White Lake (Michigan)

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White Lake is the name of several lakes in the U.S. state of Michigan. The largest one is formed by the White River flowing to its mouth on Lake Michigan in Muskegon County.

Muskegon County[edit]

White Lake
Location Muskegon County, Michigan
Coordinates 43°22′38″N 86°22′49″W / 43.37722°N 86.38028°W / 43.37722; -86.38028Coordinates: 43°22′38″N 86°22′49″W / 43.37722°N 86.38028°W / 43.37722; -86.38028
Primary inflows White River
Basin countries United States
Surface elevation 581 ft (177 m)
Settlements Montague, Montague Township, White River Township, Whitehall, Whitehall Township, Fruitland Township

The largest White Lake is in Muskegon County, Michigan, formed by the White River near its mouth on Lake Michigan. The city of Montague, Montague Township and White River Township are on the north side of the lake. The city of Whitehall, Whitehall Township, and Fruitland Township are on the south side of the lake. The unincorporated community of Wabaningo is situated where the lake flows through a short navigation channel into Lake Michigan at 43°22′31″N 86°25′36″W / 43.37528°N 86.42667°W / 43.37528; -86.42667.

Others[edit]

Other smaller lakes are located in the following counties:

Other White Lakes are in

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