• 7Mi. of Shoreline
  • 15Avg. Depth
  • 27Deepest Depth
  • Dam Name
    Lapeer Dam
  • Managed By Lapeer County Drain Comission
  • Water Drops
    3 ft
  • Ownership
    Private
  • Acreage
    365
  • Public Boat Ramps
    1
  • Water Level
    Seasonal Full Pool
  • Schedule
    April-October
Marinas
(586) 949-9223
28955 Wm O Rosso Hwy
Chersterfield Township, MI 48047
(248) 683-6053
4157 Chenlot Ln
Waterford, MI 48328
Pontiac Lake Marina
(248) 666-9873
2463 Orchard Ln
White Lake, MI 48386
Golf Courses
(810) 664-3514
1125 Lake Neoessing Rd
Lapeer, MI 48446
Private
(810) 664-2442
3786 Hunt Rd
Lapeer , MD 48446
Private
(248) 393-2800
3120 S Lapeer Rd
Lake Orion, MI 48359
Private
Campgrounds
(810) 793-2725
12260 Farrand Rd.
Otter Lake , MI 48464
(810) 664-2782
1260 Piper Dr
Lapeer, MI 48446
(810) 245-0726
3409 5 Lakes Rd
Lapeer, MI 48446
  • Counties: Lapeer County
  • Fish: Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Walleye
  • Condos available (No)
  • Notable events: Metaamora Days Balloon Festival
  • Sailing clubs: Lake Nepessing Boat club
  • Interesting facts: The Great Blue Heron represents Lake Lapeer and can be seen all around the lake.
  • Known for: Canadian Geese
  • History: Lapeer County officially became a county in 1835.
  • Landmarks: Lappeer has no landmarks is only 16 miles away from the Capitol Theater Building.
  • Other notes: Lake Lapeer has its own apparel line with a blue heron logo.
Hospitals
(810) 664-4531
1254 N Main St.
Lapeer, MI 48446
Airports
Bishop International Airport
3425 W Bristol Rd, Flint MI 38507
26 miles away
John's Airport
Davison, MI 48423
14 miles away
About Lake Lapeer

Lake Lapeer is a private lake community, and the name of the lake in the center which encompasses 365 acres and has a 15 foot average depth.The community has seven different subdivisions around the lake and the Lake Lapeer Association is the official organization of all homeowners.The lake is stocked with bass, northern pike, perch, bluegill, and walleye by the Lapeer Association Board. Lake Lapeer's water level is controlled by the Lapeer County Drain Commission and the Lake Lapeer Board of Trustees.The lake's levels begin to rise on April 21st and begin to decline on October 15th of every year. Lake Lapeer is the perfect community for laid back, outdoor enthusiasts who are looking for a beautiful home close to nature.