Caseville, Michigan Campgrounds

Caseville, Michigan Campgrounds
Caseville, Michigan is known for its 10-day Cheeseburger Festival comprising of live entertainment, fireworks displays, flamingo merchandise, best cheeseburger contests and live entertainment. The event is a tribute to the song "Cheeseburger in Paradise" by Jimmy Buffett. Those who enjoy fishing will also appreciate Caseville's abundance of perch, as it has been called the Perch Capital of the state. Aside from fishing, other popular activities include mountain biking, boating and hunting.

Sleeper State Park

Sleeper State Park has 226 campsites with 50-amp service, picnic area and modern restrooms. Mini cabin and tent sites are also accommodated. The camp has 723 acres of wetlands, forest, dunes and sandy beach where visitors can enjoy activities like swimming, wildlife viewing and hunting. Four trails are available for cross country skiing, hiking and mountain biking.

Sleeper State Park
6573 State Park Road
Caseville, MI 48725-9799
(989) 856-4411‎
dnr.state.mi.us/parksandtrails/Details.aspx?id=494&type=SPRK

Caseville County Park

Caseville County Park offers 67 campsites with full hookups and 65 water and electric sites. Some sites feature lake views. The park is situated right on the beach offering easy access to swimming and boating. Amenities include picnic areas, pavilion, boat launches and fishing pier.

Caseville County Park
6400 Main Street
Caseville, MI 48725-9446
(989) 856-2080‎
huroncountyparks.com/page6.php

Mariner's Cove Marina

Mariner's Cove Marina offers 12 RV sites and 50 boat slips. RV sites feature harbor views, full hookups and picnic table. Other amenities include cable TV and wireless Internet connection throughout camp. The campground also has a fish cleaning station, lawn maintenance service, snow removal and firewood supply. Activities onsite are bocce, biking, swimming, fishing and paddle boating.

Mariner's Cove Marina
6635 River Street
Caseville, MI 48725-9527
(989) 856-8077‎
portelizabethmarina.com/

Article Written By Rona Aquino

Rona Aquino began writing professionally in 2008. As an avid marathon runner and outdoor enthusiast, she writes on topics of running, fitness and outdoor recreation for various publications. Aquino holds a Bachelor of Arts in communications and English from the University of Maryland College Park.

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