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DAY-USE ACTIVITIES P U B L I


PUBLIC BEACHES U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS May 22 - September 11 Open Daily - 8AM-Sunset


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FEES: $5.00 PER VEHICLE PER DAY OR $2.00 PER WALK-IN PEDESTRIAN


Beach admittance is free for children under 16, those displaying their registered Corps camp tag, America the Beautiful Pass, or USACE Annual Pass. See Lake Shelbyville Park Information Guide for beach specific rules & regulations and observe onsite posted restrictions.


IDNR | WOLF CREEK BEACH


Memorial Day Weekend - Labor Day Weekend Open Daily - 10AM-Dusk


FEES: $1.00 PER PERSON PER DAY Wolf Creek Beach is usable during high water.


PICNIC SHELTERS


All* USACE picnic shelters are available 1) online reservations at www.recreation.gov 2) by calling 1(877)444-6777


3) on a first come, first served (FCFS) basis when not reserved


FEES: $30 NON-REFUNDABLE PERMIT for all shelters except Dam West Large Group OR $50 NON-REFUNDABLE PERMIT for Dam West Large Group Shelter.


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*Dam West Beach Shelter is FCFS only PICNIC AREAS


Amenities: picnic tables, water fountains, electricity, grills, and restrooms.


Open Daily until 10PM (where signs are posted) SPECIAL EVENTS: 2021


FEB 20 | General Dacey Trail - Luminary Walk JUN 5 | Kids Fishing Tournament at Opossum Pond JUN 12 | Loop Lake Shelbyville JUL 4 | Lake Shelbyville Fireworks at Dam West AUG 7 | General Dacey Trail - Tom Short 5K SEP 10-12 | Dirtworx MTB Fest


DAM WEST LARGE GPOUP SHELTER


LIFE JACKET LOANER WOLF CREEK BEACH


DAM WEST BEACH


0.5 mi N of Dam outside Shelbyville


SULLIVAN BEACH


4.7 mi S of Sullivan on Rt. 32 DAM WEST BEACH


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