Wau-Ke-Na North Tract

Saturday, June 24, 2017 • 9 a.m.
1973 Lakeshore Dr. Fennville, MI



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Artists return to Lake Michigan at Wau-Ke-Na North

Join the Plein Air Artists of West Michigan Saturday, June 24 • 9 a.m. at Wau-Ke-Na Preserve NORTH TRACT, 1973 Lakeshore Dr., Fennville, MI. located 2.6 miles north of Glenn in Allegan County.
Wau-Ke-Na, meaning “forest-by-the-water,” gets its name from the rich woodlands along the shores of Lake Michigan that make up the 128-acre northern tract of the preserve. These woods are home to magnificent specimens of red oak, tulip tree, yellow birch, American beech, sugar maple, hemlock, sassafras, and more.
This little-known sanctuary offers artists wide sandy beaches, huge groupings of pines and a high bluff that overlooks the shoreline.


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