Map of Michigan with facts and data

For a handy map of Michigan, visit the link near the bottom of this page.  

Shown above is a photo of Lake Hubbard, a popular Michigan vacation destination.  

Lake Hubbard Michigan, part of which was once considered a holy place by the Great Lakes Indians, has been a major vacation spot for over a hundred years.

Travelers love this clear, spring-fed lake, nestled in the forested hills of Alcona County. The lake spans 8,800 acres over three townships, and measures seven miles at its widest point.

The water's edge features 30 miles of wooded shoreline, punctuated by inns, cabins, cottages, resorts and quaint little eateries.

Lake Hubbard is a favorite destination for boaters and anglers in the summer, but also appeals to ice-fishermen, skaters and snowmobile riders in winter months.

Other local activities include swimming, nature photography and hiking in the Huron National Forest.

You might also play golf at the White Pine National Golf Club, located on the southeast edge of the lake.

Or visit Newegon State Park along the shores of Thunder Bay, less than 20 miles east of Lake Hubbard.

Cute nearby towns include Alpena, Ossineke, Lincoln Village, and Hubbard Lake (an unincorporated community about a mile north of the lake itself). 

For food, recreation, local points of interest, and a map of Michigan cities, visit any of the links shown below.

facts about michigan

  1. The state of Michigan spans 58,572 square miles.
  2. The ten largest (most populated) cities in Michigan are Detroit, Grand Rapids, Warren, Sterling Heights, Flint, Lansing, Ann Arbor, Livonia, Clinton Township, and Dearborn, in that order.
  3. Michigan is known for its cities that are supported by heavy industry, as well as for its vast stretches of unbroken wilderness.
  4. Michigan has the largest State Forest system in the nation, with four National Forests - Manistee, Hiawatha, Ottawa, and Huron.
  5. Michigan is home to more than 11,000 lakes. 
  6. The Great Lakes account for 20 percent of the world's surface freshwater supply.
  7. Michigan has approximately 150 lighthouses, the most of any U.S. state. 

Map of Michigan and related links

Click here for a free printable Map of Michigan 

Go here to visit Mackinac Island

Click this link to visit Lake Hubbard

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