My, how things have changed. It used to be a wild, wooly place and quite the hike to get over the sand dunes to the water. Now they have built these wooden walkways everywhere, making it easy to get to the water. Or at least see the water. I like that the Lake here is now handicap accessible.
There are the signs the go along with the 21st century crowds everywhere. Do this, don't do that, go here for this, don't do that here!
One of the smaller piers with its' lighthouse.
No hill is too small for these wooden pathways. There are two ways up. Stairs and a ramp.
It was cold the day I was there and nobody was in the water. Smart people, those Michiganders.
I don't think I'll be heading back to Lake Michigan anytime soon. Been there, done that. I prefer my beaches flat and my water crystal clear. Am I spoiled now?