We preserve and protect our waterways.


LaGrange County Lakes Council was formed in 2002 by a group of concerned citizens who wanted to build networking and educational opportunities for member lake associations and individual lake residents committed to the quality of our beautiful lakes in LaGrange County, Indiana. Our county is primarily agricultural, with strong commerce, farms, lake fishing and boating and wonderful Amish communities.  Our mission is to work together with our partners and neighbors to preserve and protect our precious waterways.

LaGrange county is home to the gorgeous Pigeon River Fish and Wildlife area, great county parks and 70 freshwater lakes - one fifth of the freshwater lakes in Indiana!  Inspired by our friends at the Steuben County Lakes Council, we are the second-longest standing county-wide lakes council in Indiana, and work to keep our members well informed and well-connected through our association with the Indiana Lakes Management Society, the Indiana Lakes Managment Work Group, our Soil and Water Conservation District partners, and by doubling our service through appointments to local commissions and boards.  Many hands make lighter work!  Please join us to learn more and help us move our mission forward!

Not yet a member?  Join now!  LaGrange County Lakes Council meets the fourth Thursday of each month (April-October) at 7:00 p.m.  at the LaGrange County Annex, 109 W Spring St, LaGrange, IN.  Please join us!