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Cabin in Birdseye
R&R Cabin, WiFi, dish, Patoka Park pass Hot tub
R&R cabin is a perfect getaway for anyone looking for some rest and relaxation. There is a queen bed in the master on the main level. The loft has a queen and full bed. A sofa sleeper is in the living space to accommodate two more. There is a roomy living area with an electric fireplace. A kitchen table that seats up to eight and a well-equipped kitchen with everything you should need. The fire pit has 6 Adirondack chairs. A bullfrog hot tub steps out the back door under a gazebo. washer & dryer
$230 per night
Cabin in Eckerty
Fern Crest your cabin in the woods
Your cabin in the woods minutes from Patoka Lake, Restaurants, Located 12 Miles from the historic French Lick Resort and Casino, 15 miles from Paoli Peaks and Several Local Wineries in the surrounding area. A true log cabin with screened porch on the back with a HOT TUB. Washer and dryer and grill, carport, fire pit with Adirondack chairs Fully furnished kitchen, a queen bed downstairs 2 double beds and sleeper sofa in the loft. Patoka Lake Park Pass included with stay. Highspeed internet.
$211 per night
Cabin in French Lick
5 Stars- super clean- by Patoka Lake w/ hot tub
Located south of French Lick and minutes from Patoka Lake, Southern Grace Cabin is a western red cedar log home located on a quaint lane in the middle of our property. Panoramic views include woods and rolling meadows. The custom built log home has 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, and a custom kitchen. We're sure you'll enjoy the views from the swing or wood rockers on our expansive covered porch. Located within easy driving distance of French Lick, Paoli Peaks and Patoka Lake. Boaters welcome!
$239 per night

Patoka Lake vacation rentals

Place to stay in Taswell
2 Br "Castle Cabin" With A Hot Tub! Private/Unique
$178 per night
Place to stay in Taswell
Unique Hansel & Gretal Gingerbread Cabin w/Hot Tub
$178 per night
Cottage in Birdseye
Eagles Nest
$225 per night
Cabin in Birdseye
Birdseye Indiana Cabin Near Patoka Lake!
$155 per night
Place to stay in Taswell
Acorn House Cabin - Minutes Away From Patoka
$133 per night
Cabin in Birdseye
$111 per night
Cabin in Nashville
Soaring Eagle Cabin
$200 per night
Cabin in Birdseye
Swim Spa-Shaded Woods Log Cabin 2 miles to Lake
$290 per night
Yurt in French Lick
Luxury Glamping - Waterfront Yurt w/Heated Floors
$159 per night
Cabin in Eckerty
Poplar Creek Cabin *Brand New Construction*
$189 per night
Farm stay in Taswell
Alpaca Farm On Little Patoka Lake
$140 per night
Cabin in Paoli
Quittin Time. 2 bedroom 1 bath. Intimate Cabin.
$150 per night

Patoka Lake house rentals

Home in French Lick
The Caroline
$142 per night
Home in French Lick
Caddy Corner has a hot tub just outside of town
$147 per night
Home in Birdseye
Country Getaway
$185 per night
Home in French Lick
Ballard's Overlook. No Cleaning Fee.
$157 per night
Home in Taswell
Cozy 5 Bedroom House - 1 Minute From Patoka Lake!
$223 per night
Home in Magnet
Riverbend (Relax Riverside With Us)
$206 per night
Home in Nashville
Lake House
$209 per night
Home in Eckerty
NEW! Modern Eckerty Home w/ Deck on Patoka Lake!
$227 per night
Home in French Lick
Private home by Patoka Lake. Wooded Seclusion
$292 per night
Home in Cannelton
Dawn Star Cabin
$207 per night
Home in French Lick
Spacious 3 Bd Home in French Lick
$195 per night
Home in Loogootee
Peaceful Lake House Cabin 2, Direct Water Access!
$124 per night

Cabins with jacuzzis in Patoka Lake

Cabin in English
Lily's Pad - Cute cabin on the creek.
$180 per night
Cabin in Birdseye
Cardinal Cabin,HotTub wifi minutes from park& pass
$228 per night
Cabin in Cannelton
Isaak's Hideaway
$192 per night
Cabin in Derby
Derby Serenity
$138 per night
Cabin in Nashville
Dogwood Hills
$183 per night
Cabin in Seymour
Hoosier National Hideaway
$127 per night
Cabin in Nashville
Cozy Bear Cabin *Hot Tub*Pool Table*StatePark
$255 per night
Cabin in Columbus
Cozy Oaks Barndominium. LUXURY home in the woods
$294 per night
Cabin in Leavenworth
$210 per night
Cabin in Nashville
8 Does A Dancin'
$225 per night
Cabin in Montgomery
Private Secluded 3BR 2BA Cabin/Lake on 16 acres
$207 per night
Cabin in Magnet
Rivers Edge Cabin
$267 per night

Your guide to Patoka Lake

Welcome to Patoka Lake

With 8,800 acres of gleaming fresh water to explore, Indiana’s Patoka Lake is a true gem for nature lovers and outdoor adventurers alike. As the second-largest reservoir in the state, there’s plenty of room for waterskiing, tubing, fishing, or just hanging out beachside with your toes in the sand.

While there’s no shortage of humans to be found around the area when the weather’s warm, Patoka Lake is the perfect destination for spotting some of Indiana’s coolest creatures, including freshwater jellyfish, river otters, and bald eagles.

The lake is a course of endless adventure, but be sure to spend some time exploring the surrounding wilderness as well, either through one of Patoka’s hiking trails or at neighboring Hoosier National Forest, a massive preserve on the eastern edge of the lake. If you’re craving a dose of civilization to help break up all of that time in nature, Patoka Lake is close to two irresistibly quaint towns. Cruise 30 minutes north to French Lick or 30 minutes westward to Jasper to stock up on essentials before returning to this slice of Hoosier paradise.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Patoka Lake?

While Indiana tends to get frigid during winter, Patoka Lake is ultimately a pretty great destination year-round. If you’re here for swimming and boating, you’ll certainly be most comfortable staying in one of the area’s cabin rentals between June and August, though keep in mind that it’s peak tourist season so you’ll have to deal with crowds. Anglers flock to the lake in spring, when the temperature is cooler and the crappies are biting. Hang around in the fall and you’ll be treated to some of Indiana’s most brilliant foliage, attracting leaf-peeping day-trippers from near and far. Tourism is typically lowest during the winter, but there are still a lot of activities available across the region. Hiking trails are open (and empty), plus you should look out for cross-country skiing opportunities just northeast of the lake, as well as ice fishing when the weather reaches its frostiest.

What are the top things to do in Patoka Lake?

Patoka Lake Nature Center

Hikers should take note: This is the best destination for exploring the wild heart of Patoka Lake. Ambitious explorers can tackle the 6.5-mile Main Trail, while the less athletically inclined may prefer the far shorter Garden Rock Loop Trail. Pick up maps and hiking recommendations at the interpretive center.

Dubois County Museum

Just north of Jasper, this institution has been educating visitors about the background and history of Dubois County since 1999. From its large collections of 18th-century farming tools to a wealth of taxidermied animals in the Wildlife Adventures Room, the museum houses more than 41,000 items in its collection.

French Lick West Baden Museum

If you’re hoping to brush up on your Hoosier history, there’s no better destination than the West Baden Museum. Visitors here can peruse a wide array of exhibits highlighting the area’s storied history, which includes its former status as a lucrative illegal gambling hub, and the home of one of professional basketball’s all-time best players.

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