Bass Lake is a private inland sanctuary situated uphill from Omena. There is no public access to the lake, and it is nearly unseen from a road. This is the Traditionally, Bass Lake is enjoyed for fishing, wildlife viewing, and for quiet sports such as rowing, canoeing, and kayaking. Parcels on the lake range in size from 5 acres to 90 acres. This parcel has 175 feet on the lake and 10.11 acres, accessed via an easement. It is the ONLY parcel for sale on the lake. Travel from the road to the lake is through a peaceful pine, spruce and hardwoods with ferns and lichen along the forest floor. At the water’s edge, the landscape in view on the opposite shoreline is protected in perpetuity from development. Wildlife biologists value Bass Lake as a healthy lake, a well-functioning ecosystem demonstrated by the loons who raise chicks each year. The mucky bottom provides important habitat that supports a food chain. According to biologists, the lake shore comprises prized habitat for excellent fishery. Bass Lake is also the headwaters of Belanger Creek which flows into Grand Traverse Bay.
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