Lake Tippecanoe - The Deepest Natural Lake in Indiana
Tippecanoe Lake is about two miles west of the town of North Webster, Indiana, and Webster Lake with the small unincorporated area of Oswego located near its west-northwestern shore.
Tippecanoe Lake is used mostly for recreational purposes such as fishing, boating and skiing, and is surrounded mostly by residential housing. A prominent historical location is on the southwest shore of the lake: Tippy Dance Hall. Once a traditional concert hall which hosted acts such as Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong and the 1960s act The Byrds, Tippy Dance Hall is now a teen dance club with Saturday night dances from Memorial Day until just after Labor day.