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We are looking for the clearest most pristine lake for a potential retirement location for our future. Our ideal would be about 10 acres, lake-side, and with the ability to have a dock. THIS IS NOT A SOLICITATION TO BUY. We want your best recommendation for us to explore for a future retirement location.

So the question is, if you could retire lakeside at any lake in the US that had four seasons, relatively low taxes, pretty woods, and clear water, at a semi-reasonable value where would you pick? What is your dream lake?


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teel lake in wis . I fish way to much .been there done that on over 100 differant lakes its the best for the things your looking for. close to hayward wis.

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MrChuckles wrote:

We are looking for the clearest most pristine lake for a potential retirement location for our future. Our ideal would be about 10 acres, lake-side, and with the ability to have a dock. THIS IS NOT A SOLICITATION TO BUY. We want your best recommendation for us to explore for a future retirement location.

So the question is, if you could retire lakeside at any lake in the US that had four seasons, relatively low taxes, pretty woods, and clear water, at a semi-reasonable value where would you pick? What is your dream lake?


use this link to search a huge database of lakeside and lake front properties. good luck.


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Thanks, I've looked at that but would also like your thoughts to focus my search. You guys have actually seen the lakes.

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Lake Waccamaw, Lake Tillery, Lake Jordan, High Rock Lake, Badin Lake all in NC or there is Santee Cooper in South Carolina. Nice warm summers and mild winters. And best of all~ Southern Hospitality !

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A quick Google and those are some cool lakes. Thanks.

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After 7 years of fulltiming & cris-crossing the country, the ideal retirement location in the US is North in the Summer and South in the Winter. Take your choice of W or E.

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A little colder than I would prefer in Minnesota. Something central or southern would be more to our taste. Thanks though.

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Any of the Great Lakes!!! You also have thousands of lakes with your request in MI alone.





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10,000+ lakes here in Minnesota with 150 miles of shoreline on the largest lake in the world plus the 1,000,000 acre canoe wilderness.

Surely there must be something that would fit you needs.


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