Popular Longville Minnesota Area Lakes and Lake Property
Below is a list of some of the most popular lakes in the Longville Minnesota Area. When looking for lake property for sale Longville has some great lakes to choose from for lake homes for sale, lake cabins for sale, lake cottages for sale and even lake lots for sale. Please let us know if you would like more information about any of these lakes or a current list of lake property for sale on any of these premier lakes.
The majority of the Longville Real Estate is wooded with many meandering logging trails through out the land making this area of North Central Minnesota a popular destination for those seeking a place for recreation, hunting, bird watching, snowmobiling, etc. There is plenty of Longville hunting land for sale and recreation land for sale in the area in addition to all of the Longville lake property for sale.
Blackwater Lake, Longville, Minnesota is a 722-acre lake that has 7.5 miles of shoreline and a maximum depth of 67 feet. Many northern pike, walleye, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, bluegill, black crappie, yellow perch call Blackwater Lake home. Centrally located between Hackensack and Longville, Blackwater Lake is a popular destination. Lake homes and lake cabins on Blackwater Lake range from a classic lake cabin to exquisite lake homes. For those looking for sandy shoreline, there is no shortage on Blackwater Lake. There are also a few tucked away bays offering private lake lots and lake property with a more natural setting.
Boy Lake, Longville, Minnesota is a 3,186-acre lake that has 20.9 miles of shoreline and a maximum depth of 45 feet. Here's what Minneapolis Star Tribune writer, Ron Schara, says of Boy Lake in his listing of little known walleye hot spots: ?Oh boy, here's one that ought to be good.? In addition to excellent walleye fishing Boy Lake is home to several musky, northern pike, black crappie and large bluegill.
Cedar Lake, Longville, Minnesota is a 98-acre lake with a maximum depth of 42 feet. Clear spring fed water surrounded by towering pines and hardwoods is the best way to describe Cedar Lake just out of Longville. Panfish fishing is wonderful on this gem of a lake. With a handful of lake owners on the lake, lake property for sale is hard to come by and sought after.
Island Lake, Longville, Minnesota is a 277-acre that has 4.44 miles of shoreline and a maximum depth of 45 feet. Several walleye, bass, northern pike and panfish are found on Island Lake.
Lake Inguadona, Longville, Minnesota is a 1,116-acre lake that has 11.10 miles of shoreline and a maximum depth of 79 feet. From Lake Inguadona you can canoe up the Boy River all the way to Leech Lake. Much of the shoreline on Lake Inguadona is in a natural state. You can enjoy taking a boat from your lake property and dock at The Anchorage restaurant for dinner.
Lake Winnibigoshish, Bena, Minnesota. Located in the Chippewa National Forest and surrounded by hundreds of square miles of lush marshlands, gently rolling hills and diverse woodlands, Lake Winnie is comprised of 67,000 acres of clear, cool water. It?s the fifth largest lake in Minnesota, and 95 percent of its more than 140 shoreline miles are undeveloped. What?s more, Lake Winnie is surrounded by other lakes such as Cut Foot Sioux, Little Cut Foot, Dixon Lake and Little Winnie. These lakes add diversity and beauty to this spectacular area. Lake Winnie is known for its world class northern, muskie, perch, crappie, walleye and bass Minnesota fishing. Miles of excellent sand shoreline surrounding Lake Winnibigoshish. Most of the lake homes, lake cabins and lake cottages on Lake Winnie offer great privacy.
Leech Lake, Walker, Minnesota. Leech Lake is the third largest lake entirely within Minnesota?s boundaries and covers approximately 112,000 surface acres and over 500 miles of shoreline. The lake is geographically located in three glacial zones and has an irregular shape with many large and small bays. The deepest area of the lake is located in Walker Bay where depths reach around 150 feet deep. Leech Lake is well known among anglers for its walleye, northern pike, and muskellunge fishing. Leech Lake also provides quality angling opportunities for largemouth bass, black crappie, and sunfishes in shallow, vegetated bays. Some of the best sand beaches in northern Minnesota are found on Leech Lake. You will find lake homes ranging from the classic lake cottages to the most extravagant lake homes on Leech Lake.
