Lake Shore Homes is an exclusive community of landowners on the southwest shore of pristine Loon Lake in eastern Washington state.
The Lake Shore Homes Association has been in existence since 1928 and was developed for the express purpose of protecting the membership, the lake and the land that we love for generations to come.
The LSH property boasts a protected 68-acre forest with several walking trails, a community beach and park, boat launch and various regional wildlife such as deer, moose, raccoon, squirrels and numerous species of birds, including our very own long-time resident Osprey.
"The Mighty Loon" has always been known as one of the finest fishing lakes in the state for Kokanee, Rainbow, Perch and Bass. State record-sized Mackinaw (Lake Trout) came out of Loon Lake in the mid-60's, weighing in at over 30 pounds and held the record until 1999. Loon also holds the WORLD RECORD for Tiger Trout at 24-1/2 lbs. in 2021 and the following year a 27 lb 6 oz Tiger caught by the previous year's record holders Mom!
The goals of the association:
1. Protection of our Forest Lands and of the ecology of the lake
2. Preservation of the natural beauty of the area. Promotion of safety by encouraging proper boating, swimming and hiking habits
3. Development and preservation of recreational opportunities for all residents
REMINDERS for Association Members