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Goguac Lake

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Street: Lakeshore Battle Creek Michigan
Zip Code: 49015
County: Calhoun
Longitude: -85.21037
Latitude: 42.284308
  • Public

Acreage: 352

Goguac Lake is located in Battle Creek Township in Calhoun County. This Michigan lake consists of 352 acres of surface waters with reported depths of 66 feet.

Goguac Lake is 163 miles from Chicago, 79 miles from Elkhart, 93 miles from South Bend, Just south of Battle Creek. From I-94, go to Helmer Rd., then South (Right) to Gethings, left on S. 24th, right on Charles, right to lakeshore.

Fishermen report catches of Largemouth Bass and Muskie.

There is a public access site on the North side of the lake, just off Latimer Lane. The site includes a hard surface ramp, toilets and parking for 31 cars.

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Gouguac Lake aka Goguac Lake, Battle Creek, Calhoun County

  I am not real sure what to think about the couple in the boat in the picture on this post card. The gentle man appears to have somewhat of a concerned or worried look on his face; while the woman, who is rowing the boat, has a gleeful, almost sinister look on her face. I just hope she didnít have anything too menacing in mind.  After all, CSI Battle Creek wasnít around in that day to investigate if he did not return.

Goguac Lake is located in Calhoun County, south of Battle Creek, just north of I-94 and west of M-66. This Michigan lake, with 350 plus acres of surface waters and reported depths of up to 66 feet, has long been a popular lake.

Unlike from the day of the postcard, Goguac Lake is developed with year round homes. Willard Beach public park has a beautiful sandy beach, and is the site of a yearly one mile public swim, attracting lots of swimmers.

Goguac Lake is home to The Waterfront Restaurant. If you are like me, I think food always tastes better when eaten outside, and it tastes even better when there is a gentle breeze coming of a Michigan lake. Good food, a little on the pricey side, but worth it for an occasional splurge.

Goguac Lake is well known for its fishing. Fisherman tell me to look for Crappie, Bluegill, Pike, Largemouth Bass, Yellow Perch, Rock Bass and Walleye.

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Date added: 2011-04-03 03:43:38    Hits: 1250
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