Tommys Lake (Michigan)

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Tommys Lake
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Tommys Lake
Location Orion Township, Michigan
Coordinates 42°45′43″N83°16′26″W / 42.761913°N 83.274021°W / 42.761913; -83.274021 Coordinates: 42°45′43″N83°16′26″W / 42.761913°N 83.274021°W / 42.761913; -83.274021
Basin  countriesUnited States
Surface area42 acres (17 ha)
Surface elevation984 feet (300 meters) [1]
Settlements Orion Township, Michigan

Tommys Lake is a private 42-acre lake in Orion Township in Oakland County, Michigan, United States.

The lake is located off of Clarkston Road just east of Joslyn Road. [2]

On the east shore of Tommys Lake is Camp Agawam. The camp was a boy scout camp first begun in 1918 [3] by the Boy Scouts of America's (B.S.A.) Clinton Valley Council. The 140-acre camp served as a summer camp for countless scouts in Oakland County until being sold by the B.S.A.'s Great Lakes Council to Orion Township in 2014.

Fish

Tommys Lake fish include perch, pumpkinseed sunfish and largemouth bass [4]

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References

  1. "Tommys Lake Topo Map, Oakland County MI (Oxford Area)".
  2. "Tommys Lake Fishing-Maps-Fish Species-Depth-Size-Boat Access". fishmich.com.
  3. "BSA Great Lakes Council Looks to Close Three Historical Camps - ThumbWind". 11 October 2012.
  4. "Tommys Lake Fishing near Lake Orion, Michigan". www.hookandbullet.com.