Currently listed waterfront single family homes, condominiums, and vacant property on lakes and rivers in the Greater Lansing area.
Lake Lansing is a public all-sports lake and the largest body of water within 30 miles of Lansing. Ingham County maintains two public parks and a boat launch for public use. The parks offer trails for hiking, jogging and skiing, playgrounds,picnic areas,and a sandy beach with bath house. Over 250 residential homes surround the lake.
Park Lake is a shallow, 186 acre lake suitable for fishing, swimming, kayaking, canoeing and paddle boating. The lake is located just a few miles north of East Lansing in Bath Township.
Lake Geneva is a private lake located on the west side of DeWitt. The Lake Geneva Property Owners Association is comprised of nine subdivisions which contribute to the maintenance of the lake and two beaches and parks for member use only. Fishing and small power boats are permitted.
Scenic Lake is a private 140-157 acre all sports lake located in Woodhull Township, Michigan and does not offer any public access. The lake is located just outside of Laingsburg, Michigan. There are approximately 200 homes surrounding the lake. Residents not only enjoy the lake, but also the use of the association maintained park.
Lake Victoria is a 139 acre private lake. Its use is restricted to the property owners living in the five subdivisions surrounding the lake, Highland Hills, Imperial Shores, Victoria Shores, Royal Shores, and Westchester Heights. The lake is used for fishing, sailing, swimming, tubing, skiing, and boating. Winter time activities include snowmobiling, ice fishing, and cross country skiing.
Narrow lake is a public lake located approximately 25 miles southwest of Lansing. The lake is long and narrow as its name suggests and has more than 93 acres of water surface. Its maximum depth is 48 feet. The lake has been designated as a "fishing-friendly" lake in that 1/2 of the lake is no-wake.
629-acre Duck Lake is an all-sports lake rated as one of Michigan’s finest fishing lakes. The lake is located 25 miles southwest of Lansing near the community of Springport.
Jordan Lake is pubic lake about 30 miles west of Lansing located on the southern edge of the village of Lake Odessa. The lake covers 430 acres with depths of 58 feet deep. It is an all sports lake, with a public beach and paved boat launch. Fishermen report catches of Bass, Bluegill and Panfish.
Rainbow Lake is located 30 miles north of Lansing. It is a private all sports lake with no public access. The lake is three miles long with a maximum depth of 45 feet. It is very clean for swimming with a sandy bottom in many places. The association stocks the lake with perch and walleye for fishing.