Eagle Lake - Paw Paw Twp


$1.8MTotal Value
Eagle Lake - Paw Paw Twp, Michigan

Eagle Lake - Paw Paw Twp real estate is a limited supply market for lake homes and land in Michigan.

Typically, there are fewer than 10 land lots and homes for sale on Eagle Lake - Paw Paw Twp.

Homes for sale on Eagle Lake - Paw Paw Twp range between $500,000 and $750,000, creating a total market value over $2 million.

  • 70Deepest Depth
  • Ownership
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Golf Courses
Pin High Golf Course
(269) 624-4653
1020 N Maine St
Lawton, MI 49065
  • Counties: Van Buren County
  • Fish: Largemouth Bass
(269) 657-3141
408 Hazen St
PawPaw, MI 49079
Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport
5235 Portage Rd, Portage, MI 49002
24 miles away
46236 30th St, Paw Paw, MI 49079
13 miles away
About Eagle Lake - Paw Paw Twp
Van Buren County

Eagle Lake is located down the road from Paw Paw which is a small village outside of Kalamazoo. Kalamazoo is the closest metropolitan city as it is only about 27 miles away. The closest airport is the Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport, which is only 26 miles away. The closest hospital is Bronson LakeView Hospital, which is only 8 miles away.

What to do on the lake

The lake is 198 acres in size meaning that there is plenty of room for boating, fishing, swimming, and other forms of on-the-water fun. There is a public access site located on the Southside of Eagle Lake, off 70th Avenue/CR 358 so you can get your boats in the water. There you’ll find a gravel ramp, parking, and restrooms. Fishing fans will find that the lake is teeming with bluegill, largemouth bass, and northern pike, just to name a few.

What lies beyond the water

Camping fans will be in for a treat as seven miles away there is the Brush Creek Campground which is open from May to October and features 125 sites. The camp is home to several amenities such as hiking trails, a clubhouse, group events, and you can even bring your pets. Just above Eagle Lake is a small community that is home to the Oak Cove Resort. The resort features luxurious cottages and fine dining along Reynolds Lake and Lake Cora. The community is also home to the Lake Cora Hills Golf Course where you can sharpen your skills or spend some time with family. While in this community, you can catch some grub at the Teapot Dome, or Walt & Marie’s Country Market & Cafe. For more attractions and eateries, look no further than the village of Paw Paw which is home to at least 11 unique restaurants including a coffee shop near the heart of the village. There are also familiar favorites like Starbucks, and Wendy’s as well. The village has much in the way of outdoor activities like a fishing pond, a hiking trail, and several parks. In the heart of the village also lies the Carnegie library which is was created in 1920 and partially funded by Andrew Carnegie.

Explore Kalamazoo

Kalamazoo makes for a great day trip, with plenty of things to do indoors and out! The Kalamazoo Nature Center spans 1,100 acres with an 11-acre arboretum, 11 nature trails, and the Delano Pioneer Homestead. The Interpretive Center features its award-winning "Nature Up Close" hall, interactive exhibits, three-story tropical rainforest, a bug house, and seasonal butterfly and hummingbird garden. The Kalamazoo Institute of Arts features more than 5,000 works of fine art in its permanent collection for visitors to enjoy. It also has touring and collective exhibitions in 10 galleries, offers four art classes at the Kirk Newman Art School, and highlights local artists in the KIA Gallery Shop. The Air Zoo Aerospace & Science Museum has been voted the "Best Place to Take Out-of-Towners" and "Best Place to Spend a Day with Your Family," making it a must-see. It features more than 100 air and space artifacts, rides, Full-Motion Flight Simulators, a theater, historical exhibits, and educational activities. After a long day of exploration, be sure to enjoy a meal at one of the many delicious restaurants in the city. Highly-rated options include Crow’s Nest, The Studio Grill, Kalamazoo Beer Exchange, Erbelli’s Gourmet Pizza, and Bell's Eccentric Cafe.

A great place to call home

Eagle lake has plenty of room and plenty of opportunities. You can not go wrong choosing this beautiful lake as your forever home.