About Leelanau State Park
Leelanau State Park, located at the tip of Michigan’s little finger on the beautiful Leelanau Peninsula, has more than 1,300 acres waiting for visitors to explore. The park is home to a rustic campground, hiking and cross-country skiing trails and the Grand Traverse Lighthouse Museum, where visitors can walk through the restored keeper’s dwelling and climb the tower for spectacular views of Lake Michigan.
- Installation of a new playground
- Repainting of the Grand Traverse Lighthouse
- Repainting of park structures
- Trail clearing
- Brush pick-up
- New sign poles
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GVNow – HTM students, professionals clean up Leelanau State Park
Traverse City Tourism – Video: Michigan Cares for Tourism at the Grand Traverse Lighthouse
Traverse City Record Eagle – One-day Facelift
Traverse City Record Eagle – Spick and span: Hundreds spend day restoring attractions at Leelanau State Park
Traverse City Record Eagle – Photo gallery: Leelanau State Park Clean-Up
A Healthier Michigan / Blue Cross Blue Shield – Tourism Pros Revitalizing Leelanau State Park Lighthouse