Stroh is a very small town but does offer restaurants, post office, gas station/convenience, churches, auto repair, and a park.
The majority of the North end of the lake is undeveloped. Only South side has homes.
The water quality at Little Turkey Lake is considered fair. Nutrients are most likely carried into the lake via the drainage ditches that serve as inlets to the lake. These ditches flow through agricultural areas and are susceptible to collecting runof
A general fisheries survey was conducted on Little Turkey Lake on June 16 through 20, 2008
• A total of 412 fish representing 13 species was collected during this survey. Bluegill ranked first by number, followed by largemouth bass and white sucker. Common carp was the dominant species collected by weight followed by white sucker and largemouth bass.
• Bluegill and largemouth bass dominated the sport fishery at Little Turkey Lake while black crappie and yellow perch contribute although they are present in small numbers.
• Bluegill of all ages grew at an average rate for northern Indiana natural lakes while largemouth bass grew at an above average rate.
There is a state owned access site with a concrete boat ramp located on the northeast corner of the lake which is accessible off of County Road 700 South.
This is a non-ski lake. No wake. Pontoons are best for this lake.