Geist Marina

Proven 20-Year History

We've been helping our customers have fun on the water for over 20 years!

Marina Services

We are a one-stop shop dedicated to helping you enjoy your day on the water.

Lake Access

Our public launch ramp on Olio Road offers easy lake access to everyone.

Logo Logo

Our Company

The Marina Limited Partnership & Geist Lake Marina

Founded in 1986

Allen Rosenberg, Sr. founded The Marina Limited Partnership in 1986. His vision was to develop the shores of Geist and Morse reservoirs offering recreational areas and marinas so people could enjoy a waterfront lifestyle while preserving the natural environment.

Fast Forward More Than 30 Years

You’ll find everything you need to set sail for fun on Geist Lake at our conveniently located marina. As a full-service marina, we offer boat sales, slip rental, pontoon rentals, boat launching, boat service and repair, winter storage, gasoline, and boating accessories. With our outstanding marina service, you’ll be on the water faster, enjoying life and recreation on the reservoir.

Our Philosophy

Time on the lake should feel like vacation! We are here to take the stress out of owning or renting a boat, so all you have to do is enjoy your time “away” from real life.

We Are Thankful

We know you have a choice when it comes to how you spend both your time and recreation budget. We are so very thankful for our many long-term customers who are like family, and look forward to welcoming our first-time visitors.

History of Geist Reservoir

Water Storage Capabitlities

The creation of Geist and Morse reservoirs was important for the proactive growth planning of the Indianapolis metro area. Indianapolis was the largest city in America not located on a large river, lake or near mountain streams. After a mid-twentieth century study indicated that the future growth of the city was dependent on the stored water capabilities.


The Indianapolis Water Company designed and built Geist Reservoir in 1941 and Morse Reservoir in 1956. Both were created in an ecologically sound method by using several small creeks as water sources. The reservoirs were largely isolated bodies of water for more than three decades.

In 1980 the Indianapolis Water Company started a program of real estate development. Today, upscale home developments encircle both lakes, providing lakefront living and waterfront access.