The Leland Lodge and Conference Center

565 Pearl Street, Leland, Michigan, 49654, United States

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  • Friendly new staff and awesome food!

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    My husband and I had our wedding reception here June 4th, 2011 and it was wonderful! They've made some renovations, they have ALL new staff (who went out of their way to make sure our day was perfect - thank you, Michelle!! ), they blocked the whole place for our families, the golf course & beach next door and fishtown down the road were perfect for pictures, and the food was amazing (especially the whitefish)! I highly recommend eating/staying here :)

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Travel Tips for Leland

PRETTY LELAND

by dtownkitty

"LELANAU PENNINSULA ON LAKE MICHIGAN"

Leland is squished in between Lake Michigan and Lake Leelanau in the Leelanau Penninsula of northern Michigan. It is a very picturesque, small town that has managed to maintain its charm even while catering to its well informed, well bred, monied summer visitors.

"LETS JUST HOPE THE HILTONS DON'T FIND OUT ABOUT IT"

There is no shortage of beautiful yachts in the small harbor, nor of docksiders, pullovers, Ralph Loren and Polo lables. But don't let the riff raff scare you off...There are plenty of down to earth folks and maybe even a few bikers in the mix for good measure as well as your average, brooding teenager. Besides, you can't get too upset about it. If it weren't for them, you might not be able to get your lowfat decaf french vanilla cafe latte with a sprinkling of nutmeg here.

I think that most people who visit this region of Michigan don't want the secret to get out about how fabulous it is. So...If you really want to be part of the "in the know" crowd, you should visit the Leelanau penninsula before everyone catches on.

http://www.lelandmi.com/

"FISHTOWN"

Don't forget to visit the old, historic "Fishtown" which is actually part of the village on the water. There are attempts being made to fully restore and protect it from developement. It is just like an northeast fishing village from a movie.

L e l a n d

by Eric-Sabin

Leland is a quaint little town on Lake Michigan. The main attraction is Fishtown (a little cluster of shops and fish smokeries which run along the river) On main Street is Stone House Bread which is one of my favorite places to get soup and a sandwich on the most delicious fresh bread. Leland is also the place to catch the ferry if you wish to visit the Manitou Islands.

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