List of Michigan State Historic Sites in Leelanau County, Michigan

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Location of Leelanau County in Michigan

The following is a list of Michigan State Historic Sites in Leelanau County, Michigan. Sites marked with a dagger (†) are also listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Leelanau County, Michigan.[1]


Current listings[edit]

Name Image Location City Listing date
Walter T. Best Women's Club House NE corner of Main St and Cedar St Leland July 20, 1989
Bingham District No. 5 Schoolhouse Southeast corner of Bingham Road (County Road 618) and County Road 633 Bingham Township October 23, 1987
Charlotte Bushnell House 105 Smith Street Northport August 29, 1996
Early State Parks Informational Site Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, 4 miles west of Glen Arbor Glen Arbor vicinity September 17, 1957
Empire Lumber Company Informational Designation Village Park, Niagra Street Empire November 7, 1977
Frank E. Fisher Store 5504 SW Manitou Trail (M-22) Glen Arbor June 15, 1984
Fountain Point Fountain Point porch 2 2010.JPG 990 South Lake Leelanau Drive (County Road 641) Lake Leelanau vicinity August 15, 1975
Howard E. Gill Building 206 North Rose Street Northport July 26, 1978
Glen Arbor Roller Mills 5402 Southwest Manitou Trail (M-22) Glen Arbor November 7, 1977
Grand Traverse Light Station Grandtraverselighthouse.jpg N point of Leelanau Peninsula, at the end of County Road 629 Northport vicinity June 21, 1990
Great Lakes Sport Fishery Informational Designation Village Marina, 105 Rose Northport May 8, 1984
Greilickville Informational Designation 129 West Bay Shore Drive Greilickville November 27, 1972
Greycote Northeast corner of Pearl and Lake streets Leland July 26, 1974
Grove Hill New Mission Church M-22 Omena October 29, 1971
W. K. Hatt Cottage 410 N Main Street Leland April 19, 1990
Leelanau County Jail 107 Chandler Street Leland July 26, 1974
Leelanau Transit Company Suttons Bay Depot 101 Cedar Street Suttons Bay September 4, 1997
Leland Historic District Roughly bounded by the park, Main Street, Avenue A, and the harbor Leland June 28, 1973
Manistee and Northeastern Railroad Cedar Depot Sullivan Street and Railroad Avenue Cedar August 24, 1984
Provemont General Store 102 Meinard Street Leland June 20, 1991
Saint Wenceslaus Roman Catholic Church and Cemetery County Road 626 (Kolarik Road) at County Road 637 Suttons Bay July 20, 1989
South Manitou Island Lighthouse Complex and Life Saving Station Historic District Southmanitoulighthouse.jpg Sandy Point South Manitou Island September 21, 1976
Sunset Lodge Omena Pt Road Omena October 23, 1987
Sylvan Inn M-109, just west of M-22 (Ray Street) Glen Arbor August 15, 1975
Woodhow Lodge County Road 629 (Lighthouse Pt Road), east of Purkiss Road Northport March 22, 1983

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2009-03-13.