This is a small inland lake that is surrounded by private homes and cottages. There is one inconvenient public access point and no public parking nearby. There are no other public facilities.
All the surrounding lakes, including the largest, Emerson Lake, are private.
Boat Launch- gravel road as an extension of Wever Road. It is one lane, fenced on each side with a fairly steep "ramp" into the lake. No turn around- you would need to back a trailer in, and then take it somewhere else to park. Since the lake is primarily private, you are probably expected to have a friend with property if you put in here, so you could park with them.
Fishing- black crappie, bluegill, largemouth bass, muskellunge, northern pike, rock bass, smallmouth bass, sunfish, walleye, yellow perch (list from lake-link.com)
Rest Rooms and Potable Water
Rest Rooms- none
Potable Water- none
Access- long gravel lane
Restrictions- water skiing and boating permitted 11 am to 7:30 pm
Seasonality- lake freezes in winter, access not plowed
Ecosystem- Small inland lake with Whelen Creek flowing in from the east and out at the northwest. Surrounded by low sand hills
Most recent date this info personally checked- 2012
Additional Facilities- none
Maintained by- Branch Township, Mason County
More- Michigan DNR Mason County Lakes Back to map
Long Lake is just over 1 mile east of Walhalla, north of US 10. You can take Wever Road directly east from Walhalla till it dead ends at the public access. Or, continue east on US 10 for 0.8 miles, turn north on Campbell Rd, and then east on Wever.