Ice Caves No Longer Safe
The ice formations in Leelanau Township, north of the park, are no longer safe to visit. High winds have fractured the ice, moving it to the west. Huge cracks have formed in the cave arches, making them very unsafe and open water is now visible.
GMP/WS FAQ's & Comments
Summary of Public Comments (Draft GMP/WS/EIS) - September, 2008 (17 kb, pdf file)
Frequently Asked Questions (GMP/WS) - June, 2008 (81 kb pdf file)
Summary of Public Comments (Newsletter #4) - September, 2007 (283 kb pdf file)
Frequently Asked Questions (Park General) - February, 2007 (42 kb pdf file)
Summary of Public Comments (Newsletter #3) - February, 2007 (152 kb pdf file)
Summary of Comments for Preliminary Alternative Concepts (Newsletter #2) - October, 2006 (293 kb pdf)
Summary of Public Comments (Newsletter #1) - May, 2006 (285 kb pdf file)
Did You Know?
The U.S. Life-Saving Station in Glen Haven was moved from Sleeping Bear Point in 1931 because it was being covered with sand from the moving dunes. Visit the Maritime Museum in Glen Haven in Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore to see how the crew lived and worked. More...