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The Safety Patrol is a privately hired law enforcement that patrols our lake on weekends and holidays to ensure fun and safety for all of us to spend quality time on the lake! We all want to be the most courteous boaters for the enjoyment of our community experiences at Grandview. Patrol can be contacted if there is an obvious violation of community rules, this should only be done for safety concerns. Thanks for being a good neighbor!
All newly registered boats must be inspected and receive the official sticker prior to being allowed on the water. Don’t worry, a few easy steps to get started boating!
Learn about all activities permitted within the Rules and Regulations of the Grandview Lot Owners Association. The Lake Safety Patrol actively enforces lake safety rules.
Building new structures on the lake is a very exciting undertaking. At Grandview we have architecture guidelines and approvals need to be followed. Learn more about them here!
There is still a bridge under Grandview Lake
There are clear jelly fish in the Grandview lake
We almost lost our woods around the lake back in 1986 to a logging company
Our dam is the longest man-made dam in Indiana
The lake used to be a Sheep farm
Grandview Lake offers private lake living in southern Indiana on a 400 acre lake located near Columbus, Indiana. There are scenic and picturesque views from being nestled at the foot of the rolling hills of Brown County. Grandview Lake offers a wide range of watersports (i.e. skiing, wakeboarding, wakesurfing, paddleboarding, kayaking), fishing, sailing, hiking and more.