The Heart Of The Inland Waterway

Burt Lake Waterfront Homes

Burt Lake State Park is located on the southeast corner with 2,000 feet of sandy shoreline. In the "Heart" of northern Michigan's famed Inland Waterway, a chain of rivers and lakes offers approximately 38 miles of boating pleasure. There is a beautiful fishing pier that is wheelchair accessible at the mouth of the Indian River at DeVoe Beach on Burt Lake. We also have campgrounds, restaurants, shopping, ice cream shops, mini-golf, and more on Burt Lake.

Clear blue water and blues skies at Burt Lake Sunset over Burt Lake waterfront Aerial view over Burt Lake, MI area and waterfront Glimpse of Burt Lake through trees on sunny day Aerial view of Burt Lake shoreline with trees Secret beach on Burt Lake surrounded by trees Bike trail through forest in Burt Lake, MI during summer

Burt Lake Waterfront Home Statistics

Average Price $889K
Lowest Price $230K
Highest Price $1.6M
Total Listings 4
Avg. Price/SQFT $467

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Burt Lake Waterfront Real Estate Listings

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About Burt Lake Homes and Properties For Sale

As the state’s fourth largest inland lake with over 17,000 acres of sparkling clear blue waters, Burt Lake is one of the more notable boating and fishing destinations in Michigan. It’s located in the heart of northern Michigan’s Inland Waterway, an interconnected network containing 40 miles of navigable lakes and rivers. There is a wealth of opportunities to enjoy the water, from canoe trips and lazy river floats to year-round fishing and sandy beaches perfect for swimming.

In the southeast corner of Burt Lake you’ll find the State Park with a wheelchair accessible fishing pier at the mouth of the Indian River. Countless hiking trails provide outdoor adventures, whether you are on foot, skis, snowshoes, or snowmobile. Golfers will find Hidden River’s 18-hole course a tranquil experience, with a casual fine dining restaurant overlooking the Maple River for a relaxing meal afterwards. 

The Douglas Lake Bar & Steakhouse, known simply as the “DLB” to locals, has been reliably cooking up some of the best oak plank whitefish in the area for decades. With live music every Sunday evening in the summer, it’s an ideal spot for a relaxing evening by the water. For Italian-American fare and classic cocktails, head to Vivio’s for a neighborhood classic that has been around for over 80 years. 

While other small towns in northern Michigan may boast more businesses and scheduled events, Burt Lake is all about being a wonderfully quiet respite from the world. Much of the land remains sparsely developed, with large wilderness areas adding to the appeal of calling this corner of the world your home. If you’re seeking a more secluded area to build your cottage, the properties available in Burt Lake may be just the answer for your ideal vacation home setting.

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Just one visit to Burt Lake and its surrounding communities will have you hooked. Offering many different summertime activities, you'll never be bored on Burt Lake. When locals or vacationers need to find Burt Lake real estate for sale, they turn to Wally Kidd. Wally Kidd is the top real estate professional whose Burt Lake properties include some of the most sought-after area homes for sale. That also makes Wally Kidd the best choice for listing your Burt Lake properties, too. So, if you are looking for Burt Lake homes for sale or Burt Lake waterfront real estate, contact Wally Kidd at 231.838.2700 to learn more about our amazing properties near Burt Lake, MI. We are the preferred Burt Lake real estate agent for the entire country. We also offer Burt Lake cabin rentals.

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