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Cranberry Lake
7154 East 100 South
Mill Creek, Indiana 46365

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Directions
Cranberry Lake is 8 miles east of La Porte, Indiana.
 

From West (Chicago):

I-94:
I-94 to US-20 east bound (exit 40A). Go east on US-20 11.5 miles to the intersection of US-20 and State Road 2, which are both divided highways. Proceed east through light (you are now on State Road 2) and turn right/south on County Road 600 East which is the first road after the light. Go south on 600 East 5.5 miles until the road “T”s at County Road 100 South. Turn left/east and go a little over a mile until you see the lake. The main entrance is on the west side of the lake and has a white fence/white gate and a log cabin style guard shack. If you go around the curve where the road heads north around the lake you’ve gone too far.

Toll Road 80/90:
From Indiana Toll Road 80/90, exit at LaPorte (exit 49) and then turn right/north on State Road 39. Go 1.2 miles to the intersection of US-20, turn right/east. Go east on US-20 7.9 miles to the intersection of US-20 and State Road 2, which are both divided highways. Proceed east through light (you are now on State Road 2) and turn right/south on County Road 600 East which is the first road after the light. Go south on 600 East 5.5 miles until the road “T”s at County Road 100 South. Turn left/east and go a little over a mile until you see the lake. The main entrance is on the west side of the lake and has a white fence/white gate and a log cabin style guard shack. If you go around the curve where the road heads north around the lake you’ve gone too far.


From East (South Bend):

Toll Road 80/90:
From Indiana Toll Road 80/90, exit at LaPorte (exit 49) and then turn right/north on State Road 39. Go 1.2 miles to the intersection of US-20, turn right/east. Go east on US-20 7.9 miles to the intersection of US-20 and State Road 2, which are both divided highways. Proceed east through light (you are now on State Road 2) and turn right/south on County Road 600 East which is the first road after the light. Go south on 600 East 5.5 miles until the road “T”s at County Road 100 South. Turn left/east and go a little over a mile until you see the lake. The main entrance is on the west side of the lake and has a white fence/white gate and a log cabin style guard shack. If you go around the curve where the road heads north around the lake you’ve gone too far.

State Road 2:
Approximately a quarter mile before you come to the intersection of State Road 2 and US20, turn left/south on County Road 600 East. Go south on 600 East 5.5 miles until the road “T”s at County Road 100 South. Turn left/east and go a little over a mile until you see the lake. The main entrance is on the west side of the lake and has a white fence/white gate and a log cabin style guard shack. If you go around the curve where the road heads north around the lake you’ve gone too far.

FROM EAST (FORT WAYNE):

Take US-33 north to US-6, go left/west 48.4 miles. Go right/north on State Road 104 at the west edge of the town of Walkerton. Head towards LaPorte 6.5 miles, at the stop sign where State Road 104 ends at State Road 4 take a right/east and go .7 miles to County Road 500 East which is the first road you come to. Turn left/north, go 1.5 miles to County Road 100 South which is the first stop sign you come to. Turn right/east and go just over 2 miles until you see the lake. The main entrance is on the west side of the lake and has a white fence/white gate and a log cabin style guard shack. If you go around the curve where the road heads north around the lake you’ve gone too far.


From South:

Take US-31 north to US-6, go left/west 10.2 miles. Go right/north on State Road 104 at the west edge of the town of Walkerton. Head towards LaPorte 6.5 miles, at the stop sign where State Road 104 ends at State Road 4 take a right/east and go .7 miles to County Road 500 East which is the first road you come to. Turn left/north, go 1.5 miles to County Road 100 South which is the first stop sign you come to. Turn right/east and go just over 2 miles until you see the lake. The main entrance is on the west side of the lake and has a white fence/white gate and a log cabin style guard shack. If you go around the curve where the road heads north around the lake you’ve gone too far.
 

From State Road 35/La Porte:

Boyd Blvd intersects State Road 35 just south of La Porte. Turn right/east at this light and proceed east/north on Boyd 1.5 miles to the intersection/light at State Road 4, go right east on SR-4 1.8 miles to County Road 100 South (just past the railroad track on the left…this county road nearly parallels Highway 4. Turn left/east on 100 South. You will come to curve/”T” in the road…veer left and then veer back right at the next curve and proceed east on County Road 100 South a little over 4 miles until you see the lake. The main entrance is on the west side of the lake and has a white fence/white gate and a log cabin style guard shack. If you go around the curve where the road heads north around the lake you’ve gone too far.
 

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