Little Boy Lake
Little Boy Lake, Longville, Minnesota is a 1,372-acre lake. Little Boy Lake is connected to Wabedo Lake by a navigable channel. Little Boy Lake is one of the most popular lakes in the area for people looking for a premier fishing lake for their lake home or lake cottage find their way to Little Boy Lake. The north end of the lake as well as many other areas of the lake offers excellent sand shoreline beaches with gradual slopes offering a great place for kids and grandkids to play in the water. Many of the lake cabins on Little Boy Lake were established years ago and can be found only a few feet from the waters edge. Many walleye, musky, northern pike, largemouth and smallmouth bass, and panfish call Little Boy Lake home.. Little Boy Lake has been written up in several fishing magazines as a premier fishing lake in the state of Minnesota.
Long Lake, Longville, Minnesota is a 926-acre lake that has 13.7 miles of shoreline and a maximum depth of 115 feet. There are several Long Lakes in the area and Long Lake is one of the most lake names in Minnesota. This Long Lake is by far the most popular Long Lake in the area. Much of the 13 plus miles of shoreline on Long Lake is great sand and sand beaches. With water clarity over 20 feet, Long Lake is one of the clearest lakes in the state of Minnesota. Many lake homes and lake cabins on Long Lake enjoy the recreation that the lake offers. There are several fish that call Long Lake home, however with the excellent water clarity getting these fish to bite can be tricky.
Mule Lake, Longville, Minnesota is a 456-acre lake that has 7.3 miles of shoreline and a maximum depth of 76 feet. The great fishing for walleye, largemouth and smallmouth bass and panfish on Mule Lake has been featured in sporting magazines. Mule Lake is located about 5 miles from Longville and is quality lake for those looking for a lake with good water clarity, fishing and sand shoreline. One of the special things with Mule Lake is that over 8000 feet of shoreline has been purchased by the Mule Lake Association and Minnesota DNR and places into a preserve to be left untouched from waterfront homes and waterfront cabins.
Ponto Lake, Longville, Minnesota is a 347-acre lake with 17 foot water clarity. Sand shoreline is a common thing to find on Ponto Lake. Couple that with great water clarity and Ponto Lake is defiantly a lake many consider for their lake home and lake cabin
Three Island Lake
Three Island Lake, Longville, Minnesota is a 173-acre lake. The lake has 7.52 miles of shoreline and a maximum depth of 13 feet. 90 % of this lake is undeveloped offering great privacy and seclusion for a lake cabin. There is excellent panfish fishing available on this gem of a lake.
Thunder Lake, Longville, Minnesota is a 1346 acre spring fed lake with depths of 95 feet and over 16 foot water clarity. Much of the waterfront property on Thunder Lake offers excellent sand shoreline. Many looking for waterfront property for sale in Longville consider Thunder Lake to be a top lake for consideration.
Wabedo Lake, Longville, Minnesota is a 1,185-acre lake. It is connected to Little Boy Lake by a navigable channel offering over 2500 acres of premier water for walleye, musky, largemouth and smallmouth bass and panfish to call Wabedo Lake home. Lake homes and lake cabins on Wabedo Lake range from a classic lake cabin to exquisite lake homes. Although Wabedo Lake does not offer as many excellent sand beaches as Little Boy Lake does, excellent sand shoreline is definitely not in short supply on Wabedo Lake. Many Looking for lake lots for sale or lake homes for sale in Longville put Wabedo Lake and Little Boy Lake towards the top of the list.
