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Brookville Lake

Brookville Lake, which is located in southeastern Indiana, formed as a result of construction from a flood-control dam in the Whitewater River Valley in the 1970's. Additionally, the lake is used as an important recreational area, and it is known for the prehistoric Indian mounds that can be found in several locations in the valley.

A view of Brookville Lake.


10064 Overlook Road
Phone: (765) 647-6701


Travel 1-1/2 miles northeast of Brookville, on IN 101. About 30 miles northwest of Cincinnati, OH.

For more information about Brookville Lake, view the informational brochure or visit the website.

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Last Updated: September 16, 2010
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