Indian Lakes is a private lake association community of nearly 500 property owners, featuring a 250+ acre all sports lake with 7 common areas (private community parks) surrounding its winding shores. Indian Lakes' access is limited to association members only and includes year around activities such as fishing, boating, water sports, ice skating and gorgeous sunsets over Tepee Island.

Our lake community parks provide endless opportunities for fun with waterfront access, picnic areas, playground equipment, a volleyball court and a basketball court. Indian Lakes has a walking trail for outdoor exploration and walking access around the entire lake. A pavilion building is available for Association Member use and rental.

Indian Lakes is located in Winfield Township, Montcalm County, and is approximately 42 miles north of Grand Rapids and 30 minutes from downtown Rockford (see map). Indian Lakes is an unique lake community providing the luxury of lake living within a neighborhood setting, close to city conveniences.

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Your 2017 Annual Dues Invoice is in the mail from Gerow Management, and due on April 1, 2017.

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Recent Association News

Board Election

June 2, 2017 BOARD ELECTION Members, The LSA Board of Directors is the governing authority of our Association, elected by the Membership as a whole. Any Member in good standing … [Read More...]


Spring is here and the LSA Board would like to update the Membership on news and important dates. BOARD OF DIRECTORS On March 26, 2017 the Board received written notice of Valerie … [Read More...]

Canada Goose Management Forum

The LSA Board of Directors has passed a resolution to seek member approval to conduct a Canada Goose roundup in June 2017.  Members are invited to attend a forum on November 19 at 10 … [Read More...]

John Westveer

BEREAVED John Westveer, the first President of our Lake Shores Association ( 1975) died last Friday, October 21, 2016. A "Celebration of Life" for John will take place this … [Read More...]

Help Locate Missing Rocks

Within the past week, a white SUV vehicle was observed making multiple visits to the rock pile behind the Association storage building located on Apache Trail. It appears that rocks are … [Read More...]

Indian Lake Watercraft Rules and Regulations

All watercraft operations must adhere to the State of Michigan Boating Laws including, but not limited to:

A.) All watercraft traffic must at all times proceed in counter-clockwise fashion around the lake.

B.) All watercraft must stay a minimum distance of 100 feet from all other boats and other objects.

C.) A spotter must be present on any watercraft that in any fashion has a person in tow.

Indian Lake restricts high speed boating, in any form, to the hours of 11:00 A.M. to 8:30 P.M. At all other times "no wake" speed limits apply.