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Lake Michigan's Deepest Point

Did you know? Lake Michigan is between 923-925 feet deep at the deepest point, depending on seasonal fluctuations of the lake. This point in the Chippewa Basin, was formed by Lake Chippewa centuries ago.

June 10, 2009 8:18 AM | Category: Lake Michigan

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