About the Area

The Glen Arbor region has a tremendous amount to offer: world class inland lakes, broad Lake Michigan beaches, picturesque orchards and forested hillsides, a vibrant arts scene and quiet, friendly communities that all contribute to an unparalleled quality of life.  We encourage you to explore the links below to learn a little more about what this area has to offer.

There much to do in and around town, here are some of our favorites:
- Canoe or Kayak the Crystal River - Crystal River Outfitters
- Go Shopping in Glen Arbor
- Spend a day on the beach at Glen Haven or Empire
- Listen to the band on the deck of Boone Docks - 6-10pm most days
- Take a trip out to the Manitou Islands - Manitou Island Transit

Don't feel like cooking? Then any of these places won't disappoint. (If you do, don't miss the Glen Arbor Farmer's Market - every Tuesday,  9 am-1 pm, June-August.  Fresh, local produce, cheeses, breads and meats)

Breakfast & Lunch
- Good Harbor Grill in Glen Arbor
- The Foothills near Glen Lake

Lunch & Dinner
- Boone Docks
- Art's Tavern in Glen Arbor
- Western Avenue Grill in Glen Arbor
- Riverfront Pizza in Glen Arbor

Fine Dining
- Blu - at the end of Lake St in Glen Arbor
- La Becasse - in Burdickville
- Trattoria Funistrada in Burdickville

Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore - Recently voted as "The Most Beautiful Place in America" for 2011 by the viewers of Good Morning America, this national treasure has much to offer for both the young and young at heart.  Visit www.nps.gov/slbe for the complete rundown.  Here are a few highlights, some a bit more remote than others:
- Pyramid Point
- Pierce Stocking Drive
- The Farms of Port Oneida
- Shell Lake near Port Oneida