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Howe H'aven. NPS park pass included! Wine/Beach!

4,82(141)Cedar, Michigan, États-Unis
Appartement en résidence entier. Hôte : Julie
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My place is next to Sugarloaf the Old Course
Sugarloaf Mountain, the beach, family-friendly activities. You’ll love my place because of Proximity to the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, and business travelers.

Good Harbor beach is a 2 min drive. Leland is 5+ miles, Glen Arbor is 10 miles, Little Traverse Pub and M22 market are around the corner. Check out MyNorth Tickets (google it) for ticket events to GREAT events!

Le logement
NEW** Feature!!! Save time and NO tickets! (NO PARK PASSESS WILL BE INCLUDED WITH NOVEMBER, 2021 BOOKINGS, THE PARK IS VERY QUIET AND MANY ATTRACTIONS MAY BE CLOSED DUE TO WEATHER, LESS PARK RANGER ACTIVITY)

*includes a Sleeping Bear Dunes Park Pass with your stay!
(DURATION of reservation only- otherwise it is $25.00 charge if you take it home )

(yes you need a separate pass for each "National" or "State" park, Michigan park pass is $11/year MI resident or $9/day non-MI resident) The FINE for parking w/out a permit is $10-20!

There is NO formal kitchen, but a wetbar area with complimentary Keurig, coffee pod assortment, creamer assortment, sugar/sugar substitutes, and mini-fridge. Charcoal grills and picnic tables are here.
Motorized Cellular shade over Jacuzzi Tub. Please bring your own: BEACH TOWELS. There is no cooking facility other than microwave, sink and refrigerator. There are 2 wine glasses, 2 coffee cups/2 juice 6oz glasses/2 glass beverage 10oz provided for use. If you plan to cook on grill facility, bring your utensils and plates/silverware and disposal onsite. We provide linens and trash bags/paper towels, and morning K-cup assortment. There is bathtub bubbles for jacuzzi tub but bring something nice if you'd like to try; bath bombs or epsom salts. There is a small grocer market in Cedar, Leland, Suttons Bay or Glen Arbor. But there are NO BIG BOX stores north of Traverse City here. We anticipate most of your experience in Leelanau County will be dining in other places, with bringing extra home for fridge storage. You will be close to the finest Dining, most awesome Fresh caught fish in fishtown, delicious farm-made cheeses and farm-grown agriculture... do NOT miss it bringing cheese-its. NOTE; the Sugarloaf Old Course is BYOB, coolers encouraged. The nearby Manitou and Kings Challenge have onsite beverage/club. Sorry no cats at this time..dogs only under 25 lbs

Time Money has named nearby Glen Arbor number four on its list of 20 best and affordable places to visit around the world.

The list is comprised of 10 U.S. and 10 international destinations that "deliver the highest value for your dollar," according to the magazine. "Each spot is packed with must-do experiences and amenities but at a price that, relatively speaking, makes it a steal. To identify these 20 places, we rely on the numbers: more than 32,000 data points in total from dozens of sources, covering cost, year-over-year trends, and customer satisfaction. We got destination information from travel publisher Lonely Planet."

"Perfectly positioned on a small strip of land running between Glen Lake and Sleeping Bear Bay, Glen Arbor offers visitors the best of Northern Michigan. Water laps at a shore of white sand, inviting quiet sunbathers, hikers and water-sport enthusiasts. GOOD HARBOR BEACH IS 2 MILES NE OF HERE, in your maps it will be "Good Harbor Trail". You will need the park pass on your dashboard there.

Glen Arbor is situated in the middle of the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, a federally protected park, delivering easy access to 65 miles of shoreline, forested islands, walking trails (including the paved Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail), and the park’s most prominent feature: mammoth sand dunes.

Climb to the overlooks at the Sleeping Bear, Empire, or Pyramid Point bluffs and you’ll be a treated to lake views from more than 400 feet up.

Located on the M-22, Michigan’s most scenic highway, Glen Arbor also makes an ideal stop for those looking to do a little autumn leaf-peeping, while wine lovers come to taste the region’s bracing Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris. Visit the lakefront dining room at Blu to watch the sunset and sample local wines alongside upscale American dishes, such as the venison chop with walnut wild rice. If you need a more kid-friendly food destination, try Cherry Republic for a cherry Boomchunka cookie—or one of 200 other cherry-based products

News Release Date: April 5, 2019
Located far from sources of urban light pollution, visitors can take advantage of the extraordinary opportunities for both close up and panoramic views of the night sky in the National Lakeshore during the astronomy events held in the park. The 2019 monthly astronomy programs hosted by the National Lakeshore will run from April through October. Park rangers and members of the Grand Traverse Astronomical Society (GTAS) will help you unravel some of the mysteries of the night sky as well as discover more about the daytime sky. Check out the National Park Service calendar for their Star Party dates.

