The D. H. Day farm is a popular historical farm built in the 1880’s by Day in Glen Arbor, Michigan.
The farm consisted of 400 acres with hay and corn to feed his prized hogs and Holsteins. He also had 5,000 cherry and apple trees on the land which totaled 5,000 acres including timber stands.
Day, a lumber baron and canner of cherries is largely responsible for the Sleeping Bear National Lakeshore development.
The cannery is still standing on the shore of Lake Michigan in Glen Haven not far from the Day farm