Draper Twin Lake Park – Oakland, MI – Review and Pics
Draper Twin Lake Park features a sparse parking lot. There is no park building or shelter. There is a port-o-potty unit at the starting path of the trail system. The path leads to the lake access dock of Draper Twin Lake but it’s an approximate 1/4 mile hike to get to the lake. The path to the lake is well-kept with no stumbling blocks or loose-footing spots. The view is rustic, yet scenic and features various wild-flower gardens on the way to Draper Twin Lake.
Shore fishing is welcome provided you possess current fishing license. The Draper Twin Lake Park lake itself is beautiful. You won’t necessarily feel like you’re “getting away from it all” when you go. The park is surrounded by private property and housing development. The fishing dock is in great condition and provides great locations to shore fish or to simply soak up the view.
Oakland Township Parks and Rec offers Kayaking classes and lessons at Draper Twin Lake Park that include kayak rental. Call the office between the hours of 8am-4:30pm to register at 249-651-7810 or stop by the office at 4480 Orion Road, Rochester, MI 48306.
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Draper Twin Lake Park
1181 Inwood Road