Leelanau County is a peninsula located in the northwest, lower corner of Michigan – often time referred to as the little “pinky finger” of the mitten-shaped lower peninsula of the state.
Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, a unit of the National Park Service, is located on the west side of the peninsula and encompasses some 70,000 acres and 35 mile stretch of Lake Michigan’s eastern coastline including the Manitou Islands. The viewers of ABC’s Good Morning America voted the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore the “Most Beautiful Place in America” in 2011.
The Leelanau State Park is located at the northern most tip of the peninsula and is marked by the Grand Traverse Lighthouse. Grand Traverse Bay is on the east side and Traverse City is located at the base of the peninsula on the east side. Two sets of islands, North and South Manitou Islands and North and South Fox Islands, are located just north west and are a part of the county.
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Land Area: 348.47 square miles
Population: 21,708 (US Census Bureau 2010)
Villages & Towns: Burdickville, Cedar, Empire, Glen Arbor, Glen Haven, Leland, Lake Leelanau, Maple City, Northport, Omena, Peshawbestown, Suttons Bay
Townships: Bingham, Centerville, Cleveland, Elmwood, Empire, Glen Arbor, Kasson, Leland, Leelanau, Solon, Suttons Bay
Local Government: Leelanau County Government Center
Inland Lakes: There are 39 inland lakes in the Leelanau Peninsula. Many are highly desirable areas to live and recreate on. Following is a list of the most popular - Cedar Lake, Davis Lake, Duck Lake, Gilbert Lake, Glen Lake, Lime Lake, Little Glen Lake, Little Traverse Lake, North Lake Leelanau, School Lake, Shell Lake, Shisler Lake, South Bar Lake, South Lake Leelanau