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The Weather in Northport
Above are the weather conditions for Northport. July is the warmest month of the year in Northport with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 77°. Conversely, February is the coolest month in Northport, with temperatures going under 15° July is the driest month.
Experience scenic Northport with a lakeside vacation home
A gateway to Grand Traverse Bay and one of Leelanau County's earliest settlements, Northport offers an ideal escape from urban chaos with its pretty harbor, antique shops, eclectic dining options, and recreational activities. Explore it with a cozy vacation rental.
Art and culture trail
The picture-perfect town of Northport boasts a beautiful historic area with vintage store fronts, art galleries, and local restaurants. The Northport Arts Association supports all kinds of creative activities, whether writing, fiber art, ceramics, drama, photography, music, or painting. This institute also hosts concerts and community events.
Family fun outside
Animal lovers and families with kids should definitely pay a visit to the 100-acre Black Sheep Crossing Animal Sanctuary, a refuge for abandoned and injured animals. Kids between the ages of five to 14 years can enroll at the Shady Trails camp, where they can learn about archery, nature, writing, and more.
The Braman Hill Recreation Area features shooting ranges, hiking trails, sledding and tubing activities, and a scenic view point. The Northport Winter Carnival is held here every February.
Outdoor historic fun
Miles of Lake Michigan shoreline, white beaches, and glorious sand dunes await at the Leelanau State Park, where you can hike, swim, fish, and watch the sun set. The park is also home to the Grand Traverse Lighthouse Museum. The lighthouse here has been guiding mariners since 1852, and today hosts annual events such as the annual Haunted Lighthouse weekend in October. Consider taking the Historical Ghost Walk while here, and enjoy a snack at their in-house cafe.
Another fun option is the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, known for its ancient glacial phenomena, lush forests, beaches, and dunes. Golfers can spend a day teeing off at America's first solar-powered golf course, the Northport Creek Golf Course. It has been designed to adapt to the contours of the old farmland area it was built upon.
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