Water Sports

Boating, skiing, sailing, wake boarding, wake surfing, tubing, swimming, stand up paddle boarding, kayaking, snorkeling, scuba diving, ice boating, ice skating, ice fishing and personal water crafts are all permitted within the Rules and Regulations of the Grandview Lot Owners Association. The Lake Safety Patrol actively enforces lake safety rules.

Yacht Club

The Grandview Yacht Club schedules sailboat races on Grandview Lake, generally starting the first Sunday in June and continuing on alternate Sundays through September. The Yacht Club also hosts breakfasts on the three major holidays of the summer, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, and Labor Day. These breakfasts are held at various lot owners’ homes which are open to all lot owners and their guests. 

Ski Club

The Grandview Ski Club maintains the slalom ski course near the dam. 


Grandview Lake is stocked with large mouth bass, walleye, blue gill, redear, sunfish, crappie, perch, and channel catfish. Fish shelters are placed around the lake to encourage reproduction. Fishing is restricted to lot owners and their guests. No permit is required on private lakes. 

Full Moon Parties

Whenever the weather warms in the spring, Full Moon Parties begin on the night of the Full Moon of each month. The dates and start times are listed in the newsletter.  All lot owners are invited to meet in the center of the lake where boats are tied together to form a floating party barge. Everyone is asked to bring hors d’oeuvres to share and their own drinks.


Grandview Lake Woods offers established trails that cover more than 7 miles for use by the lot owners and their guests. The Grandview Woods is home to a variety of wildlife common in the area.

Grandview Garden Club

All members of the Grandview Lot Owners Association are invited to join the Grandview Garden Club. Meetings are held from March through December, usually on the first Thursday of the month. A variety of interesting programs and outings relating to gardening are scheduled either at a member’s home or on a field trip to a central Indiana site.