In Memory of Jack Badger

Jack Gerald Badger, 81, went to his eternal home on October 9, 2018, after a five year illness with Primary Progressive Aphasia. 

In 1968 Jack and his wife Ila moved their family to a little town in Indiana called Carmel; population 3500. Carmel was immediately his beloved hometown.  Jack was active on the Woodland Springs Board of Directors and served the community of Carmel for many, many years. He and Ila have lived in Woodland Springs for 50 years

Services will be held at Carmel United Methodist Church where Jack was an active member for fifty years. Visitation will be Thursday, October 18th from 4 to 7 PM and a Service on Friday October 19th at 1:30 PM.


ALL boats used on Woodland Lake must have a new ORANGE Woodland Springs boat tag.  If you need a sticker (THEY'RE FREE), please fill out the form located under LAKE AND BOATING TAB.           

Woodland Lake Cleanup Challenge. . . 

The north end of Woodland Lake is very shallow and in dire need of some help in cleaning out debris from tree limes and trash which finds its way into the lake.  Board Member and Co-Lake Director Michael Burton and his wife Gerrie Bonarrigo spent several hours on Thursday 6/21collecting limbs and trash from the north west side of the lake near the Founders Crossing bridge (See photos under Photo Gallery page).  The lake belongs to all residents of Woodland Springs and it needs your help.  If you would like to play in the water on a hot day, put on some old clothes and shoes, bring a pitch fork or garden fork, trash bags and/or buckets and have fun gathering up twigs, branches, plastic bottles, etc.  Just stack the wood in a pile and likewise any trash bags you fill up near a trash container.  Getting the organic debris out of the lake will help improve water quality and allow water to flow more freely in the shallow areas.  Reducing the limbs and twigs will also help to get rid of the pungent odor that occurs this time of year on the north end of the lake.  Please do not trhow limbs, twigs, grass, leaves, etc into the lake anytime of the year.  Any questions???  Contact Board Members Michael Burton or Jeff Miller for more details.  Thank you in advance for your help to keep WOODLAND LAKE BEAUTIFUL.

See the New Page:  Woodland Springs Historians/Archivists

New Heading:  Important Announcements - Look there for all updates for Woodland Springs neighborhood.  Check out the new "Woodland Springers" page and information about purchasing swim passes at THE WOODLANDS

Contact information for Kirkpatrick Management Company: Listed under HOMEOWNER INFORMATION Tab



Check Pool Construction Updates for latest information on the pool . . . . .


Dogs must be on leash at all times while they are off your private property.  Dog poop must be cleaned up by dog walker/owner and not left in a neighbor's yard or on Woodland Springs Common Property.  Poop waste stations are provided along the walking paths around Woodland Lake for your use and disposal of dog waste.

CLUBHOUSE RENTAL INFORMATION is listed on the Homeowner Information Page and the Rental Agreement Form is on the HOA Documant Page.  Please refer to the Calendar listed under Clubhouse Rental Information for rental date availability


To learn more about the waterfowl and other birds visiting the lake and the neighborhood visit:

The Lake Directors,  Jeff Miller, Michael Burton and the Lake Advisory Committee, are working with the Hamilton County Soil and Water Conservation District Conservationist, Ginger Davis to develop conservation plans for the lake. Look for further updates as the plans develop.  Ginger is also available for consultation for homeowners who live on the lake if they have environmental concerns, questions about how to improve their lakefront, etc.
Ginger Davis, LPG Conservation Administrator
Hamilton County
Soil and Water Conservation District
1717 Pleasant Street, Suite 100                  Noblesville, IN 46060
Office: (317) 773-2181

Enjoy the islands and Woodland Lake. Stay safe and do watch the new trees grow!!!  Please keep both islands a safe place for all to enjoy.  If you suspect illegal activity occurring on either island, please report it to the Carmel Police Department at 911 or contact any member of the Board of Directors.