Canadian Lakes Area

By
Real Estate Broker/Owner with Coldwell Banker Lakes Realty

Canadian Lakes has become the model for private northern communities - copied, but never duplicated. Framed by over 5,000 acres of hills, valleys, lakes and streams, the community offers its property owners a recreational diversity seldom found under one roof. Live where you can share with your neighbor the sounds and sights of the north, the call of the loon, the silent movement of a doe and her fawns through a wooded glade the lazy flight of an eagle overhead, the call of a turkey in the spring, the footprints of a fox in the snow - it's all here!

Golf - A Way of Life

Blended and molded into the 5000 agolf at Tullycres of hills and water are 72 holes of Northern Michigan's finest golfing experience. On the private side, the Royal offers 18 holes of challenging championship caliber golf meandering along the banks of the Little Muskegon River and Lake Laura. Joining its stable mate are the 9 hole Highlands and Pines Courses. The Highlands, framed by woods and hills finds its way to the Castle at Canadian Lakes offering spectacular views from the 8th green and 9th tee. The Pines is gentle and forgiving and can be a morale booster when your game is hurting. Three private courses offer the full range of golfing at reasonable rates. 

Your biggest challenge -
which course to play next.

World class is the echoed sentiments of the golfing community when talking about St Ives and Tullymore. Each course has been rated in the top 100 public courses in America. St Ives, the most beautiful natural course in Michigan bridges the beauty and the beast of your most memorable golf game. Tullymore whose curves and slopes cradle the course is accentuated with long bunkers, weaving fairways and a blend of wetlands that will test your game and bring you back again and again.

Comments (1)

Dan Forbes
Bradenton, FL

This looks like a golfer's paradise.  May you play much and sell many..

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