Geographic Information System (GIS) is a technology used for the storage, retrieval, analysis, and display of geographic information. This information includes features or places within the township that have a component, which can be displayed by a simple geometric representation, such as parcels, roads, or natural features including bodies of water.
Trout Lake Township is located in Chippewa County in Michigan's beautiful Upper Peninsula.
This area is renowned for its year-round activities. Everything from swimming, fishing, and hunting to ice-fishing, cross-country skiing, and miles of majestic snowmobile trails.
Looking for a great place to camp? Try the Trout Lake Township Campground located on beautiful Trout Lake. Take a break and bring the family to the lake!
Trout Lake Park
What Happens Around The Campfire Stays At The Campfire.
The Trout Lake Park will open for camping on Monday, May 17th, 2021!
We will begin accepting accepting reservations for the 2021 season on Monday, May 3rd. For reservations please call (906) 569-3291.
Trout Lake Township Park offers 83 campsites, 60 of which have electricity. Only a few campsites are on the lakefront. Access to the boat launch, picnic areas, and a ball diamond are just a few of the amenities this campground offers. The camping area has a shower house, dump station, and public restrooms.
Trout Lake offers miles of full-throttle fun Snowmobiling. Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is ranked as one of the best destinations for snowmobiling. Ride miles of groomed trails through glistening scenery. Then pull up to the front doors of Trout Lakes restaurants to enjoy a meal and swap stories with other sledders.