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Having Fun

ENJOYING THE WATER

Playing on Torch Lake is a BLAST!
Wading, swimming, floating, tubing, waterskiing,
Wakeboarding, kneeboarding, boating, fishing,
paddleboarding, kayaking, canoeing, sailing,
sailboat racing or a sunset cruise…

We all love this gorgeous lake!
We all share a responsibility to care for her clear, blue waters.
As a community, let’s work together and Care for Torch Lake!

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September 17, 2021

What more is there to know about Torch Lake?

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Swimming

Stay within public beach boundaries.

kids jumping into lake

Photo: Lisa Powell

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Boating

Before entering Torch Lake,
Clean, Drain and Dry your boat.

kids jumping into lake

Photo: Clastron Boats

Paddling

Watch the sky for storms.

kids jumping into lake

Photo: Marty Cash

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Fishing

Don’t dump bait in our lake.

fish caught on Torch Lake

Photo: Bob Robbins

EXPLORING THE WATERSHED

Discovering the watershed is SURPRISING!
The Torch Lake Watershed may be small,
but there are plenty of opportunities
to get off the beaten path and explore.

Hiking

Leave only footprints
Take only photos. 

Learn more

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Adventuring

Respect private property.

Photo: Trish Narwold

Visit the TRUE BLUE Gallery

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Visit the TRUE BLUE Gallery
Opening Friday, May 28,2021
Gallery Summer Hours: Tuesday-Saturday
11am-5pm
Featuring Watershed-inspired art and
Tips on how to Care for Torch
9046B Helena St.
Alden, Michigan 49612
231-633-1072

Don't just wish that Torch Lake will stay blue.
Choose a water-friendly lifestyle - make a difference!