Thornapple Lake Information



Name:
Thornapple Lake
Town:
Nashville
Directions:
Directions from Chicago, IL to THORNAPPLE LAKE
Miles to Granger:
100
Miles to South Bend:
114
Miles to Elkhart:
135
Miles to Chicago:
187
Sports Description:
State-owned public access on south shore of east end. Camping.
Acres:
409
Depth:
31 ft
Best Fishing:
Muskies, Pike, Largemouth Bass, Bluegills, Crappies, Gar, Carp, Walleyes, Rock Bass, Perch
Public Access:
Yes
Marinas:
Algonquin Lake Stge & Marina 2999 W State Rd Hastings, MI, 49058 269-948-1998 (8.85 miles away)
Restaurants:
Battle Creek & Kalamazoo are within an arm's throw. Battle Creek's The 1913 Room, Michigans only AAA Five Diamond restaurant, offers exquisite French influenced cuisine paired with the finest selections of wines available in a Louis XVI inspired environment. Hankering for some Chicago fare? Venture to Kalamazoo for Bennucci's charming atmosphere, ideal for the family night out or that very special occasion. Live jazz Friday and Saturday nights. Stay put in Hastings and visit Fall Creek, offering an excellent casual dining experience for the family, friends and business meetings. Whatever your desire, your probably within a 1/2 hour drive. Hastings Restaurants
Hotels:
Bed & Breakfast for you? Adrounie House Bed & Breakfast is an 1894 Michigan historical site, Queen Anne Victorian with a lovely oak staircase and sitting room with fireplace. Decorated with antiques and collectibles throughout. Queen beds, two rooms with whirlpools, all private baths, full breakfast daily. Camping more your style? Visit Whispering Waters Campground. A rolling wooded campground on the banks of the Thornapple River. Modern & rustic campsites, camping cabins, solar heated swimming pool, beach volleyball and walking trails. Open May 25 thru Sept. 29.  Hastings Lodging
Shopping:
Within Hastings you'll find the quaint shops that make Michigan famous. Farm Markets to Art Galleries - it's here. For bigger city shopping visit Kalamazoo or Battle Creek for a wonderful day trip.
Annual Events:
If you are looking for old-fashioned family fun, plan a visit around Prairieville's Old-Fashioned Farm Days, Summerfest, Hastings Harvest Festival, and the Barry County Fair. Charlton Park's Old-Fashioned Fourth of July, Antique Gas and Steam Show, "Of Christmas Past", or one of the many other events planned each year at the park. For a complete calendar of events, visit www.barrycounty.org/calendar.htm
Day Trips:
Barry County offers many day trip opportunities. Quaint villages abound offering you a great way to wind down from the work week. Historic homes and buildings are featured along tree-lined streets. Make sure to visit the numerous antique shops. The Gilmore Car Museum is a must for auto buffs. Featuring over 140 classic and collector cars, the Gilmore offers visitors a unique experience. Kalamazoo is only 24 miles away. When in KZoo you must visit the Air Zoo! Be amazed at the air giants, including hot air balloons and fighter planes. If outdoor fun is up your alley, you will enjoy the 15,000 acre Yankee Springs Recreation Area. There are over 300 lakes in Barry County, 10 area golf courses, horseback riding at the SPIRIT Farms Riding Center and ample hunting opportunities sure to keep you entertained year-round.
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