Lake Cora

Paw Paw, Michigan

Lake Cora is a 197 acre All Sport lake located in Paw Paw, Michigan within the Southeastern corner of Van Buren County, east from Reynolds Lake, west from Three Mile Lake and north from Christie Lake. The public access site includes a hard ramp, parking for 15 vehicles and restrooms, located on the west side of the lake, off 46th Street. This lake has waters as deep as 58 feet.  There is a tourist train that runs along the lake. This lake is known for its Largemouth Bass.

Paw Paw, Michigan is a village in Van Buren County that covers almost 3 square miles and is the county seat. The village is in southwest Michigan about 20 miles west of Kalamazoo. This rural area has a lot of grape growers.This area is in the heart of Michigan’s wine country. The grapes are used for wine, juice and jelly. They have some fine dining restaurants. Paw Paw is home to St. Julian Winery, Coca Cola North America and Knouse Foods. Paw Paw is host to an annual Wine and Harvest Festival in September along with the Paw Paw Days and Classic Car Show. Paw Paw, Michigan has quite a few lakes to enjoy.

Lake Cora Is close to :
  • Chicago IL  125 miles
  • Elkhart IN  42 miles
  • Grand Rapids MI  70 miles
  • Kalamazoo MI  31 miles
  • Saugatuck MI 44 miles
  • South Bend IN 49 miles
  • South Haven MI  26 miles
  • St Joseph MI  34 miles

If you are looking for a home on Lake Cora in Paw Paw, Michigan, Valerie Bomberger, ABR, AHWD  with REMAX Harbor Country can set you up with a FREE home finder search that will let you know when properties come up for sale. If you are looking to sell a home Valerie can furnish with a FREE CMA to help with your sale price.

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