RESULTS 101 Lakes.
Bass Lake is a 46-acre lake in Oscoda County. Access this lake from Delano Rd or Saddleback Lake Rd in Comins, Michigan. Picnic, swim or boat at this lake.
Bay Harbor Lake is your access to Lake Michigan from the Bay Harbor resort community. Complete with a marina, docking assistance, concierge services, unique shopping, dining and more.
Beaver Lake in Lachine, Michigan is located in Alpena County. Spring fed and billed as one of the deepest lakes in the state, it is a 665-acre lake with a county park and boat access for fishing. Anglers have been awarded on Beaver Lake for smallmouth bass, bullheads, channel catfish, bluegill and walleye.
Lake Bellaire is located in Antrim County just southwest of Bellaire. It is a deep lake, popular for all sports including fishing and boating. Part of the Chain of Lakes, Lake Bellaire is linked to Clam Lake and Torch Lake.
A tributary of the Au Sable River, Big Creek is a popular stream for brook and brown trout. It originates at the south end of Caulkins Lake in Otsego County flowing south.
Big Manistique Lake or just Manistique Lake is a 10,000-acre (approximate) lake near Curtis in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Fed by the Helmer Creek and Portage Creek which connect the lake to North Manistique Lake and South Manistique Lake. There are four boat ramps, camping, and fishing available for bass, walleye, and yellow perch.
Located in Montmorency County's Albert Township, Big Wolf Lake is 236 acres of peace and quiet. Fish, kayak or canoe this inland lake just miles from Lewiston.
The seventh largest inland lake in Michigan with a surface area of over 10,000 acres, Black Lake is a wonderful all-sport lake. Popular for the short Sturgeon fishing season, summer boating, and year-round recreation. Black Lake is located in Cheboygan and Presque Isle Counties and is easily reached from M-68 Highway and M-33 Highway.
There are eight rivers in Michigan known as Black River. They are located in Alcona, Cheboygan, Allegan, Van Buren, Gogebic, Mackinac, Marquette, St. Clair and Ottawa Counties. Black River in Cheboygan County is nearly 80 miles long connecting the Cheboygan River to Black Lake.
Burt Lake, one of Northern Michigan's many popular lakes in the beloved Inland Water Route, is located in Cheboygan County. With over 17,000 acres, a length of approx. 10 miles and width of 5 miles, this is Michigan's 4th largest lake. Burt Lake boasts great fishing, boating and year 'round recreation. These listings are provided by the Emmet Association of Realtors.
Burt Lake, one of Northern Michigan's many popular lakes in the beloved Inland Water Route, is located in Cheboygan County. With over 17,000 acres, a length of approx. 10 miles and width of 5 miles, this is Michigan's 4th largest lake. Burt Lake boasts great fishing, boating and year 'round recreation. These listings are provided by the Water Wonderland Association of Realtors.
Located in Alcona and Iosco Counties, Cedar Lake is 1,075 acres. Cedar Lake is 5 ft. deep on average and is used for boating, swimming, fishing, and hunting. There are two main streams feeding into Cedar Lake; Sherman Creek and Jones Creek.
Michigan's 3rd biggest lake, Lake Charlevoix is just over 17,000 acres with 60 miles of shoreline! The lake touches 6 different townships; Charlevoix, Marion, Hayes, Eveline, Bay and Evangeline with the cities of Charlevoix, Boyne City, Advance and East Jordan along the shores. This is a well-loved lake for boating. (The Boyne Thunder charity poker run starts and ends on Lake Charlevoix.) There are many public access sites and several parks on Lake Charlevoix.
The Cheboygan River connects Mullett Lake to Lake Huron, ending the 40-mile Inland Water Route. The river flows northward and is a short, 7 miles in length.
Northern Michigan's 40-mile Inland Water Route beings with Crooked Lake in Emmet County. Crooked Lake is approximately 2,352 acres and is well known for year 'round recreation. The Crooked Lake sandbar is a boater and swimmer favorite for hot summer days. Fishermen know they can always boat over to Pickerel Lake if the fish aren't biting. The communities of Conway, Oden and Ponshewaing touch the shores of Crooked Lake while the lake is divided among the school districts of Littlefield (Alanson) and Petoskey schools.
