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Lake Michigan - Glen Arbor Area, Michigan

Lake Michigan - Glen Arbor Area real estate is regarded as a top ten market in Michigan for lake homes and lake lots.

Typically, buyers can find 70 Lake Michigan - Glen Arbor Area homes for sale, and 80 lake lots and land for sale. Offering houses at many price points, Lake Michigan - Glen Arbor Area homes for sale have an average list price of $1,271,000.

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    About Lake Michigan - Glen Arbor Area
    Located In Northwest Michigan

    The Glen Arbor Area around Lake Michigan is nestled in Leelanau County, Michigan. The nearest hospital is the Paul Oliver Memorial Hospital. The Cherry Capital Airport is the closest international airport, nestled in Traverse City.

    Life on the Water

    Home of the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, there are many things to explore in Glen Arbor! Adventures to have are shopping, relaxing on the beaches, boating, the arts, outdoor excursions, and great places to eat. Glen Arbor is surrounded by iconic scenery chiseled by the glaciers that covered Michigan during the ice age.

    Glen Arbor is an angler's dream with walleye, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, and northern pike inhabiting the looking glass-like waters! In addition to extraordinary fishing, Glen Arbor Area supports all water activities like water skiing, jet skiing, kayaking, and canoeing.

    Enjoy the windswept beaches along the shore while watching the sailboats float under the breathtaking sunsets in Glen Arbor.

    What’s Nearby?

    Explore the Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail, a 22-mile trail that starts in Empire and goes up the coast through Glen Arbor. Most of it is paved and is great for bicyclists, runners, or anyone looking for a scenic trail to travel!

    The Sleeping Bear Point Maritime Museum is a family-friendly museum that has exhibits on the U.S. Coast Guard, the U.S. Life-Saving Service, and the Great Lakes shipping history.

    Glen Haven Village is just west of Glen Arbor. It has several iconic sites, including the Cannery Boathouse, a Blacksmith Shop, and the 1920’s style general store.

    Weekend In Traverse City

    If you are looking for a city that offers vibrant colors, lakeside vistas, historical background, and tours with vineyards, Traverse City, Michigan, is only two hours away! Here you will be able to soak up everything the city has to offer with its scenic views and downtown shopping/dining options as well.

    Wander around Clinch Park, Traverse City’s most popular beach. With over 1,500 feet of sand along the West Grand Traverse Bay, it is perfect for soaking in the sun and scenic views of the water. Clinch Park has picnic tables, bike racks, trail access, a snack bar, and restrooms.

    When visiting the “Cherry Capital of The World,” make sure to attend the National Cherry Festival and enjoy more than 150 events and activities. Many of the events are free. Participate in pit-spitting, pie-eating contests, or turtle races, just to name a few. During the festivities, make sure not to miss the three parades!

    Why Glen Arbor?

    The Glen Arbor area is a beautiful, serene place for you and your family to enjoy the turquoise waters of Lake Michigan while creating memories to cherish forever!