About Torch Lake
Experience the beauty while fishing, and playing on Torch Lake.
Boating enthusiasts will be mesmerized by the opportunity to sail across Torch Lake’s expansive and vibrant waters, exploring its unique sandbars and picturesque shores. The lake is a hotspot for water sports, offering ideal conditions for wakeboarding, water skiing, and tubing, attracting thrill-seekers and water sports lovers alike.
For those in search of relaxation, Torch Lake’s famous sandbar is the perfect spot to anchor, soak in the sun, and enjoy the stunning natural beauty, perhaps with a picnic on board. The sandbar also provides a social atmosphere where you can mingle with other visitors and locals.
Venturing into town for lunch or shopping? The areas around Torch Lake boast charming localities, where you can savor gourmet dining, craft beverages, and unique shopping experiences. The lake’s surroundings offer a blend of lakeside serenity and vibrant community life, making Torch Lake an ideal mix of relaxation and adventure, sure to delight everyone who visits.
Torch Lake Features
Stretching over 18,770 acres and reaching depths of up to 285 feet, Torch Lake is the second-largest inland lake in Michigan and a highlight of the Chain of Lakes. Known for its stunning turquoise waters, Torch Lake is renowned for its scenic beauty and vibrant aquatic life.
Lunch & Shopping
Torch River DNR Access Site
This water trail access site is designated a trailhead. The site has a developed boat launch and dock, restrooms, and trailer parking. Located at 8548 Aarwood Trail NW, Rapid City, MI 49676.
Boat to Destinations
Torch Lake’s proximity to picturesque towns such as Alden and Bellaire means you’re never far from additional amenities, delightful eateries, and quaint shopping experiences, perfectly complementing your lakeside adventure with a touch of local charm.
Tubes & Lilly Pads
MK Marine offers Tubes and Water Lilly Mats to make your day more enjoyable.