Montmorency county's Crooked Lake is just 89 acres with an approximate maximum depth of 45 feet. 2 miles south of Atlanta, Michigan, this Crooked Lake is easily accessed from County Road 487. There is a public- access boat launch on the west shore of Crooked Lake maintained by the Michigan DNR.
Crooked River connects Crooked Lake to Burt Lake as an integral part of the historic, Inland Water Route. The river flows 5.6 miles through the Crooked River locks, past Hay Lake, through the locally famous Devil's Elbow and into Burt Lake. Crooked River plays a large part in the annual Top O'Michigan Boat Races as the boats race through the Inland Waterway and back.
Deer Lake's shoreline is a modest, 4.2 miles. The surface area is 463 acres. The deepest point of Deer Lake is just 22 feet. Just west of Boyne Falls, this lake is found on the west side of Boyne Mountain, on East Deer Lake Road. Nearby are many options for golf and ski and outdoor recreation. Boyne Mountain's Beach House Resort offers plenty of year 'round fun. Lake enthusiasts enjoy paddle boarding, canoeing/kayaking, sailing and swimming.
Douglas Lake is located in Cheboygan County and is easily accessed from US-31 Highway just northeast of Pellston, Michigan and the nearby Pellston airport. The surface area is 3,700 acres with a maximum depth of 80 feet. There is a public access site to Douglas Lake at the end of Douglas Lake Road, near the Douglas Lake bar. The University of Michigan Biological Station claims the entire eastern shore of Douglas Lake with 10,000 acres, reserved for student opportunities for biological education.
East Twin Lake can be found just south of Lewiston, Michigan. It is an 830 acre, all sports lake, beloved for its family-friendly swimming area, fishing, boating and winter snowmobiling. East Twin Lake Public Beach is located at the north end of the lake, nearest town. The park offers restrooms, playground equipment and a launch for kayaks and canoes.
Elk Lake is Michigan's second deepest lake at 192 ft. It is the last link in the Chain of Lakes. It is 8,200 acres. Elk Lake is located in two counties; Antrim and Grand Traverse, and can be found just outside Elk Rapids along the US - 31 highway. Elk Lake drains into the East Arm of the Grand Traverse Bay through the Elk River. The lake features a boat-in restaurant, kayak launch from the Rotary Pavilion in Elk Rapids or from Kewadin, and the beautiful Elk Rapids Golf Club.
Gaylanta Lake, 12 miles west of Atlanta, Michigan, is a 115 acre lake popular with fishermen for Largemouth Bass and Northern Pike. There is a boat launch on the southwest shore of the lake off of Camp 3 Road. The max depth of Gaylanta Lake is 50 ft.
Grand Lake is well known for its fishing and boating. It is a 5,660 acre lake in Presque Isle County, about halfway between Rogers City and Alpena along US-23 Highway. There are several access ramps and nearby gas stations/ grocery stores.
Grass Lake is about 10 miles northwest of Hillman and is 382 acres. This is a very shallow lake with a max depth of 10 ft but average depth of 4 ft. Much of the lake is surrounded by state land. There are 13 species of fish living in Grass Lake with a high population of Bluegill.
An all sports lake near Waters, Michigan. Guthrie Lake is part of the private Enchanted Forest Property Owners Association where members have access to over 90 acres of parks, lake frontage on both Guthrie Lake and Section One Lake and many additional amenities.
Harold Lake and Pencil Lake are nestled within the private association: Lakes of the North. Located 11 miles east of Mancelona and US-131. These lakes offer private beaches, beach houses, pavilions, picnicing areas, playgrounds, volleyball and basketball courts.
Heart Lake is located in Waters, Michigan with nearby access to I-75. As the 13th deepest lake in Michigan at 123 ft. deep, Heart Lake is well known for fishing and boating. There is a public boat launch at the south end of Heart Lake off of East Heart Lake Drive and the Iron Belle Trail is just to the west.
