Cass Lake in Waterford, Michigan is Oakland County largest lake. Beautiful area to live and raise a family. Cass Lake is in the Waterford School district and West Bloomfield.
Cass Lake data
- Cass Lake size 1280 acres
- All sports lake Yes
- Wake restrictions Yes in some areas
- Deepest spot 123 ft deep
- Average Depth 26 feet
- Approx size .3 mile wide X 1 mile long
- Public access Yes through Dodge Park
- No# of parking spots over 80 at public access
- Public Beach unknown ( if you know email me)
- Marina on lake Ye
- Shoreline Approx. 25 miles
- Named After early Michigan Governor Lewis Cass
- Water Source Orchard Lake drains into Cass Lake
Cass Lake in Waterford, Michigan was a glacial formed lake.
A sandy beach and a one-mile shoreline on Cass Lake makes Dodge #4 State Park an excellent location for summer and winter water activities. Dodge State Park is known for its accessibility to Cass Lake for people who are interested in fishing, boating, sitting on the beach, sailing, Ice skating, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling. Ice sailing is a new and increasingly popular sport on Sundays in the area. There are boat launches and a parking lot that can accommodate in excess of 80 vehicles with boat trailers.
Cass Lake Sailing
Cass Lake in Waterford, Michigan is a nice inland lake for sailing when the lake is not overrun by speed boats and waverunners. I would sail on the week days if possible. It is possible to sail 3/4 mile course in most directions. Consider joining the Pontiac Yacht Club, a small boat sailing club, located on a less busy section of the lake with their own private launch.
If you have any questions about Cass Lake in Waterford, Michigan or the homes on it, give me a call on my cell 313 310-9855.