Mullett and Burt Lake Rentals - Indian River, Michigan

Rentals located on beautiful Mullett Lake in Northern Michigan's scenic Indian River area.

Lakefront Cabins along the Southeast Shore of Mullett Lake

Mullett Lake is a lake in Cheboygan County in the U.S. state of Michigan. The lake is named after John Mullett, who, together with William A. Burt, made a federal survey of the area from 1840 to 1843. A neighboring lake was named after Burt.

The lake is approximately 10 miles (16 km) long from southeast to northeast, about 4 miles (6.4 km) at its widest, and 120 feet (37 m) at its deepest. It covers 17,360 acres, making it the third largest inland lake in Michigan.

Major inflows to the lake are the Indian River, which connects with nearby Burt Lake, Pigeon River, Little Pigeon River, Sturgeon River and Mullett Creek. The Cheboygan River flows out of the northeast end of the lake.

The lake is part of the great Inland Waterway, by which one can boat 38 miles (61 km) from Crooked Lake and Round Lake near the Little Traverse Bay of Lake Michigan across the northern tip of the lower peninsula's "Mitten" to Cheboygan on Lake Huron.

Driving Directions

From I-75 northbound, take Exit 310 for MI-68 toward Indian River/Rogers City.

Approximately 45 minutes north of Gaylord, 30 minutes south of Mackinaw City


Located on Michigan's Inland Waterway

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