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Cars in the Park, Northport, MI

Saturday May 28, 2016

Take a scenic drive on M22
through Leelanau County on your
way to picturesque Northport.
 Home of Leelanau County longest
running auto show, an eclectic mix
of cars gathers at Haserot Park
where the unique setting provides
the perfect backdrop for the
summer seasons first car show.
Participants and spectators enjoy
the variety of cars that include
pre-war and modern, stock and
modified, foreign and domestic.

Registration opens at 8 and the
show runs from 10 - 4 pm, with
an awards ceremony at 3 pm.

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Lower Michigan is the "mitten" and Leelanau is the "little finger".  Leelanau runs on a much slower pace than the rest of the world.
Leelanau's small rural towns and villages spread throughout the country side intermingling with acres of farm land, cherry orchards, grapevines and lakes.

The county's name is said to be a Native American word meaning "delight of life" or as many of us call it "The Land of Delight".

Leelanau has for many years been a place for The Family Vacation, between Sleeping Bear Dunes National lakeshore, skiing at The Homestead resort, playing on the beaches, swimming in the many beautiful lakes, summer bonfires roasting marshmallows, the local small town festivals or eating ice cream on a warm summer day.

Though Leelanau has retained her rural feel through the years, Leelanau has grown up some.   Leelanau is not just for family vacations.  Today Leelanau hosts many top notch golf courses, award winning wineries as well as local events and festivals aimed at the mature audience.

All in all, Leelanau County remains a favorite vacation spot for visitors young and old alike.    For those same reasons, Leelanau is a great place to raise a family or retire.    So come visit us and enjoy the miles of beaches, fantastic sunsets, hundreds of outdoor activities as well as some indoor activities.

The all new Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail, part of the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore Park. The NPS Page or visit http://sleepingbeartrail.org

The Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail Fact Sheet

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