A tiny town with Polish heritage, the 380-acre Cedar River Preserve, and more. Cedar is considered the heart of Leelanau County. It is a friendly little town with the motto "The Community That Cares". With Cedar's strong Polish heritage, the town holds a 4-day Cedar Polka Fest every July. Cedar, Michigan offers visitors several restaurants, shops, art galleries, and more. Sample homemade stuffed sausages then browse paintings and jewelry. Enjoy some Polish art and then enjoy some delicious food in this one-stop-light town. The 380-acre Leelanau Conservancy Cedar River Preserve is a protected wetland area home to a variety of fish, plants, birds, and wildlife. Within the preserve, the Cedar River offers visitors a calm, relaxing, and visually stunning place to kayak or canoe (it's a no-wake zone).

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