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Inside or Outside, Gather Around in Style.

We’re used to balancing too many things, making compromises. It’s part of being a family, we thought. Then we discovered The Homestead. Miles of pristine beaches, luxury accommodations, great restaurants, superb recreation and the dunes. Sometimes, it’s all right to be uncompromising.

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Michigan’s “little finger” peninsula is a special place where towering sand dunes and freshwater beaches are just a short drive from vineyards and orchards. Postcard-pretty villages filled with boutiques, galleries and fabulous restaurants punctuate this world-class scenery. No one leaves Leelanau without falling in love with this land and water. Enjoy this guide to everything that makes Leelanau County special!

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DRIVE M22: This scenic highway that traces the Lake Michigan shore is worth a day. Start in Empire and head north to Northport —or vise versa.

SEARCH FOR PETOSKEY STONES: Northern Michigan beaches are laced with this fossil cherished for its distinctive honeycomb pattern.

DUNE CLIMB CONCERT: Bring your beach chairs, blankets and snacks, and lounge on the big dune listening to live music. July 10 at 7 p.m. The Way Down Wanderers play this year! 231.334.6112, glenarborart.org.

HIT A FARMERS MARKET: Get the freshest produce and meet our Leelanau County farmers at a weekly market in six villages. The schedule: leelanau.cc/farmersmarket.asp.

IDYLL FARMS: Tour this bucolic goat cheese farm in Northport. Saturdays from mid-June through September. By reservation only. reservations@idyllfarms.com; idyllfarms.com. THE NORTHERN HOME & COTTAGE HOME TOUR: Get a peek into some of those captivating homes you’ve been driving by! September 17. MyNorthTickets.com. START SURFING: Learn from the pros at Sleeping Bear Surf & Kayak in Empire. Includes wetsuits and board rentals. sbsurfandkayak.com.

BRAKE FOR DARK SWEET CHERRIES: You haven’t lived until you’ve gorged yourself on these peninsula-grown wonders that fill roadside stands during cherry season—late June into July, depending on the weather. BROWSE LEELANAU STUDIOS: Classrooms in this former elementary school are filled with funky boutiques, galleries, consignment shops and more. 10781 E Cherry Bend Rd, Traverse City. 231.486.6900, leelanaustudios.org. PRETZEL BREAD SAMMIES AT THE VILLAGE CHEESE SHANTY: Sandwiches made to order in this Fishtown shanty are local favorites. villagecheeseshanty.com.

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SLEEPING BEAR DUNES NATIONAL LAKESHORE

If you’ve never witnessed the 111 square miles of inspiration that are Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, then you’ll want to put these tawny dunes towering over aquamarine waters on your bucket list. Already been to Sleeping Bear Dunes? Then you understand that a soul can never soak in enough of the scenery. Here’s your insider’s guide to the long and lovely Leelanau County stretch of this national park: PHILIP A. HART VISITORS CENTER The park visitors center is in Empire, at the southwest corner of Leelanau County. Purchase your park pass here, take in exhibits and a slide show and learn about ranger-led interpretive programs.

GO TO THE BEACH! North Bar Beach is where a shallow channel connects North Bar Lake to Lake Michigan. About 2 miles north of Empire. From Empire go north on LaCore Road to right on Voice Road then left on North Bar Lake Road. The gorgeous beaches of Lake Michigan’s Good Harbor Bay can be accessed off M22 at the ends of CR669 and CR651. There’s superb sand here, and a left at the end of CR669 leads you to where sweet, shallow Shalda Creek flows into Lake Michigan. One of Lake Michigan’s most spectacular destination beaches is at the historically restored town of Glen Haven, on M109 a couple miles west of Glen Arbor. Too crowded? Turn left at the water and find miles of sandy beach.

HIKE Find the trailhead for the 1.5-mile round-trip Empire Bluffs hike on Wilco Road, just a stone’s throw south of the visitors center. A short climb climaxes 40 stories above Lake Michigan and delivers a view of sparkling water, South Manitou Island and a meandering stretch of shoreline. The Dune Climb is the takeoff point for a 3-mile round-trip hike to Lake Michigan. This immersion into the dune ecosystem is rewarded by a cool dip on a pristine Lake Michigan beach. But be forewarned: this is a strenuous trip, so make sure you and your hiking pals are physically prepared. Wear sandals with a heel-strap (the sand gets hot, hot, hot—bare feet and flip-flops don’t work!) and pack water, sunscreen, snacks and your cell phone.

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Find universal accessibility information for the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore at nps.gov/slbe/planyourvisit/accessibility.htm. For more information about the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, including campgrounds: nps.gov/slbe; 231.326.4700.

A half-mile trail off Port Oneida Road north of Glen Arbor leads to Pyramid Point. A breathtaking panorama of water, sky and North and South Manitou Islands. Sunsets are unforgettable.

PIERCE STOCKING SCENIC DRIVE Get the lay of the Sleeping Bear landscape by following the interpretive stops on the 7-mile drive that winds through dunes and forests and offers expansive overlooks. The drive begins on M-109, 3 miles north of Empire.

