Cass Lake (Michigan)

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Cass Lake
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Location Oakland County, Michigan
Coordinates 42°36′25″N 83°21′56″W / 42.6069°N 83.3656°W / 42.6069; -83.3656Coordinates: 42°36′25″N 83°21′56″W / 42.6069°N 83.3656°W / 42.6069; -83.3656
Basin countries United States
Surface area 1,280 acres (520 ha)
Max. depth 123 ft (37 m)
Settlements Waterford Township, West Bloomfield Township, Orchard Lake Village, Keego Harbor

Cass Lake is the largest and deepest lake in Oakland County, and is in the northern Metro Detroit region of southeastern Michigan.[1]

History[edit]

Cass Lake was named after former Michigan governor Lewis Cass.

Geography[edit]

Cass Lake It covers 1,280 acres (5 km²) and has a maximum depth of 123 ft (37 m).[1]

It is bordered by the cities, villages, and townships of Waterford Township, West Bloomfield Township, Orchard Lake Village, and Keego Harbor.

Recreation[edit]

It is a popular public lake in the Metro Detroit region. The lake is home to the Pontiac Yacht Club.[1]

Dodge No. 4 State Park is located on northeastern Cass Lake, with access via West Bloomfield Township and Waterford Township.[2]

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