Lake Hubbard Michigan Vacation Getaway

Make Lake Hubbard Michigan your next vacation getaway. Lakes offer vacationers calm waters for boating, fishing, canoeing and many other summertime water sports. Regardless of the season the scenery of a Lake vacation is one of the best family getaways for the price. There are many hotels surrounding the picturesque Lake. You should consider a romantic couples retreat in Lake Hubbard Michigan as a way to start or rekindle the fire in your relationship. Many have chosen to have their wedding on this fabulous Lake.

Located in Northern Alcona County Michigan on the Lower Peninsula Hubbard Lake covers 8,850 acres and is one of the State’s largest natural lakes. Streams that enter the Lake are:

oWest Branch River


oHolcomb Creek

Your lodging choices at Lake Hubbard are vacation rental, cottage, resort, or hotel. For those of you who like to rough it, Ossineke State Forest Campground is just a short 13 miles from Hubbard Lake. You will find a Boat Dock at most of the cottages for your boating or canoeing pleasure. Although gas prices are high Airfare has not only seen a reduction in Airplanes but an increase in airfare prices. Driving via car or RV rental may be a more economical way to travel. Boat access sites with parking for trailers are:

oEast Bay along the northeast shore (State owned)

oWest Branch River on the southeast shore (State owned)

oNorth Bay along the northwest shore (Township owned)

Agape’ on the Bay, a new B&B (Bed & Breakfast) is a nature lovers dream. With accommodations for 150 guests and enormous banquet facilities Agape’ is a short 11 mile trip from Lake Hubbard. During the spring and summer months there are many parties at the Lake and surrounding areas where vacationers are often welcome.

There are many reasonable fishing charters that leave the guess work out of finding where the fish are biting. Avid and beginner fisherman will benefit from the many boat rental services in the area. Winter in Lake Hubbard offers ice fishing enthusiasts a chance to test their patience and resolve in the frigid elements. Lake Hubbard is stocked with:


oYellow Perch

oRock Bass

oSmall Mouth Bass

oBrown Trout

oRainbow Trout

Churchill Point Inn is a favorite among tourist; this 1920’s historical lake front Inn offers its guest one of the most beautiful down to nature accommodations available. If you’re looking for home style meals breakfast lunch or dinner Millie’s Home Cookin has the family atmosphere, service and meal selections for your palette.

You can Golf at White Pine Golf Resort, bike, hike or snowboard on the Chippewa Hills Pathway and in the Reid Lake Foot Travel Area. Other Golf courses within a 30 mile radius are:

oAlpena Golf Club

oSpringport Hills Golf Course

oGreenbush Golf Course

oRose Golf Course

Airports near Hubbard Lake are:

oAlpena (APN)

oOscoda Wurtsmith (OSC)

oWest Branch Community (Y31)

oOtsego County (GLR)

When you’re looking for the perfect vacation, plan a trip to Michigan today.…

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Vacation in Michigan

Michigan can make a great vacation destination if you are into getting away from it all. It incorporates miles and miles of beaches, sand dunes, lush green forests, and of course… the Great Lakes. There are four regions of Michigan which are the Upper Peninsula, Northern Michigan, Mid-Michigan, and Downstate.

Michigan in the summer can be pretty exciting with activities such as canoeing down protected rivers through lush forests, motorboating or sailing on its many lakes, or fly fishing on a scenic stream. All in all there are around 12,000 lakes in the state including Lake Superior, Lake Huron, Lake Michigan, and a small amount of Lake Erie.

In the winter, water gives way to ice for some great ice fishing and miles of cross country skiing in both the Upper Peninsula and Lower Peninsula. If you get there early enough (more towards the Autumn months) you might be able to take in some beautiful color changing aspects of the foliage.

There is a lot to see in Michigan depending on where your vacation home rental is near. The most recognizable sights in the state of course are the Great Lakes. Then there is Pictured Rocks, Seney National Wildlife Refuge, Porcupine Mountains, Tahquamenon Falls State Park, Isle Royale State Park, and much more.

If you are looking for a ‘city vacation’ in Michigan there is Detroit, the largest city, and Lansing, the state capital. In these bigger cities you’ll find more city-like things to do with their many historic landmarks, fine dining, and cultural experiences.…

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