Copneconic Lake


Copneconic Lake, Michigan

Located in Michigan, Copneconic Lake real estate is a limited supply market in the state for lake homes and lake lots.

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    • Counties: Genesee County
      About Copneconic Lake
      Genesee County, Michigan

      Copneconic Lake touches Holly Township, Grand Blanc Township, and Fenton Township, Michigan. For a city trip, Flint is around 15 miles away.

      The Bishop International Airport is around 10 miles away, and the Ascension Genesys Hospital is around five miles away.

      A Great Size

      Spanning 110 acres with a maximum depth of 50 feet, Copneconic Lake has all the joys of a large lake while maintaining the atmosphere of a small lake.

      Popular activities include boating, kayaking, canoeing, swimming, fishing, and taking in the views. With no public access points, residents can enjoy a serene paradise.

      Camp Copneconic, run by the YMCA, is along the shoreline and offers plenty of activities and entertainment for the area. Residents can get involved with school programs, youth retreats, special events, and seasonal camps.

      Explore Fenton

      Those looking for fun off the lake can discover everything the nearby town of Fenton has to offer.

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

      Another popular attraction is Balloon Quest Inc., where visitors can ride through the skies in a hot air balloon.

      Visit Flint

      Flint is the county seat and has lots of activities to offer residents and visitors. From history and art to restaurants and nature, there's something to enjoy for everyone.

      The Longway Planetarium is the state's largest planetarium and has 130 seats under a 60-foot dome. The location is great for school field trips, public shows, family science workshops, and community events.

      The Flint Institute of Arts is the second-largest art museum in the state and one of the largest museum-connected community art schools in the United States. If you explore the museum on a Saturday, admission is free!

      The For-Mar Nature Preserve and Arboretum spans 383 acres with seven miles of hiking trails. There is an extensive collection of native flora and fauna, a Memorial Garden, all-season nature hikes, a barrier-free treehouse, and a butterfly house.

      For the days you don't feel like cooking, try visiting one of the many highly-rated restaurants in town. Popular options include Italia Gardens of Flint, Redwood Steakhouse & Brewery, Starlite Burger and Coney Shop, Flint Crepe Company, and Blondie's Food and Spirits.

      Fun and Relaxing

      Those looking for the perfect balance of fun and relaxation will love living on Copneconic Lake.