Lake Living

Lake Winnebago offers opportunities to live, work and play

With more than 400 acres of lake and a shoreline that continues to develop as new phases are built and community amenities are added, Lee’s Summit’s Lake Winnebago is a water paradise for kids and adults of all ages. According to agent Renee Amey, whether you’re wanting to fish, find a group to learn crafting, relax on the boat with friends or get in a kayak workout after a long day, there’s a way for everyone in the family to find a way to unwind and connect at Lake Winnebago. 

Established in the 1960s, Lake Winnebago’s rich history has provided a firm foundation that will support the growing and thriving lake community as it has added approximately 145 acres of water and continues to see new homeowners flock to the area. With its own City Hall, police and fire presence and governance structure, Winnebago seeks to comprehensively serve its residents’ needs. There’s a little something for everyone, including Safety Days focused on family friendly, educational offerings, to hosting shopping events, turtle races, barbeque competitions and garden clubs. 

“Living at Lake Winnebago has been such a blessing for our family. The lake and teaching our kids to swim and ski has brought us years of memories, and the friends we’ve made will last a lifetime. I wouldn’t trade it for anything,” said a local resident.

As the south side of the lake has been developed, almost three hundred new lots with homes have been recently finished or are under construction, and the burgeoning community continues its forward focus. A five-acre amenity area is planned, which will include a resort-style zero entry pool and community building. Additionally, a boat ramp with security gate and parking are available for residents, along with two miles of paved walking trails. The Arrowhead Yacht Club, also known as the Lake Winnebago Yacht Club, is available for weddings and special events, as well as offering outdoor entertainment and dining options for residents.

Whether you’re jumping waves on the jet ski, getting pulled on the tube, or trying your luck wakeboarding, soaring across Lake Winnebago will bring out your inner child and have you feeling right at home, so if you’re on the hunt for a new community to call home, check out https://lakewinnebago.org or contact Renee Amey with the ReMax team to learn more about this growing lake area.

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