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Section in Traverse City, Michigan
Do & See
Traverse City is filled to the brim with attractions, courses, art galleries, and even a corn maze! It is also home to a number of annual festivals, including the famous National Cherry Festival, which draws over 500,000 visitors to Northern Michigan to celebrate the cherry harvest each year, and the Traverse City Film Festival, which highlights the work of independent film makers and documentarians every summer. If you are looking for a night of elegance or a day of fun, Traverse City has all you could want plus much, much more.
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Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore

Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore

Located on the shoreline of Lake Michigan, one of the U.S.'s five great lakes, Sleeping Bear Dunes is a natural wonder that has been marked for preservation for its awe-inspiring beauty and natural resources. It takes its name from a Native American legend concerning its formation. It consists of Sleeping Bear, Empire and Pyramid Point bluffs that overlook the lake, and Manitou Islands, which are located about 15 miles offshore. There are numerous activities available to visitors of the park that include camping, hiking, kayaking and canoeing, biking, skiing, fishing, or simply exploring the myriad of ecosystems that are home to a diversity of plants and wildlife.
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