Twin Lake Michigan
The Community Of Twin Lake, MI
Twin Lake, Michigan, is an unincorporated community in Muskegon County. For statistical purposes, it is a census-designated place (CDP). Dalton Township is in charge of local government services, and the community’s population is 1,751. The Gerber Scout Reservation, Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp, and Owasippe Scout Reservation are all located here.
Only the Twin Lakes and the nearby North and West Lakes in Dalton Township are included in the Twin Lake CDP.
Twin Lake has 2.9 square miles of total area, 2.4 square miles is land, and the remaining .5 square miles is water.
Twin Lake, MI Demographics
- Population: 1,751
- Average Resident Age: 54.2
- Male 43.4%, Female 56.6%
- Median Home Value: $156,000
- Median Household Income: $75,804
- 89.8% Of Twin Lake Residents Own Their Home
- Average Work Commute: 23.1 min
Public Education In Twin Lake
The community of Twin Lake, Michigan, does not have its own dedicated school district. Neighboring towns provided educational institutions for Twin Lake’s residents. Younger students may attend Twin Lake public school. The school provides education from pre-school to 4th grade. Older students will attend middle school or high school in neighboring communities.