Lake Seneca


Lake Seneca

Town(s): Montpelier OH

Size: 270 acres
Average Depth: feet
Maximum Depth: 20 feet

Boating Allowed: Kayaks, Canoes, Sail Boats, Electric Motor Boats, Power Boats, Jet-skis
Swimming: Swimming Allowed, Some Restrictions

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Lake Seneca – is a private lake with a 6-mile-long perimeter located in Montpelier Ohio that was created by damming the St. Joseph river. The community is located at the very end of the North-East border of the state and is only 3 miles from Michigan and 10 miles from Indiana.  The lake is known for its beautiful views and wonderful lakefront community!

Lake / Beach – Lake Seneca is a 270 acre with a maximum depth of 20 ft. The lake is open to all boating activities including tubing, skiing, kayaking and cruising on a pontoon boat. Anglers also regularly enjoy the lake and catch a wide variety of fish including pike, bass, and catfish. Members will also enjoy the beach with 600 feet of sandy area with designated swim areas.  

Offshore Amenities – Members will find various fun activities at the lake including several picnic areas, and lake access points across the lake where residents can walk to fish and launch a kayak or canoe. Residents will also enjoy the various sporting areas including tennis courts, basketball courts, as well as a shuffleboard area and children’s playground equipment. The community also contains the Arrowhead Lodge, which is available for rent for social events.


Nearby Activities – Near Montpelier there are several nature areas for members to visit and enjoy hiking and nature watching including Goll Woods State Nature Preserve, Pokagon State Park, and Yogi Bears Jellystone Park at Barton Lake. History buffs will enjoy the Mid America Windmill Museum in Kendallville Indiana. And members of Lake Seneca will also enjoy traveling the short distance to Toledo to enjoy the Toledo Zoo and Aquarium as well as the Toledo Splash Bay Resort. 

Water Quality: No Known Issues
Vegetation Growth: Unknown
Non-native Species: Unknown

Fish Species: Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Channel Catfish, Bluegill

Boat Access: None, Private Lake
Parking Spaces: None

Shoreline Development: 75-100%