Moses Lake


112Listings$50K-$9.5M$54.7MTotal Value
Moses Lake, Washington

Moses Lake real estate is considered the fifth largest market for lake homes and lake lots in Washington.

There are typically 120 lake homes for sale on Moses Lake at any given time. The lake will usually have 80 or so lake lots and land for sale.

Moses Lake homes for sale have an average list price of $305,000, with many great homes at higher and lower prices.

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About Moses Lake
The Epicenter of Natural Beauty

Moses Lake is the bustling core of Washington, in a town of the same name. Kennewick, Washington is around an hour and a half away with big-city attractions and amenities.

The area is conveniently positioned off I-90 only seven miles from Grant County International Airport. There are several medical clinics and hospitals within the city.

Moses Lake also offers a full K-12 public school system, as well as several private education options for students of all ages.

Small-Town Atmosphere, Big City Attractions

Moses Lake is home to dozens of restaurants and bars both familiar and local, each quickly accessible by foot, bus, or car.

The city is also home to the family-friendly Surf n’ Slide Water Park, including notable attractions such as a lazy river, artificial surfing, two 200-foot water slides, tubing, sand volleyball courts, and an Olympic-sized competitive swimming pool.

The Moses Lake Museum and Art Center offer a look into the area’s breathtaking natural history from the ice age to the modern age. The museum showcases a new exhibit every six to eight weeks and offers free admission for families between noon and 2 p.m. on the first Saturday of the month. The museum also hosts an adults-only night to allow free space for adults to participate in enriching artistic programs.

The Moses Lake Golf Club is located just under six miles from the city. The club offers lessons, tournaments, a driving range, and a championship 18-hole course for golfers of all skill levels.

Take a Walk (or Cast a Line) on the Wild Side

Moses Lake boasts a year-round abundance of walleye and smallmouth bass, as well as largemouth bass, bluegill sunfish, and black crappie in certain seasons.

The lake features boat and shore fishing access in all seasons. In cold winters, anglers gather at Blue Heron Park to ice fish for rainbow trout and yellow perch.

Less than four miles from the city is Blue Heron Park. Offering over 78 acres of land to explore, including attractions such as a boat launch, a fishing bridge, walking trails, wetlands, and a nine-hole disc golf course.

Columbia National Wildlife Refuge is home to several seep lakes and countless numbers of migratory birds and other native fauna in far higher densities than normally observed.

Potholes State Park is situated 13 miles from Moses Lake, featuring many geological depressions created during the Ice Age that now form hundreds of small islands surrounded by “Pothole” lakes. The Park also features over 6,000 feet of shoreline and facilities for camping, boating, swimming, fishing, hiking, and other water activities.

June hosts the area's annual Water Sports Festival including water-skiing, wakeboarding, and other competitive water sporting events.

The Moses Lake Sand Dunes are located just over five miles out and are open year-round to 4x4 and off-road enthusiasts.

Prime Lake Living

Whether you are looking to buy a family home, a full-time retirement residence, or a vacation rental, Moses Lake is an excellent choice.