Leelanau State Park


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Leelanau State Park


Location:In Leelanau County, north of Traverse City via M-22 to M-201, through Northport to County Road 629.
Facilities:52 rustic campsites, 2 mini-cabins, picnic area and shelter (é), playground, hiking trails (8.5 miles), museum.
Activities:Camping, swimming, hiking, cross-country skiing, hunting.
Special Features:"Leelanau" is a Native American word meaning "A Land of Delight." Leelanau State Park is located on the tip of the little finger on Leelanau Peninsula and includes the Grand Traverse Lighthouse Museum, a restored lighthouse and fog signal building.
Address:15310 N Lighthouse Point Rd
Northport, MI 49670

Phone:231-386-5422
Web: www.michigandnr.com/parksandtrails/ParksandTrailsInfo.aspx?id=467
Size: 1,350 acres.

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(If you hold out your right palm to represent the mitten of Michigan, the tip of your pinky forms this peninsula.) The lighthouse, with its restored 1920s interior, is open for tours and climbs up the tower steps; it's located inside Leelanau State Park, 20 miles north of Leland.