Area Information/Area Lakes

Big Lake
Watson Township
  • 137 acres
  • Lake bottom is organic & sand
  • Public access site is off 15th St. with toilets and parking. Ramp is hard-surfaced and launching larger boats may be difficult.
  • depths up to 30 feet

Duck Lake
Cheshire Township

  • 113 acres
  • Public access site is off 37th & East Duck Lake with toilets and parking. Ramp is gravel-surfaced.
  • Lake bottom is mark, organic & sand
  • Depths up to 39 feet
  • Best Fishing - largemouth bass


Dumont Lake
http://www.allegancounty.org/parks/Park-dumont.htm
Allegan Township/Monterey Township

  • 215 acres
  • Public access site off 33rd St.
  • Lake bottom is fibrous peat, marl, pulpy peat and sand
  • depths up to 50 feet
  • Best fishing - northern pike & tiger muskie

Kalamazoo Lake
Saugatuck Township

  • 160 acres
  • Public access site with toilets and parking off 66th St. Ramp is hard-surfaced. Launching and retrieving larger boats may be difficult.
  • depths up to 27 feet

Lake Sixteen
Martin Township
  • 28 acres
  • Lake bottom is marl, organic & sand
  • Public access site with parking and toilets is off 120th Ave. Ramp is gravel-surfaced.
  • depths up to 54 feet
  • Best fishing - perch

Lake Allegan
Allegan Township/Valley Township
  • 1587 acres
  • Public access site with parking off Monroe Rd. Ramp is hard-surfaced. Limited water depth may make launching & retrieving of larger boats difficult.
  • Best fishing - bass, bluegill, bullhead, catfish and northern pike.

Miner Lake
http://www.minerlake.org/
Allegan Township
  • 257 acres
  • Lake bottom is gravel, marl, organic and sand
  • Public access site with toilets and parking is off 120th Ave. Ramp is hard-surfaced. Limited water depth may make launching & retrieving larger boats difficult.
  • depths up to 83 feet
  • Best fishing - bluegill, largemouth bass and northern pike

Osterhout Lake
Lee Township
  • 168 acres
  • Lake bottom is marl, organic and sand
  • No public access
  • Depths up to 30 feet

Pike Lake
Trowbridge Township
  • 28 acres
  • Lake bottom is organic and sand
  • Public access site with toilets and parking is off 108th Ave. Ramp is gravel-surfaced.
  • depths up to 55 feet

Schermerhorn Lake Preserve
Trowbridge Township

Schermerhorn Lake Preserve offers a quiet serene setting for your custom built home. Beautiful views of the lake, abundant wildlife, and 40 acres of woods and trails for walking and cross country skiing. Schermerhorn Lake is a 70 acre spring fed fishing lake. Conveniently located to Holland, Grand Rapids, and the Lake Shore.


Selkirk Lake
Wayland Township
  • 94 acres
  • Public access site with toilets and parking 125th Ave. Ramp is hard-surfaced, launching bigger boats may be difficult.

Sheffer Lake
Trowbridge Township
  • 12 acres
  • Public access site with parking off 108th Ave. This is a carry-down launching area and is suitable for launching car-top boats and canoes only.
  • Lake bottom is marl and organic
  • depths up to 30 feet

Upper Scott Lake
Lee Township
  • 130 acres
  • No public access
  • Lake bottom is fibrous peat and sand

Lower Scott Lake
Lee Township
  • 96 acres
  • Lake bottom is fibrous peat, marl and sand
  • No public access