Welcome to our New Web Site

We are excited to launch our redesigned web site. We hope you will find it easy to use find the information that you value most. More photos and news stories about Sleeping Bear Dunes and the work of the Friends of Sleeping Bear Dunes will be published here.

Kerry Kelly working on the web site

Kerry Kelly working on the web site

This site will be updated on a much more frequent basis. You can expect to see news stories at least each week – more frequently in the summer, so come back often. If you want to be kept up to date with news about Sleeping Bear Dunes, sign up for our e-mail newsletter by clicking the button on the right.

I am looking forward to hearing from you. Many of our pages and posts offer opportunities for you to add your own comments to our site. Let me know if there is anything that you would like to have us add to the site. You can Contact Us in a number of ways – or just add a comment on the site. Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore is your park, we invite you to get involved. Pass the word to your friends and family. We are also on Facebook and Flickr – just click the buttons on the right to go there.

Wildflower lovers, check out our online Wildflower Database. You will find an extensive listing of flowers and indices based on color of the flower. It is a helpful tool to identify flowers you find on your hike in the Dunes or forests in the Park. Click on the button on the right to get to the database.

For History enthusiasts, check out some of our history info by clicking the button to the right. More historical information – especially related to the Port Oneida Rural Historic District – will be added over the next few months.

One Response to Welcome to our New Web Site

  1. Michael Wurm says:

    My family have enjoyed this park since prior to 1950. Every year, as I was growing up, my family would camp at DH Days Park. Back then it was a State Park. Now it is Federally owned. which I think saved the park, because the state did not have the money to save the park. While the state owned it, with the Dune Mobiles and other lack of strict conservation, it could have been a ruined site. I love this area, all the way to Frankfort, where for years I enjoyed years of fishing on Lake Michigan.

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