Woman Lake Chain
Woman Lake Chain is located between Longville and Hackensack, Minnesota and encompasses 5496 acres of some of the best water in northern Minnesota. Woman Lake Chain is comprised of 4 different lakes, all connected by the Boy River. Each Lake offers something different for people who have lake homes and lake cottages on the Woman Lake Chain. People with lake homes on the Woman Lake chain can navigate to all of the lakes by boat. One popular thing to do after spending a day out on the water is to boat to 1 of 2 restaurants on the Woman Lake Chain for a meal. You can boat to Patrick?s Fine Dining on Girl Lake in Longville or McGuire?s Inn on Little Woman Lake, Hackensack, both offer free dock service. The Woman Lake Chain, Longville is a world class fishery for those looking to pursue a variety of fish. Walleye, northern pike, largemouth and smallmouth bass, and panfish like to call the Woman Lake Chain home. The surrounding area around the woman Lake chain offers a lot of vast wilderness including the Chippewa National Forest. Those looking for hunting land, hunting acreage or recreational acreage near the Woman Lake Chain will find plenty of areas to look. The lakes on the Woman Lake Chain have several bays and points making this chain of lakes a popular lake for those who have lake homes and lake cabins on Woman Lake Chain to go out for a long quit boat ride. Below is some information on Child Lake, Little Woman Lake (Squaw Lake), Woman Lake, Broadwater Bay, and Girl Lake which make up the Woman Lake Chain.
Child Lake, Hackensack, Minnesota is a 316-acre lake that has 3.7 miles of shoreline and a maximum depth of 29 feet. There is not as much sand shoreline to be found on Child Lake as there is on Woman Lake, however there are some areas that do offer excellent sand shoreline. Child Lake is on the West end of the Woman Lake Chain and is a popular lake to go catch a basket full of big bluegills. Child Lake and Little Woman Lake are the least populated lakes on the Woman Lake Chain, those looking for a lake cabin or lake home for sale on the Woman Lake chain with a little more privacy may wish to consider Child Lake.
Little Woman Lake
Little Woman Lake, Hackensack, Minnesota is also known as Squaw Lake and is the smallest lake on the Woman Lake Chain totaling 30 acres in size. There are just a handful of lake homes and lake cottages to be found on Little Woman Lake of the Woman Lake Chain.
Woman Lake, Hackensack and Longville, Minnesota. Woman Lake is the largest lake on the Woman Lake Chain. Comprising 4782 acre lake with a maximum depth of 54 feet. Rumor has it that Woman Lake was named one of the ten most beautiful lakes in the world by National Geographic. Weather this is fact or fiction, ask anyone who has a lake home or lake cottage on Woman Lake and they will tell you that Woman Lake by Longville, MN is a beautiful lake and worth anyone?s time to launch a boat and explore. Lake homes and lake cabins on Woman Lake range from a classic lake cabin to exquisite lake homes. Excellent sand shoreline is easy to find on the main part of Woman Lake. There are several waterfront properties on Woman Lake located just a few feet from some of the best sand shoreline to be found in northern Minnesota. Many of these lake cabins and lake cottages have been around since the early 1900?s and offer a rustic cabin feel that is second to none. When looking for Lakeshore property for sale in Hackensack and Longville Minnesota area you may want to consider the world renowned Woman Lake Chain.
Broadwater Bay is actually a bay of Woman Lake however many consider this a lake of its own. The Minnesota DNR actually classifies it as its own lake. Broadwater bay is 714 acres in size and has a maximum depth of 45 feet. Many of the lake home and lake cabin owners on Broadwater Bay of Woman Lake appreciate the size and beauty of Broadwater Bay and the easy access to Woman Lake which is just around the corner.
Girl Lake, Longville, Minnesota is 406-acres in size. Girl Lake has 9.36 miles of shoreline, and a maximum depth of 81 feet. Girl Lake is the farthest lake to the East of the lakes that make up the Woman Lake Chain. Girl Lake comes right into downtown Longville, which is where the city docks are located. Those that have lake cabins and lake homes on Woman Lake Chain will come into town by boat and shop the local stores, grab an ice cream cone or a bag of groceries. There are not many places in the world that offer this luxury. Most of the waterfront property on Girl Lake does not have the excellent sand shoreline that Woman Lake offers, however there are some places on the lake that do offer excellent sand shoreline. If you look around while boating on Girl Lake you will still notice some lake cottages and lake cabins from the early days when Longville was first established. Many of these waterfront properties are located just a few feet from the waters edge.