Little Walnut Creek Conservancy District was established under Indiana statute as a unit of local government in 1967 for the purpose of flood control and recreation. The district obtained grant under the PL-566 program from the federal government (NRCS) for all of the construction and engineering costs attributable to flood control and 50% of the cost attributable to recreation. The state (IDNR) also contributed some grant funds. Exceptional benefits were assessed against certain properties for the district's share of the costs and the general tax rate contributed in the early years. Little Walnut maintains three flood control structures: Structure 3 (private), Structure 4 - Glenn Flint Lake (public), Structure 5 - Madison Hills Lake (private). All of these structures are deemed "high hazard" due to their size and/or homes and other development located below their dam.
Pay Station Access
The pay station can only accept VISA, Mastercard and Discover credit or debit cards. Annual launch permits, daily passes and camping permits will be issued at the pay station. THE ANNUAL LAUNCH PERMIT IS LIKE A PLASTIC CREDIT CARD THE MACHINE WILL ISSUE ALONG WITH YOUR RECEIPT. Please make sure your get both your receipt and your annual launch permit card. If you already have your ANNUAL LAUNCH PERMIT card, you will press D - Continue, then press A - Use annual permit.
Rental notices for the annual rental of posts and dock fees can only be paid by check sent to the district at PO Box 543, Greencastle, IN 46135.
Glenn Flint Lake Boat Ramp
The only public access for Glenn Flint Lake is located at: 4530 W County Road 450 N, Greencastle, IN.
The trash dumpster is not for public use. People bringing trash onto the district's property to dump will not be permitted.
The district has video surveillance in place on the property.