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-   -   Any private lakes with lots for sale in CA? (http://www.wakeworld.com/forum/showthread.php?t=200780)

deltawake 11-23-2004 8:45 PM

I am interested in possibly purchasing a lot on a private wakeboarding lake in California, preferably Nor Cal. <BR>Is there any such thing?

petertjr 11-23-2004 9:16 PM

buddy, my name is Peter T too, guess you don't care! <BR> <BR>Later <BR> <BR>

six 11-23-2004 9:55 PM

This is Mark of Realty Executives in Riverside. If you are interested in Canyon Lake then I could hook you up or give me a call so we can get details like what you can afford and cities that are the best choice for you and your family,like crime and area schools,lake conditions and how long the glass will last;) 951/943-4075 Hm. 951/940-4848

w4k3b04rd3r19 11-23-2004 9:57 PM

Lake California is a private lake located in norcal. Its about 20 minutes from Redbluff and about 20 from Redding. Its also a private gated community. However the lake in certian areas don't look that nice it looks really muddy, but they are really nice homes. They sell for about 500,000 to 3 Million

11-23-2004 10:11 PM

I think the Folsom Lake area has houses for sale, but you'll have to give up an arm and a leg for lakeside property. You could get a good deal if you're willing to drive for 10mins. <BR>

kevin_bird 11-23-2004 10:12 PM

Peter there are numerous lakes all around Northern and central CA the fresno area has at least five that i know of. I know of a lake near tracy that hasw lots for sale if you are interested email me and i can get you information. Also i know there are many lakes near the sacramento area. But i have no details on that

11-23-2004 10:19 PM

Oh, <i>private</i> lakes, my bad.

jbjboc 11-24-2004 9:12 AM

Bakersfield area has something like 20 private lakes- Paradise Lakes I believe has lots for sale. They're mostly set up for skiing though, so beware and make sure the lake association allows weighted boats ect wherever you buy. Another thing to check is the lake depths. Most ski lakes are only 4'-6' deep, which makes it difficult to get a decent wake. Newer lakes are being built a little deeper, so check that out. Association fees are also expensive, or can be at some lakes.......

aidan 11-24-2004 11:33 PM

There is new private lake in Ramona now , 3 acre estate homes..........

wcr 11-25-2004 10:40 AM

there is a private lake in brentwood (norcal)not to much info but, I think it is off balfour rd.

greatdane 11-26-2004 1:54 PM

Here's one house on the ski-lake in brentwood. <BR> <BR><img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/messages/65919/200907.jpg" alt="ski-lake"> <BR> <BR>Here's discovery bay. <BR> <BR><img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/messages/65919/200908.jpg" alt="disco-bay">

svlridermike 11-27-2004 2:29 PM

Spring Valley Lake in Victorville (sorry So. Cal). 200 Acre lake. We have a great wakeboard club with 4 wakeboard tournaments a year. The Lake is 8 to 15 feet deep. Call Karen Brown, She has done me right numerous times. (760) 243-sold.

scottleeds 07-12-2018 4:25 PM

Check this link to a private Lake in Southern CA for Wakeboarding or Wake Surfing
 
http://www.ski-it-again.com/php/skii...e&postid=46715


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