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Let’s be honest. One of the main reasons most residents were initially drawn here is because of the lakes. For me, it started when my Mom and Dad bought a home on the small lake, known as Keaton’s lake. Soon thereafter my sister and brother-in-law also bought a home here. As destiny would have it my wife Megan and I also bought in Lake of the Woods. I know of countless other families’ that had the same wonderful thing happen. It’s just such a comfortable place to call home.
Each lake has something unique to offer and appeals to a wide range of water activities and age levels. Keaton’s Lake, at 24 acres, is much smaller by comparison to the 500 acre Main Lake but no less desirable. Keaton’s lake boasts a laid back, “No Wake” atmosphere and allows for electric or self-powered crafts only. Imagine buying a home in Lake of the Woods and sitting on your dock watching the swans glide by. Also known as the “Fishing Lake” it’s very common to see early morning anglers trying to hook the “big one.” Keaton's Lake provides one public launch area and a sand beach known as Cumberland Beach which, coincidentally, is located on Cumberland Circle.
The Main Lake is the “crème de la crème” at a massive 500 acres. You will see some of the same self-powered water crafts you find on Keaton’s Lake, but you’ll also find water skiing, pontoon boating, swimming, fishing, sailing, canoeing, and kayaking. The lake has a maximum depth of around 45 feet, has two marinas, and eight sandy beaches. Lake patrol is out during the season so make sure you are following all boating rules and regulation for the safety of your fellow boaters. Speed is limited to 36 MPH and boaters must travel in a counter-clockwise rotation at the lake.
If you have any question please contact:
Lakes Manager 540-972-5548
Marina Manager 540-972-2218