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Green Lake Airport serves Interlochen and Grand Traverse County and is owned by Green Lake Township. The airport has more than one runway. The longest is a turf runway extending 2800 feet. The facility is at an elevation of 866 feet at a distance of about 3 miles from Interlochen.

Nearby accommodations include Econo Lodge Traverse City, Baymont Inn & Suites Traverse City, Fairfield Inn By Marriott Traverse City, and Courtyard By Marriott Traverse City, within about 10 miles of the facilities.

Location: Interlochen Michigan Telephone 616-947-4598

Other Transportation nearby:
(Bellaire) Antrim County Airport
(Traverse City) Cherry Capital Airport
(Empire) Empire Airport
(Fife Lake) Fife Lake Seaplane Base
(Interlochen) Green Lake Airport
(Traverse City) Sugar Loaf Resort Airport

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