Bay Pointe

Introduction

February- Spring Days at Bay Pointe Inn

February- Spring Days at Bay Pointe Inn

If the winter blues’ got you down Bay Pointe Inn is here to help! We understand weather advisories and winter snow storms have you trapped indoors. Have no fear, spring will come, and when it does you can book your lakefront stay at Bay Pointe Inn and enjoy our pristine views of Gun Lake.

Spring Fishing on Gun Lake
Get your fishing license ready and cast your line in Michigan’s pristine waterways. Trout season begins on the last Saturday of April. If you’re searching for a more serene experience, check out Gun Lake. As southwest Michigan’s largest all-sport lake you’ll be able to access a wide range of fishing spots, the pier, offshore or a remote spot out on the lake. You’ll find a boat launch on the channel, and you can catch: Catfish, Crappies, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Sunfish, Northern Pike, Walleye, and Yellow Perch.

Yankee Springs State Recreation Area

Set in on Gun Lake waterfront, our polished resort is only a short drive from the Yankee Springs State Recreation Area. To access the park, you’ll need a Michigan’s Recreation Passport. Yankee Spring’s unique beauty and landscape allow for many forms of recreation, such as camping, hiking, horseback riding, fishing, cross-country skiing, and much more. You can fish from one of the two piers, one on Gun Lake and another on Deep Lake. If spring hasn’t fully bloomed, you can still enjoy cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, or snowshoeing. Altogether, there are nine lakes within the park boundaries which allow for excellent fishing opportunities, as well as horseback riding opportunities. Overall you’ll love staying at Bay Pointe Inn, between our luxuriously decorated rooms and picturesque lake or garden views. Don’t settle for a typical stay, enjoy our sumptuous Bay Pointe Inn with beautiful views of Gun Lake.