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Swiss Alpine Association

swissalpine2Throughout Michigan they are many small lakes, many with names few would recognize or be familiar with. Many have names that are shared with other lakes throughout the state, names like Bass Lake, Sand Lake, Lost Lake and Long Lake. Lakes that often go by unnoticed by many of Michiganís residents. Lakes that are tucked away in the Northern Michigan forests and are just as quiet as the day they were formed.

Many small developments are found around some of these Michigan treasures. One example of these developments is the Swiss Valley Lake Association. Found in Osceola County, just a few miles north of Reed City, along the edge of the Pere Marquette State Forest, this well kept community displays a pride of ownership of the lake development. Mainly year round stick built homes are built around two small Michigan lakes.

Round Lake and Horseshoe Lake, yes, are names of other Michigan lakes. These two small private lakes, of twenty some acres of surface waters each, are the jewels of this community of neighbors enjoying the four seasons of Michigan. Whether it is the sight of a deer running thru the woods, catching some pan fish for a summer fry with family or friends, life is just a little bit better living on a Michigan lake.

Written by Dave.