DUNE CLIMB This mountain of a sandbox is a must-do. Climb to the top for views of the Glen Lakes (including the Little Glen beach across the road where you can rinse the sand off when you are finished playing on the dune!) and the historic D.H. Day Barn—then run and tumble your way down. Find the Dune Climb 5 miles north of Empire on M109. MyNorth 2016 Vacation Guide

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Premier Waterfront Lake Leelanau HISTORY IS FUN The national park service has taken the hamlet of Glen Haven back to its historic roots, complete with a general store that sells old-fashioned treats and toys, a working blacksmith shop and a wooden boat museum next door. Maritime history comes alive at the nearby Sleeping Bear Point Coast Guard Station Maritime Museum, where a live reenactment of a shipwreck rescue (in which Raggedy Ann & Andy play the part of the rescued) happens every summer day at 3 p.m. More than a dozen preserved 19th-century farmsteads dot Port Oneida Rural Historic District north of Glen Arbor off M22. See many of the farms from the road, or strike out on the Bayview Trail (trailhead on Thoreson Road). Mark your calendar for the annual Port Oneida fair, held August 12 and 13 in 2016.

PADDLE AND FISH Slow, shallow and beautiful, the Crystal River winds through Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. Shoot the culverts under CR675. Find rentals at Crystal River Outfitters in Glen Arbor. 231.334.4420, crystalriveroutfitters.com.

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Paddle the Sleeping Bear shoreline with All About Water, the only company authorized to provide guided kayak tours within the park. 269.214.4848, allaboutwaterusa.com. Fish Sleeping Bear’s rivers, inland lakes and Lake Michigan shoreline with Sport Fish Michigan, the only guide outfitter permitted to fish inside the park. 877.442.4294, sportfishmichigan.com.

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The Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail stretches from north of Empire all the way to Bohemian Road (and Good Harbor beach) north of the Port Oneida Rural Historic District—a distance of over 17 miles. The trail is paved with the exception of two short stretches north of Glen Arbor: a crushed aggregate section through the Port Oneida District and a boardwalk through a wetland along Westman Road. sleepingbeartrail.org.

RENT BIKES In Empire at Empire Outdoors, 231.326.5433, empiremioutdoors.com. In Glen Arbor at Crystal River Outfitters, 231.334.4424, crystalriveroutfitters.com.

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SET SAIL FOR THE ISLANDS North and South Manitou Island adventures begin with the trip across Lake Michigan’s Manitou Passage on a Manitou Island Transit ferry. The ferry to South Manitou runs daily in the summer, so you can daytrip or camp overnight on this beautiful island with its 19th-century lighthouse, ancient stand of virgin cedars known as the Valley of the Giants, and motorized tours of what was once a bustling pioneer community. The ferry stops only once a day on North Manitou, so you’ll have to spend the night in one of the rustic campsites. Find miles of wooded and shoreline trails, an inland lake and historic cottages.

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In addition to the guided tours, we rent kayaks and stand up paddleboards, and provide free delivery throughout Leelanau County (just northwest of Traverse City). Equipment is delivered and waiting for you. We take care of everything! Reservations for guided tours and rentals all made online at AllAboutWaterUSA.com

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New American Cuisine with Local Flare Box Lunches • Chicken Dinner • Sunday Brunch Private Dining Rooms • Private Parties • Porch Seating

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EMPIRE

GLEN ARBOR

This laid-back coastal town is the gateway to Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. Shop sweet boutiques, belly up at either of two classic Up North bars, hike the Empire Bluffs, pedal off on the Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail, rent a SUP and go for a paddle, or just lounge at one of the best beaches on Lake Michigan. empirechamber.com.

A resort town with a front row seat for sunsets over Lake Michigan’s Sleeping Bear Bay, Glen Arbor is surrounded by the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore and all of its beaches, trails and more. Downtown is a lively scene, with galleries, boutiques, restaurants and souvenir shops. Put your boat in for a day on Sleeping Bear Bay at the north end of S. Lake Street, paddle the Crystal River, bike the Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail, grab a table and dine outside anywhere they serve food in this town, and wine taste at two tasting rooms. visitglenarbor.com.

DON’T MISS Empire hosts some crazy fun festivals including the Asparagus Festival, May 20–22 and the Hops Festival, Oct.1.

GOLF Hit up the affordable and casual par-72 Dunes Golf Course or its Dune Valley driving range across the street. 231.326.5390, dunesgolf.com.

EMPIRE HERITAGE MUSEUM See a one-room schoolhouse, a circa1900 saloon, blacksmith shop and more. 231.326.5568, michigan.org/property/ empire-area-museum.

BIKE The Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail starts just north of town and unfurls its (mostly) paved splendor past the Dune Climb to north of Glen Arbor. sleepingbeartrail.org.

DON’T MISS Glen Lake Women's Club Village Fair, July 20. visitglenarbor.com.

GO TO THE BEACH! Three roads in this perfectly appointed Lake Michigan town lead to lovely slices of public beach—and unforgettable sunsets over Sleeping Bear Point and the Manitou Islands. Find Bay Road off M22 about a mile north of town. In town, both S. Lake (at the Lake Michigan boat launch) and S. Manitou streets end at the beach. Parking is on the street or behind the township hall on Western Avenue (M22).

FISH With the Crystal River, Lake Michigan, the Glen Lakes and a handful of smaller lakes at its doorstep, Glen Arbor is a fishing mecca. Find the info, and book Big Lake Charters out of Leland and Glen Arbor at the Sportman’s Shop (231.334.3872, thesportsmanshop.com). Watta Bite (231.409.0963, wattabite.com) and Reel Tales (231.334.3632, reeltales.net) also charter out of Glen Arbor.

