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If you could walk on water, you’d be in for quite a jaunt in Leelanau.
The county has 2,183 square miles of water, making it a boater’s paradise. While
you might enjoy  nding your own way to enjoy the water, following are some possibilities:
PUBLIC MARINAS
(all on radio channel 9)
Leland Harbor of Refuge
Leland (61 slips) 45o 01’ 26” N / 85o 45’ 51” W
Phone: 256-9132
May 1-October 31
7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
G. Marsten Dame Marina
Northport (118 slips) 45o 07’ 48” N / 85o 36’ 38” W Phone: 386-5411
May 15-October 31
7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Suttons Bay Village Marina
Suttons Bay (172 slips) 44o 58’ 32” N / 85o 38’ 43” W
Phone: 271-6703
May 15-October 15
8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Elmwood Twp. Marina
Greilickville (120 slips) 44o 47’ 17” N / 85o 38’ 00” W
Phone: 946-5463
May 1-November 1
7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
ACCESS POINTS
There are numerous road-end access points to Lake Michigan and West Grand Traverse Bay. Glen Lake, Lake Leelanau, and the Leland River have several access points as well. North Bar Lake, Cedar Lake and Kehl Lake each have one public access. Some access points have facilities for launching small watercraft. Those with canoes and small crafts can gain access at county road ends, which are open to the public. Many launch sites double as venues for a picnic, quick swim
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or even lounging with a book. Here is a list of boat launch
sites. Those with asterisks denote landings better suited for 14-foot boats or smaller.
Cedar Lake
County Rd 633, one-quarter mile west of M-22
Glen Lake
Little Glen Lake: 1⁄4 mile west of M-22 off Day Forest Rd.
Lake Leelanau
Leland River: River Street
and First Street
Narrows (two sites): County Rd. 641 just south of M-204, and St. Mary’s Street, north from end of 643*
Southeast: Bingham Rd.
and County Rd. 641
Southwest: County Rd. 643,
1⁄2 mile south of County Rd. 620 Northeast: Horn Rd (no parking); East Leland Park, 1⁄2 mile north of Alpers Rd, off 641*
Southeast Lake Leelanau:
Fouch Street; Co. Rd. 620/643 at Centerville Twp. Park*; Solon Twp. Park*
Lake Michigan
Lake Street in Glen Arbor (Also see marinas)
West Grand Traverse Bay
Suttons Bay: North Park, Race Street at M-22*
West Bay: M-22 and Hilltop Rd. (Also see marinas)
More Lakes
Armstrong Lake: Armstrong Rd. and M-72*
Kehl (Leg) Lake: Kehl Rd and north end of lake*
Lime Lake: County Rd. 667 2 miles south of M-22
Little Traverse Lake: Cleveland Township Park*
North End Shell Lake: Off Good Harbor Drive (no motors)* School Lake: County Rd. 669, 1⁄2 mile south of M-22*
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