Lake Michigan has approximately 88 Lighthouses along her shorelines, more than any of the other Great Lakes. In contrast to the mainly rock shoreline of Lake Huron. Lake Michigan has sandy shorelines with thousands of acres of sand dunes from the Indiana border to the Straits of Mackinaw. Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, in the Northeastern corner of the lower peninsula, is considered one of the most scenic areas in the Great Lakes and referred to as "Michigan's Golden Coast".

80 miles wide   350 miles long 


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