On October 21st, 1970 the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore became the third US National Lakeshore. Here’s hoping you get to spend some time with the Lakeshore soon!
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Here’s hoping this summer is bringing you some days of hazy splendor!!
After a two-year hiatus, the Leland Wine and Food Festival is back and better than ever this Saturday, June 11th!
John got this shot of wild Iris along the banks of Shalda Creek in the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore.
A sweet shot from 5 years ago on June 3rd of a boat in the mist on Lake Leelanau.
This young sandhill crane is likely around two weeks old and under the watchful eyes of its parents.
Some of Leelanau’s beaches are currently littered with multitudes of dead fish known as the alewife. Learn about them here!
Along with everything else, cherry blossoms haveexploded across Leelanau in the last week as warm weather released pent-up energy.
Leelanau’s sweet cherry blossoms are OUT right now, with tarts soon to follow.
From the Department of It’s About Time comes news that the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore is considering permitting mountain biking (some day).
mLive shares that the northern half of Lower Michigan has a red flag fire warning today, meaning that the warm, dry, windy conditions allow wildfires to not only start easily, but also spread quickly.
On the night of Sunday, May 15th, a lunar eclipse will begin in Leelanau at 10:28 pm with total eclipse (when the moon turns red) occurring at 12:11 am.