Lake Coleman


$740KTotal Value
Lake Coleman, Texas

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

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    About Lake Coleman
    Coleman County, Texas

    Lake Coleman is about 13 miles north of Coleman, Texas, and 45 miles southeast of Abilene.

    There are many small airports nearby Lake Coleman, but the closest sizable airport is Abilene Regional and is less than a 45-minute drive from the lake. Emergency care can be found at Coleman County Medical Center which is 25 miles away.

    Stock up on snacks and essentials at family-owned Hiway groceries about 20 miles away, or try one of the recommended restaurants such as Black Cur, Hidalgo’s Cafe, and Coleman Coldwater Cattle Company Steakhouse.

    Endless Opportunities

    At 2000 acres and a depth of 48 feet, Lake Coleman is vast, making it incredibly difficult to run out of things to do on it, or places to explore.

    There are three boat ramps, with two main ones located near Press Morris Park. There are picnic and camping sites, as well as a marina and bait store. However, there are no boat rentals and the area is not ADA accessible.

    The lake is well known for hybrid striped bass fishing, especially during the summer and early fall. Largemouth bass fishing is best from September through May. Flathead catfish can also be found on this lake.

    Visit Coleman

    Coleman, Texas is known as "The Hunting Capital of Texas" since there is a wide array of outdoor experiences and ample wildlife. Residents can hunt deer, turkeys, ducks, doves, and quails.

    Coleman City Park includes fun for all ages, such as picnic areas, tennis courts, and an Olympic-sized swimming pool.

    In addition to Lake Coleman, the city is surrounded by several other lakes: Ivie Reservoir, Lake Scarborough, Memory Lake, Lake Santa Anna, and Hord’s Creek.

    Explore Nature

    Less than an hour and a half away from the lake are two state parks perfect for exploring.

    Abilene State Park is 37 miles away and offers Lake Abilene access, a fishing pond, a swimming pool, trails, camping, geocaching, a sand volleyball court, fishing, boating, and more.

    Lake Brownwood State Park is 54.5 miles away and offers Lake Brownwood access, fishing, boating, swimming, trails, pavilions, group halls, geocaching, a volleyball court, a softball field, camping, and more.

    Excellent Location for Lake Life

    Whether you are looking to buy a family home, a full-time retirement residence, or waterfront property, Lake Coleman is an excellent choice.