Coon Lake Lots ~ Ham Lake, MN ~ Built To Suit

Coon Lake Lot

We will Custom Design a New Home of Your Dreams. Package pricing $1.1 M to $2.5 Million.

School District 11, Anoka-Hennepin

We have two separate 50′ lots for individual Custom-Building Sites Or
we can Join as a 100 ft. building site.
Lots adjoin each other.

Lot One

3837 Interlachen Drive, 55304
0.540 Acres. 50′ x 382′ x 60′ x 338′
Coon Lake
Comfort Resort Ham Lake Twp lot 4 Blk 2 Comfort Resort

Lot Two

38XX Interlachen Drive, 55304
50′ x 370′ (approximately subject to final survey)
Coon Lake

South Shore House Plan on Coon Lake, Ham Lake, MN

3837 Interlachen Drive, Ham Lake, MN 55304

Special Feature: Lake Front Property
Community: Coon Lake
Bedrooms: 3+ Loft | Bathrooms: 3 | Sq. Ft. 2,444
Status: 50′ Lot or Combine 2 lots for 100′

Price: $999,780.00

Adjoining Lots Can Be Combined

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Coon Lake

Coon Lake is located in the city of East Bethel, in the northern part of Anoka County.

Species Present:

  • Northern Pike: above average abundance, average size.
  • Largemouth Bass: average abundance, average size.
  • Bluegill: above average abundance, average size.
  • Crappie: average abundance, smaller than average size.
  • Bullhead species: average abundance, average size.
  • Yellow Perch: low abundance, small size.
  • Walleye: low abundance, average size.

Boat Access:

  • DNR Access is located on the north shore of the west basin, just west of the narrows. To reach this site, turn off Anoka County Road 22 (Viking Blvd.) at Thielen Blvd. N.E. and go south to the access.
  • Anoka County access is located within Coon Lake County Park. This facility is located on the eastern shore of the east basin, just off Lexington Ave. North (County Road 17).
  • This lake has a surface water use restriction limiting travel in part of the narrows between the two basins to slow, no wake.

Shore Angling:
Shore angling is limited on this lake by aquatic vegetation and shallow water close to shore. Anglers fish from the rock jetties at the DNR access. There may be some shore angling in the County park, but the water is very shallow in that area of the lake.

Special Regulation:
Walleye caught on Coon Lake must be at least 17 inches long to keep.

Management Plans:

  • Fisheries standard lake survey in 2025.
  • Monitor winter oxygen levels as needed.
  • Operation of winter aeration devices by Anoka County Parks.
  • Stock 549 pounds of Walleye fingerlings annually.

Aquatic Invasive Species Alert:
This lake contains Eurasian watermilfoil. Remove any visible plant material from boat, trailer and boating equipment before leaving the lake.


Northern Pike and Bluegill provide the majority of angling opportunities on this lake. Both species are numerous, but are small. There have been reports of improved bass fishing here with some larger fish being taken.

Once noted as a lake to fish for big Crappie, Coon has become a bass-bluegill lake since aeration began in the lake 1980s, with Bluegill replacing Crappie as the most abundant species. Crappie are still present, but in much lower abundance than before the aeration system was installed.

Walleye management by the state began in 2008. Walleye are present, but in low abundance. The special regulation is intended to increase the catch rate of Walleye and limit harvest to larger fish.

Ham Lake Accessory Building Requirements

Coon Lake Lot

Coon Lake Aerial Plat

Coon Lake Lots Survey

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