Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore located on the northeast side of Lake Michigan. Approximately 4 square miles in size, it was formed by retreating glaciers only 11,800 years ago. Dunes on the Pierce Stocking Scenic drive - Lake Michigan overlook, 450 feet above the water.
- MELISSA FARLOW
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- 5100x3370 / 5.7MB
- Contained in galleries
- Our National Parks: Legacy at Risk FARLOW_National Geographic magazine 10/1994