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Bear Lake, of Kalkaska County, is serenely located in Northern Michigan between Grayling and Kalkaska. Bear Lake Association informs and promotes the education of riparian property owners and other lake users about water issues and quality.
Bear Lake AssociationBear Lake Township is home to:
Lakes & Ponds: Bear Lake, Cub Lake, Upper Black Lake, Middle Black Lake, South Black Lake, Mallard Lake, Kings Ponds, Johnson Lake, East Lakes, Cranberry Lake.
Rivers & Creeks: Manistee River, Black Creek, Clear Creek, Portage Creek.
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News + Events
Stay up-to-date on our latest articles, press releases, and what we are doing to serve and bring change to our community.
The Lake Ecology class from the Au Sable Institute was here On June 23 take samples and measurements. The news is good. Here’s the report for you reading pleasure. A couple of the e-coli locations …
Great showing for this year’s parade. 19 boats in all. As usual, it was very difficult to pick just one winner so we picked four. Thank you to all who participated. And a big thanks …
Here are the minutes and presentation from the Annual Meeting 2023 Bear Lake Association Annual Meeting Minutes DRAFT 2023 Annual Meeting – Presentation
As a riparian, you may enjoy this online class: Introduction to Lakes Online State of the Great Lakes 2022 Report https://www.canr.msu.edu/news/state-of-the-great-lakes-2022-reports-a-refined-look-at-the-success-of-prevention-control-and-impact-mitigation-for-aquatic-invasive-species-in-the-great-lakes-msg23-sturtevant23 MI-DNR Wake Boat Report MI-DNR-REPORT-37 Did you know about the assistance provided by the fire …
After a two year absence, our loon couple finally have a new arrival. Born on either July 25th or 26th, the tiny bird has been seen several times riding on its parents’s back and even …
Laura Hendricks, the Kalkaska County Planning, Zoning & Soil Erosion administrator indicated that you may cut down any tree on your property up to 500 feet from the lake, even on the shoreline, without applying …
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