Lake Lottawata

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Jimmy Ray Wright, the first coach of The Daffodillies Synchronized Swim Club, works with two of the original Daffodillies on Lake Lottawata (c. 1946)

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Swimmers enjoying Lake Lottawata (c. 1964)

Located just southwest of downtown Daffodil Township, Lake Lottawata offers picnic tables and grills for daytime and evening use. Boating is available at Hallelujah Landing ~ $5 (Honor Box); bring your own safety equipment. Boaters use the Hawk Road entrance.

Lake Lottawata retains natural beauty. The shoreline is a combination of public and private land, however building is restricted, so no homes overlook the lake.

Legends and tall tales have risen from the depths of Lake Lottawata. What is true? What is the figment of very active imaginations of Daffodilians? Come to Lake Lottawata and discover for yourself!

Peace and tranquility? Or rousing adventure? You are the driver of your own experiences at Lake Lottawata.

Special events include:

  • Independence Day Celebration ~ Come enjoy The Daffodillies, Daffodil Township’s own synchronized swim club perform their renowned Sparklers of Freedom routine. Annually, July 4th
  • Polar Bear Plunge for Pets ~ The annual fundraising event to keep Dry Creek Dog Park and the Catherine M. Smith-Smith Memorial Cat House functioning. Annually, date TBA