Known as the gateway to the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, the quaint city of Frankfort is home to just more than 1,280 people. Sitting on the shores of Lake Michigan, Victorian homes and immaculate beaches make this charismatic town a unique stop on the 23rd Annual Michigander.
According to Michigan.org, Point Betsie Lighthouse is one of the most photographed lighthouses in Michigan and is as rich in history as it is breathtaking views. Sunsets in Frankfort leave both visitors and locals in wonder of nature and coming back year after year.
If fishing catches your attention, Frankfort is abundant in charter boats and fishers emerge with plentiful coolers of perch, Coho and King salmon.
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