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An Exclusive Water Destination

Enjoy the serenity of a private lake consisting of over 44 acres of pristine water. Relax in the newly remodeled lake house with water views overlooking the exclusive BrightWater Bay. There is plenty of fun outside the lake and on the sandy beach, too.

Where is BrightWater Bay?

4900 W 31st St. S, Wichita, KS 67215

Discover Wichita’s new oasis and enjoy a thrilling day with the whole family. Book your experience today.

“What a gem for Wichita! Feels like vacation and it’s only 15 minutes away! I enjoyed the whole property with over 50 women and we loved everything! We kayaked, floated, played Pickleball, shuffleboard, horseshoes, and generally just enjoyed life! BWB staff was great to work with – receptive and professional. Will be back!”

Elizabeth Boshuizen Hotaling
Jeff Lange

“This has been an exciting project to bring something so unique to Wichita. From my first time I visited the property, I felt a sense of relaxation immediately upon entering the gates. BrightWater Bay is so close to work and home, but yet when you are there you feel totally secluded from civilization.”

Jeff Lange

“BrightWater Bay was an amazing experience! My kids loved the beach area and the swimming in the lake. The house was amazing! Our day there was incredible and I would highly recommend BrightWater Bay to my friends and family!”

Jennifer Budde

“BWB has an awesome sandy beach, clean clear water, easy boat loading and unloading access and private atmosphere. We will definitely be planning several trips this summer”

Aaron Barnes

“Enjoyed BrightWater Bay today for Memorial Weekend! Great facilities, nice smooth water and it felt like a private retreat. If you’re looking for a getaway destination in the heart of Wichita check this place out!”

Brandon Devlin
Jeff Blubaugh

“As a City councilman, I am excited to see the development of something unique to the city of Wichita. Those in the Wichita area should really embrace the opportunity to enjoy a private lake right in the city versus having to travel 30 minutes to 5 hours to the typical lake destinations we all go from here.”

Jeff Blubaugh