The Bead Hut
The Bead Hut has unique, handmade jewelry made by Lisa, as well as a large selection of petoskey stone jewelry. The place is a small space but a lot to see! Fishtown is such a beautiful quaint piece of Michigan, very close knit group of store owners, always a lot of fun!!
Contact: 231.256-0012 or [email protected]
Carlson’s Fishery, LLC
Nels Carlson and Joe Campo
A Leland tradition for five generations. Providing the finest fresh fish, jerky and smoked fish products.
Contact: 231.256.9801 or [email protected]
The Dam Candy Store
Rachael Carlson and Greta Bell
Candy and ice cream.
Contact: 231.256.7766 Website: www.damcandystore.com
Phil has operated the shop in Fishtown since 1972. Though the biggest focus is having the right hat for every head, a creative assortment of fun toys, and upbeat selections of clothing, jewelry, and souvenirs offer something for everyone.
Contact: 231.256.9017 Website: www.hatsearch.com
Visit “Little Haystacks” in Fishtown. Many of our unique items are made in Leland using vintage and re-purposed trim and fabric.
Contact: 231.271.0608 Website: www.haystacks.net
Leland Beach Company
Lisa and Larry Engel
Your Sperry Top-Sider boat shoe headquarters for Leelanau County.
Reflections Art Gallery
Reflections is Leland’s oldest art gallery and nautical store. It has delighted area residents and guests since 1969. With a portion of my degree in history, I especially value the opportunity to be located at such a unique historic location. Fishtown has been special to me since the first time I experienced it.
Contact: 231.256.7820 Website: www.Fishtown.info
Upholding a local ceramic art tradition, Sporck Tileart brings you affordable art tiles that represent Fishtown and Leelanau County. Artist Leif Sporck, a Leelanau County native, designs, paints, and glazes his ever increasing collection of tiles after being inspired by the woods and waters of this area.
Contact: 231.256.7330 Website: www.sporcktileart.com
Maggie Revel Mielczarek
Creative fabrics and designer threads inspired by all things Leelanau County. Stop by and say hello or visit our website! Website: www.lelandgal.com
The tug merchandise available represents the old fashioned fishing tug characteristic of 1900 Fishtown. You could say it’s the unofficial logo of Leland – a reminder of our heritage.
Contact: 231.256.7140 Website: www.tugstuff.com
Village Cheese Shanty
A never trendy, tourist friendly, palate teasing, neighborhood store offering fresh, made to order sandwiches, over 60 imported cheeses, local cherry and related products, that’s been nourishing Leelanau County with better than ever food for over 25 years. Check out the website for a menu.
Contact: 231.256.9141 Website: www.villagecheeseshanty.com
Captain John R. Lindenau & First Mate Jon “Lindy” Lindenau
Fishing 30 years out of Leland, the Infinity is a large boat with a full, stand up head (a real plus for the ladies) and a cabin for those cold and rainy fishing days. With two professional fishermen on board, a safer and more successful fishing trip is offered for both novice and veteran alike. Website: www.infinity-charters-fishtown.com
Captain Jack Duffy
Duffy has chartered out of Leland for over 36 years. His 27-foot Tiara is well-known as the Whitecap. Leland is one of the #1 fishing ports in all the Great Lakes. Website: www.captjackduffy.com
Captain Tony Radjenovich
Fishing charters aboard the Leelanautical