Lake Ponemah is a 368 acre natural kettle lake with a maximum depth of 77 feet and a mean depth of 23 feet. Lake Ponemah is an All Sports Lake so all motorists are welcome. It connects to Squaw Lake and Tupper Lake. The Shiawassee river inlets into Lake Ponemah and outlets through Tupper Lake. The lake also has a few private islands. The fishermen and anglers can expect to catch a variety of fish including Black Crappie, Bluegill, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Sunfish, Walleye, and Yellow Perch. You can also see wildlife at its finest in the canal that connects Ponemah to Squaw Lake. On any given day when taking a stroll through the canal you can expect to see deer drinking out of the lake, turtles sunbathing on logs, and even a bald eagle. You can also see what’s going on PST (Ponemah-Squaw-Tupper) Facebook.
Some amenities on the lake, Lake Ponemah has a lake lodge along with a Lake Ponemah Marina, where you can have a ship, rent a boat or even buy a boat. The lake also has public access which is off of North Rd when your heading north, take a left onto Eastview drive the exact address being (14341 Eastview Dr, Fenton, MI 48430). A popular place for hanging out and partying on the lake during the summer would be at the sandbar at the mouth of the river. Also, there is a community event that happens on the lake each year called “Skip Day”. It takes place on the Friday before labor day. Unfortunately, the lake does not have a public beach.
Another great thing about Lake Ponemah is it is a fairly open lake that gives its residents long and fantastic views of the lake.