Lake Arcadia (public fishing dock at Grebe Park)
Arcadia Lake is a drowned rivermouth Lake where Bowens Creek flows into Lake Michigan. This facility provides a public fishing pier that gives direct access to deeper water that holds great fishing potential. The lake is about 100 acres.
Type of Fishing: Pier
Typical Fish Species Available: catfish, crappie, largemouth bass, northern pike, smallmouth bass, sunfish, walleye, yellow perch
Bait: Worms, Minnows, Artificial
Hours: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Drive to Arcadia Michigan on M-22 north from Manistee or south from Frankfort, or drive west on County Road 603 to Arcadia. Drive west on Lake Street towards Lake Michigan, turn south on First Street to Grebe Park parking lot. The large, public fishing dock is open all year. Water is bubbled to keep open in the winter. Walleye, bass, and pan fish are available. Bait is available at nearby Arcadia Marine. TOTALLY HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBLE.
Address: Grebe Park, 1st Street, Arcadia Michigan 49613
Town/Range/Section: 24N 16W Sec. 16
Latitude/Longitude: 44.48 / -86.238