Salamonie Reservoir

Salamonie Reservoir, camping, hiking, trails, boating, fishing, outdoor activities, Marion Indiana

9214 West - Lost Bridge West
Andrews, IN 46702-9731

Phone: 260-468-2125 or 866-622-6476
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11,594 acres and a 2,855 acre lake. This property boasts sixty ponds, marshes and wetlands. The name Salamonie was derived from the Native American word “O-sah-mo-nee,” which means “yellowpaint.” Native Americans made yellow paint from the bloodroot plant which grew in great abundance along the winding banks of the riverBe sure to visit the nearby Salamonie River State Forest, which encompasses 850 acres and offers many recreational opportunities to its visitors.

Activities & Facilities

  • Amphitheatre
  • Basketball Courts
  • Biking Trails
  • Boating / Launch Ramps/ Marina
  • Bridle Trails
  • Canoeing/kayaking
  • Cross-country Skiing – no rental
  • Fishing / Ice Fishing
  • Fishing Pier (open when water level permits)
  • Hiking Trails
  • Horseshoe Pits
  • Hunting / mandatory check stations
  • Division Interpretive Naturalist Services
  • Property Interpretive Naturalist Services
  • Mountain Biking
  • Interpretive Center
  • Picnicking / Shelterhouse
  • Playgrounds
  • Snowmobile Trails
  • Swimming / Beach
  • Volleyball Courts
  • Waterskiing


  • Lost Bridge West SRA – Modern Electric Campground / 245 sites
  • Lost Bridge West SRA – Horsemen’s Campground / 50 primitive sites and Apple Orchard campground / 38 sites
  • Lost Bridge West SRA – 7 Youth Tent Areas
  • Lost Bridge West SRA – 2 Dump Stations and 4 Comfort Stations
  • Salamonie River State Forest – Horsemen’s Campground / 15 primitive sites and Family Primitive Campground / 21sites

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