Mirror Lake is located on the southern edge of Jackson County and is part of the Grand River watershed. It was born out of land expanded from a smaller lake to its present size in 1965 when the Grand River was dammed. The size of the lake is approximately 75 acres and it is a moderately deep lake, around 40 feet.
Mirror Lake Association was founded in 1984. There are 226 members with a total of 388 lots. The 97 lakefront properties account for 25% of the total number of lots. Membership in the association is required with property ownership. Click here to see the Board & Committee Leaders
Mirror Lake and the membership parks are key benefits of the Mirror Lake lifestyle. Available to all members in good standing.
Camp Fire Pit
Be sure to place your membership card on your dashboard if you use the parking area.
Mirror Lake Annual Picnic
July 4 Boat Parade
The parade was a huge success. Many fabulous decorations and demonstrations of patriotism were present. Thanks to the Kelloggs for their leadership and hard work. Also thanks for all the members that helped and brought food to share !
PLM Lake and Land management Corp of Morrice, MI is contracted to do a water quality assessment at the beginning and end of each season as well as treat the water for Algae and Weeds. There are FOUR dates scheduled for this. Treatments are weather permitting so dates may vary slightly. SWIMMING WILL BE RESTRICTED TEMPORARILY AFTER TREATMENT. Please plan accordingly!
8/8/2021 Algae & Weed Treatment
8/30/2021 Fall water quality and AVAS
The Picnic was a huge success! Thanks to the member support and especially to Carolyn and Walt for the food and ice cream. It was great to have members be able to meet together again. It was great to meet NEW members too!
We have a NEW MLA Phone number
The Pavilion gets a new roof!
Due to recent changes and the development of the website, the old phone number has been changed. The new contact number will go to a voice mail and you can leave a message.
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The contractor has been selected and the board is choosing the roofing color. The plan is to replace the roof in October to keep the Pavilion available through the summer. Official timing will be posted on the EVENTS Calendar when it is scheduled.