12147 Davis Street, Atlanta, Michigan, 49709
As a popular vacation and hunting destination, Atlanta, MI is ideal for your recreational, residential or retirement property. This county seat, known as the "Elk Capital of Michigan", offers year-round adventure. The area is surrounded by approximately 1,000 square miles of state land, lakes and trout streams.
Floodwaters are among the numerous outdoor attractions convenient to Atlanta. In addition to plentiful elk, you will also find whitetail deer, pheasants, ducks and incredible species of fish.
As the Elk capital of the state, Atlanta hosts the annual Elk Festival each September. In the winter, the Sno-Drift Rally brings drivers and racing teams from all over the world.
The Thunder Bay River is a 75.4-mile river running from Atlanta to Alpena and flows into the Thunder Bay/ Lake Huron. The largest reservoir in the Thunder Bay River basin is the 8500-acre Fletcher Pond, also called Fletcher Floodwaters. It is known for having the second largest population of Osprey in the Midwest. Thunder Bay River is a large river system with beautiful scenery. Year-round recreation is endless! Enjoy kayaking, canoeing, camping, swimming, fishing, hunting, and viewing wildlife. Thunder Bay River is a blue-ribbon trout river.
Atlanta is located on the 45th parallel in between Gaylord and Alpena. There are 1000s of acres of state land available to hunters. There are ORV trails to snowmobile, 4-wheeling, hiking, and nature seeking. Take pride and enjoyment of the clean lakes for boating and fishing. Crooked Lake, Clear Lake, Tomahawk Lake, Lake Fifteen, McCormick Lake. DeCheau Lake, and Rush Lake Atlanta MI to name a few.
Call or Email Kathleen Schepke at (989) 464-6031 Email: kathleen@UCgreatlakes.com