Hubbard Lake Literature


There are two notable lakes named Hubbard Lake:

Books about Hubbard Lake:

Hubbard Lake Safety Book: The Essential Lake Safety Guide For Children

Hubbard Lake Fun Book: A Fun and Educational Book About Hubbard Lake

Hubbard Lake Vacation Super Coloring Book

Hubbard Lake Water Safety Coloring Book

Hubbard Lake Paddleboarding: A Guide To Flat Water Stand Up Paddling

Hubbard Lake Wakeboarding: Learn to Wakeboard

  1. Hubbard Lake, Michigan: Located in Alcona County in Northern Michigan, this is the larger and more well-known of the two. It covers an area of 8,850 acres (36 km²) and is seven miles (11 km) long (north-south) and two miles (3 km) wide. It has a maximum depth of 85 feet (26 m) with an average depth of 32.6 feet (9.9 m). The lake spans three townships: Caledonia, Alcona, and Hawes.

The lake is a favorite vacation spot for many Michiganders and is well-stocked with bass, yellow perch, northern pike, trout, and walleye, making it a popular destination for summer angling as well as winter ice fishing. Although it is not an incorporated municipality, for statistical purposes, the U.S. Census Bureau defines the area immediately surrounding the lake as a census-designated place named Hubbard Lake.

  1. Hubbard Lake, Minnesota: This smaller lake is located in Becker County, Minnesota, near the city of Detroit Lakes. It covers an area of approximately 1,108 acres (448 ha) and has a maximum depth of 40 feet (12 m). The lake is known for its beautiful scenery and its abundant opportunities for outdoor recreation, such as swimming, fishing, and boating.
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