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Protecting Northern Michigan's ​Water Resources

Inland Lakes

Wycamp Lake

Description: Wycamp Lake is a small, shallow lake in northern Emmet County. Much of its shoreline is state-owned. Water flows into the east side of the lake through Collins Creek. […]

Wilson Lake

Description: Wilson Lake is located in the upper Elk River Chain of Lakes. A short section (1/4 mile) of the Intermediate River feeds Wilson Lake from Ellsworth Lake; another short […]

Wildwood Lake

Description: Wildwood Lake is an impounded lake, which was formed by damming a small tributary that flows into Lance Lake and the Sturgeon River. Water quality data show the lake […]

Twin Lake

Description: Located just north of Black Lake in northeast Cheboygan County, Twin Lakes stands apart from other lakes in the region in that it consists of a group of ten […]

Torch Lake

Torch Lake Michigan

About Torch Lake: Torch Lake is one of the most extraordinary lakes in Michigan. Its surface area is second largest in Michigan, but its great depth (about 300 feet, depending […]

Thumb Lake

Description: Thumb Lake (or Lake Louise) is a glacially formed kettle lake that sits in the headwaters of the Sturgeon River. There are a few minor inlets and no outlet […]

Thayer Lake

Description: Monitoring and Research: Thayer Lake is a small, shallow, biologically productive lake located in central Antrim County. The lake is located less than a mile south of Clam River, […]

Susan Lake

Description: Susan Lake is located in northern Charlevoix County, approximately 4 miles from downtown Charlevoix. It is shallow, narrow, and supports a healthy fish community, including northern pike and pan […]