Recreation in Marshall County
Fine fishing, pleasant pedaling, and tremendous tee-offs abound in Marshall County, along with swimming, boating, and even parasailing. Lake Maxinkuckee (known as “Lake Max”), Indiana’s second largest inland lake, delights vacationers with every kind of water activity. In addition, small lakes sculpted by ancient glaciers dot the county and invite quiet fishing excursions. Play championship golf at the home of the United States Golf Academy, and also at a course that’s on the Pete Dye Golf Trail. You can pedal bicycle routes that range up to 63 miles amid picture-perfect scenery.