We Invite You to Visit Northport and Omena

 

A great place to vacation, live and work

Nestled at the tip of Michigan’s "Little Finger" the villages of Northport and Omena and the surrounding countryside offer small town charm and friendliness, one of the most beautiful marinas on the Great Lakes, unique shops, restaurants and places to stay.

 

Photo Credit: Al Noftz  

Photo Credit: Al Noftz

 

Hike the trails north of Northport in the Leelanau State Park, take the stairs down the bluff at Peterson Park -- going down is the easy part -- or plan a bike ride to the Grand Traverse Lighthouse, the tip of the Little Finger.  The lighthouse and museum is located in the Leelanau State Park and you can camp there too!

 

Photo Credit: Al Noftz  

Photo Credit: Al Noftz

 

Winter Carnival was a great success!  Despite cold temperatures, Northport came out for what's become our signature winter celebration.  From broomball and milk jug curling to cardboard sled races and hotdogs and chili, we had another memorable festival.  Plan now to join us next year -- always the last Saturday in February. i

Photo Credit: Al Noftz  

Photo Credit: Al Noftz

 

The location of Northport and Omena, on Michigan's Little Finger, is second to none for scenic touring.   Travel M-22 from Traverse City to Northport, then take M-201 into Northport and beyond.   At the tip of the peninsula is the Leelanau State Park and the Grand Traverse Lighthouse Museum.