Long Lake Area
The Long Lake Area is a wonderful location on or near the spectacular all sportslake of Long Lake or it’s smaller sister lakes (Mickey Lake, Ruth Lake, WhelockLake, Bass Lake and Dyer Lake and more) Long Lake is the largest of the 20 inland lakes in Long Lake Township, Long Lake is the township’s signature water feature. Located in Grand Traverse County, the township, established in 1867, hosts the largest portion of the lake. Its southern part is in Green Lake Township. Integral to the Long Lake system are two smaller, adjoining waterways, Mickey and Ruth lakes. The Long Lake Watershed is comprised of 2,860 acres of lake surface and 11,596 acres of land that drain into the lake – a total watershed of 14,456 acres. No major inlets flow to Long Lake. It is predominantly spring-fed. Sucker Creek at its south end flows to Lake Dubonnet – then onto Lake Ann and Platte Lake. Lake Michigan is the final repository.
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