Another notable point of interest includes the the Grays Bay Dam which is operated by the Minnehaha Creek Watershed District to regulate the outflow of water from the lake and subsequently have some control over the level of the lake. The dam operates as the headwaters of the Minnehaha Creek and flows into the Mississippi River and eventually the Gulf of Mexico.
During summer, a wake restriction is typically in effect calling for calm waters. Libbs Lake is also connected via a channel on the south east side.
The Grays Bay Bridge and Causeway are significant landmarks for residents and visitors and provide some of the best views of Wayzata Bay and Grays Bay when traveling by motor vehicle. Grays Bay is also home to the Grays Bay boat landing which is easily one of the biggest, best and busiest on the Lake.
Notable real estate includes the Locust Hills Development on the northwest shore, Bantas Point Road, Crosby Cove, and Grays Bay Boulevard. If you are thinking of buying or selling in the Grays Bay Area of Lake Minnetonka, feel free call, text or click to get a concierge style response from Dan Gustafson and the network of agents at Coldwell Banker Burnet in Wayzata.
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