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Nestled in the sand hills country near Lake Michigan, this secluded but welcoming lake offers a sandy bottom, mild water temperatures and a healthy population of fish and wildlife year-round. Just inland from the shores of Lake Michigan lays the 4,200 acre Brevort Lake. Surrounded by mature oak and pine forests, the sandy-bottomed lake is only 20 feet deep (at its deepest point) so the the water is relatively warm in the summer and deep enough to keep from freezing solid in the winter. These are ideal conditions to support a diverse fish population, as well as the wildlife that feed on the fish. Nearby, there is a 1.5 mile Ridge Interpretive Trail. Camping is available at the adjacent Brevort Lake Campground.

Closed in winter.

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