Wall Lake Information



Name:
Wall Lake
Town:
Delton
Directions:
Miles to Granger:
81
Miles to South Bend:
92
Miles to Elkhart:
85
Miles to Chicago:
175
Sports Description:
Wall Lake is the gem of all Barry County lakes. Located in Delton, Michigan Wall Lake is a 540 acre lake. Bordered by M43 to the west Wall Lake is only a 45 minute drive from Kalamazoo, Battle Creek, and Grand Rapids, making it a central location of paradise for most of the summer residents. Residents can partake in a number of activities including swimming, boating and relaxing. The scenery around Wall Lake is breathtaking. After an action packed day on the lake one can enjoy a quiet boat ride. Upon darkness several campfires appear were residents enjoy drinks, smores, and conversation. When the lake freezes over and snow starts to fall, activities turn to ice fishing, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. Wall Lake is Great!
Acres:
540
Bottom Type:
Sand/Peat
Depth:
12.3 - 35 feet
Best Fishing:
Bass, bluegill, perch, walleye, and crappie
Public Access:
No
Marinas:
When you leave the quiet community of Wall Lake to explore wide open spaces, drive ten miles north to Yankee Springs Recreation Area. Nine lakes are located within this 5,200-acre park. A modern campground at Gun Lake provides a boat launch, electrical service and modern restrooms. Two rustic campgrounds are available, one on Deep Lake and one set within the park for equestrian campers. Thirty miles of hiking trails, 12 miles of mountain-bike trails, and nine miles of horseback trails are open to cross-country skiing in the winter. Fishing, hunting, wildlife watching and swimming are among the activities. Picnic shelters, playgrounds, two public beaches and two "universally accessible fishing piers" are available for family fun.
Restaurants:
Horn Creek Pub Grove Street Cafe Bowen's Family Dining Sajo's Pizza Tujax Tavern The Local Grind Coffee Shop The Floured Apron
Hotels:
Bay Pointe Inn Holiday Inn Express Radisson Plaza Hotel 
Shopping:
Family Fare Supermarket Scrapaloo Delton Floral & Greenhouse
Annual Events:
From the second weekend in September to the end of October, the Bowen Mill's cider presses come alive for the "It's Cider Time Festivals."
Day Trips:
Located on Barlow Lake, Bowens Mills lies 25 miles northwest of Wall Lake. A Michigan Historical Site, this restored mill has seen milling operations come and go since the late 1830s. Now this living history museum is open by appointment May through August. Charlton Park Village Museum and Recreation Area, 20 miles northeast of Wall Lake, is built upon lands once used by Pottawatomi tribes. Today, the land is occupied by 25 restored buildings housing artifacts that depict rural Michigan life during the late 19th and early 20th century. The grounds are open daily from Memorial Day through Labor Day. A surrounding 298-acre recreation area includes river and lake access, shelters, paved boat ramp and beaches, so come prepared for picnics, swimming and fishing. Less than 10 miles northeast of Wall Lake, Pierce Cedar Creek Institute, a 661-acre environmental education center, has over seven miles of trails open for hiking, skiing, snowshoeing and observing wildlife. Ten miles north of Wall Lake you will find Robert and Mildred Otis Sanctuary and Barry State Game Area. These protected lands offer more hiking trails and canoe launches for bird and wildlife watching. Located between Kalamazoo and Battle Creek, and 20 miles southeast of Wall Lake, Fort Custer Recreation Area offers a rustic and modern campground. Originally a World War II military training center, the state now maintains 25 miles of trails open to hiking, cross-county skiing, dog sledding, horseback riding and mountain biking.
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