Woodland Lake Information Livingston County
is an all Sports lake and has about a 309 acres surface area. The deepest point in Woodland lake is 38 ft. The Mean Depth is 7.61 ft. There is no public beach. There is Michigan DNR public access located off Hilton Rd, but a permit required. There is parking for about 26 vehicles.
There are 6 islands (one is public). Woodland Lake shore line is about 41,943 feet long. Woodland lake has relatively good water clarity, you can see down 6 to 8 ft. There are no wake restrictions that I know of. Woodland Lake in Livingston County is fed by Ore Creek and two unnamed streams.
Woodland Lake is a "L" shaped lake with lots of small coves and bays. It is the type of lake that I like because when you turn the corner there is more lake to see. It just isn't a circle lake that you go round and round.
Location Of Woodland Lake Brighton MI
Woodland Lake is located on the outskirts of downtown Brighton in Livingston County MI. You can see the lake from Grand River or Hilton Rd. Woodland Lake is located north of Hilton Rd, West of Grand River, east of Old US 23, South of Hyne Rd. It is conveniently located only minutes off the Grand River exit on I-96.
Woodland Lake Fishing
There are large mouth bass, perch, muskellunge, Northern Pike, Blue Gill, crappie
General information about Woodland Lake Livingston County MI
There is a public access site located off Hilton Rd. Woodland Lakeis patrolled by Livingston County Sheriff and DNR quite regularly. Woodland Lake MI is fed by South Ore Creek and 2 unnamed streams. There is a good lake association. Contact info is:
PO Box 617 Brighton, MI 48116 firstname.lastname@example.org
Woodland Lake Real Estate
Usually there are a few Woodland Lake lakefront homes for sale. They are a mixture of colonials, ranches, bungalows, and even tri-levels. The price range of Woodland Lake lakefront properties range from a $100,000 to over a million dollars depending on the size and location of the home on Woodland Lake. Like most of Southeastern Michigan lakes there are small lake cottages built from the 1920s to 1960s now updated and converted to year round use. And there are new built colonials and lakefront homes with all the latest amenities.
The economy has even hit Woodland Lake residents too. You will notice a few lake homes that become Woodland Lake foreclosures.
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