Diamond Lake - Cassopolis


$15.7MTotal Value
Diamond Lake - Cassopolis, Michigan

Located in Michigan, Diamond Lake - Cassopolis real estate is a top ten market in the state for lake homes and lake lots.

The typical average list prices of Diamond Lake - Cassopolis homes for sale is $781,000. On average, there are 30 lake homes for sale on Diamond Lake - Cassopolis, and 10 lake lots and parcels.

The lake is also known as None. With 1 miles of shoreline, Diamond Lake - Cassopolis is considered a mid-sized Michigan lake.

  • 1Mi. of Shoreline
  • 10Avg. Depth
  • 64Deepest Depth
  • Dam Name
  • Managed By Diamond Lake Association
  • Ownership
  • Acreage
  • Public Boat Ramps
  • Water Level
    Full Pool Year Round
(269) 362-2237
22230 Maple St
Cassopolis , MI 49031
Golf Courses
(269) 445-3143
22041 M 60 E
Cassopolis , MI 49031
(269) 445-3199
610 Park Shore Dr
Cassopolis, MI 49031
(269) 476-2473
14630 M-60
Jones, MI 49061
(269) 476-9744
15406 Watercress Way
Cassopolis, MI 49031
  • Counties: Cass County
  • Fish: Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Walleye
  • Condos available (Yes)
  • Notable events: Diamond Lake Fireworks display (Fourth of July)
  • Sailing clubs: Diamond Lake Yacht Club
  • Interesting facts: Diamond Lake was formed between 10,000 and 75,000 years ago, during the Wisconsin Glacial Age.
  • Known for: It's a popular vacation spot in southwest Michigan due to the peaceful solitude it offers. Diamond Island, a 43-acre slice of land right in the center of the lake, is ideal for isolation and rest.
  • History: In 1829, Job Wright moved to Diamond Island seeking isolation due to his general disdain for humanity. He stayed there until his death in 1842
  • Landmarks: Diamond Island
(269) 683-5510
31 N St, Joseph Ave
Niles, MI 49120
South Bend International Airport
4477 Progress Dr., South Bend, IN 46628 574-282-4590
32 miles away
Taylors Flight Park
Cassopolis, MI 49031 269-476-9877
9 miles away
About Diamond Lake - Cassopolis
Located in Cass County, Michigan

Located 86 miles from Fort Wayne, Diamond Lake spans 1,078 acres and is intersected by four townships: Calvin, Jefferson, LaGrange, and Penn. Sixty percent of the lake is less than 10 feet deep, and the maximum depth is 64 feet. Praised for its pristine crystal clear water, Diamond Lake contains two public boat launches, one marina, and a 43-acre island at its center.

Boating, swimming, water skiing, ice skating, and fishing are popular pastimes here. The most common fish species include small and largemouth bass, perch, rock bass, bluegills, and walleye. Locals claim that large gills and bass are situated at the southeast border and bite the most between 5 and 10 a.m.

Nearby Conveniences

Diamond Lake provides quick access to all the necessities. The South Bend International Airport is only 29 miles away, and the Cass County Medical Care Facility is only five miles away. Great local grocery options include Harding’s Market and Dussel’s Farm Market and Greenhouses.

Visit Fort Wayne

Fort Wayne is one of the most populous cities in Indiana, second only to Indianapolis.

Sometimes known as the “City of Churches,” Fort Wayne is home to a whopping 360 churches, most of which are Catholic, Lutheran, and Epispical.

Fort Wayne’s most popular attraction, the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo, is a 1,000 animal zoo consisting of over 40 acres in Franke Park. The zoo ranks among the top zoos in the United States.

For lunch in Fort Wayne, be sure to stop by the Fort Wayne Famous Coney Island, a 100-year-old Coney hot dog restaurant that champions affordable prices and fresh ingredients.

Visit Chicago

Time flies when you’re having fun; that’s why a day trip to the windy city feels like a breeze! Chicago is an iconic American city that offers something fun for everyone.

The Navy Pier, offering views of Lake Michigan, is a top attraction with plenty of little boutique shops, quality restaurants, and seasonal exhibits. This 100-year-old pier also sparkles in the summer with its frequent firework nights.

Millennium Park is another popular outdoor location where guests and residents can take a walk or catch a concert. While you are there, make sure to spot what the locals refer to as “The Bean,” an impressive sculpture crafted by the Indian-born artist Anish Kapoor.

To shop and take it easy, stroll through the Magnificent Mile, which spans 13 blocks and boasts 275 restaurants, 460 stores, and 60 hotels. For a bird’s eye view of this magnificent city, ascend the John Hancock Center, a 100-story building providing a breathtaking experience.

If you are looking for a more immersive view, head over to the Sears Tower, a 108-story building that contains a glass box daredevils can step into to see straight down onto the streets below.

Lastly, make sure to catch a game at the historic Wrigley Field and indulge in some delicious deep-dish pizza. A trip to Chicago isn’t complete without it!

Endless Lake Activities

Diamond Lake provides the fullness of lake life and community, with an array of water activities to partake in. Don’t miss the opportunity to live on what many locals call the lake of their dreams.