BIKE The 17-mile-plus Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail runs right through Glen Arbor. Access it on Fisher Road off of CR675 (at the Crystal River) or on S. Forest Haven Drive, which connects M22 and M109. sleepingbeartrail.org. Rent bikes: Crystal River Outfitters, 231.334.4420, crystalriveroutfitters.com.

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Float the sweet, slow Crystal River in a kayak or canoe. Rent kayaks: Crystal River Outfitters, 231.334.4420, crystalriveroutfitters.com.

Empire Outdoors. 231.326.5433, empiremioutdoors.com.

GLEN ARBOR ART ASSOCIATION

GO TO THE BEACH!

Classes (kids and adults), exhibits and other events fill the summer calendar at this arts enclave in the middle of town. 231.334.6112, glenarborart.org.

Two beaches here: A wide sandy beach where the Lake Michigan surf rolls in big and bold and, across the parking lot, warm, shallow South Bar Lake. Restrooms, playground, picnic tables and grills all add up to a heavenly beach day. Follow signs from downtown.

BOAT The warm, sandy-bottomed Big and Little Glen Lakes are perfect for ski boats, jet skis or pontoons. Rent watercraft at On the Narrows Marina (231.334.4891, narrows-marina.com), Glen Craft Marina (231.334.4556, glencraftmarina.com) and Glen Lake Marine (231.326.5666, glenlakemarine.com).

THE HOMESTEAD This gorgeous four-season resort at the mouth of the Crystal River offers a plenitude of lodging. But you don’t need to be a guest to golf the on-site nine-hole course, find bliss at the spa or dine at the authentic Italian restaurant. Wintertime brings skiing and skating. thehomesteadresort.com. 12 MyNorth.com

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LELAND

Known for authentic Polish sausage and smoked meats, this quiet village in the middle of Leelanau Peninsula is full of other surprises, too, including a worthy yarn shop, jewelry store/gallery, and a bustling taco stand/hydro farm.

Watch boats putt in and out of the harbor, charter a fishing trip, hop the ferry to the Manitou Islands, browse the shantyboutiques of Fishtown—then take a table at one of the fabulous restaurants in this charming village. lelandmi.com.

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The annual Polka Festival: June 30–July 3. cedarpolkafest.com.

Leland Wine & Food Festival, Saturday June 11. Wine, brew, food tasting and live music under the tent at the Leland Harbor. lelandmi.com.

GOLF The serene and beautiful Arnold Palmer–designed Manitou Passage Golf Course is set in the gorgeous Leelanau landscape below Sugar Loaf Mountain. A challenging course that welcomes players of all levels. Nicely appointed Arnie’s Grill makes for a great lunch or drink break. 231.228.6000, manitoupassagegolfclub.com. Sugar Loaf, The Old Course is nestled among cherry orchards and rolling countryside. 231.228.2040, sugarloaftheoldcourse.com.

PADDLE Put your canoe, kayak or SUP into the Cedar River (officially named Victoria Creek) at the Cedar Village Park on the north side of Cedar and paddle a sweet (no-current) 3.6 miles to its mouth at Lake Leelanau. There is no way to spot a car since the river mouth is a swamp, so be prepared to paddle back. leelanauconservancy.org.

MAPLE CITY A tiny, scenic town that got its start as a shoe-peg factory set amid a swath of maple timber. The village’s original name, Pegtown Station, lives on at the Pegtown Station restaurant, home to some of the best pizza and breakfasts around. Find great smoked meats here at Gabe’s Country Market, and pick your own blueberries and raspberries in season at Westover Market. DON’T MISS TAYLOR BROWN

Head north on Maple City Road to M22, where you’ll find two dining gems across from Little Traverse Lake: Market22 serves up fabulous sandwiches, pizza and breakfasts. 231.228.6422, market22mi.com; Little Traverse Inn Gastro Pub has brew, burgers and full menu with a legit Scottish flare (haggis!). 231.228.2560, littletraverseinn.com.

GO TO THE BEACH! Follow Cedar Street (at Van’s Garage) west to Lake Michigan at road’s end. A short trail leads you to Hall Beach, a prime stretch of frontage that cozies up to Fishtown. The big lake too cold? Check out Nedow’s Bay beach on Lake Leelanau. Head north on M22, right on Pearl Street to the end.

EXPLORE FISHTOWN A wharf and a collection of authentic Great Lakes fishing shanties is home to boutiques, eateries and the century-old Carlson’s Fishery, where the smoked fish is legendary. Fishtown is also homeport for a number of charter fishing captains who are experts in making sure clients come back with salmon, lake trout, steelhead and brown trout. To charter a boat out of Leland go to michigancharterboats.com > Lake Michigan > Leland. The Manitou Island Transit ferry also calls Fishtown home. The ferry makes daily runs to the uninhabited Manitou Islands. For a smaller adventure, opt for the ferry line’s 1.5-hour evening Shoreline Cruise, and watch the sun set over the big lake. 231.256.9061, manitoutransit.com.

SUMMER ART The Old Art Building and Community Cultural Center, on Main Street in Leland, has a packed schedule of classes and other events: oldartbuilding.com.

STELLAR HIKES The Whaleback Natural Area consists of a mile-long trail that leads to a bluff 300 feet above Lake Michigan and a viewing platform that takes in the breathtaking Manitou Passage. Find the trailhead at 1639 N. Manitou Trail. The Clay Cliffs Natural Area offers up views of both Lake Leelanau and Lake Michigan. Find the trailhead on M22, 2.5 miles north of Leland. Both natural areas are a part of the Leelanau Conservancy. leelanauconservancy.org.

