Paddle your way to adventure on one of 11 recreational lakes in Hot Springs Village. Witness autumn’s beauty while you spend the day water skiing, kayaking or fishing. The temperate climate means you’ll have plenty of days to explore the great outdoors. You can even grill up your dinner at one of the lakeside pavilions and purchase bait, tackle, snacks and more at two-full service marinas.
Launch your fishing kayak from the Coronado, DeSoto, Cortez or Balboa boat ramps to reel in a big one.
Whether you want solitude or a great time with friends and family, you will find what you are searching for on a Hot Springs Village lake. Be sure to check out Hot Springs Village real estate.
Lake Balboa: Coming in at 944 acres, Lake Balboa is the largest lake in Hot Springs Village. It’s a haven for fishing, swimming and water sports of all kinds. Kick back and relax on the sandy beach, cook dinner on a nearby grill and get ready for a great time. Lake Balboa’s boat ramp is located off Ponce de Leon Drive.
Conveniently located on the shores of the lake, Balboa Marina offers a one-stop shop for your water sporting needs. Rent boats, kayaks, paddleboards and more. The marina offers both covered and non-covered slip rentals on a permanent or part-time basis as well as bait and tackle supplies. Be sure to ask about their sunset tours. And stop back in for some refreshments at the Tiki bar.
Lake Coronado: Located just off Murillo Way in Hot Springs Village, Lake Coronado’s Anglers Island, near the boat ramp, provides a quiet spot for fishing or relaxing. A trailhead to Lake Coronado Boat Ramp Trail includes a paved path to the island. Kick back at one of the picnic tables on Lake Coronado’s beach and grill up your catch. Swimming and other lake water sports are popular and boat slips are available.
Lake Cortez: Soak up the sun on Lake Cortez. With Hot Springs Village’s mild climate, you’ll have plenty of time to relax beachside. Fishing, swimming and other water sports are also popular on this lake. Gather at the picnic area, pavilion or gazebo. The boat ramp is located off Carmona Road.
Lake DeSoto: Cast your line in the waters of Lake DeSoto and you may reel in the ”big one.” Hot Springs Village lakes are full of bass, crappie and other sport fish. Put your feet up and relax at Lake DeSoto’s beach area. Go for a stroll on one of the nearby trails. The lake’s boat ramp is located on Marina Drive off DeSoto Blvd. Boat slip rentals are available at Waypoint Marina along with boat, canoe and paddle boat rentals.
Smaller HSV Lakes: Relax on one of several smaller lakes. Anglers and boaters alike enjoy fishing, kayaking or canoeing in peace. Towing sports are not permitted on these lakes.
Lake Estrella, 21 acres, boat ramp off Panorama Drive.
Lake Granada, 54 acres, boat ramp off Gusta Lane.
Lake Isabella, 25 acres, boat ramp off Pillar Lane.
Lake Maria, 27 acres, boat ramp off Linares Lane.
Lake Pineda, 62 acres, boat ramp off Camino Road.
Lake Segovia, 11 acres, no boat ramp.
Lake Sophia. 36 acres, boat ramp off El Cano Drive.
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