Mullett Lake real estate is regarded as a top twenty market in Michigan for lake homes and lake lots.
Typically, buyers can find 20 Mullett Lake homes for sale, and 20 lake lots and land for sale. Offering houses at many price points, Mullett Lake homes for sale have an average list price of $407,000.
One of Michigan's largest lakes, Mullett Lake has 28 miles of shoreline. The lake is also known as Mullett's Lake,
Michigan's fifth largest inland lake is Mullett Lake, which covers approximately 26 square miles and has 28 miles of shoreline.
The lake is 10 miles at its maximum length, and four miles at its maximum width.
Mullet Lake sits at the center of Michigan's Inland Waterway.
This waterway allows boats to navigate the connecting rivers and lakes.
Mullett Lake is named after John Mullett, who together with William A. Burt, discovered the lake during a federal survey of the area between 1840 to 1843.
The lake, and The Inland Waterway, was once a Native American trade route that was later opened to small steamers and modern recreational traffic.
Forests, trails, and parks provide plenty of year-round activities for all to enjoy.
In the summer, popular activities include swimming, boating, camping and picnicking.
Aloha State Park is located on Mullett Lake's eastern shore.
The park offers 285 modern campsites, sandy beaches, play areas, boat ramp and protected harbor.
Picnicking areas, basketball and volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, softball field and a metal detecting area are also available.
Mullett Lake also boasts an 11 mile stretch of state-maintained trail along the west side of the lake.
This trail, referred to as the North Central State Trail, runs for a total 62 miles.
During the winter months, snowmobiling takes over these trails.
Angler's can enjoy Mullett Lake year round as well.
The lake is home to many different fish species including bass, Northern pike, perch, pike, smelt, sturgeon, trout, walleye and yellow perch.
In fact, the state's record holding lake sturgeon was pulled from Mullett Lake.
In the winter, ice-fishing is just as popular as fishing by boat in the warmer months.