Come and tour these wonderful properties:
Welcome also to the Indian Lake Realty website where you will find lots of information on waterfront homes, park lot homes (those with 25' deeded waterfront); fairway homes; and homes tucked away on wooded lots. Indian Lake is a borough consisting of approximately 600 homes and Lake Stonycreek is part of Stonycreek Township with approximately 250 homes. Both are unique communities with much to offer! We hope this site will be very informative and answer questions you may have on the areas-please don't hesitate to contact us when looking for specific info.
At the lakes there is no such thing as a "down season". After enjoying the summer with the fun activities, the fantastic fall foliage that follows, its time to get ready for the season of ice fishing, snow shoeing, cross country skiing, etc. You'll soon realize that as well as being a fantastic second home destination, the areas are also wonderful for year round living!
We're always more than happy to assist in any way we can and share our knowledge about both Indian Lake and Lake Stonycreek-a couple of Pennsylvania's "best kept secrets"-looking forward to hearing from you!
PA Turnpike to Exit 10. Follow signs to Rt.31 East straight through 3 traffic lights; at 4th. light, left lane, and make left across railroad tracks onto Route 31 East. Follow 31 East 2.5 miles; turn left on to Stutzmantown Road and follow to Shanksville, approximately 6 miles. Turn left at Stop sign in Shanksville, proceed 100 yards then turn right onto North Street. Follow 2.5 miles to the entrance of Indian Lake on the left. Indian lake Realty office is located 500 yards on the right; 237 South Shore Trail.From Ligonier and Johnstown
Rt. 30 West 12 miles East past Stoystown on Rt. 30 to Reels Corner. At Reels Corner turn right on Rt. 160; continue to Indian Lake Realty sign; turn right and bear left at Y. Continue to Indian Lake Realty office.From Breezewood
Take Rt. 30 West. You will go around Bedford (avoiding Bedford business district). Continue to Schellsburg; stay straight through light and 11 miles to Reels Corner (the next blinking light). Go left at lights on Rt. 160 towards Berlin; go 3 miles. To the right is a stone sign (Indian Lake), make right hand turn; this is the main entrance of Indian Lake. Go approx. 1/2 mile and bear left at Y following the signs to Indian Lake borough building and marina. You will wind around the Main Lodge and the public golf course,. Look for Indian Lake Realty sign (approx. 1 mile on left).From D.C. and South
495 around D.C. to Rt. 270 to 1-70 to Breezewood. Rt. 30 West past Bedford (do not take Business Rt. 30 into Bedford). Thirty miles to Reels Corner. See directions from Breezewood and from Reels Corner. Estimated time from Rt. 495 junction with 270 in D.C.: 2:15 minutes.
If you are looking for an idyllic, affordable, community with boating, fishing, swimming, golfing, hiking, biking, and relaxing look no further---Indian Lake and Lake Stonycreek are two private lake communities nestled in the beautiful Laurel Highlands of PA. and one of the best kept secrets in PA!
Indian Lake is a resort like community comprised of approximately 2000 acres with a 750 acre private lake. Within the borough of Indian Lake there are approximately 600 homes with about two thirds of these being second and vacation homes. Two PGA golf courses are available for the golfing enthusiasts-Northwinds public course and private Indian Lake Golf Course-Arnold Palmer's first designed course. A lodge, marina, waterfront properties, water access properties, fairway properties, condos and townhomes are all available here at Indian Lake.View Lake Photo Galleries
Lake Stonycreek is a smaller and also private manmade lake approximately 300 acres in size. Waterfront properties are found along the entire length of the lake with off the lake properties providing lake access and boat docks part of the community. These lake and mountain jewels in south west Pennsylvania are ideal destinations for both vacation and year round living located approximately 25 minutes from the towns of Somerset and Richland; 30 minutes from Bedford; approximately 90 minutes from Pittsburgh areas and approximately 2.5 to 3 hours from DC areas.View Lake Photo Galleries
Both lakes are transformed into winter wonderlands with snow shoeing, cross country skiing, snowmobiling and only 50 minutes to the skiing resorts of Seven Springs, Hidden Valley and Blue Knob. Many of the Laurel Highlands attractions are close by including the Flight 93 National Memorial, Ohiopyle White Water Rafting, Frank Lloyd Wright's Falling Water; Fort Ligonier, Mountain Playhouse, Mountain Ridge ATV trails just to name a few. Discover these lake communities-we think you'll be pleasantly surprised and we would love to share this "way of life" with you.