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The village of Leland, bordered by Lake Michigan to the west and Lake Leelanau to the east, is a popular departure point for lake cruises and fishing charters. Settled in 1853, Leland was named by the many sailors who used the harbor. On the harbor is Fishtown, a collection of shops, galleries and art studios in a rustic fishing village setting.
Passenger ferry service is available to the North and South Manitou islands by Manitou Island Transit. Daily service is provided to South Manitou Island July 1 through Labor Day; limited service is available mid-May through June 30 and day after Labor Day through the first full weekend in October. Transportation to North Manitou Island is available daily July 1-Labor Day, with limited service also available May-June and Sept.-Oct. Fare $40; $20 (ages 0-12). National park admission (valid for 7 days) is additional: $15 per vehicle or $7 per person arriving by other means. Reservations are recommended. Tours of South Manitou Island also are available. Phone (231) 256-9061.

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