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What to do at Wasatch Lake


Enjoy fishing in our 50 acre stocked lake. You will find Blue Gill, Red Ears, Large Mouth Bass, Catfish, Rainbow Trout, and Hybrid Striped Bass.

Try your hand at catching “Big Moe” if you can, or just listen to them splash around the surface at dusk. No fishing license required. 

You will need to provide your own fishing gear and bait. Electric Trolling motors are allowed but not provided.


Grab a canoe and head east on the lake to observe the wildlife at Beaver Flats. Also, boating and fishing nearby at Cagle’s Mill Lake at Leiber State Recreational Park or picnic at Cataract Falls, site of the largest waterfalls in Indiana. 

Hiking & Biking

Challenge yourself and go for a hike or mountain bike over 10 miles of marked trails that crisscross the terrain around Wasatch Lake. They all lead to a more peaceful place inside you. Be sure to look for the 5 Faces of Wasatch.


Enjoy playing a couple matches of tennis in a peaceful setting like no other in our south meadow. It's also a great place for a Family Picnic.


Not far from Wasatch Lake you can enjoy two different courses to play a few rounds of golf.

  • The Clover Meadow Golf Course in Cloverdale, Indiana offers an 18 hole (par 72) course.  (765) 795-6001.
  • The Pine Woods Golf Course in Spencer, Indiana offers an 9 hole course. (812) 829-9028


Take a dip, let your cares float away on your raft in our tranquil lake or grab your toys and play on our sandy beach.

Long House Lodge

The Long House Lodge is open daily from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. 

It offers array of activities such as pool, fooseball, ping pong, an assortment of board games and play a round of horseshoe.  Come in and relax in one of our high back chairs over looking the lake and read a good book. Be sure to stop by Diann’s “Red Canary What-Not- Shop” located in the lodge for some antique shopping. WiFi now available.

Horeshoe PitHorseshoe Pit

Try your luck at a ringer at the Long House Lodge’s outdoor horseshoe pit.

Bird Watching

Grab your binoculars and go bird watching.  Keep your eyes out for Hawks, Owls, Hummingbirds and look for our beautiful white swans, Sunny & Cher.

And More...

Make friends with our resident pot belly pigs, or just do nothing at all except read a book or take a nap.

Anytime of year is a fun time to build a bonfire and roast marshmallows and hot dogs! 

In the Winter Time

Enjoy winter walks, cross country skiing, sledding, tobogganing, ice skating, ice fishing, build your own snowman, or just curl up in front of a cozy fire with a good book or do nothing at all.  

Suggested Items to Bring to Wasatch Lake

  • Camera
  • Bottled Water
  • Charcoal
  • Aluminum Foil
  • Groceries
  • Bait
  • Starter Logs (Fireplace)

Any 'Creature Comforts'

  • DVD's
  • Favorite pillow & blanket
  • Water toys, etc.