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Harrisville State Park Professional Review and Guide
"This small but nicely wooded park is one of the oldest state parks, dat- ing back to 1921, but it has expanded from its original 6 acres to include 107 sitting right on the shore of Lake Huron facing east. The beach is sandy and wide, and a nature trail runs 2 miles through a forest of pine and cedar. While there is a put-in spot for watercraft here, it is really for car-top–sized boats only. The campsites are spacious and separated by grassy areas. All are shaded by tall hardwoods spread evenly throughout. The Sturgeon Point Lighthouse is near the park, and a paved trail connects to the village of Harrisville."
--Kevin Revolinski , Camping Michigan (Falcon Guides).
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