Are you looking for lakeshore real estate or a lake home on Green Lake near Spicer MN? Well, here you go: View all Green Lake MN lakeshore listings here.
Here’s a prime Minnesota recreational lake, coming in at 5560 huge acres of surface area. Although just about half of it is littoral, it reaches a depth of 110 feet, and boasts a water clarity of eight feet. It also is one of the best smallmouth bass fishing lakes in the entire state. It’s also an excellent place for catching walleyes, and should continue to be a productive lake for them (the DNR dumped over half a ton of walleye fingerlings into this lake in 2008.) The MN Department of Natural Resources manages this lake for a number of other species.
World-famous columnist Maureen E. Johnson will show you how to catch smallmouth bass on Green Lake, Kandiyohi County MN
Finding Lake Homes and Lake Shore on Green Lake
Well if you can’t find ‘em, you aren’t searching very hard, because the link on top of the page shows about two dozen Green Lake lakeshore homes for sale on the Minnesota MLS/IDX system (at the time of this post.) You only get one life and perhaps several sets of grandchildren, so you might as well give them some wonderful memories of catching smallmouth bass here every summer. You might be getting old and grouchy, but the will still want to come and see you at your lake home, anyway. Besides, its not far from their home in Minneap0lis.
Spicer MN is a great place to live, you have plenty of choices and styles here. You could hardly go wrong on any of them. There are some $1M+ monstrosities on 100+ feet of sandy MN lakeshore, containing about 5600+ square feet of living space, even though you will be spending most of your time on the water, anyway. If you want to buy a lake home here, but still want to have money left over for beer and worms, there are usually some more down-to-earth smaller lake homes and cabins in the $100’s and $200’s (at least for now.) Don’t dilly-dally, if you are planning to do this. God’s not in the business of making any more Minnesota lakefront right now. Lake lots don’t grow on trees, either, you know.