Duck Lake - Gobles real estate is considered a limited supply market for lake homes and lake lots in Michigan.
Duck Lake - Gobles homes for sale have an average list price of $177,000, with many great homes at higher and lower prices.
Duck Lake is located in Cheshire Township, Michigan. Kalamazoo is 27 miles southeast, and Grand Rapids is 50 miles north.
A few smaller airfields are nearby, but the closest major airport is Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport, typically 37 minutes away. Urgent care can be provided at Ascension Borgess Allegan Hospital, 13 minutes away.
Snacks and groceries can be found at a Meijer, 23 minutes away. Many highly rated restaurants are nearby, such as Malia’s Mexican Restaurant and Pigs Head BBQ.
Stretching 123 acres, Duck Lake offers an endless stream of the fun and excitement that lake life has. Popular ways residents enjoy the water are boating, tubing, paddle boarding, and fishing. Anglers looking to cast out a line have a chance to catch largemouth bass, northern pike, walleye, yellow perch, and bluegill.
During the cold and snowy months, head on over to Bittersweet Ski Resort and show off your skills. There are many great trails of varying grades for both downhill skiing and snowboarding to choose from. If you need to work on your shredding skills, the resort offers lessons for all skill levels.
Visit the largest indoor ropes course in Michigan at Allegan Event. Here you can test your mental and physical strength while having a blast. To really get the adrenaline pumping, dare to soar along the Kalamazoo River on the 600-foot zip-line. For those not a fan of heights, an arcade is available to test your luck.
For history buffs, visit the Prisoner-of-War - Camp Allegan near Lake Allegan. Though there are no buildings left standing, many foundations and staircases are left. It is a great place that takes you back in time.
Kalamazoo makes for a great day trip, with plenty of things to do indoors and out!
The Kalamazoo Nature Center spans 1,100 acres with an 11-acre arboretum, 11 nature trails, and the Delano Pioneer Homestead. The Interpretive Center features its award-winning "Nature Up Close" hall, interactive exhibits, three-story tropical rainforest, a bug house, and seasonal butterfly and hummingbird garden.
The Kalamazoo Institute of Arts features more than 5,000 works of fine art in its permanent collection for visitors to enjoy. It also has touring and collective exhibitions in 10 galleries, offers four art classes at the Kirk Newman Art School, and highlights local artists in the KIA Gallery Shop.
The Air Zoo Aerospace & Science Museum has been voted the "Best Place to Take Out-of-Towners" and "Best Place to Spend a Day with Your Family," making it a must-see. It features more than 100 air and space artifacts, rides, Full-Motion Flight Simulators, a theater, historical exhibits, and educational activities.
After a long day of exploration, be sure to enjoy a meal at one of the many delicious restaurants in the city. Highly-rated options include Crow's Nest, The Studio Grill, Kalamazoo Beer Exchange, Erbelli's Gourmet Pizza, and Bell's Eccentric Cafe.
Whether you're looking for a family home, a vacation home, or a full-time retirement residence, Duck Lake is a perfect choice for a peaceful and quiet lifestyle.