Grand Sable Lake

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Grand Sable Lake
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Grand Sable Lake
Location Alger County, Michigan
Coordinates 46°18.14′N 85°29.76′W / 46.30233°N 85.49600°W / 46.30233; -85.49600Coordinates: 46°18.14′N 85°29.76′W / 46.30233°N 85.49600°W / 46.30233; -85.49600
Primary inflows Towes, Rhody, DeMull Creeks.
Primary outflows Sable Creek
Basin countries United States
Max. length 2.2 mi (3.5 km)
Max. width 0.7 mi (1.1 km)
Surface area 630 acres (250 ha)
Average depth 40 ft (12 m)
Max. depth 85 ft (26 m)
Surface elevation 741 feet (226 m)[1]

Grand Sable Lake is an undeveloped lake in Michigan's Upper Peninsula near the town of Grand Marais, Michigan. It lies within the boundaries of the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore.

County Highway H-58 runs along the northwestern shore of the lake and provides access to the Grand Sable Dunes which overlook the lake. Additionally, there is a sandy beach and picnic area available to visitors. There is a concrete boat access site on the eastern shore of the lake.

The soils around Grand Sable Lake are very sandy and the shoreline is mostly wooded[2]

View of Grand Sable Dunes across Grand Sable Lake from the boat access area

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