Fisk Lake Michigan

Fisk Lake is a freshwater lake in East Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States. It was named for John Fisk. Now primarily valued for scenic purposes, it was originally used as a source of ice for Grand Rapids, Michigan and the Chicago meatpacking industries. It receives water from Reeds Lake, and drains to the Grand River by way of Coldbrook Creek.
  • Location: East Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States
  • Primary inflows: Dredged channel from Reeds Lake
  • Primary outflows: Coldbrook Creek
  • Basin countries: United States
  • Surface area: 26 acres (0.1 km²)
  • Surface elevation: 732 feet (223 m)
  • Type: natural
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