Place:Shamrock Lakes, Blackford, Indiana, United States

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NameShamrock Lakes
TypeTown
Coordinates40.411°N 85.427°W
Located inBlackford, Indiana, United States


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Shamrock Lakes is a town in Licking Township, Blackford County, Indiana, United States. It was incorporated on May 21, 1973—and was the first community in Indiana to do so in 50 years.[1] The small town consists of a group of six lakes that were created between 1960 and 1965, and the first lake was originally intended to be a water supply for a farmer's cattle. The community was listed on the front page of USA Today as one of only five places in the United States named after Ireland's clover emblem, the shamrock. The town's population was 231 at the 2010 census.

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