The LDLA is dedicated to preserving the natural beauty and quality of Lake Doster, a spring-fed lake in southwest, lower Michigan.
Lake Doster is a private, all-sports lake owned by the LDLA’s 266 Member property owners. Its swimming beach and playground are also open to the greater Lake Doster Community, those who are members of the Lake Doster Homeowner’s Association and have secured a membership for such use.
Our Lake Doster is home to a close community of neighbors. Lake Doster’s pristine beauty is enjoyed by its membership owners as well as a wide variety of wildlife. Great blue herons, sand-hill cranes, swans, and other native birds are found along Lake Doster’s shore. Large-mouth bass, blue-gill, perch, crappies, and northern pike are among the plentiful bounty of fish found within its waters.
Lake Doster's early history may be read by linking to the “History” tab.
Surface Area . . . . . . 129 Acres (+/- an Acre)
Maximum Depth . . . . 20 Feet
Mean Depth . . . . . . . . ~8.1 Feet
Lake Volume . . . ~1,020 Acre-Feet
Shoreline Length . . . . . 4.7 Miles