Northeast Lakes A-Z
Northeast Lakes and Reservoirs
|Lake Name||Lake Summary|
|Black Lake||Black Lake is a popular sporting lake located in Cheboygan and Presque Isle counties in Michigan's Lower Peninsula. Surrounded by acres of water and ...|
Also known as: Chaboiganing
Twenty miles south of the Straits of Mackinac is the ancient inland waterway from Lake Huron to Lake Michigan. This series of connecting lakes and rivers ...
Also known as: Fletcher Flooding
Fletcher Pond, also known as the Fletcher Flooding, is an impoundment first created in 1935 when the Alpena Power Company dammed the Upper South Branch ...
|Grand Lake||Grand Lake is steeped in history, rich in beauty and loaded with ways to enjoy the area. Grand Lake is in the Northeastern Tourism Region of Michigan. ...|
|Higgins Lake||With depths that average 52 feet and range as deep as 141 feet, the azure waters of Higgins Lake assure a remarkable transparency. Such crystalline waters, ...|
|Houghton Lake||Houghton Lake is a shallow, marshy lake with a sandy, gravely bottom. Warm in the summer, freezing over during the winter months, and staying cool during ...|
Also known as: Bottomless Lake, Alcona Lake, Coral Lake
Summer in Michigan's Northeast region is synonymous with a place like Hubbard Lake. Less than 20 miles inland from Lake Huron's 'sunrise coast', Hubbard ...
|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 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 Saint Helen||
Also known as: Lake St. Helen
Lake Saint Helen is located in Roscommon County of northern Michigan near Interstate 75 and right next to the town of St. Helen - Charlton Heston's childhood ...
|Long Lake-Cheboygan County||When searching for Long Lake in Michigan, many lakes might fit the bill. More than two dozen lakes in this state bear the same name, scattered among more ...|
|Mullett Lake||Mullett Lake is Michigan's fifth largest lake, covering 17,360 acres with 28 shoreline miles. Sitting at the center of Michigan's Inland Waterway, Mullett ...|
|Opal Lake||Sitting on the dock watching the colors of the sunset setting the blue lake on fire, it's easy to see why this lake is named Opal Lake. White sand beaches ...|
Also known as: Secord Lake, Sanford Lake, Smallwood Lake, Wixom Lake
The Tittabawassee River is one of Michigan's main river systems, draining lands in the Northeast and East Central Michigan regions into the Saginaw River ...
|Van Etten Lake||Ice huts dot the frozen surface of Van Etten Lake in northeast Michigan. Inside the huts anglers sip thermoses of coffee and pull strings of perch from ...|
|West Twin Lake||West Twin Lake is situated in Montmorency County in the northeastern region of the Lower Peninsula of Michigan. This 1,313-acre lake is paired geographically ...|