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July 9: Artists’ Market Art fair with 100 booths on the lawn and inside. 10-5 PM

June 20: How Does Your Garden Grow Art Show Reception 5-7 PM, in conjunction with Little Garden Club of Leland Art Walk (6/22).

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SUTTONS BAY The 19th-century storefronts of this sweet village on Grand Traverse Bay belie the upscale eateries, galleries and boutiques they house. Browse the shops, linger at a bistro, check out the boats at the marina, and take in a movie at the Bay Theatre—a renovated circa 1920s movie house. Then head off to explore the Suttons Bay countryside with its cornucopia of vineyards and orchards. suttonsbayarea.com. DON’T MISS The Suttons Bay Art Festival, August 6–7: Browse the work of a hundred artists. Marina Park, suttonsbayartfestival.org. Leelanau Peninsula Wine on the Water Festival, July 16: The name sums up this delicious event in Suttons Bay’s Marina Park, leelanauchamber.com.

GO TO THE BEACH! The shallows of West Grand Traverse Bay at Suttons Bay’s Marina Park are outfitted with a playground, picnic tables and grills. On Front Street, a block east of downtown.

GOLF IN THE ORCHARDS At The Leelanau Club at Bahle Farms 18 dramatic holes wind past working orchards and Lake Michigan vistas. 9505 E. Otto Rd., Suttons Bay, 231.271.2020, leelanauclub.com.

SAILING AND SCIENCE Kids and their parents can become Great Lakes water researchers aboard the Inland Seas Education Center’s 77-foot schooner the Inland Seas. Operated by the nonprofit Inland Seas Education Association. 231.271.3077, schoolship.org.

BIKE The 17-mile nonmotorized Leelanau Trail winds through forests, orchards, meadows and wetlands from Suttons Bay to Traverse City. Find the Suttons Bay trailhead on Fourth Street. traversetrails.org. Rent bikes: Suttons Bay Bikes, 231.421.6815, suttonsbaybikes.com.

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LAKE LEELANAU Straddling the picturesque Lake Leelanau narrows—the thin channel connecting the lake’s north and south lobes—this quiet town is becoming a miniature masterpiece of flavors with a winery, an elegant and authentic Italian restaurant, a bakery, distillery (with tasting room) and a local grocery that churns out killer Indian take-out. DON’T MISS Paddling through the Narrows Natural Area, the 2,350 foot-long wetland that joins North and South Lake Leelanau. Watch for raptor nests and all manner of flora and fauna. Rent kayaks or SUPs Suttons Bay Bikes, 231.421.6815, suttonsbaybikes.com.

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NORTHPORT This coastal village at the tip of the Leelanau Peninsula bustles with activity including a Music in the Park series on summer Friday evenings, bistros, shops, art galleries, cafes, a taproom, restaurant/bowling alley, a wine tasting room and more. Beyond the village limits, roam the byways to find breathtaking scenery, wineries and roadside fruit stands. northportomenachamber.org. DON’T MISS The Northport Dog Parade and Northport Wine Festival on the second Saturday of August each year.

GO TO THE BEACH! Haserot Park beach, on the calm waters of Northport Bay and just steps away from downtown, sets you up for a perfect beach day. At Christmas Cove find 200 sandy feet of Lake Michigan beach and picnic tables; parking lot is off E. Christmas Cove Road and Island View Drive northwest of Northport. The mile-long hike to the wide stretch of sandy beach at Cathead Bay in the Leelanau State Park is worth the walk. Find the trailhead and parking area on Densmore Road off CR629, 231.386.5422. Sunsets are spectacular from Peterson Park, perched on a bluff above Lake Michigan. Before the sun dips, take the 110 steps down to rock hunt along the 1,000 feet of shoreline. Head north out of Northport on Mill Street (CR201), then left on Peterson Park Road.

LEELANAU STATE PARK This 1,350-acre park rims Cathead Bay and offers up the restored 19th-century Grand Traverse Lighthouse, 8.5 miles of hiking trails, a rustic campground and two mini-cabins. Climb to the top of the lighthouse for a marvelous view and tour the keeper’s quarters. You’ll need a State Recreation Pass to get in: $11 annually per vehicle for Michigan residents; nonresidents, $9 per day). Available at 15310 N. Lighthouse Road. 231.386.5422, michigan.gov/dnr. Admission to the Grand Traverse Lighthouse: ($4 adult, $2 child, 5 & under free). 231.386.7195, grandtraverselighthouse.com.

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This hub of the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians reservation, four miles north of Suttons Bay on M22, is most famous for Leelanau Sands Casino, which offers slots, three-card poker, craps, blackjack, roulette and bingo. Also on site is the Eyawiing Museum & Cultural Center, with its exhibits and artifacts dedicated to the history of the band as well as the art of tribal members. New this year is the Ridge Microbrewery and Restaurant, located in the Eagle Ridge Conference Center behind the casino. 2304 N. West Bayshore Dr., Peshawbestown, gtbindians.org.

DON’T MISS You haven’t had the full Omena experience until you’ve taken a seat waterside at Knot Just a Bar. knotjustabar.com.

GO TO THE BEACH! The sandy little gem of a beach on Lake Michigan’s darling Omena Bay is just past where M22 makes a sharp curve in tiny downtown Omena. Provisions, dining and wine tasting steps away. On Omena Point Road.

