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Leelanau State Park

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Leelanau State Park, Michigan

We have two words to say about Leelanau State Park: into it. After all, “Leelanau” does indeed translate from Native American to “A Land of Delight.” The landscape is given its personality by a rocky Read more...
We have two words to say about Leelanau State Park: into it. After all, “Leelanau” does indeed translate from Native American to “A Land of Delight.” The landscape is given its personality by a rocky beach, rustic camping, 8.5 miles of hiking and skiing trails, and some big ol’ trees that “badass” falls short of describing. The whole park is a whopping 1,300 acres and plays host to the Grand Traverse Lighthouse Museum, which we recommend visiting while you digest the delicious eats you just had at a picnic. Okay! You ready to come explore?
Leelanau Campground
Andy
Andy: I just spend a few days at Site 31 at the Leelanau State Park Campground, and it was incredible. A...
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