Michigan Highway 204 runs east-west across the Leelanau Peninsula, a northward protrusion of land into Lake Michigan that sits west of Traverse City. As Michigan Highway 22 endeavors to trace the outline of the Leelanau, Michigan Highway 204 cuts an east-west chord across that outline. This means that Michigan Highway 22 meets both ends of Michigan Highway 204. The west end, along Michigan Highway 22, is just south of Leland. The east end, also along Michigan Highway 22, is at the village of Suttons Bay. The village of Lake Leelanau is accessed by Michigan Highway 204, midway through the state route's journey.
My photo of Michigan Highway 204 signage comes from its eastern end, at Michigan Highway 22 on the north side of Sutton's Bay. The signage depicted faces southbound traffic on the eastern leg of Michigan Highway 22. It communicates that a right turn off of Michigan Highway 22 will put observing travelers onto the start of Michigan Highway 204. This photo was taken in March 2018 during a snowy trip around the Traverse City area.