Frankfort stands on the shores of Lake Michigan. The pristine dunes, beaches and spectacular sunsets awe visitors and locals alike. Victorian homes dominate the picturesque, maple-lined streets and shoppers find unique items crafted by local artisans in Frankfort’s specialty shops and galleries. Just north of the town center, Point Betsie Lighthouse, one of Michigan’s most photographed structures offers unique views of Lake Michigan and a rich history of times gone by. Fishing in local rivers and on Lake Michigan, you will catch perch, Coho and King salmon quickly. The city is surrounded by Lake Michigan to the west, Lake Betsie, the Betsie River it is on M-22 just north of Elberta. The Frankfort North Breakwater Lighthouse is at the end of the northern breakwater in Lake Michigan. It is highly recommended by a report in the New York Times as a starting point for bicycling, whether for a day trip or longer. Shopping and antiquing in the historic downtown are a significant portion of the economic base.
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