Protecting and Preserving Black Lake and the Surrounding Watershed
Facts & Statistics
Black Lake is the seventh largest inland lake in Michigan at 10,130 acres
The largest body of water in the Black River watershed, it drains through the Lower Black and Cheboygan Rivers into Lake Huron
The lake is divided 1/3 in Presque Isle and 2/3 in Cheboygan counties. There are four townships bordering the lake, Grant, Waverly, North Allis and Bearinger
At its deepest point, Black Lake is approximately 55 feet deep
Onaway State Park, at the southeastern end of the lake, offers camping, swimming and fishing. Its buildings, built during the Great Depression by the Civilian Conservation Corps, have been deemed eligible for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places.