Why You Don’t Want to Miss Sleeping Bear Dunes in the Fall | Your Guide to Fall in Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore
Enjoy a Fall Color Tour Along Pierce Stocking Scenic Drive
This road is completely immersed in thick forestry. Beech-maple trees can be seen for miles in every direction.
The Empire Bluff hike is free of motorized vehicles. Hikers ascend a hill for quite some time prior to reaching the scenic overlook.
This hike can be up to nine miles should you choose, but the various loops available allow for shorter hikes as well.
Summit Pyramid Point for Stunning Scenic Views
Pyramid Point is one of the most famous hikes within The Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore.
Meander Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail
Take a peek at the interactive Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail Map and choose your starting and endpoints.
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