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- Entire cabin
- West Liberty
Welcome to the Blackbird on the Mad River! Step into this cozy 1800s era log cabin tucked away on the edge of town overlooking Mad River. Enjoy Fly fishing or throw in the Canoe or Kayak right from the property. Grab the snowboard and skis and head to Mad River Mountain Ski Resort 15 mins away. Bike the Simon Kenton Trail to the highest point in Ohio. Those of you who can work remotely and want to get away, this is for you! Enjoy being in town close to it all!
- Entire cabin
Beautiful Indian Lake is within steps of your cottage. Greet each morning with amazing sunrises over the lake. A 3 mile bike/walking path is located just steps from your front door. Old Field Beach and boat docks are also located nearby. Furnished with ample space for large groups. Swimming pool, (opened Memorial day to Labor Day) playground, basketball court and stocked fishing ponds are all located on our grounds. Property consists of 2 vacation rentals and a small RV park/campground.
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Your guide to Indian Lake
All About Indian Lake
In Logan County, Ohio, you’ll find Indian Lake, the second-largest inland lake in the state. Comprising 5,800 acres of water and 800 acres of parks, Indian Lake has become a popular year-round destination for water sports and other recreational activities. Here you’ll find bird-filled marshes, hiking trails, and plenty of beaches, all of which make for an exceptional backdrop for outdoor fun.
Situated along one of the country’s major bird migration routes, Indian Lake is a vital stopping point for various bird species, including ducks, swans, herons, egrets, grebes, and Canada geese, providing wonderful wildlife spotting opportunities.
Take a stroll or bike ride down one of the many trails that meander through Indian Lake State Park or head into the waters for an action-packed day of boating, tubing, kayaking, and fishing.
For a bite to eat, check out the surrounding shops, markets, and local eateries sprinkled throughout and around Indian Lake State Park, or pack a picnic to enjoy at one of the site’s many picnic areas.
How do I get around Indian Lake?
Dayton International Airport (DAY), the closest major airport, is a one-hour drive away from Indian Lake. John Glenn Columbus International Airport (CMH), another major hub for air transit to the region, is a little under 1.5 hours’ drive. Indian Lake’s main entrance is located at STH 19. Ohio doesn’t charge fees for entering state parks, so it is free of charge to park here.
There are seven lots dispersed throughout Indian Lake State Park, which were built to accommodate large recreational vehicles and trailers. During weekends and in the summer, the parking lots tend to fill up quickly, so make sure to plan ahead. With limited public transportation services in the area, the best way to get to Indian Lake is by car. Once you arrive, you can explore the lake on foot or by boat.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Indian Lake?
The spring and summer months are an exceptional time to book Indian Lake rentals in Ohio as the warm temperatures create ideal conditions for enjoying any outdoor recreational activities. Take a dip in the cool waters to escape potential summer humidity. During the spring and summer months, you’ll have greater opportunities to encounter the area’s prolific birdlife as they make their annual migration. Indian Lake is a popular venue for concerts, bonfires, and other festivities during the summer. During the winter months as the temperatures drastically drop and the lake freezes over, Indian Lake becomes a popular ice fishing spot.
What are the top things to do in Indian Lake?
Pew Island Trail
The mile-long Pew Island Trail includes a small boardwalk over marshes that leads you right to the waters of the lake. The trail is a popular spot for bird watching, especially during the spring migration. Pew Island Trail also makes for a great spot to catch scenic views of the sunrise and sunset.
Old Field Beach
On the northwestern shores of Lake Indian, you’ll find Old Field Beach. Equipped with ample parking, picnic areas, a dog park, a playground, hiking trails, and restroom facilities, this is a popular spot to cool off with a dip in the serene waters. Make your way to the disc golf course and enjoy a game. During the summer, Old Field Beach is a popular spot for bonfires, beach parties, and concerts.
Indian Lake Bike Trail
Old Field Beach connects to a paved, three-mile bike and walking path that curves along the west and south banks, where you can enjoy a peaceful stroll, jog, run, or bike ride with the beautiful scenery as your backdrop. As you make your way along the trail, keep an eye out for the prolific birdlife in the area.