Along a great inland sea within the confines of a spectacular national lakeshore lies The Homestead. It's on the shore of Lake Michigan's Manitou Passage across the bay from Sleeping Bear Dunes, the largest moving dunes in the world. When you visit, you'll discover beaches on which you can walk for hours without interruption. They will make your day soothing in spring and summer, invigorating comes fall and winter, your evening remarkably romantic year-round. At The Homestead, you'll find neighborhoods - lakefront, riverfront, river and lakefront, lake view and forest view - separated by nature. Within those neighborhoods, you'll find many choices for accommodations, all of which are ranked with quality standards - Grand, Classic or Simple. Fiddler's Pond, a resort hotel; Little Belle, a romantic, boutique hotel; Stony Brook Lodge, an all-suite respite with spectacular water views; and The Inn, an historic structure on the water's edge are all Grand quality. In many ways, little has changed since the Ojibway named this area "Leelanau" or "Land of Delight." The pace is still relaxed, the lifestyle is still casual. The beaches are still wide, the bay and dunes are still spectacular. The activities - some relaxed, some intense - are still many. In the spring, summer, fall and winter, you'll find the place and pace to still be a "land of delight."
Another beautiful resort is Harbor Cove. Harbor Cove is located in Harbor Springs, Michigan. Harbor Cove has a sauna, two swimming pools (one is heated), a beach, a lake, and tennis all on-site. Golf and horseback riding are nearby. Excellent skiing is just miles away. Harbor Cove is a great timeshare vacation getaway summer or winter.