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Lake Manassas Homes For Sale
Virginia

Lake Manassas Homes For Sale
Virginia

Lake Manassas, Virginia

The Lake Manassas real estate market is a tight inventory marketplace for lake property in Virginia.

Lake Manassas Real Estate

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Updated as of
12-04-2019

Lake Manassas, Virginia

The Lake Manassas real estate market is a tight inventory marketplace for lake property in Virginia.

 

Lake Manassas Real Estate for Sale

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About Lake Manassas

Located in Prince William County, Virginia, Lake Manassas is a 700 acre reservoir that is owned and operated by the city of Manassas. The lake was created in the late 1960s and was open to the public from 1980-1995. In 1999 the only marina on the lake closed making the lake inaccessible. In 2004 the City Council decided to make it illegal to boat on the lake. Although attempts have been made to reopen the lake, it remains off limits.

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Lake Manassas Information

State: Virginia

County: Prince William County

Operated/Managed by: City of Manassas

Ownership: Public

Acreage covered: 770

Lake Manassas Restrictions

Jet Skis allowed: No

Motorized boats allowed: No

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About Lake Manassas

Located in Prince William County, Virginia, Lake Manassas is a 700 acre reservoir that is owned and operated by the city of Manassas. The lake was created in the late 1960s and was open to the public from 1980-1995. In 1999 the only marina on the lake closed making the lake inaccessible. In 2004 the City Council decided to make it illegal to boat on the lake. Although attempts have been made to reopen the lake, it remains off limits.

Lake Manassas Information

State: Virginia

County: Prince William County

Operated/Managed by: City of Manassas

Ownership: Public

Acreage covered: 770

Lake Manassas Restrictions

Jet Skis allowed: No

Motorized boats allowed: No