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BREWERIES, DISTILLERIES AND CIDERIES BIG CAT BREWERY: Full-service restaurant (formerly Cedar Rustic Inn) and brewery. 8699 S. Good Harbor Trail, Cedar, 231.228.2282, cedarrusticinn.com. GRAND TRAVERSE DISTILLERY: Tasting room for Northern Michigan-made vodka, whiskey and gin. 110 Lake Street, Suite N-3, Leland, 231.256.0128, grandtraversedistillery.com. SUGARFOOT SALOON: Mexican-American fare served up with “home brewed beer.” 4997 S Good Harbor Trail, Cedar, 231.228.6166, sugarfootsaloon.net. HOP LOT BREWING CO.: Up to 14 brews, some hoppy and some not. 658 S. West-Bay Shore Dr., Suttons Bay, hoplotbrewing.com.

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NORTHPORT BREWING: Belgian and American style ales served in this downtown taproom. 112 W. Naganoba St., Northport, 231.386.1101, localbeerisbetter.com. NORTHERN LATITUDES DISTILLERY: Free tastings of spirit-full concoctions like Iced Dune Vodka and Limocello di Leelanau. 112 E. Philip St., Lake Leelanau, 231.256.2700, northernlatitudesdistillery.com. THE RIDGE MICROBREWERY & RESTAURANT: Six craft beers on tap and one of the best views in Leelanau County. 2511 N. West Bayshore Drive, Peshawbestown, 231.534.7290, theridgemicrobrew.com. SUTTONS BAY CIDERS: A beautiful hilltop view of West Grand Traverse Bay served up with handcrafted hard apple cider at Leelanau’s newest cidery. 10530 E Hilltop Rd., 231.271.6000, suttonsbayciders.com. TANDEM CIDERS: Intimate tasting room and award-winning hard cider in lovely countryside setting. 2055 N. Setterbo Rd., Suttons Bay, 231.271.0050, tandemciders.com.

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LEELANAU PENINSULA WINE TOUR For more information about Leelanau wines: lpwines. com. AURORA CELLARS: an Old-World ambiance and epicurean small plates complement wine tasting. 7788 E. Horn Rd., Lake Leelanau, 231.994.3188. BEL LAGO: Carefully crafted European varietals. 6530 S. Lakeshore Dr., Cedar, 231.228.4800, bellago.com. BLACK STAR FARMS: Wines, fruit brandies. 10844 E. Revold Rd., Suttons Bay, 231.944.1270, blackstarfarms.com. BLUSTONE VINEYARDS: Award-winning wines and a hip tasting room. 780 N. Sylt Rd., Lake Leelanau, 231.256.0146, blustonevineyards.com. BOATHOUSE VINEYARD: Sip award-winning wines on the Lake Leelanau waterfront. 115 St. Mary’s St., Lake Leelanau, 231.256.7115, boathousevineyards.com. BOSKYDEL: The first wine cellar in Leelanau County, with French-American hybrid wines and a humble tasting room. 7501 E. Otto Rd., Lake Leelanau, 231.256.7272, boskydel.com. BRENGMAN BROTHERS AT CRAIN HILL: Top-notch winemaking and biodynamic growing practices yield exceptional wines. 9720 Center Hwy., Traverse City, 231.946.2764, brengmanbrothers.com. CHATEAU DE LEELANAU VINEYARD & WINERY: Complex fine wines and ciders. 5048 S. West Bayshore Dr., Suttons Bay, 231.271.8888, chateaudeleelanau.com. CHATEAU FONTAINE: Distinct wines in a laid-back setting that pays homage to the region’s French roots. 2290 S. French Rd., Lake Leelanau, 231.256.0000, chateaufontaine.com. CHERRY REPUBLIC WINERY: Cherry wines and hard cherry cider. 6026 S. Lake St., Glen Arbor, 231.334.3150, cherryrepublic.com.

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CICCONE VINEYARD & WINERY: European-style wines, Old World tasting room and a breathtaking hilltop location. 10343 E. Hilltop Rd., Suttons Bay, 231.271.5553, cicconevineyard.com.

LEELANAU WINE CELLARS: A tasting room on Omena Bay and award-winning wines. 5019 N. West Bayshore Dr., Omena, 231.386.5201, leelanaucellars.com. LONGVIEW VINEYARD & WINERY: Sip reds, whites and mead in the downtown Cedar tasting room. 8697 Good Harbor Trail, Cedar, 231.228.2880, longviewwinery.com. M-22: Select from 13 wines developed in conjunction with Black Star Farms vintners. M22, Glen Arbor, 231.334.4425, crystalriveroutfitters.com. MOTOVINO CELLARS: This tasting room marries the owners’ biggest passions: motorcycles, cars and Leelanau wines. 107 W. Nagonaba St., Northport, 231.342.6818, motovinocellars.com. RAFTSHOL VINEYARDS: The first in the region to specialize in Bordeaux varietals and red vinifera grapes. 1865 N. West Bayshore Dr., Suttons Bay, 231.271.5650, raftshol.com. ROVE ESTATE VINEYARD & WINERY: The peninsula’s newest winery features both whites and reds and a deck for grazing charcuterie and small plates while you sip. 7007 E. Traverse Hwy., Traverse City, 231.735.1523, roveestate. com.

FORTY-FIVE NORTH VINEYARD & WINERY: Acclaimed wines and a hand-hewn post-and-beam tasting room. 8580 E. Horn Rd., Lake Leelanau, 231.271.1188, fortyfivenorth.com.

