Coon Lake


$2.3MTotal Value
Coon Lake, Michigan

Coon Lake real estate is a beautiful, but lesser known, market for lake homes and land in Michigan.

    • Ownership
    • Counties: Livingston County
    About Coon Lake
    Livingston County, Michigan

    Coon Lake is in Howell, Michigan, and is around 30 miles from Ann Arbor. For another city trip, Lansing is under 50 miles away.

    There are three airports within 50 miles: Capital Region International Airport, Bishop International Airport, and Oakland County International Airport. The St. Joseph Mercy Livingston Hospital is around 10 miles away for easy medical care.

    Residents heading into town can visit the Tanger Outlets Mall and a variety of local restaurants, such as Tomato Brothers.

    On the Water Fun

    Spanning 106 acres and a max depth of 50 feet, Coon Lake has a private, exclusive atmosphere that residents are sure to love.

    This is an all-sports lake, meaning residents can enjoy all the water activities they love. The only restriction is against jet boats.

    With no public access points, Coon Lake is a private paradise for swimming, relaxing, kayaking, and fishing. Anglers can find carp, crappie, northern pike, warmouth, perch, redear sunfish, bream/bluegill, pumpkinseed, bullhead catfish, pumpkinseed, bowfin, green sunfish, largemouth bass, panfish, and more.

    Explore Howell

    Those looking for excitement off the water can discover everything Howell has to offer.

    One popular attraction is the Chemung Hills Golf Course, where visitors can grab a club and test their skills out on the green.

    Another fun attraction is the Brighton Recreation Area, where visitors can hike the trails and relax in nature.

    Visit Lansing

    Lansing, the birthplace of the Oldsmobile and Michigan's automotive center, offers plenty of history, culture, entertainment, and cuisine to explore.

    The State Capitol Building opened in late 1878 to much acclaim and was restored to its original splendor in the early 1990s. The building, one of the premiere examples in the country of decorative painting, is open to the public for free tours on weekdays.

    The R. E. Olds Transportation Museum has a collection of cars and memorabilia as a tribute to the auto industry. The museum is courtesy of one of the city's most prominent citizens, Ransom Eli Olds. The very first Oldsmobile from 1897 is on display, along with other antique automobiles and vehicles.

    Michigan History Museum has three floors of state history eras depicting scenes from the earliest peoples to the late 20th century. Visitors of all ages can enjoy learning about Michigan’s past, and Sunday trips are free.

    Potter Park Zoo spans 20 acres and is one of the oldest continuously-operated zoos in the state. It is home to 500 animals and 180 species and sits adjacent to Potter Park, an 80-acre oak forest.

    For a night out on the town, stop by one of the highly-rated restaurants in the city. Top choices include Fidler's On The Grand, Meat BBQ, Soup Spoon Cafe, The Cosmos, and Naing Myanmar Family Restaurant.

    Calm and Relaxing

    Those looking for a place to unwind will love living on Coon Lake.