Kids Up North: Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore Junior Rangers Program
Your child can become a Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore Junior Ranger any day of the year. It’s a terrific way to learn about the flora, fauna and history of Sleeping Bear Dunes. There are special events scheduled at the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore to celebrate National Junior Ranger Day, April 24, 2010.Video: Slip into the Beauty of Sleeping Bear Dunes In Winter
Relax and absorb the spectacular beauty of The Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore in winter, including the dunes, Lake Michigan and the stunning Northern Michigan landscape.Snowshoe These Favorite Trails from Benzie to Sleeping Bear Dunes to the Upper Peninsula
These four snowshoe trails from Thompsonville, Glen Arbor, Leland and Ontonagon should provide great views, enhanced by the winter season.Video: A Gorgeous Trip Up Sleeping Bear Dunes Pyramid Point
Sit back and take a beautiful hike up Pyramid Point, a trail in the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore that ends at a spectacular bluff overlooking Lake Michigan.Video: Don’t Miss Sleeping Bear Dune’s Pierce Stocking Drive
This 7.4 mile scenic drive within the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore combines history, enchanting forests and spectacular overlooks of the Glen Lakes, the Sleeping Bear Dunes and Lake Michigan.Michigan kids discover nature through a camera in Parks in Focus program
A week in the Upper Peninsula with cameras in hand helps youth discover the joy and mysteries of nature.Fishing No-Motor Lakes Benzie County
Whether you’re casting a line at one of these four inland lakes in Benzie County or catching a Lake Michigan charter out of Leland, Glen Arbor or Frankfort, fishing in Northern Michigan makes a relaxing and delicious day to remember.Paddleboard Race in Sleeping Bear!
Join the fun at Northern Michigan’s first-ever stand-up paddleboard race sponsored, by Sleeping Bear Surf & Kayak in Empire.Camping by the Water in Northern Michigan
Snag a site with a view and pitch your tent at one of these three spectacular Northern Michigan spots; Tahquamenon Falls, Sleeping Bear Bay and Sand Lakes Quiet Area near Traverse City.Concert at the Sleeping Bear Dunes!
Shout Sister Shout: Steppin’ In It to Perform at the Sleeping Bear Dune Climb,7 p.m. Sunday, July 12.Secret Sleeping Bear: Hike Alligator Hill
Give your legs, lungs and heart a workout they’ll love on this steep but beautiful walkabout.Relighting the Historic South Manitou Island Lighthouse
One of Lake Michigan’s most famous lighthouses to shine again.Sleeping Bear Dunes
Video of a beautiful early summer day at the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore including the Dune Climb, Pierce Stocking Drive, Glen Haven and the Visitor Center.Video: Morels From Capture to Kitchen
Video of Chef Randy Chamberlain of blu in Glen Arbor foraging for morels in the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, then cooking them with scallops and leeks.Cookbook From Sleeping Bear Dunes Cottage Country
Jim Volz shares his love of simple, elegant entertaining at his Crystal Lake cottage in Sleeping Bear Dunes country in his new cookbook, “Dinner on the Porch.”Eagle Released at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore
Rebecca Lessard, founder of the raptor rehabilitation non-profit Wings of Wonder, releases an eagle into the wild at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore in Empire.Coastal Camping on Lake Michigan and Beyond
Ahh, September. Crowds leave; warmth stays. Time to score on those sweet, finally-available campsites right by a big-lake shore. Here are five we’d recommend to our friends.10 Insider Picks for the Sleeping Bear Dunes
10 top picks for trails, beaches, views, history and more in the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore.Three Trails for Cross Country Skiing in Sleeping Bear Dunes
Snowshoe and cross-country ski the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore.Pierce Stocking Scenic Drive in the Sleeping Bear Dunes
The Pierce Stocking Drive, located within the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, provides a gorgeous scenic drive, beautiful lookouts over Lake Michigan and North Bar Lake and a lovely, short hike on the Cottonwood Trail.