MLS# 6190809 - LAKE HOME | 6 BEDROOMS | 4 BATHROOMS
THREE PROPERTIES, ONE PRICE! 300’ TOTAL FRONTAGE ON OTTERTAIL LAKE CANAL (OTTERTAIL LAKE ACCESS). . . .
MLS# 6257282 - COMMERCIAL Irregular
OTTER TAIL RIVER
GREAT INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY!! THIS BEAUTIFUL 19+ ACRE PROPERTY SITUATED ALONG THE OTTER TAIL RIVER . . .
MLS# 6222386 - LAKE LOT 660 x 440
OTTER TAIL RIVER
PERFECT LOCATION FOR YOUR DREAM HOME. JUST SHY OF 5 ACRES WITH MATURE TREES, THIS GORGEOUS RIVER . . .
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For many of us, our annual family vacation may not feel like much of a vacation. We spend so much time running around trying to do and see everything that we end up returning to work more exhausted than when we started. Why not take a different approach this year? Find a spot where you and your family can truly relax and appreciate the extraordinary world around you here at the beautiful Otter Tail Lake in western Minnesota.
The town of Ottertail is adjacent to the lake itself. Otter Tail Lake offers 13,725 acres of prime lake surface, perfect for fishing, boating, water-skiing and swimming. The lake is formally part of the Otter Tail Chain of Lakes. Big Pine Lake, Little Pine Lake, Rush Lake, East Lost Lake, West Lost Lake and Deer Lake are all incorporated in the Otter Tail chain. Motor boats, pontoons and jet skis are allowed on the lake. Otter Tail Lake offers approximately 21.7 miles of gorgeous lakeshore and its maximum depth is approximately 125 feet. The waters of Otter Tail Lake are extremely clear, with an approximately clarity depth of eight feet. When searching for the perfect Minnesota fishing destination, Otter Tail Lake is an ideal choice. The terrain of the lake bottom, including many bars, reefs and sunken islands make the waters a perfect breeding ground for northern pike, perch, smallmouth bass, rock bass, tullibee, white sucker, and, of course, walleye.
Even if fishing isn't your ideal way to spend an afternoon, there are plenty of activities in and around Otter Tail Lake. Golfing here is spectacular. The Balmoral Golf Course is a 72 par course featuring numerous water hazards and lush, rolling scenery; the perfect backdrop for a relaxing eighteen holes. Balmoral offers a pro shop, sandwiches and even a week-long membership option for folks looking to play a lot of golf in a short period of time. Horseback riding allows visitors to explore the terrain and forests of north central Minnesota. Area riding stables offer group tours and tamer corral rides for smaller children. In fall, hay rides and horse and buggy rides allow people to embrace autumn as the trees turn from green to the golden, orange and red hues of the season.
Shopping in the towns around Otter Tail Lake is unique and often charming. Antique shops with an array of vintage items can found throughout the region. Local farmers feature locally grown and produced jams, wines, cheeses, artisan crafts and countless other items in quaint markets. Depending on the season, visitors can pick their own blueberries, cherries, peaches or apples at a local orchard to take home a taste of the region. Local festivals such as the Phelps Mill Arts and Crafts Festival offer unique hand-crafted items created by the artists of the north central Minnesota region. Area towns include Battle Lake, Fergus Falls and Ottertail itself. Battle Lake hosts the annual Wenonga Days Festival, celebrating the rich Native American culture and lore of the region. Charming community activities such as the weekly turtle races in Battle Lake are sure to be memorable and unique for the smaller members of your travelling party. In Fergus Mills, visitors to the Otter Tail County Historical Society can tour the history of Otter Tail County from its early Native American inhabitants up until the present day. Visitors can explore Main Street as it existed one hundred years ago here in the city of Ottertail. The Otter Tail County Historical Society is also an excellent source for genealogical information.
Area state parks such as Glendalough State Park and Maplewood State Park are terrific destinations for hiking, ATV riding, camping and the like. Inspiration Peak State Park is the second highest point in the state and overlooks three counties and nine lakes. Opportunities for outdoor recreation are bountiful here in the region surrounding Otter Tail Lake.
If Otter Tail Lake sounds like the perfect destination for you and your family, why not consider the possibility of investing in a lake home or lake lot in this region? Many vacation cabins and homes are located on the water's edge, but it may be important to act quickly if the perfect option for you is put on the market. Properties sell quickly here due to the desirability of the lake. If you prefer, lake front lots can be a great way to invest in property and construct your very own dream home on Otter Tail Lake. While constructing your own home may be an involved and potentially more expensive process than buying a pre-existing property, it has the advantage of allowing you to tailor the design and materials to perfectly suit your living style and needs. In short, Otter Tail Lake is the perfect venue for everything from your next weekend respite to your vacation home destination!
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