Higgins Lake is one Michigan's most popular recreation areas. It is the 10th biggest lake in Michigan at 9,900 acres. Located in Roscommon County, Higgins Lake has two state parks on the north and south ends. It is easily accessible from M-127 and I-75. This lake is a four season recreation lake. Canoe, kayak, camp, and spend the day at the beach or enjoy the Higgins Lake annual winterfest!
Houghton Lake is over 20,000 acres and is Michigan's largest inland lake. The maximum depth of Houghton Lake is 22 feet. This is a well loved and well known lake for outdoor recreation enthusiasts. There are several nearby marinas and campgrounds. Easy access to Houghton Lake can be found off of M-127 Highway and I-75. Enjoy a day at the beach, the spa, canoeing/kayaking, fishing, hiking, off-roading, golfing, boating or more!
A beautiful Northern Michigan destination at 8,850 acres, Hubbard Lake is popular all year round for fishing. One of Michigan's largest inland Lakes, Hubbard Lake is located approximately 25 miles south of Alpena. There are 3 boat ramps available. The nearby Hubbard Lake nature preserve is an 80 acre preserve with trails for hiking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and year round recreation opportunities.
Lake Huron, one of our five Great Lakes, hugs Lower Michigan's eastern shore. It is our second largest lake and it has the longest shoreline of the Great Lakes. Lake Huron offers beautiful sunrises, beaches, boating; sailing, canoeing, kayaking, paddleboarding, fishing, hiking, biking, sightseeing, visit a lighthouse, and so much more.
The Indian River is a 5 mile stretch of the Inland Waterway which connects Burt Lake to Mullett Lake. There is a marshy area known as the Indian River Spreads that is home to wildlife such as Osprey, Bald Eagles, Otters, Loons and more. Activities along the river include canoeing, kayaking, paddleboarding, boating and fishing. There are opportunties to stop along the way for dining and supplies in the commuity of Indian River. There are two marinas along this short stretch for fuel stops plus.
Lake Arrowhead is also known as Buhl Lake. Located 8.5 miles south of Gaylord, Michigan, Lake Arrowhead is 95 acres with a maximum depth of 35 feet. There is a private community known as Lake Arrowhead which has 6 subdivisions which surround Lake Arrowhead/Buhl Lake. Each subdivision has a neighborhood park, most with an area for picnicing and play. There is a swim area at Anita's Park with a fishing dock, basketball courts, pavillion and a pool. There is no public access to the lake and it is a no wake lake from 8:30pm - 10:00am.
Lake Emma is 115 acres of great fishing. Located about 15 miles from Rogers City, Lake Emma can be accessed from the south end, off of West Road.
Beaver Island's largest inland Lake. This lake is 480 acres located on the southeast corner of the island with a maximum depth of 55 feet. Popular among wildlife and fisherman, alike. There is a public access site along the north arm of the lake with restrooms, camping and picnicing. Hundreds of acres of state land border the lake while the nearby Cables Creek Preserve offers hiking, dunes and a sandy beach on Lake Michigan.
A private, 43 acre lake that is just 20 minutes from Gaylord. (Many mapping sites have this lake identified as Lewis Lake).
Near Grayling (3 miles), Lake Margrethe is 1,920 acres with a maximum depth of 65 ft, it is the largest lake in Crawford County. Much of the lake is shallow but is well known for fishing. The Lake Margrethe State Forst Camprground offers camping, picnicing and a shallow and sandy beach area.
Long Lake is located between Mullett and Black Lakes in northern Cheboygan County (east of Cheboygan). It is a 392 acre lake with a 5.45 mile shoreline. It is a popular lake for boating, swimming and fishing. It has a maximum depth of 61 feet. There is an access site at the north end of the lake with parking available.
The Manistee River runs 190 miles through Antrim County. It is a popular river for wild life viewing, beautiful scenery, canoeing, boating and trout fishing. There are several day use areas and campgrounds along the Manistee River.
Lake Manuka or Manuka Lake is touted for being excellent for fishing and paddling. It has a small islands offering natural habitats for wildlife. Manuka Lake is a 163 acre lake with a max depth of 27 feet. It's located about 10 miles from Gaylord to the south west.