Through a generous donation of private funds, the National Park Service made a survey of the United States portion of the Great Lakes shoreline during 1957 and 1958. The objective was to determine what natural lakeshore areas still remained which were worthy of preservation for their scenic, natural or other recreational values.
The over-all situation along the Great Lakes shoreline is discussed in the report, Our Fourth Shore. This is a supplement to that report and herein describes the individual shoreline areas suitable for preservation.
Last Updated: 27-Jun-2007