Selkirk Lake Information



Name:
Selkirk Lake
Town:
Shelbyville
Directions:
From Chicago

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Miles to Granger:
80
Miles to South Bend:
94
Miles to Elkhart:
81
Miles to Chicago:
168
Acres:
94
Depth:
39
Best Fishing:
Walleye, Bluegills
Public Access:
Yes
Restaurants:
For fine dining check out Bay Pointe Inn & Restaurant. They are located on four acres that is nestled along 250 feet of Gun Lake. This 32,000 square foot facility is smoke free, featuring 38 hotel rooms and 6 suites, a 123 seat restaurant with a outdoor patio that can seat 85 people. An indoor pool, spa area, fitness center, and modest conference area. Beyond the private beach, a 10 slip-dock welcomes transient boaters looking for dinner or drinks plus we now have a great location to hold your weddings.
In Middleville, Fish Shack in Middleville serves, well, fish. They feature deep-fried cod, blue gill, walleye and alligator.
Take a drive to Grand Rapids for you choice of cuisine. Restaurant List
Hotels:
You'll find everything from historic inns to full-service resorts, family-operated motels to the five star hotel, from condomimums to bed & breakfast homes, and to cabins/cottages in the woods or campgrounds on the beach.
There are plenty of camping choices including the Yankee Springs Recreational Park. Gun Lake has cottages for rent and the Gun Lake Motel. Travel to Shelbyville for chain hotels or a bit further to Grand Rapids for a big-city selection of hotels, motels and bed & breakfasts.  
Shopping:
Ridge View Fruit Farm features many kinds of fruits, pumpkins, and vegetables. There is also a picnic area for your enjoyment. ~ Bridge Street Gallery has original artwork of over 50 Michigan artists with oils, acrylics, pastels, watercolors, pottery, glass, jewelry, sculpture, hand-made purses & cards. Print & posters. The S&S Farm Market is the local farmers market open May through October and is the place to find fresh strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, corn and pumpkins. Again, Grand Rapids will have any store you are looking for. It's worth the drive.
Day Trips:
Yankee Springs Recreational Park features Devil's Soupbowl, a glacially carved kettle formation, Graves Hill Overlook and The Pines. The park has mountain biking, horseback riding trails, fishing piers, beaches and nine lakes for fishing and lots of winter activities. Historic Bowens Mills and the Covered Bridge are just a short drive.
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