Boatable Lake Maps & Resources

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Maximize your time on the water, and explore new lakes in Northwest Lower Michigan!

Between Leelanau's myriad of inland lakes set amongst dramatically sloping glacial deposits, Benzie's deep-water and appropriately named Crystal Lake (that was once a bay of Lake Michigan), Grand Traverse area Long Lake's and Silver Lake's multitude of islands, and all the other inland lakes in our area, there's a lot to explore during the boating season.

Here's a list of resources to help you scope out and plan your next boating adventure on some of Northwest Michigan's boatable inland lakes--Click on the underlined name of each lake to see the corresponding PDF bathymetric map:


Leelanau County Boatable Lakes

Grand Traverse Bay

204,800 Acres - 620' Depth

South Lake Leelanau

5,693 Acres - 62' Depth

North Lake Leelanau

2,914 Acres - 121' Depth

Cedar Lake

252 Acres - 46' Depth

Big Glen Lake

4,871 Acres - 130' Depth

Little Glen Lake

1,415 Acres - 13' Depth

Little Traverse Lake

640 Acres - 54' Depth

Grand Traverse County Boatable Lakes


Grand Traverse Bay

204,800 Acres - 620' Depth

Boardman Lake

340 Acres - 64' Depth

Duck Lake

1,930 Acres - 98' Depth

Green Lake

2,000 Acres - 102' Depth

Cedar Hedge Lake

195 Acres - 66' Depth

Long Lake

2,860 Acres - 70' Depth

Silver Lake

600 Acres - 96' Depth

Fife Lake

617 Acres - 55' Depth

Spider Lake

459 Acres - 36' Depth

Benzie County Boatable Lakes

Crystal Lake

9,881 Acres - 167' Depth

Lake Ann

527 Acres - 77' Depth

Big Platte Lake

2,516 Acres - 96' Depth

Little Platte Lake

805 Acres - 9' Depth

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