Best Kept Secret in Northwest Missouri

Lake Viking is a private 630-acre man-made lake with excellent fishing, lots of wildlife, water sports, boating, and swimming. It’s a great place to live!

630 Acres of Clean, Clear Water

An “Ozark-type lake,” Lake Viking is surrounded by hills and many natural lake fingers or coves. The lake ranges to a depth of over 70 feet.

Over 19 Miles of Maintained Shore Line

The entire Lake Viking community encompassess over 2,300 acres of hilly, tree-covered land.

Owned Entirely by Private Property Owners

Real Estate at Lake Viking is a “traditional market” where private owners offer their property for sale to prospective buyers, with or without the involvement of real estate brokers.

Conveniently Located in Rural Countryside

It’s a great place to live! Lake Viking is just an hour northeast of Kansas City (or an hour east of St. Joseph on U.S. Highway 36, then turn north) on I-35 to Exit #68.

Lake Viking ... lake living the better way!

All property owners are part of the Viking Valley Association and pay membership dues & assessments based on the number of lots owned. Dues are set by the Covenants and Restrictions, with assessments approved annually by the membership.

Viking Valley Association

Mission Statement:

Lake Viking is a private lake aspiring to preserve our community and environment for future generations.

Help us avoid expensive, invasive Mussel damage!

Thus far there has been no incident of zebra and/or quagga mussels invading the waters of Lake Viking -- and we want to keep it that way! Please focus on this threat by spending a few moments reading or watching this information provided by the 100th Meridian...

Season’s Greeting from the Lake Viking Yacht Club!

The Yacht is situated on a 3-acre peninsula that is a restricted use community area that was incorporated 1972 for the use and enjoyment of the members inside of the platted yacht club boundaries. These boundaries, both tier and waterfront lots, included in this...

Board of Directors December Meeting

Call to Order  Tony Gronniger, lot 2281, called the meeting to order, held in the upper level of the clubhouse at 6:30pm. Board members present were:  Marvin McNabb, lot 28; Mike Booth, lot 2380; Allan Slavin, lot 181; Celeste Armanees, lot 62; Mark Leggett, lot...