Gull Lake

Michigan

18Listings
$40K-$1B
$27.6MTotal Value
Gull Lake, Michigan

The Gull Lake real estate market is a limited supply marketplace for lake property in Michigan.

Gull Lake is a mid-sized Michigan lake, and has 18 miles of shoreline. Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport, the closest major airport, is only 17 miles away.

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  • 18Mi. of Shoreline
  • 41Avg. Depth
  • 110Deepest Depth
  • Dam Name
    Gull Lake Dam
  • Ownership
    Public
  • Acreage
    2,030
  • Public Boat Ramps
    2
  • Water Level
    Seasonal Full Pool
  • Schedule
    September-March
Campgrounds
(269) 731-4200
5163 Fort Custer Dr
Augusta, MI 49012
(269) 753-1180
21901 Collier Ave
Battle Creek, MI 49017
  • Counties: Barry County, Kalamazoo County
  • Fish: Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Rainbow Trout, Smallmouth Bass, Walleye
  • Sailing clubs: Gull Lake Yacht Club
  • Interesting facts: Gull Lake is a popular destination for scuba divers. Artifacts have been placed in the water for divers to explore.
  • History: The lake was formed by glacial activity about 14,000 years ago. The lake was half its size until 1833, when a pioneer built a dam for his sawmill on the south end. The dam raised the water level by 14 ft, and almost doubled its size.
  • Landmarks: Prairieville Creek is the largest inlet to Gull Lake.
Hospitals
(269) 226-7000
1521 Gull Road
Kalamazoo, MI 49048
Airports
Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport
5235 Portage Rd, Portage, MI 49002, 269-388-3668
17 miles away
Triple H Airport 2H4
7459 N Riverview Dr, Kalamazoo, MI 49004, 269-381-8983
10 miles away
About Gull Lake
Located in Barry and Kalamazoo Counties, Michigan

Gull Lake is a 2,030-acre lake located between Battle Creek and Kalamazoo, Michigan. It is 16 miles northeast of downtown Kalamazoo and 15 miles northwest of downtown Battle Creek. The closest location for emergency care is Bronson Battle Creek Hospital, 15 miles southeast. The Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport is 19 miles southwest.

Large Lake Livin’

Gull Lake is one of the better-known lakes in the southeastern Michigan area. Besides its crystal clear water, which is perfect for swimming, this all-sports paradise is a solid choice for a range of activities like wakeboarding, waterskiing, kayaking, sailing, or fishing. Anglers can expect to catch bluegill, largemouth bass, northern pike, rainbow trout, rock bass, yellow perch, and smallmouth bass. Before you head out onto the water, bring your tank and flippers, as the clarity of Gull Lake makes it a popular spot for diving.

What’s Nearby?

Less than 20 miles north of the lake is the Barry State Game Area. Not only can you hunt for turkey and deer, but you can also utilize the snowmobile/hiking trails and watch birds! The Gilmore Car Museum is only seven miles south. This is a must-see for anyone in the family who loves classic automobiles. You can explore 400 different cars and motorcycles and grab a bite to eat at the restored 1941 diner. After a long day outdoors, grab a bite to eat at one of many nearby restaurants. Examples of excellent cuisine include Kitchen House, Pure Mex Mexican Cuisine, and NEDS on Gull Lake.

Explore Battle Creek

The nearby city of Battle Creek provides a variety of fun activities, community events, and quality restaurants. Battle Creek offers a great community and fun local events. In June, get your appetite worked up because the city hosts the World’s Longest Breakfast Table! Also, mark your calendars for the 4th of July because you won’t want to miss Battle Creek’s celebration! The city hosts the annual Flight Air Show and Balloon Fest to celebrate the nation’s independence. For a fun daytime activity, visit Binder’s Park Zoo, known for its prairie dogs, free-roaming peacocks, and a tram to Africa! Another daytime activity is Leila Arboretum, which spans 85 acres and includes beautiful walkways, gardens, and 2,500 different plants. For more fun, catch a planetarium show at the Kingman Museum and learn about dinosaurs and planet Earth! If all this activity has made you hungry, dine at Clara’s on the River, an American restaurant offering beautiful views. Lucky Rooster Kitchen and Cocktails is another amazing option, known for its locally-sourced Italian meals and great drinks.

Visit Kalamazoo

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.

Why Gull Lake?

It’s well known for a reason. Come find out why everyone loves Gull Lake!