Great Fishing Spots in Northwest Indiana

Great Fishing Spots in Northwest Indiana

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Looking for a fishing spot? Northwest Indiana has numerous lakes, ponds and creeks where you can cast a line.
*Please verify with each location during COVID restrictions.


Centennial Park- 900 N Centennial Dr., Munster

Cedar Lake- 2 miles east of US 41 at Cline Avenue in Cedar Lake (fishing by boat only)

Cedar Lake Chamber of Commerce Welcome Center- 7925 Lake Shore Drive, Cedar Lake

Deep River County Park- 9410 Old Lincoln Highway, Hobart

Fancher Lake- Lake County Fairgrounds, 889 S Court St., Crown Point

Grand Boulevard Lake- Grand Blvd and Marquette Rd Near Central Ave., Lake Station

Lake Etta- 4801 West 29th Avenue, Gary

Lake George- 111 E Old Ridge Rd., Hobart

Lake Hills Park- 8640 Lake Hills Dr., St. John

Lemon Lake- 6322 W. 133rd Avenue , Crown Point

Oak Ridge Prairie- 301 South Colfax Street, Griffith

Prairie West Park- 9359 West Oakridge Dr., St. John

Robinson Lake- 5250 Liverpool Rd, Hobart

Stoney Run County Park- 142nd and Union Street, Leroy

Three Rivers County Park- 2800 Colorado Street, Lake Station

Wolf Lake- 2324 Calumet Ave., Hammond


Bluhm County Park- 3855 South 1100 West, Westville

Clear Lake- From US 35 / 39, north 1 mile on Truesdale Avenue, then 0.25 miles east in LaPorte

Creek Ridge County Park- 7943 West 400 North, Michigan City

Fish Lake- Off SR 4, 3.5 miles east of SR 104

Fox Memorial Park- Fox Park Drive & Truesdell Avenue in LaPorte

Hog Lake- 2.5 miles north of Rolling Prairie on CR 700 North

Kankakee River- Off River Road, 2 miles south of Hupp Road at Kingsbury FWA

Luhr County Park- 3178 South County Road 150 West, LaPorte

Pine & Stone Lakes- LaPorte, off Lake Shore Drive

Red Mill County Park- 0185 South Homlesville Road, LaPorte

Soldiers Memorial Park- Grangemouth Road & Waverly road in LaPorte

Tamarack Lake- At Kingsbury FWA


Coffee Creek Watershed Preserve- 2401 Village Point, Chesterton

Countryside Park- 5250 US Highway 6, Portage

Burns Ditch- Portage Marina, 0.25 mi. S of US 12 off SR 249

Flint Lake- 2 miles outside of Valparaiso (Fishing by boat only)

Indian Springs Park (small pond)- West of Fire Department / Public Works Building at 550 Beam Street in Porter

Lake Charles Park (small pond)- Washington & Vine Streets in Porter

Long Lake- 1 mile north of Valparaiso on West Long Lake Drive

Loomis Lake- Rogers Lakewood Park, 4 miles north of Valparaiso on Campbell Road

Grand Kankakee Marsh- 21690 Range Line Road, Hebron

Salt Creek at Imagination Glen County Park- 2275 McCool Rd, Portage

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Date: May 14, 2020

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