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Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail, Glen Arbor

(4.9/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
When completed the Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail will run for 27 miles, from the northern end of Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, where M-22 and County Road 651 meet, to a point just south of Empire on Manning Road. It will link Empire and the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore Visitor Center to Pierce Stocking Scenic Drive, the Dune Climb, Glen Haven, DH Day Campground, Glen Arbor, the Homestead Resort, Port Oneida, and Little Traverse Lake.
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  • A great place to visit with great views and also good history, would highly recommend to anyone for a holiday or just a stop over.  more »
  • My wife an I were just there! It was very windy!!! We braved the elements and made it out to see the lake and the sand! Excellent views!! Nice little hike.  more »
  • Hiked trail with extended family including 2 four year olds. Nice views and winding trail kept everyone engaged and helped burn off some energy with the young ones.  more »