Why Hubbard Lake?

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Hubbard Lake is among the 10th largest inland lakes of Michigan with 27 miles of shoreline, 8,850 acres of surface area, 7 miles long and 2 miles wide with a max depth of 97 feet.

Hubbard Lake Arial View
The lake was known as the “Bottomless Lake” in the 1830s and 1840s when permanent settlers began to arrive in the area.  It also went by “Coral Lake” and “Alcona Lake” until in 1867 when it was officially named “Hubbard Lake” after Dr. Bela Hubbard, a renowned geologist in the state of Michigan who surveyed the area.

This great recreational lake, located 22 miles southwest of Alpena, has crystal clear, spring fed water with a hard sand bottom.

Within the immediate Hubbard Lake area there is an 18 hole “USGA” golf course, hunting, fishing, hiking, cross country skiing, biking, and snowmobiling.

The lake is a popular summer angling place along with ice fishing. It is stocked with northern pike, trout, walleye, bass, yellow perch, and tiger muskie.

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