Ice fishing off the peninsula.
The Long Lake Peninsula is a pleasant and quiet private community of about 195 homes; a great place to live, raise children, or retire. We are only 12 minutes from downtown Traverse City, as well as just a few miles from the Interlochen Center for the Arts, and 30 minutes from Lake Michigan.
A feature that distinguishes us from other communities is the fact that there is only one road onto Long Lake Peninsula. Thus, traffic is slowed and residents are able to enjoy walking, jogging, biking, rollerblading, and even cross country skiing.
This online resource is designed to help you get to know more about the neighborhood and the people who live here.
Winter is still here and we have some friendly reminders to keep neighborhood harmony.
- Please remove your trash cans and other loose items as soon as possible and don’t park on any of the roads so the snow plows can get thorough.
- Respect snow sticks. Owners use those to protect shrubs, septic fields and well heads. We have reports of folks removing snow sticks. Please be respectful of your LLPA neighbors.
- Slow down for safety. The roads get icy and it is very dark at night.
- If you are walking please light up and wear reflective clothing. Dark ninja apparel is stealth but not safe.
- If you do slide and damage a post or fence, shrubbery etc. please report it or leave a note. It is disrespectful to do damage and not take responsibility.
Bundle up, it’s cold out there. If you are a winter person…enjoy. For the rest of us the winter solstice was December 21 and the days are getting longer and spring is right around the corner.
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