Indian Point is located at the north end of Balsam Lake and is a 2500 acre / 1000 hectare peninsula extending south-east of the community of Coboconk.

The Point possesses one of the longest undeveloped shorelines in the Kawartha Lakes and is home to diverse flora and fauna. Indian Point is a habitat for black bears, white-tailed deer, moose, porcupines, rabbits, raccoons, otter, mink, ermine, fox and many waterfowl and migratory birds, including the rare Loggerhead Shrike, Northern Hawk Owl and Indigo Bunting. It consists of a low limestone escarpment of the Middle Ordovician age located in the Carden Alvar Plain comprised of flat limestone covered with shallow stony soil 2-24 inches deep.

Indian Point is covered with mixed sugar maple forests and second-growth boreal forest on shallow loam soils. The shoreline on the east side of the peninsula is a environmentally significant wetland comprised of swamps and marshes. The west shoreline is developed with primarily seasonal recreational residences. The rest of the site is old fields and limestone plains.