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Walled Lake is located in Oakland County just northwest of Detroit between Pontiac and Ann Arbor along Interstate 96 near Walled Lake and Wolverine Lake. Walled Lake is part of the Detroit, Michigan metro area.

Walled Lake was first settled in the mid 1820s when Walter B. Hewett bought government land here. Jesse Tuttle from Pennsylvania moved here and officially platted the land here, with the first post office opening in 1833. The name was believed to have derived from the appearance of the areas lake, which looked like the waters were "walled" due to drift deposits or the action of water and ice. The village grew as a suburban area adjacent to Detroit, eventually incorporating as a city in 1954.

Today, it remains a pleasant location for quality suburban living, complete with shopping plazas and well-kept residences situated around the lake.

Walled Lake Baptist Church |
Residential and Commercial Real Estate East Bay Village |
Transportation COE Rail Scenic Train |

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