Torch Lake, MI Vacation rentals, condos, hotels, & RVs
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Tucked in the Lower Peninsula, Torch Lake is considered Michigan's second largest lake covering 19,000 acres. A two-mile-long sandbar divides it from Lake Michigan and serves as a gathering spot for a party crowd. The clear, blue water, natural setting, and surrounding villages make this an attractive Midwest travel destination.
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Frequently asked questions
Is Torch Lake good for fishing?
Yes. Torch Lake has depths reaching 340 feet creating a fisherman's dream.
What is there to do on Torch Lake?
Other than fishing, this glacier-formed lake is one of a chain of lakes in Antrim County popular for boating, water skiing, and swimming.
What land-based attractions are there near Torch Lake?
Grass River Natural Area: Experience Mother Nature at this preserve spans over 1,492 acres. Seven miles of trails and a 1.5-mile boardwalk allow visitors to observe wetlands, forests, and wildlife up close.
- Coy Mountain Preserve: The preserve rests on 17 acres with seasonal leaf changes and varied wildlife activity. Hiking trails provide walk-through canopies of trees like Sugar Maples and Hemlocks.
- Glacial Hills Pathway and Natural Area: Encompassing 765 acres, this is a nature lover's retreat. Numerous species of trees, birds, and flowers live in 12 unique habitats.
What is the price range for rentals in Torch Lake?
Vacation rentals in Torch Lake have a price range between $81-$4,734. The average price for rentals in Torch Lake is $467 per night.
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