SHADY LANE CELLARS: Sublime table and sparkling wine served in a beautifully renovated, century-old fieldstone chicken coop. 9580 Shady Ln., Suttons Bay, 231.947.8865, shadylanecellars.com.

GOOD HARBOR VINEYARDS: One of the oldest wineries on the peninsula produces wines that always please. 34 S. Manitou Trail, Lake Leelanau, 231.256.7165, goodharbor.com.

SILVER LEAF VINEYARD & WINERY: A 30-acre estate pouring small-batch, hand-bottled wines. 11061 E. Silver Leaf Farm Rd., Suttons Bay, 231.271.3111, silverleafvineyard.com.

GREEN BIRD CELLARS & ORGANIC FARMS: The region’s first certified organic vineyard and winery produces hard ciders, fruit wine and table wine. 9525 Engles Rd., Northport, 231.386.5636, goodneighbororganic.com.

THREE FIRES: Custom-blended wines from select Michigan wines in the style of European vintages. 5064 S. West Bay Shore Dr., Suttons Bay, 231.620.WINE, threefireswine.com.

LAURENTIDE: Distinctive wines, including Leelanau’s first award-winning estate-grown sauvignon blanc. 56 S. French Rd., Lake Leelanau, 231.994.2147, laurentidewinery.com.

VERTERRA WINERY: Housed in a 1927-built brick formerbarbershop just off the Leland River. Serves assorted fine wines, fruit wines and hard cider. 103 E. River St., Leland, 231.256.2115, verterrawinery.com.

L. MAWBY: Elegant methode champenoise and cuvée close sparkling wines with playful names. 4519 S. Elm Valley Rd., Suttons Bay, 231.271.3522, lmawby.com.

WILLOW: Small-production artisan wines and breathtaking views of West Bay at this lovely hillside tasting room. 10702 E. Hilltop Rd., Suttons Bay, 231.271.4810, willowvineyardwine.com. MyNorth 2016 Vacation Guide

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GRAND TRAVERSE BAY LOOP

Camping

Harbor

Hiking

Skiing

Brewery Distillery

Golf Lighthouse

Cidery

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Ohio Rd

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LEGEND

LEELANAU WINERY AND TASTING ROOM MAP 1.

BEL LAGO WINERY

15. AURORA CELLARS

2.

LONGVIEW WINERY

16. BLUSTONE VINEYARDS

3.

CHERRY REPUBLIC

17. BOATHOUSE VINEYARDS

4.

M22

18. LAURENTIDE WINERY

5.

CHATEAU FONTAINE

19. BOSKYDEL VINEYARD

6.

GOOD HARBOR VINEYARDS

20. BLACK STAR FARMS

7.

VERTERRA

21. BIG LITTLE WINES

8.

GREEN BIRD CELLARS

22. MAWBY

9.

