Lake Bluff Preserve/M22 Lakeshore Trail
2020 Dunes Getaway
If you’re looking for vacation rentals for your larger group that places you only minutes from Sleeping Bear Dunes take a look at: www.m22lakeshoretrail.com/lakebluffpreserve
We’d love to have you, and there is so much to do up and down M-22.
We are running an off-season lodging special 2020 Dunes Getaway (use promo code: park20) now thru May 17th and again September 17th thru 12-31-20. Spend two nights, get the third night free based on availability.
Get a group together and come over to Frankfort.
New private vacation cottage built on the high bluffs overlooking Lake Michigan. Lake views and sunsets from nearly every room, wrap around decks, dune fire pits and a bluff stairway (300 stairs) to Lake Michigan access, maximize your outdoor experience. Close proximity to Frankfort and Traverse City. Many activities abound just outside your door or relax on the deck to watch eagles soaring overhead.
Welcome to the M22 Lakeshore Trail
Our founders have had decades of living their dreams in NW Michigan. They want you to experience this fabulous region endowed with an amazing lifestyle along the shores of Lake Michigan.
A bevy of vineyards, orchards, golf courses, breweries, restaurants and artisan shops join unique homes along the M22 Lakeshore Trail. At the center of this iconic highway is our treasured Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. The remarkable sunrises and sunsets over Lake Michigan sets the stage for an inviting four-season lifestyle.
The M22 Lakeshore Trail offers short term rentals and real estate along the scenic M-22 highway. The iconic highway spans 116 miles along a beautiful two-lane highway traversing between Manistee and Traverse City.
Come visit. Stay for a lifetime.
Find more at M22LakeshoreTrail.com
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