Photo Gallery

If you have old pictures, newspaper articles, or stories about the history of the lake, we'd love to hear from you. We hope you enjoy looking through the pictures, new and old of Indian Lake.


Indian Lake welcomed an iconic structure back to the Russells Point Harbor in 2014, The renovated Sandy Beach Bridge was dedicated on August 23, before an estimated crowd of 1,200. people. Click MORE (below).
Projects  and activities include:

When you become a member of the Indian Lake Area Historical Society, you are supporting our efforts to preserve, protect, and share our rich heritage.


  • Indian Lake Boat Show (March)
  • Uncorked May 1
  • ​Harbourfest August 1
  • Wood Keels & Vintage Wheels July 18
  • Fall Festival September 25,26,27

The ILAHS will be adding landscaping to the Old Post Office as well as maintaining the grounds. They are looking into new signage as well. 

Programs & Meetings         

Items for Sale

Magnets are $3 each which includes postage. They measure 3.25" x 2.5".

A set of 13 note cards by Joel Perry can be purchased for $10 plus $10 postage.

E-mail  the ILAHS about any of the items.

Indian Lake Area Historical Society

The I.L. Historical Book can be purchased for $20 plus $10 postage.

April 20

April 27

May 1

May 18

May 18

June 15

June 25

July 20

July 27


Trustee's Meeting 6 pm

General Meeting 7 pm, Program by Jeff Snapp, Habitat for Humanity

Uncorked 6 pm, Longview Cove Clubhouse  RSVP

Trustee's Meeting 6 pm

General Meeting 7 pm, Program by Todd McCormick, "What is it?"

Trustee's Meeting 6 pm

General Meeting 7 pm, Program by Bill Davis, "Great Miami River Native 

American Discoveries."
Trustee's Meeting 6 pm

General Meeting 7 pm, Program by Greg Wallace, "Snapshot of the history
of boating on Indian Lake."

General Meeting 7 pm, Bring your favorite memories to share


Trustee Meetings are held at Zimmerman Realty
General Membership meetings are held at Galilee Lutheran Church

The Harbor History Walk 

Check back for more information about this event. There will be "Stations" along the bridge sidewalks that tell the history of the lake area. A date has not been selected yet at this time as the project is still in the planning stages.


All items for sale will be available at local festivals that the ILAHS participates in.