GANGES TOWNSHIP, Mich. (Michigan News Source) – Michigan is home to three dark-sky parks, and there could be a fourth soon.

The William Erby Smith Preserve is looking for a home on he shores of Lake Michigan.

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One resident behind the effort said it’s all about preservation and giving people the opportunity to make their own connections with nature.

The three dark-sky parks in Michigan are Headlands Dark-Sky Park in Emmet County, Keweenaw Dark-Sky Park in Keweenaw County and Dr. T.K. Lawless Park in Cass County.