Each event will have drop-in telescope and information stations for you to visit at your leisure. Be sure to stop by the ranger greeter table for more information about the stations and their locations. The dark sky in the park provides an excellent opportunity to observe deep space objects, like the Milky Way. For programs held at the Dune Climb, feel free to hike up the dunes during this event to conduct your own personal skywalk.

At the Dune Climb, please park in the row furthest from the dunes with your headlights facing M-109. Overflow parking, within easy walking distance to the Dune Climb, is in the Great Lakes Picnic Area. The picnic area entrance is located just south of the entrance to the Dune Climb. Follow the Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail from the parking area to the Dune Climb. Volunteers will be assisting with parking at both locations.

All sky programs offered by the National Lakeshore are free. Participants need only have the park entrance pass or have an annual pass displayed in their vehicle to join in the fun. Programs will be cancelled if the sky is not visible due to weather conditions. The decision to cancel is usually made two hours in advance.

For all evening astronomy events, bring a flashlight for the walk back to your car and bug spray, if needed. You are welcome to bring your own binoculars, beach chairs, and blankets for a more comfortable experience, and water is always recommended for National Park Service (NPS) programs. Park rangers and GTAS staff will wear red glow necklaces or bracelets at the events.

There will be prospects for star-gazing, meteor showers, solar viewing, storytelling, and more. Starry night skies and natural darkness are important components of the special places the National Park Service protects. National parks enclose some of the last remaining harbors of darkness in America and provide an excellent opportunity to experience this endangered resource firsthand. So visit the National Lakeshore and enjoy the following celestial summer events:

These events are the perfect opportunity to “Find Your Park” in the stars. Starry night skies and natural darkness are important components of the special places the NPS protects. National parks hold some of the last remaining harbors of darkness and provide an excellent opportunity to experience this endangered area.

Accès des voyageurs
A whole lockout unit approx. 400 sq.ft with own entrance off covered deck. Full bed, kitchennette unit, full bath with shower and a jacuzzi tub is in the room. Cable TV and WIFI provided. The unit is MAIN FLOOR, only 1 step to the entrance off sidewalk. The Units are lit at night in the front, providing a safe environment. Ample parking and picnic tables, 2 sturdy chairs and a dinette table are on front porch entrance. Sunrise views on porch, and sunset views from unit interior.

Autres remarques
Frequently mentioned favorites include the Dune Climb, Pierce Stocking Scenic Drive, Glen Haven Maritime Museum and Life Saving Station, canoe trips on the Crystal and Platte Rivers, and the biking and hiking trails - especially the new Heritage Trail for hiking and biking, the new Palmer Woods trail for mountain biking, and those with scenic overlooks as at Pyramid Point. Many locals enjoy stopping off for an ice cream cone, and then driving the smaller local roads to appreciate the wide range of flora and fauna in Leelanau County. The ranger-led tours and campfire programs are also a perennial favorite. For more information, visit the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore.

Visit Guidebook for things to do
Below are links to Great things to do in our area. Keurig coffee, microwave, compact refrigerator on site.
nps.gov slbe plan your visit trails
nps.gov slbe plan your visit slbh
sleepingbear heritage (URL HIDDEN)
michigan trail (URL HIDDEN)
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leelanau wine tours
My place is next to Sugarloaf the Old Course
Sugarloaf Mountain, the beach, family-friendly activities. You’ll love my place because of Proximity to the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, and business travelers.

Good Harbor beach is a 2 min drive. Leland is 5+ miles, Glen Arbor is 10 miles, Little Traverse Pub and M22 market are around the corner.…
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Cedar, Michigan, États-Unis

Located 1-3 miles from Good Harbor Beach
6 +/- miles from Leland
15 +/- miles from Glen Arbor
3 miles from Sleeping Bear Heritage Bicycle Trail

Proposé par Julie

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Traverse City native, business owner. Graduate of 1988 Central Traverse City Senior High school, Long Lake Elementary. I LOVE boating Lake Michigan!... swimming, beaches, piloting aircraft, hiking! I love to hike with my dogs and find every day to be an adventure!
Traverse City native, business owner. Graduate of 1988 Central Traverse City Senior High school, Long Lake Elementary. I LOVE boating Lake Michigan!... swimming, beaches, piloting…
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