MOTOVINO

23. CICCONE VINEYARD & WINERY

Camping

Hiking

MILES

629

Traverse Hwy

GRAND

d an R Lawrence Rd

Ca th

Kehl Rd

Howell Rd

y

Cathead Point KilchermanRd Rd

Lighthouse

Ba Jacobson Rd

r

Sho B ay

Rd

Horn

Hwy

Sylt Rd

Eagle

Maple Valley Rd

We s t

23

y Rd

Lake Leelanau Dr

Rd

25 26

West Bay Shore Dr

r Hwy Cente

27

West Arm Grand Traverse Bay

28 d

Harrys Rd

13

72

TRAVERSE

wy

Hoxie Rd

Cedar Lake ndview Pk

Rudolph Rd

22

633 Lincoln Rd

Bugai Rd

Cate Rd

R

Solon

White Rd

21

24

22

Fouch R

Lee

Suttons Bay Ciders Hilltop Rd

Gr a

Davis Shisler Lake Davis Lake Lake Rd

ar

Ced

un

ek Cre

n Rd

d Lautner R

72

Alpine Rd

Ga lliv a

Cedar Rd

Birch Point Rd

Solon Rd

Traverse Hwy

Lake Leelanau

Lakev iew R

d ski R Rosin

Sullivan Rd

d Novak R

Bright Lake

643

d

m gha Bi n

Send Rd

20

lle El m Va

Schomberg Rd

Good Harbor Trl

Townline Rd

ake Rd

Lime L

Stachnik Rd

Maple City Rd

Kasson Rd

641

1

Kasben Rd

Revold Rd

Shady Ln

Rice Creek

Big Cat Brewery

Mcallister Rd

Fort R d

Donner Rd

Cedar

Smith Rd

633

ek

Kabot Rd

The Ridge Microbrewery

Suttons Bay Hop Lot Brewery

St Suttons

Richter Rd

French Rd

Ma

nit

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669

Center Rd

Steimal Lake

633

2

Rd ick Goodr

Armstrong Lake

L E E L A N A U C O U N T Y B E N Z I E C O U N T Y

Thurtell Lake

Valley Rd

Hill Rd

Fritz Rd

L

r Rd

d

rt Cre

Mebe

Gatzke Rd

Tager Rd

Beeman Rd

Empire Hwy

Bellinge

Bright Rd

The Dunes

Gilbert Rd

72

R Plowman d

Benzonia Trl

Fredrickson Rd

Stormer Rd

Leelanau Hwy

Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore

Taylor Lake

Baatz Rd

Narlock Rd

Tower Rd

Lanham Rd

Lime Lake

Maple City

Nash Rd

Bow Lake

Armstr ong ake Trl

22

Bohemian Rd

Burdickville

Voice Rd

Front St

Rd

Burdickville Rd

d

Mac Farlane Rd

Fritz R

Burnh m a

Rd

Bow Rd

109

Kitlinger Rd

Lacore Rd

Empire

nn Du

22

North Bar Lake

South Bar Lake

sF

Welch Rd

Ryant Rd

Newman Rd

Big Glen Lake

Tru mb el Rd

Coleman Rd

Glen Lak

eR d

wy

675

d

Hlavk

Rd

Little Glen Lake

Ch en ey R

ce

Otto Rd

Manitou Passage Bodus Rd

Shimek

Fisher Lake

Hohnke Rd

SugarFoots

School Lake Rd

a

Dune H

4

22

ler Rd Whee

109

Glen Arbor

R Miller Hill

3

Eitzen Rd

Peshawbestown

McKeese Rd Stallm

Suttons Bay Marina St Bay

Koh Pleasant Rd Hill Rd

19 641

Sugar Loaf, The Old Course

Harbor Hwy

ar m Rd

Harb or Hwy

Hyland Rd d

Glen Haven

209

Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore

Darwin Rd

Vasser Rd

643

Little Traverse Lake

The Homstead

Ra

ler

5

Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore

Harbo r Hwy

Sleeping Bear Bay

22

Linguar Rd

bestow nRd

11

Se Tandem Ciders12 tte rbo r 22 Rd eD

Northern Latitude Distillery

Lake Leelanau

Omena

Freeland Pobuda Rd Rd

anRd

Pineview R

Zeits Rd

ou

Trl

Rd

Solem R

637 14

16

17

18

Du

fek

Good Harbor Bay

Dr

Popp Rd

6

Duck Lake Rd

Duck Lake

15

y Rd kse Mac

Eagle Hwy

St in Ma

Lake Leelanau

d ler R Weis

Ohio Rd

Esch Rd au lan ee Lake L

South Manitou Island Lighthousev

Pertner Rd

m

Leland

Grand Traverse Distillery Tasting Room

10

Mougey

Tatch Rd Lake

d

F E R R Y

South Manitou Island

Craker Rd

Belangers Creek

637

7

Kitchen Rd

Omena Rd

He r

Leland Township Marina

Grand Traverse Bay

P eterson Rd

Alpers Rd Chicago Rd

9

Kovarik Rd

Kolarik Rd

641

201

8 22

Swede Rd

uT rl

Man ito

H Cre oude ek k

637

Northport Creek Golf Course Northport Brewing

Northport

John so n Rd

Cidery

Lake Michigan

Woolse Nor thpor t

Overlook Rd

North Manitou Island Lighthouse

Old Farm Rd

629

E Cre nnis ek

Carlson Rd

Distillery

North Manitou Island

Park Rd

Mud Rd Lake ake L

d int R Po

Brewery

Putnam Rd

28. BRENGMAN BROTHERS

Scott Rd

Harbor

Point

27. THREE FIRES WINE

Peshaw

13. ROVE ESTATE VINEYARD & WINERY

Cathead Bay Leelanau State Park

Lighthouse

Peterson

26. SHADY LANE CELLARS

Matheson Rd

12. RAFTSHOL VINEYARDS

on ey P Donnybrook Rd oint Rd

25. CHATEAU DE LEELANAU WINERY & VINEYARD

ead

Grand Traverse Lighthouse

24. WILLOW VINEYARDS

y Dr

Point Rd

Golf

11.

14. FORTY-FIVE NORTH VINEYARD & WINERY

3

Skiing

10. LEELANAU WINE CELLARS SILVER LEAF VINEYARD & WINERY

1

Greilickville–Elmwood Township Marina

COUNTY

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LEGEND

LEELANAU WINERY AND TASTING ROOM MAP 1.

BEL LAGO WINERY

15. AURORA CELLARS

2.

LONGVIEW WINERY

16. BLUSTONE VINEYARDS

3.

CHERRY REPUBLIC

17. BOATHOUSE VINEYARDS

4.

M22

18. LAURENTIDE WINERY

5.

CHATEAU FONTAINE

19. BOSKYDEL VINEYARD

6.

GOOD HARBOR VINEYARDS

20. BLACK STAR FARMS

7.

VERTERRA

21. BIG LITTLE WINES

8.

GREEN BIRD CELLARS

22. MAWBY

9.

