The same glaciers that formed the Great Lakes during the Ice Ages left behind a vast collection of lakes in Northeast Indiana – 101 of them! It's no wonder this area is known as Northern Indiana Lakes Country. Some of the smaller lakes restrict boat speeds, making them perfect spots to try catching bass, blue gill and walleye. Lake James, the largest lake in the area, is popular with all water enthusiasts with open areas for boating and quiet coves for fishing. The larger lakes such as Lake James, Clear Lake or Lake George allow high-speed boating and are popular tubing spots and you'll find plenty of public access sites to drop your boat or jet ski. There are also a variety of streams and rivers amongst the lakes where kayaking and canoeing are popular. Bring your own boat or rent a canoe from Pigeon River Canoe & Camp.