Lake McQueeney Real Estate:
Lake McQueeney is conveniently located between New Braunfels and Seguin. Part of the lake is in the unincorporated city of McQueeney. It is downriver of Lake Dunlap however upriver of Lake Placid. Lake McQueeney has long been known as the "Waterski Capital of Texas." Lake McQueeney has produced world class athletes such as the 1957 World champion jumper, Joe Mueller, to the 2003 Collegiate Wakeboard National Champion, Hunter Croan (your waterfront real estate agent). Lake McQueeney Real Estate prices range from homes for sale in the 300’s to the multi-millions.
Lake McQueeney is one of the most well-known of the area lakes. The main attraction to Lake McQueeney is the Lake Breeze Ski Lodge (The Lodge). For the most part, the closer you are to The Lodge, the higher the value of the real estate. In fact, the lower part of Lake McQueeney is the highest valued real estate of any of the area lakes.
Lake Dunlap Real Estate:
Lake Dunlap is a dammed section of the Guadalupe River just like all of the other lakes mentioned on this page. It runs 7 miles downriver from IH35 in downtown New Braunfels. When compared to Lake McQueeney or Lake Placid, Lake Dunlap is the longest and largest lake. Lake Dunlap attracts water skiers, wakeboarders, wakesurfers, and fishermen alike. Lake Dunlap Real Estate is popular because of its convenient New Braunfels location and the clarity of the water. These reasons have led to Lake Dunlap Real Estate values being comparable to and/or higher than certain parts of Lake McQueeney. Lake Dunlap Homes For Sale start in the 300’s to the multi-millions.
Lake Placid Real Estate:
Lake Placid is just downriver from Lake McQueeney and runs about 5 miles in length. Lake Placid starts in downtown McQueeney and runs to the outskirts of Seguin. Lake Placid is not as well-known as Lake McQueeney and has quite a bit of natural shoreline, which makes for calmer waters and less boats. This lake is quite similar in width, boat traffic, and overall feel as Lake Dunlap (just 2 miles shorter). Also, a higher percentage of Lake Placid is boatable when compared to Lake McQueeney or Lake Dunlap, so although it is smaller, it feels just as big as its upriver neighbors. Lake Placid Texas Real Estate typically ranges with homes for sale from the upper 200’s to the 800’s.
Meadow Lake (Lake Nolte) Real Estate:
Meadow Lake, which is also known as Lake Nolte, is one of the smallest lakes in the chain of lakes at about 4 miles of usable lake. This lake can be used for all the same proposes as the lakes listed above. The Lake Info Blog has a few video tours and additional info on Meadow Lake Real Estate. It is a quiet and calm lake, which is one reason the fishermen and avid waterskiers/wakeboards like this lake so much. Meadow Lake real estate is quickly gaining in popularity however you can still find Meadow Lake homes for sale and properties that are reasonably priced. Click on Meadow Lake Real Estate to view Meadow Lake homes for sale.
Canyon Lake Real Estate:
Canyon Lake is owned by the Corp of Engineers and covers about 8240 acres with about 80 miles of shoreline and an average depth of 43-feet. Canyon Lake Waterfront Real Estate is popular for the breathtaking views of the wide open blue waters of Canyon Lake.
Lake Seguin Real Estate:
Lake Seguin is the smallest and narrowest lake in this area. Most people believe that Lake Seguin is not a boatable lake however it is. You can waterski, wakeboard, jetski, kayak, and fish on this lake. The Seguin Paddle Trail runs the length of Lake Seguin. They also just opened up a new restaurant on this lake which is a converted power plant (located at the dam that separated Lake Seguin and Meadow Lake). Lake Seguin Real Estate is typically more affordable because of its size and that it is the least known out of the area lakes.