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Lake County

Lake County is a rural community housing 200,000 acres of public-owned land, including more than 100 lakes, 300 miles of maintained snowmobile and ORV trails, and the widely visited Manistee National and Pere Marquette State forests.

The community has a variety of businesses to complement its prominent recreational attractions, including many lodging, retail, and restaurant options for visitors and residents to frequent. Lake County is also well known for the many annual events it hosts, including Baldwin’s “Original” Blessing of the Bikes, Trout-a-rama, Luther Days, Idlewild Music Fest, and more.

Lake County Economic Development Alliance (LCEDA)

The Lake County Economic Development Alliance’s mission is to create a unified vision that promotes the unique resources including historical, natural and cultural amenities that enhance the capacity of the local economy. The organization is a non-profit 501c3 organization with a dedicated board consisting of community leaders who represent all areas of the county.

If you'd like to learn more about the support and resources offered in this region, please contact Jodi Nichols. She can be reached at nicholsj@rightplace.org.