Columbia Lake

Columbia Lake

Sunny day on Columbia Lake! Columbia Lake offers the fun of a powerboat lake with perks of a private lake since only Columbia, CT property owners have access. Beautiful shoreline of Columbia Lake A little fishing at sunset ends a perfect day on Columbia Lake. Home owners enjoy R&R on the waterfront at Columbia Lake!
8 Sleepy Hollow
Price Range: $150,000 - $700,000
Area Type: Lakes

About Columbia Lake in Columbia, CT

One of the premier lakes in Connecticut, Columbia Lake is carefully maintained and properties surrounding the lake have a significant premium attached to them. This is a fully recreational lake, owned and operated by the town of Columbia.
The lake is private and does not offer a public boat launch, this creates  a quiet, peaceful setting even though powerboats, jet skis and water skiing is allowed. Unlike many large lakes, lake access is limited to direct lakefront property owners and Columbia Ct property owners. There is a lot of fun to be had on the lake and it is rarely over-crowded, here you can enjoy an active lake lifestyle with a private atmosphere.
The Columbia lake beach is a hub of activity during the warm summer months and is very well maintained, season passes to the beach are available through the First Selectman’s Office. The beach season begins Memorial Day Weekend with  lifeguards and lake patrols on duty throughout the summer months. Visit the Columbia Lake Beach website for beach hours, lifeguard hours and fees.

School Information for Columbia Lake

School info coming soon.

Columbia Lake Amenities & Activities

  • Birding
  • Canoeing
  • Fall Foliage
  • Kayaking
  • Nature/Walking Trails
  • Skiing
  • Swimming

Columbia Lake Properties for Sale

Below are a few properties currently listed for sale in the MLS.  And you can contact us, Elaine and Tom Burns, your home buying and selling specialist team, to help find you the perfect Columbia home for sale.  It's time to move into the home of your dreams. 

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