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Lake Ogemaw


Lake Ogemaw, Michigan

Located in Michigan, Lake Ogemaw real estate is a tight inventory market in the state for lake homes and lake lots.

The typical average list prices of Lake Ogemaw homes for sale is $141,000. On average, there are 10 lake homes for sale on Lake Ogemaw, and 10 lake lots and parcels.

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About Lake Ogemaw

Lake Ogemaw is located in Ogemaw County, Michigan. The Gerald R. Ford International Airport is located approximately three hours from Lake Ogemaw. MyMichigan Medical Center West Branch is located approximately 21 minutes from Lake Ogemaw.

Close Amenities

Irons Park is a beautiful park in the heart of Ogemaw County that offers different trails for hiking and biking. When it is the winter season the hiking trails are converted to snowmobiling trails.

Fruitful Orchid and Cider Mill offer a unique piece of Ogemaw County, that everyone should experience.

Lake Ogemaw is two hours and 16 minutes from Lansing, Michigan.

Explore Lansing

Lansing, the birthplace of the Oldsmobile and Michigan's automotive center, offers plenty of history, culture, entertainment, and cuisine to explore.

The State Capitol Building opened in late 1878 to much acclaim and was restored to its original splendor in the early 1990s. The building, one of the premier examples of US decorative painting, is open to the public for free tours on weekdays.

The R. E. Olds Transportation Museum has a collection of cars and memorabilia as a tribute to the auto industry. The museum is courtesy of one of the city's most prominent citizens, Ransom Eli Olds. The very first Oldsmobile from 1897 is on display, along with other antique automobiles.

Michigan History Museum has three floors of state eras depicting scenes from the earliest peoples to the late 20th century. Visitors of all ages can enjoy learning about Michigan’s past, and Sunday trips are free.

Potter Park Zoo spans 20 acres and is one of the oldest continuously-operated zoos in the state. It is home to 500 animals and 180 species and sits adjacent to Potter Park, an 80-acre oak forest.

For a night out on the town, stop by one of the highly-rated restaurants in the city. Top choices include Fidler's On The Grand, Meat BBQ, Soup Spoon Cafe, The Cosmos, and Naing Myanmar Family Restaurant.

Lake Information

There is a plethora of walleye and bluegill in the lake. The lake offers beautiful scenery for exploration and lifelong memories with your family. You can kayak, canoe, fish, swim, and wakeboard.

Make Lake Ogemaw Your Next Home!

Lake Ogemaw offers beautiful scenery that everyone can enjoy in your family.