A piece of Northern Michigan living close by!

 

Nestled on beautiful Blue Heron Lake, the crystal clear water is the most famous of our amenitites. Whether boating, swimming or fishing, you will enjoy living on one of Michigans most beautiful lakes. Our water orientied community of 140 attached single family cluster homes feature direct water acces for each resident with beaches and walking trails to provide seasonal opportunities for recreation.

 

And did you know that there is an average of only two units per acre, making Blue Heron Pointe one of the most spacious and uncrowded condominium sites in all of Michigan?

Feel like a walk?

If you enjoy hiking, enjoy the hicking trail around Blue Heron Pointe. There is even an raised bridge over our natural wetlands that allows up close and personal views of the wildlife as you pass by. And if you are just out for a walk, take a rest at either of our two observation decks with benches for extended viewing.

Fun for everyone!

Take a leisurely walk along the sandy beach or stop by the gazebo and dock area to catch up with old friends and neighbors. The gazebo is a gathering place, complete with picnic tables, and available to be utilizied by by our co-owners.

Birds, Birds, Birds!

Do you enjoy bird watching? There are numerous bird watching observation areas around Blue Heron Pointe that allow you to take in the natural environment.

Water Paradise!

Whether sailing, boating or kyaking around our lake, you'll enjoy the crystal clear water and spectacular views. And the swimming and fishing are just two of the many activities our residents enjoy each and every day.

Ramp it up!

Ready for boating or fishing? Use the private residential boat launch to put your "yacth" into the lake! Fun is just around the corner at Blue Heron Pointe!

Winter Wonderland!

The beauty of Blue Heron Pointe makes for an all year love affair. Beautiful views from your windows continue during the winter months when our lake freezes and there is snow on the ground. 

 

Ice skating, anyone?