There is always something fun happening at Scales Lake Park in beautiful Boonville. They've rounded up a ton of great activities, including inflatables for the kids, free pizza and so much more! Check it out for yourself.

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Have you ever been to Scales Lake Park in Warrick County? It's beautiful and offers so much for families to enjoy. Camping, boating, fishing.....oh my! During the summer it's a great place to swim, bike, have a picnic, and hike the trails. Scales Lake is a majestic place to visit and to make memories with your family. If you've never been to the park, then this will be a perfect time to check it out for yourself!

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Scales Lake Park Free Community Day

Save the date! Scales Lake Day is coming up on Sunday, October 10th, 2021 from 11 AM until 2 PM. This is your chance to check out the campground which is open all year long. Or, maybe the cottages will fit your glamping style better. Either way, there's something that every member of your family will enjoy at Scales Lake Park.

Admission to the park on Family Fun Day is absolutely free of charge. There will be free pizza offered from Pizza Chef and Kona Ice available. Free Demonstrations from Trail Heads of Southwest Indiana and from the River City Racing Club. You can take in nature with free yoga on the beach while the kids enjoy the inflatables and the petting zoo.

Scales Lake Upgrade Fundraising Campaign

You'll also be able to see how you can help the Scales Lake Upgrade Fundraising Campaign. They'll be raising funds to update the cabins, shelter house, playgrounds, and more. Proceeds during the event will help this wonderful cause!

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