Cedar Hill Lake


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Cedar Hill Lake, Mississippi

Located in Mississippi, Cedar Hill Lake real estate is a beautiful, but lesser known, market in the state for lake homes and lake lots.

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    About Cedar Hill Lake
    In Proximity to Jackson

    Cedar Hill Lake is a quiet body of water in Central Mississippi. Its rustic charm might make you forget that you are only 30 minutes from downtown Jackson.

    The city is home to many museums and attractions and St. Dominic Hospital, and the Jackson-Medgar Wiley Evers International Airport. You will find almost anything you need in Madison, just 10 miles east of the lake.

    Life on Tranquil Waters

    There are lots of activities to enjoy at Cedar Hill Lake. Its tranquil waters make a great view and attract wildlife like mallards, wood ducks, blue herons, beavers, squirrels, and deer.

    The lake holds various Mississippi game fish like largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, bluegill, crappie, and green trout.

    Paddling around the lake in a kayak or canoe is a great way to spend the afternoon. Its wooded shores are the perfect backdrop for sunsets.

    Around the Lake

    Lake Caroline Golf Club, Reunion Golf & Country Club, and Madison County's Links are nearby courses for the golfers.

    Shoppers should head straight to the Outlets of Mississippi in Jackson, the state's largest outlet shopping center.

    The Gathering at Livingston Mercantile, The Briar Patch, and Bill's Creole and Steak Depot are over four stars and within 10 miles of the lake.

    Jackson - The City With Soul

    Jackson offers something for all residents of Cedar Hill Lake, making it ideal for a weekend getaway to a large city.

    If history and learning interest you, there are tons of museums and historical sites to deliver. Some popular ones include the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum, the Mississippi Museum of Natural Science, the Mississippi State Capitol, the Mississippi Children's Museum, the Mississippi Museum of Art, and the Museum of Mississippi History.

    The Jackson Zoo is home to 150 animal species, 250 animals, and 11 endangered species. In addition to the animals, the zoo features a carousel, a special events pavilion, a cafe, a playground, a theater, a splash pad, a gift shop, and more.

    Jackson offers restaurant options from small mom and pop eateries to James Beard award-winning chef-driven concepts. Residents and visitors can enjoy seafood, tamales, Cajun delicacies, Greek food, barbeque, French patisseries, quaint coffee shops, and more.

    A Quiet Life Outside of Jackson

    Residents of Cedar Hill Lake get the peace of a small, wooded lake while Jackson's bustling scene is a short drive away.