We drove into this well-planned lake community on Ponderosa Loop and listened to the unique sound of the wind through the needles. The trees provide seclusion and privacy, but they also consistently provide nesting habitat for Bald Eagles. We circled the off-lake area as we drove.
Several beautiful homes overlook the lake, and eight platted lots remain available as building sites. Each lot has utilities to connect, including electric, rural water, and fiber optic internet. This lot has approximately 100 feet of lakeshore frontage and is approximately 400 feet deep from the road to the water. Three rows of Ponderosa Pine line the back of each lot near the road, providing a visual screen from the road, scenery, wind shelter, and the ambiance of a Northwoods lake paradise.
Campbell is connected to Enemy Swim Lake by a causeway under County Road T500. Both lakes are multispecies fisheries, and Campbell is best known for Smallmouth Bass, Bluegill, and Perch fishing. The maximum lake depth is approximately 13 feet, and the bottom substrates are pebble, gravel, and sand. Beneficial rooted aquatic plants such as Pencil Reeds, Pondweed, Coontail, and Cattails provide habitat for fish. Similar to Enemy Swim Lake, Campbell has several points, bars, and varied bottom topography enhancing structure in the lake. There are no public boat launches on Campbell, so traffic on the lake is minimal and mostly restricted to property owner use. Beaver add structure by felling trees along the largely undeveloped lakeshore, which provides great territories for bass to hideout.
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Building eligibility with utilities nearby
Potential passive income from farming
Investment opportunity develop and sell backlots and frontage lots
Opportunities for commercial development
Located approximately 1 mile east of Waubay National Wildlife Refuge
Webster, SD is 20 miles to the southwest
Interstate 29 is 20 miles to the east
Campbell Lake is approximately 600 surface acres
Enemy Swim Lake is approximately 2,100 surface acres
Excellent access off blacktop County Road T500
Public boat launch and swimming beach on Enemy Swim Lake 3/4 mile north
Campbell Lake has limited public access via causeway to Enemy Swim Lake
Private community launch on eastern property boundary