This lake ties into Lake Michigan via a small channel where the first while settlers appeared here in the mid 1850's and took it from the Indians. About 1880, the president of the Chicago and West Michigan Railroad built a depot at the east end of the lake and gave it the name of his daughter, Mona. In no time at all, employees and residents started calling the lake, "Mona Lake" and has been called that ever since. Mona Lake is a lake in Muskegon County in the state of Michigan. The latitude and longitude coordinates for this lake are 43.1806, -86.2509 and the altitude is 581 feet. Mona Lake is a scenic 695 acre lake. Mona Lake has some great bluegill, catfish, channel catfish, bass, black crappie, crappie, largemouth bass, muskellunge, muskellunge, northern pike, perch, smallmouth bass, walleye, white bass and yellow perch.
County: Muskegon County
Surface area: 695.00