Paw Paw Lake Homes For Sale

Paw Paw Lake is a 900-acre all-sports lake in Coloma, MI. It is less than two hours from Chicago and less than an hour from Notre Dame. The lake has attracted Chicago families since the late 19th century. To this day, it remains a popular destination, with many magnificent second homes replacing outdated cottages. And it’s also a good place to start if you’re looking for Paw Paw Lake houses for sale.  

Paw Paw Lake Houses for Sale

Homes for sale on Paw Paw lake are sold between $370,000 to $2,000,000. Fishing is abundant for largemouth bass, northern pike, sunfish, yellow perch, and crappie. In 2016, the Michigan DNR stocked the lake with more than 2,600 walleye. 

A history, Paw Paw Lake, Michigan: A 100 Year Resort History (1890’s-1990’s), by Roderick L. Rasmussen, was published in 1994, and an e-book on one section, Pomona Point Neighbors at Paw Paw Lake, by Stephen L. Myers, was published in 2016. You can surely find Paw Paw Lake homes for sale, and soon you’ll discover that it’s a perfect place for a vacation or second home by the lake.

Things to do around Paw Paw Lake

​​The lake is a favorite for skiing, pontoon boat riding, canoeing, and kayaking. The Waterfront Restaurant & Club Rocadero Bar is accessible by boat as well as by land. Many other local restaurants are in nearby Watervliet and Coloma, including the Board of Trade, The Bend bar and restaurant, and Eddie’s Drive-In West. The Paw Paw Lake Yacht Club hosts boat races and other events. The community is minutes away from Lake Michigan and the growing wine country attractions.

Paw Paw Lake Association

The Paw Paw Lake Association, including all property owners on the water, works to maintain the safety and welfare of the lake. They provide education and foster cooperation among the owners, and with government officials. The Paw Paw Lake Foundation conducts research on water quality, tests the water, and treats the lake for algae and seaweed. It also works with state officials to control Canada geese and nuisance carp in the lake that contribute excess nutrients encouraging undesirable plant growth.

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