Big Bass Lake

Michigan

3Listings
$120K-$1.2M
$1.8MTotal Value
Big Bass Lake, Michigan

Big Bass Lake real estate is regarded as a limited supply market in Michigan for lake homes and lake lots.

    • Ownership
      Public
    • Counties: Lake County
    Airports
    About Big Bass Lake
    Located in Lake County, Michigan

    Big Bass Lake is a 290-acre all-sports lake located in Irons (Lake County), Michigan. Traverse City is 65 miles north, Grand Rapids is 104 miles south, and Detroit is 238 miles southeast.

    The closest location for emergency care is the Manistee Hospital, 31 miles northwest in Manistee, Michigan. The Cherry Capital Airport is 65 miles north in Traverse City.

    The closest place to grab a bite to eat is NA-TAH-KA, a gastropub right off the shores of the lake.

    Fun on the Water

    This large lake is an excellent home base for those that love all things lake! Whether you're a fan of kayaking when the sun is coming up or going full speed ahead and bringing out the waterskiing, wakeboard, or tube, there's something everyone here will enjoy!

    Before you head out onto the water, make sure you grab your rod and reel! Anglers can expect to catch an array of fish such as black crappie, largemouth bass, rock bass, and yellow perch.

    What's Nearby?

    Less than an hour west is Ludington State Park! This gorgeous state park spanning several miles offers plenty to do, like relaxing on miles of sandy beaches, exploring sand dunes, watching wildlife on its trail system, or visiting its iconic lighthouse.

    If you have an off-road vehicle and love to get your tires spinning, nearby Tin Cup Spring is the place for you. It offers two trails, a 19-mile motorcycle trail, and an 18-mile OHV trail.

    Visit Grand Rapids

    Grand Rapids is a Michigan cultural hub that's less than two hours away, offering an infinite list of things to do!

    Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park is a fantastic place for those that love the beauty of art and nature. Peruse exotic plants, a desert, Victorian gardens, and modern sculptures.

    The John Ball Zoo contains nearly 2,000 animals, many of which visitors can interact with up close! There are reptiles, fish, birds, mammals, and amphibians waiting for you to visit.

    If you're looking for an art experience like no other, then spend a day in the Grand Rapids Art Museum! There are over 6,000 works spanning hundreds of years, featuring names like Andy Warhol, Albrecht Dürer, and Maarten Baas.

    After a long day of exploring this riverside city, sample the local cuisine at restaurants like The Chop House Grand Rapids, Bistro Vella Vita, Butcher's Union, and Rose's.

    Calm and Quaint

    Those looking for a slice of small-town life will love living on Big Bass Lake.