Lower Trout Lake


Lower Trout Lake, Michigan

Lower Trout Lake real estate is a beautiful, but lesser known, market for lake homes and land in Michigan.

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      About Lower Trout Lake
      Located in Oakland County, Michigan

      Lower Trout Lake is located in Orion Township, Michigan.

      The closest airport is the Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, roughly 52 minutes from Lower Trout Lake. The nearest hospital is Baybrooke POH Medical Center, around 14 minutes away.

      Close Amenities

      The Alpine Valley offers hiking and biking trails throughout spring and summer. When the trails freeze over during the fall and winter seasons, they double as snowmobiling and skiing trails for everyone to enjoy.

      The Milford Historical Society offers a unique perspective of Oakland County and how the different cities were established and formed.

      Lower Trout Lake Buckhorn is a restaurant by the lake that offers freshly caught fish for everyone to enjoy.

      Detroit, Michigan, is approximately 38 minutes from Lower Trout Lake, Michigan.

      Visit Detroit

      Detroit offers the perfect opportunity for an adventurous day trip. Nicknamed the “Motor City” due to its ties to the auto industry, Detroit is home to enriching museums and fun attractions.

      Near Downtown, the neoclassical Detroit Institute of Arts features the Detroit Industry Murals painted by Diego Rivera. The Henry Ford Museum provides a unique opportunity to view exhibits and listen to stories about America’s tradition of ingenuity, resourcefulness, and innovation. Detroit is also home to the famous Rosa Parks Bus and JFK’s limo.

      Named the Best Riverwalk in the Country in 2021, the Detroit International RiverWalk offers beautiful sights and a relaxing experience for the whole family to enjoy. The riverwalk grants views of Canada, the Ambassador Bridge, and the GM Renaissance Center. This is a must-see!

      Lower Trout Lake

      Lower Trout Lake is approximately 65 acres and reaches depths up to 30 feet. Residents can participate in various water sports, including swimming, boating, waterskiing, wakeboarding, kayaking, and fishing.