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Hubbard Lake serves both the seasonal and year-round cottagers and residents who live by the lake. Hubbard Lake is a large inland lake in Michigan, named for Dr. Bela Hubbard who first surveyed the Michigan area along with Dr. Douglass Houghton in 1840. Bela Hubbard suveyed the southeast of Michigan but was recognized in 1870 by the naming of the lake in his honor. Mt. Maria (pronounced Mariah) is located at its south shore. The lake spans three townships in Alcona County: Caledonia, Alcona, and Hawes. The surrounding township has remained primarily rural. Hubbard Lake is favorite fishing spot, with Wolf Creek and the Lower South Branch of the Thunder Bay River flowing through the area.