Albert E. Sleeper State Park, Caseville

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Albert E. Sleeper State Park is a 723acre state park in the U.S. state of Michigan. The park is located in Lake Township, near Caseville in Huron County close to the tip of The Thumb of Michigan, bordered by Lake Huron. The park is named for former Michigan Governor Albert E. Sleeper.
Swimming: The park features a half-mile beach along Saginaw Bay.Hiking: The park offers over four miles of nature trails.Mountain bikingCross-country skiingPicnickingPlayground Camping: Overnight stays may be secured among 226 modern campsites and 13 cabins.Metal detecting: Metal detecting is permitted in designated areas of the park; however, any found items are subject to review by park staff and may be retained pending further investigation.
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  • Hubs thought he remembered going here as a kid but turns out it was the park in town. We appreciated the boardwalks from the parking lot to the beach. It is a beautiful season to walk the beach...  more »
  • My visit was a day visit so I cannot comment on the campground, which is not on the beach side of the road. There are no campsites with direct beach access, so campers must cross a highway or take a.....  more »

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