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The Weather near Burt Lake
Check out the climate diagram for Burt Lake. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. However, temperatures can go lower than 8° near Burt Lake in February. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is July.
Waterfront townhouses and vacation homes on Burt Lake
It's hard to pass on this selection of vacation houses and apartments at Burt Lake. If you want a private dock to launch your boat, plenty of backyard space for the kids to play, or a quiet spot on an outdoor patio to catch the sunset, you'll find it here. You'll also be well situated to enjoy other locations and attractions in North Michigan.
Culture and history on the lake shore
It's not simply natural wonders that you'll enjoy with a vacation home on Burt Lake. In the surrounding towns which dot the area you'll also find some excellent historical and cultural attractions.
Drive 30 minutes' north and take a ferry to historic Mackinac Island, a designated US National Historic Landmark for its famous 19th-century architecture. A half-hour drive west will get you to Petoskey, the picturesque setting for several of Ernest Hemingway's series of Nick Adams stories.
Family fun with spacious waterfront vacation homes
Burt Lake is the ideal place to bring your family. You can find spacious homes with multiple bedrooms, as well as smaller cottages with detached sleepouts. Burt Lake is less busy than a lot of Michigan's other lakes, and in summer you'll can often have hours on the water alone with the family.
Right on your doorstep you have endless opportunities for fishing, swimming, boating, and even water sports. Plus it's a still and peaceful place if you just want to soak up some relaxation time in rural northern Michigan.
Visit Burt Lake in winter
Burt Lake is obviously a great place for a summer vacation rental. However, during winter it's an exciting place to be for snow-based activities and excursions.
Burt Lake's rich variety of fish make it a good place to try your hand ice-fishing, and you can also go snowmobiling and skiing in the hills and forests nearby. You can even take exciting rafting trips down Sturgeon River!
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