Lakefront Clearlake Vacation Home on the Water

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2629 Lagoon Drive, Lakeport, CA 95453



Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Sleeps 6
Per night $175
Per week $1,000
Type: Home
Description of the Lakeport vacation home rental
A "FISH HOOK" shaped lagoon with your own private dock. This is a fully stocked house. Only a 5 minute idle, or a 5 minute drive, to the Konocti Vista Casino boat ramp. You will find a professionally cleaned 2 bedroom 2 bath home with a dishwasher,washer/dryer, 2 tvs with vcr and dvd's. The front yard will hold your boat and trailer,(perfect for rigging the night before, and to stay away from the crowd) or leave the boats at your private safe and secure dock,(in your back yard). Shady back yard with lawn and willow tree. You can idle over to boat check-in and your ready for blast off! You will find allot of parking for boat trailers and vehicles right in front of the house!
It is also set-up for family's while you are fishing the tournament, pre-fishing, or just fun fishing with friends and family! Fully fenced yard with lots of parking. 1 king bed w/AC, 2 twins in 2nd bedroom, 1 full sofa bed in the family room, w/cooler. All rooms have sliding glass doors to backyard and your boat.
Wine tasting Casino Boat and Cars shows Friday nite concerts in the park, Saturday car races, museum's and antique shopping on Main street all just 5 minutes away.
The house is perfect for up to 6 people. Free wireless internet & cable TV included. Email for more information.

Steven Schmidt

Area Info
Incorporated in 1888, Lakeport is the oldest town in Lake County and the county seat. Located on the west shore of Clear Lake, the largest freshwater lake and possibly the oldest lake in North America, this enchanting city offers small town character and natural beauty.

Shoppers and visitors can stroll the quaint and picturesque Main Street, which still maintains its old-time charm. Visit the Lake County Historic Museum which features Indian artifacts dating back to the Stone Age. Enjoy Lakeport's Library Park located on the water's edge, just off Main Street.

Lakeport is also known for its exciting recreational activities, such as boating, wake boarding, swimming, sailing, and kayaking. Known as the "Bass Capital of the West," Clear Lake has become a popular destination for fishermen. With a delightful atmosphere, beautiful environment, and friendly people, Lakeport is a great place to visit with activities and amusement for all ages.


Property Rates

Begins Ends Week
Weekly Monthly Min
Jan 01 2014 Dec 31 2015 $175 $175 $1,000 - 1 Night
: 1 p.m. : 12 a.m.
Deposits: Full amount due at booking
Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Mastercard, Money Order, Personal Check, Visa
Other Fees: Cleaning fee $100
Other Vacation Rental Amenities
The City of Lakeport is located on the western shore of Clear Lake just north of the intersection of State Highways 29 and 175. Lakeport was originally settled in the late 1850s and incorporated as a town in 1888. In its early years, the town served as a shipping port from which passengers and supplies were ferried to various points across the lake. The community was later designated as a city and has served as the seat of Lake County government for many years.

There are several unique and historic buildings in Lakeport which is centered around a quaint Victorian era downtown and the historic Lake County Courthouse Square. With a population of just over 5,200 people, Lakeport has a quintessential small town atmosphere. The historic Downtown area is the focus of the Lakeport Main Street Association which has been instrumental in placing decorative lampposts on several blocks of Main Street and has also sponsored beautiful hanging flower baskets (2 per lamppost), greatly enhancing the area. They also produce the downtown showcase event ‘Taste of Lakeport’ featuring Lake County wines, local restaurant fare, tasty treats and live music.
Library Park is the centerpiece of Lakeport’s Clear Lake shoreline, with free Friday night summer concerts, a huge July 4th celebration, and various other community events. Several shopping centers and commercial areas are developed on Lakeport Boulevard, 11th Street, High Street, and Main Street.

The Lake County Fairgrounds, which hosts summer auto races, the annual Lake County Rodeo in July and the County Fair in late August, is situated just southwest of downtown. You will find shopping, professional services, dining, overnight accommodations, quality housing in nice neighborhoods, good schools, medical facilities and a lot of nice people. For more information about Lakeport, visit city of Lakeport. Come see us soon.
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