Upper Peninsula Lakes A-Z
Upper Peninsula Lakes and Reservoirs
|Lake Name||Lake Summary|
|Au Train Lake||Au Train Lake, in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, was of historical significance long before Europeans reached the area. Located only five miles south of ...|
|Baldy Lake||Baldy Lake is located in Alger County, Michigan, and is a part of the state's Upper Peninsula tourism region. Baldy Lake is one or many lakes in the Manistique ...|
|Bodi Lake||Seated in Luce County of Michigan's Upper Peninsula, near the coast of Lake Superior, is the little gem called Bodi Lake. Bodi Lake is surrounded by ...|
Also known as: Chicaugon Lake
Chicagon Lake lies in Michigan's western Upper Peninsula only a few miles from the Wisconsin state line. The 1000-acre natural lake isn't well-known except ...
|Cisco Chain of Lakes||
Also known as: Little African Lake, Cisco Lake, Thousand Island Lake, Big African Lake, Record Lake, Lindsley Lake, Fishhawk Lake, Morley Lake, Poor Lake, Indian Lake, East Bay Lake, Big Lake, West Bay Lake, Mamie Lake, Clearwater Lake
One of the lesser-known gems in Michigan's Upper Peninsula is the Cisco Chain of Lakes. This chain of interconnected lakes straddles the border between ...
|Lac La Belle||Located within Keweenaw County, Michigan, Lake La Belle certainly lives up to its French translation: "Beautiful Lake." It is located on the Keweenaw ...|
|Lac Vieux Desert||
Also known as: Lac Vieux Lake
Lac Vieux Desert is the French name for this 4,260-acre lake of Michigan and Wisconsin. The name was given by French fur trappers who were among the ...
|Lake Gogebic||Lake Gogebic, located at the western tip of Michigan's Upper Peninsula (UP) is a hidden gem, far undervalued in the outdoor sports world. Lake Gogebic ...|
|Lake Huron||A glacial lake of epic proportions, Lake Huron is the second largest of the five Great Lakes by surface area, boasting 23,010 square miles and an incredible ...|
|Lake Independence||Tucked up against Lake Superior, 1,860-acre Lake Independence is an exceptional recreation destination on Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Fed primarily by ...|
|Lake Michigamme||Located in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, Lake Michigamme's name derives from the Ojibway word for 'big water', the same Native American word that gives ...|
|Lake Michigan||As the only Great Lake nestled completely within the boundaries of the United States, Lake Michigan is the pride and joy of Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, ...|
|Lake Michigan-Huron||Lake Michigan and Lake Huron - two of North America's Great Lakes - are contiguous and they share the same elevation of 577 feet above sea level. They ...|
|Lake Superior||Skipping over state and country borders, Lake Superior, the largest, deepest, coldest, cleanest, least developed, and most pristine of the Great Lakes, ...|
Also known as: Big Manistique Lake, North Manistique Lake, South Manistique Lake, Millecoquins Lake, Milakokia Lake, Lake Ann Louise
Manistique Lakes! Just the name is enough to evoke bouts of nostalgia in millions of past visitors. The lakes - North Manistique Lake at 1,722 acres, ...
|Thunder Lake||Thunder Lake in Michigan can mean two things: a 63-acre lake in Mason County or a 340-acre lake in Schoolcraft County. In this article, Schoolcraft County's ...|