Hamlin Lake Information
Fishing is Great on Hamlin Lake!Hamlin Lake and its bayous offer an outstanding variety of fish including tiger muskie, northern pike, walleye, large and small mouth bass, perch, crappie and bluegill. Lake Michigan salmon and steelhead are seasonally plentiful at the dam site. Click here for the latest Hamlin Lake Fishing Report. Boat and motor rentals, launch ramps, bait, supplies, food and gas are never too far away.
Enjoy sun, shade, sand & waterAll kinds of activities await Hamlin Lake visitors. Whether you and your family are looking for adventure or solitude, you'll find it here -- with plenty of space for everyone. Bring your powerboats, sailboats, windsurfers, skis and tubes. Enjoy swimming, scuba diving, picnics, sand sculpture, and sunning, along with pontoon and paddleboat rides. Explore the hiking trails and canoe trail at the state park, which meander through an array of breathtaking natural settings. Be impressed with a spectacular view of both lakes as you climb dunes from the Hamlin shore all the way to Lake Michigan. Relax with a campfire and a beautiful sunset at the end of a wonderful day.
Much to Explore in the Hamlin Lake AreaThere is so much to see and do! The Hamlin Lake and Ludington area offers a wide range of dining and shopping, along with entertainment, activities and numerous special events throughout the year. Don't miss a tour of Historic White Pine Village and the Pumped Storage Plant. Walk along the city marina or visit our two lighthouses--downtown Ludington's North Breakwater Light and the Big Sable Point Lighthouse in the Ludington State Park. Enjoy a carferry cruise or a chartered fishing trip on Lake Michigan. Then, take home the memories.
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Links to other local information
Hamlin Lake is located just minutes north of downtown Ludington. For additional information about the greater Ludington area, click on www.VisitLudington.com.
The Hamlin Township government site includes information such as meeting minutes, township officers, zoning, and other government issues.