MyNorth Offers Free Guide to Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore

MyNorth Media, publishers of Traverse, Northern Michigan’s Magazine, are offering a free download "Ten Places Not to Miss in the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore." This free insider guide is the perfect planning tool whether visiting Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore for a day or making it your Michigan vacation spot.

The Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore is a one of the United States premiere vacation destination, a spectacular Michigan getaway for everyone from families to serious outdoors adventurers. Simply request this free download of ten spectacular places not to miss in the Sleeping Bear Dunes and enjoy beaches, dunes, hiking, fishing and much more.

Download this free guide to the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore and get ten insider picks for places not to miss in the thirty-five miles of unspoiled Lake Michigan shoreline and 50,000 acres of sand dunes, beaches, forests and rivers just 25 miles from Traverse City, Michigan. Spectacular beauty, wonderful experiences and more await you when you hike, canoe, Nordic ski, snowshoe, tour by car or camp to explore the Sleeping Bear Dune’s rich history and drink in the awe-inspiring landscapes.

Your Traverse City vacation isn’t complete without a visit to this outstanding national park. And with your FREE copy of “10 Places Not to Miss in the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore” you won’t miss some of the best features. On the shores of Lake Michigan and just half an hour by car from Traverse City, the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore offers spectacular landscapes and adventures for all ages. We’ve compiled 10 of our favorites along with driving directions and tips on what to watch for when you get there. Enjoy!

Article Comments

  • Jodi Simpson

    Wow, I just received the Sleeping Bear Dunes download, and it blew me away. Sometimes we take for granted what’s in our own backyard.

    During spring break this year my girls and I visited family in NYC. One day my cousins drove us three hours in heavy traffic (is there any other kind on Long Island?) to Montauk on the easternmost tip of Long Island. They assured us this was their favorite place on earth. We parked and walked through the gently rolling dunes past the signs warning us of deer ticks, carrier of Lyme disease. When we reached the end of the trail. just shy of the beach, we had an uninterrupted view of the Atlantic Ocean. It was lovely, but I was underwhelmed. Those Long Island dunes don’t hold a candle to our Sleeping Bear Dunes.

    We’re so excited to host them in Northern Michigan next month. Needless to say a trip to the Sleeping Bear Dunes is at the top of our list of places to show them. They will be completely blown away by the sweeping dramatic vistas and the miles and miles of undeveloped shoreline.

    And, bonus, we don’t have deer ticks. During our one hour walk on the dunes at Montauk we unsuspectingly carried home seven deer ticks!

    We are so very lucky here in Northern Michigan.