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Size: 350 Square Miles
Elevation: 600-1000 Feet
Physiography: Hill Lands
Growing Season: 130-150 days
Annual Precipitation: 29-31 inches
Average Snowfall: 80-100 inches
Forest Type: Spruce-Fir, Maple-Beech-Birch-Hemlock
Fall Colors: Late September - Early October

Known as the "little finger" of the Michigan mitten. Leelanau was named after a Chippewa girl meaning "delight of life". Between the Manitou Island and the mainland is the Manitou Passage which is used by vessels on Lake Michigan. After a lighthouse was built on South Manitou Island missionaries started Indian Missions. By the mid 1870's there were many loggers, fruit farmers, and summer vacationers. Leelanau's white beaches attracted vacationers. Leelanau is Michigan's leading cherry producer. The Sleeping Bear National Shoreline is part of this county.

Leelanau County Online

Leelanau Chamber of Commerce

Ahgosatown Armstrong Bingham
Bodus Burdickville Cedar (49621)
Denoyer Dewings Eagletown
Empire (49630) Fouch Glen Arbor (49636)
Glen Haven Greilickville Heimforth
Isadore Jacktown Kasson
Keswick Lake Leelanau (49653) Leland (49654)
Maple City (49664) North Manitou Northport (49670)
Omena (49674) Onumeneseville Osborn
Peshawbestown Port Oneida Schomberg
Seeburger Solon Suttons Bay (49682)
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