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Indigo Lake

Riverview Road
Everett, Ohio


Indigo Lake is not a natural lake. Though fed by nearby springs, this was the site of Gray's Quarry (a pit mining operation digging out gravel and sand) from 1955 until 1970. The quarry walls were shortened, and the park service turned it into a lake. A local rumor still circulates that a steam shovel remains at the bottom of the deep lake. In the surrounding land, you can find mounds and a fort built by native tribes long before the first settlers arrived in the area.


Visitors report feeling watched along the shore and trail at night. The area surrounding the lake has been used for thousands of years by various Native American tribes including the Erie and Hopewell. It is possible that this beautiful region was so well liked by them that they haven't found reason enough to leave.

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