Accommodations:
Campground & RV Park
Public Facilities
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2 Bedroom Waterfront Log Cabin
Sleeps 6 poeple

2 Bedroom Waterfront Cabin
(sleeps up to 6)

1-1/2 Bedroom Waterfront Cabin
Sleeps 6 people

1-1/2 Bedroom Waterfront Cedar Cabin
Sleeps 6 people

1 Bedroom Waterfront Log Cabin
Sleeps 6 people

1 Room Waterfront Log Cabin
Sleeps 6 people

Family Cottage - sleeps 4 people

Shelbyville Lake Fishing:
Fishing On Our Pond
Largemouth Bass Fishing
Smallmouth Bass Fishing
White Bass Fishing
Walleye & Saugar Fishing
Muskie Fishing
Crappie Fishing
Catfish Fishing
Bluegill Fishing

Recreational Activities:
Swimming
Gameroom
Playground
Biking & Hiking Trails
Boating
Golfing
Horseback Riding
Golf Cart Rentals

Attractions: Forest Park
Chautauqua Auditorium
General Dacey Trail

Attractions: Historical
Lincoln Public Square Eternal Flame
Shelby County Courthouse
Shelbyville Public Library
Shelby County Historical & Genealogical Society

Attractions: Unique to Shelbyville
Best Wedding Chapel
Goat Tower
Boarman Chevy BelAir Museum
Roxy Theatre
Thompson Mill Covered Bridge

Attractions: Wineries:
Niemerg Family Winery
Vahling Vineyards
Willow Ridge Vineyards & Winery

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Lincoln Public Square Eternal Flame

Several monuments can be seen in Lincoln Public Square. The Soldiers & Sailors Monument was erected in 1907 in memory of the soldiers and sailors of Shelby County.

Then on July 3, 2002 a monument housing an eternal flame was dedicated as an "eternal" remembrance of the Shelby County veterans, living and dead, and their valiant sacrifices for freedom. The eternal flame sits on top of a 3-foot-high black granite base, and faces the Shelby County Courthouse. A Civil War Memorial is also in Lincoln Public Square.

The black granite base of the flame contains etchings, such as General Douglas MacArthur wading ashore in the Philippines in 1945, Marines raising the flag at Iwo Jima in World War II and Shelbyville resident August West. The square also a plaque in honor of Abraham Lincoln who practiced law in Shelbyville. There is also a plaque for Horace Tallman, the inventor of the first mechanical pick-up hay baler. Flags are placed around the square during Memorial Day to Labor Day.

Lincoln Public Square Eternal Flame