MOTOVINO

23. CICCONE VINEYARD & WINERY

Camping

Hiking

MILES

629

Traverse Hwy

GRAND

d an R Lawrence Rd

Ca th

Kehl Rd

Howell Rd

y

Cathead Point KilchermanRd Rd

Lighthouse

Ba Jacobson Rd

r

Sho B ay

Rd

Horn

Hwy

Sylt Rd

Eagle

Maple Valley Rd

We s t

23

y Rd

Lake Leelanau Dr

Rd

25 26

West Bay Shore Dr

r Hwy Cente

27

West Arm Grand Traverse Bay

28 d

Harrys Rd

13

72

TRAVERSE

wy

Hoxie Rd

Cedar Lake ndview Pk

Rudolph Rd

22

633 Lincoln Rd

Bugai Rd

Cate Rd

R

Solon

White Rd

21

24

22

Fouch R

Lee

Suttons Bay Ciders Hilltop Rd

Gr a

Davis Shisler Lake Davis Lake Lake Rd

ar

Ced

un

ek Cre

n Rd

d Lautner R

72

Alpine Rd

Ga lliv a

Cedar Rd

Birch Point Rd

Solon Rd

Traverse Hwy

Lake Leelanau

Lakev iew R

d ski R Rosin

Sullivan Rd

d Novak R

Bright Lake

643

d

m gha Bi n

Send Rd

20

lle El m Va

Schomberg Rd

Good Harbor Trl

Townline Rd

ake Rd

Lime L

Stachnik Rd

Maple City Rd

Kasson Rd

641

1

Kasben Rd

Revold Rd

Shady Ln

Rice Creek

Big Cat Brewery

Mcallister Rd

Fort R d

Donner Rd

Cedar

Smith Rd

633

ek

Kabot Rd

The Ridge Microbrewery

Suttons Bay Hop Lot Brewery

St Suttons

Richter Rd

French Rd

Ma

nit

2016_VG_leelanau.indd 29

669

Center Rd

Steimal Lake

633

2

Rd ick Goodr

Armstrong Lake

L E E L A N A U C O U N T Y B E N Z I E C O U N T Y

Thurtell Lake

Valley Rd

Hill Rd

Fritz Rd

L

r Rd

d

rt Cre

Mebe

Gatzke Rd

Tager Rd

Beeman Rd

Empire Hwy

Bellinge

Bright Rd

The Dunes

Gilbert Rd

72

R Plowman d

Benzonia Trl

Fredrickson Rd

Stormer Rd

Leelanau Hwy

Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore

Taylor Lake

Baatz Rd

Narlock Rd

Tower Rd

Lanham Rd

Lime Lake

Maple City

Nash Rd

Bow Lake

Armstr ong ake Trl

22

Bohemian Rd

Burdickville

Voice Rd

Front St

Rd

Burdickville Rd

d

Mac Farlane Rd

Fritz R

Burnh m a

Rd

Bow Rd

109

Kitlinger Rd

Lacore Rd

Empire

nn Du

22

North Bar Lake

South Bar Lake

sF

Welch Rd

Ryant Rd

Newman Rd

Big Glen Lake

Tru mb el Rd

Coleman Rd

Glen Lak

eR d

wy

675

d

Hlavk

Rd

Little Glen Lake

Ch en ey R

ce

Otto Rd

Manitou Passage Bodus Rd

Shimek

Fisher Lake

Hohnke Rd

SugarFoots

School Lake Rd

a

Dune H

4

22

ler Rd Whee

109

Glen Arbor

R Miller Hill

3

Eitzen Rd

Peshawbestown

McKeese Rd Stallm

Suttons Bay Marina St Bay

Koh Pleasant Rd Hill Rd

19 641

Sugar Loaf, The Old Course

Harbor Hwy

ar m Rd

Harb or Hwy

Hyland Rd d

Glen Haven

209

Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore

Darwin Rd

Vasser Rd

643

Little Traverse Lake

The Homstead

Ra

ler

5

Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore

Harbo r Hwy

Sleeping Bear Bay

22

Linguar Rd

bestow nRd

11

Se Tandem Ciders12 tte rbo r 22 Rd eD

Northern Latitude Distillery

Lake Leelanau

Omena

Freeland Pobuda Rd Rd

anRd

Pineview R

Zeits Rd

ou

Trl

Rd

Solem R

637 14

16

17

18

Du

fek

Good Harbor Bay

Dr

Popp Rd

6

Duck Lake Rd

Duck Lake

15

y Rd kse Mac

Eagle Hwy

St in Ma

Lake Leelanau

d ler R Weis

Ohio Rd

Esch Rd au lan ee Lake L

South Manitou Island Lighthousev

Pertner Rd

m

Leland

Grand Traverse Distillery Tasting Room

10

Mougey

Tatch Rd Lake

d

F E R R Y

South Manitou Island

Craker Rd

Belangers Creek

637

7

Kitchen Rd

Omena Rd

He r

Leland Township Marina

Grand Traverse Bay

P eterson Rd

Alpers Rd Chicago Rd

9

Kovarik Rd

Kolarik Rd

641

201

8 22

Swede Rd

uT rl

Man ito

H Cre oude ek k

637

Northport Creek Golf Course Northport Brewing

Northport

John so n Rd

Cidery

Lake Michigan

Woolse Nor thpor t

Overlook Rd

North Manitou Island Lighthouse

Old Farm Rd

629

E Cre nnis ek

Carlson Rd

Distillery

North Manitou Island

Park Rd

Mud Rd Lake ake L

d int R Po

Brewery

Putnam Rd

28. BRENGMAN BROTHERS

Scott Rd

Harbor

Point

27. THREE FIRES WINE

Peshaw

13. ROVE ESTATE VINEYARD & WINERY

Cathead Bay Leelanau State Park

Lighthouse

Peterson

26. SHADY LANE CELLARS

Matheson Rd

12. RAFTSHOL VINEYARDS

on ey P Donnybrook Rd oint Rd

25. CHATEAU DE LEELANAU WINERY & VINEYARD

ead

Grand Traverse Lighthouse

24. WILLOW VINEYARDS

y Dr

Point Rd

Golf

11.

14. FORTY-FIVE NORTH VINEYARD & WINERY

3

Skiing

10. LEELANAU WINE CELLARS SILVER LEAF VINEYARD & WINERY

1

Greilickville–Elmwood Township Marina

COUNTY

4/7/16 10:50 AM


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