Indiana Boating Laws and Responsibilities, boating handbook.

 BINGO On Sylvan Lake​

What:  THURSDAY B-I-N-G-O, benefitting Sylvan Lake Association

Where: BINGO Hall in Rome City, Indiana
When: Each THURSDAY, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Description: Doors open at 4:30pm. Join the fun, bring a friend, take home big money!

SUNDAY BINGO: Super Sunday Bingo starts at at 12:30pm. 

Big Winners!! Great time, good food, best friends. 

Sylvan Lake, 844 Kelly Street, Rome City, IN 46784  |   Lake contact: (260) 854-9862  r.a. stone interior designs | Quick email


 No Wake Zone locaTIONS on SYLVAN LAKE 

Joe Costello

40-years service


Photo courtesy of Roberta Stone

Public Access, location on SYLVAN LAKE 

Sylvan's BINGO Phone:


Hal Schafer

Big Island Clean up  Hal's Pals

Sylvan VIP Volunteers

David Holliday DC

Bingo coordinator

Board of Sylvan

Dan Diggins

Vice President

Dina Holliday

Secretary / Treasurer

Roberta Stone

Visitor Relations

Sylvan Lake's 'Public Access' site  in Rome City, Indiana

Carl Grove


Sylvan Lake Improvement Association 

The Sylvan Lake Improvement Association, (SLIA)
is a non-profit organization of civic-minded homeowners who are dedicated to the work of doing all possible to make Sylvan Lake the state's finest lake for skiing, fishing, boating, swimming and other outdoor water related activities. 

About Sylvan Lake

 Indiana Boater Safety, Laws and Responsibilities​

Sylvan Lake Bingo is our Biggest fundraiser for maintaining the lake quality and supporting public events on Sylvan.

Directions to Sylvan's BINGO Hall:
1/4 mile south of Rome City on HWY-9.

 HANDBOOK, Indiana Boating Laws and Responsibilities.

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Common Observations while boating on Sylvan Lake:
1)  Check Batteries & make sure Lights work Properly
2)  Carry an alternate light source in case lights become disabled
1)  Lights on at Dusk
2)  Boats should drive in a counter-clockwise pattern around the lake
3)  Faster boats should stay away from shorelines
4)  Skiing, Personal Watercraft and Small sailboats with-out lights must be off the lake at dusk.
5)  Non-Powered Boats and Slower Boats have the right of way.
For more information – get your copy of the Indiana Boaters Safety Regulations at