Lake Strause


Lake Strause, Pennsylvania

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

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    About Lake Strause
    Located in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania

    Lake Strause is an 11-acre lake located in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania. Philadelphia is situated 108 miles southeast, and New York City is 147 miles northeast.

    The nearest urgent care center is WellSpan Good Samaritan Hospital, 13 miles south in Lebanon, Pennsylvania. The Harrisburg International Airport is 36 miles southwest in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

    Fantastic food awaits Lake Strause residents in nearby Fredericksburg at places like the Fredericksburg Eagle Hotel, Gubba's, and Esther's.

    Living the Lake Lifestyle

    Those who enjoy quiet and a serene landscape will love Lake Strause. This is a private, resident-only lake, allowing for some quality R&R. Take your kayak out for a ride to enjoy a sunny morning or cast a line out! Anglers can expect to reel in bass, bluegill, carp, and catfish.

    If you're looking for a larger public lake to boat or fish in, you're in luck, as Memorial Lake is only 10 miles west of Strause. This 85-acre reservoir is located within a state park of the same name. Anglers should expect to find bass, muskie, northern pike, yellow perch, crappie, and various panfish.

    Nearby Nature

    Strause is nestled near State Game Lands 80. These plots of land are a dedicated space for legal hunting and trapping. During off-seasons, they also double as beautiful places to hike! A portion of the Appalachian National Scenic Trail runs through the middle of this plot.

    Swatara State Park is only a five-mile drive up I-81! This 3,500-acre park is settled between two mountain ranges and offers large tracts of forests and wetlands for visitors to explore!

    Explore Harrisburg

    The state capital of Pennsylvania is only 30 miles west of Lake Strause. Come visit the city that holds so much history, dating back to the infancy of the U.S.

    The most nationally recognized attraction around Harrisburg is Hersheypark. Founded by Milton S. Hershey, this park was built for the company’s employees in 1906. This park is nestled in Pennsylvania outdoors and features roller coasters, family rides, water rides, and more!

    Visit the Capitol Building Complex in downtown Harrisburg. On top of the main Capitol building is a 1/3 scale replica of the St. Peter's Basilica Dome. The interior features statues, murals, and other pieces of art spanning a timeline of more than a century!

    The Civil War Museum in Harrisburg is a Smithsonian affiliate that holds over 20,000 weapons, manuscripts, and artifacts from this dark time in American history. There are regular public lectures held here for visitors to attend.

    The oldest continually operating produce market in the United States is in Harrisburg! Visit the Broad Street Market, where there are nearly 40 vendors to give you a sample of the local Harrisburg flavor.

    A Perfect Lake for Anyone Seeking Pennsylvania's Finest

    If you’re looking to immerse yourself in the scenic hills and valleys Pennsylvania has to offer, take a look at Lake Strause. It may just be the location of your next lake home!