Beulah, Michigan Links of Interest
Benzie County Favorites
- Benzie Area Historical Museum - Located in Benzonia, this museum houses many exhibits, including the AA Car Ferries, Bruce Catton/Civil War, Logging, Early Benzie County History. Call 231-882-5539 for location and hours of operation. $2.00 Adults .50 Children.
- Betsie Valley Trail - Enjoy hiking or biking on the 27-mile long Betsie Valley Trail in Benzie County in Northwest Michigan.
- The Point Betsie Lighthouse - A local landmark and well known spot for photographers, this lighthouse has stood sentury on the Lake Michigan shoreline for over 100 years. The lighthouse is located a few miles north of Frankfort. Contact the Frankfort Chamber of Commerce for additional information.
- Cannon in Father Charlevoix Park - For over a century this Civil War cannon has stood in the Father Charlevoix Park in Frankfort. For more information contact the Frankfort Chamber of Commerce at 1-231-352-7251.
- The Frankfort Gateway - Over 70 years old, this marker, which resembles two lighthouses, has served as a memorial to the car ferries who were based in Frankfort.
- Lake Michigan Beaches - Stroll the beaches from Point Betsie to Elberta. The bluffs along the Elberta Beach are favorite launch sites for hang gliders.
- Beulah Public Library -
PO Box 469, 7228 Commercial Street, Beulah, MI, 49617, 1-231-882-4037. News and reviews from the library. We welcome patron and community participation. Hours: MWF 12-5, TTh 3-7, Sat 9-1.
Benzie County Organizations
- Benzie Area Symphony Orchestra - Volunteer musicians of all ages and from several Northwest Michigan counties, gather weekly in Benzie County to play a variety of music that is then performed in public concerts throughout the year. 8947 Lyman Rd. Kaleva, 49645. Ph: 231-889-5531 or 231-889-4277. Email: email@example.com.
- Benzie Audubon Club - Our major objectives are focused on promoting an appreciation for and better understanding of the plants and animals of northern Michigan.
- Benzie Community Chest - Our mission is to represent and serve the overall interests of the citizens of Benzie County in matters concerning individual, community health and social well being. 272 S Benzie Blvd. Suite 303. PO Box 713, Beulah, MI. 49617. Ph: 231-882-0223 Fax: 231-882-2395. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Benzie Conservation District - Combating soil erosion, managing surface and groundwater quality and promoting the maintenance of the lands related resources and the aesthetic values are vital to the communitee's long range economic well being, from food and timber production to natural resources related industries and tourism.
- Benzie County Chamber of Commerce - Here you will find information on current community happenings, and Chamber events, member contact information as well as many interesting things to see and do in Benzie County.
- Benzie County Convention & Visitor's Bureau - Tucked along Lake Michigan is one of Northern Michigan's best kept secrets --
Benzie County, where we're known more for our wildlife than our nightlife. Come
explore our rivers, trails, arts, fairways, lakes shops and beaches.
- Benzie Sunrise Rotary - Providing guidance and opportunity for the youth of Benzie County. The "Sunrise Club" meets every Tuesday morning at 7:30 am at the Sail Inn Restaurant.
- Elberta, Village of - The Village of Elberta is a quaint little community in Northwest Michigan, located at the western most edge of Benzie County on the southern rim of the Betsie Bay.
- Frankfort-Elberta Chamber of Commerce - The Frankfort-Elberta area has much to offer, and is the gateway to the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore.
Located on the eastern shore of Lake Michigan the Frankfort and Elberta communities encompass beautiful Betsie Bay.
- Frankfort Rotary Club - The "Friendly" Frankfort Rotary meets every Wednesday at 12:10 p.m. at the Sail Inn Restaurant in Beautiful Benzie County.
Benzie Area Regional Links
- Interlochen Arts Academy -Tthe nearby, internationally-recognized Interlochen Arts Academy provides the opportunity to attend world-class musical performances.
- Sleeping Bear Dunes - Features many beaches along Lake Michigan. Open year-round, this national lakeshore offers cross-country skiing, fishing, canoeing, camping, hiking, and dune climbing. The story about how the dunes got their name is one that you'll remember a lifetime.
- Sleeping Bear Point Coast Guard Maritime Museum - Located within the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore is open from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Admission is free. For additional information call 1-231-326-5134.