Grand Mere Lakes
Surrounded by a buffer zone of dunes, Grand Mere Lakes is a unique ecological area containing four low areas created during the evolution of postglacial ancestors of Lake Michigan. The site illustrates the evolution of aquatic to terrestrial communities and supports many rare relict species.
Year designated: 1968
Ownership: State, Private
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