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Sleeping Bear Dunes, Michigan - Where to Stay?

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Hi, all -- my husband and I are planning on spending Labor Day weekend in and around Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. The question is, where should we stay?

Should we base ourselves in Traverse City? Are there other, smaller towns you can recommend?

We're not terribly fussy, which is good because we don't want to spend a whole lot. A decent mom-and-pop motel or low-end to mid-level chain would work well. I've checked out the TripAdvisor hotel reviews for Traverse City, so if you think that's a good base for us I can pick from one of the recommended places.

Thanks! Looking forward to my first Michigan trip.

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