Huron County Parks would like to welcome you to the Thumb of Michigan. The park system includes six modern full service campgrounds and three day use parks. Our facilities preserve the natural setting of Lake Huron and the woodlands along the shore. You will find many area attractions to entertain you, a community that is rich in history and 92 miles of beautiful shoreline to explore.

We take pride in our facilities, and they are maintained by a friendly and courteous staff who are committed to making your stay a memorable one. Include Huron County Parks in your next camping adventure; we’re sure you will come back again!



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Located at the Thumb of Michigan along the shores of historical Lake Huron, are six beautiful campgrounds and three day-use parks available for your next family adventure. Relax and just enjoy the peace and quiet of the outdoors. There's something for everyone at Huron County Parks.

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From the Blog

Registered historic sites in Huron County

Huron County is rich in both luscious lands, and historical places. While you may have heard of many, here are three lesser-known spots in Huron County on the US National Register of Historic Places:

1. The Harbor Beach Lighthouse

What: The light of the Lighthouse spins at a height of 54’ from the Harbor Beach harbor. It is visible for up to 16 nautical miles. The beacon is now run through communications …

Some theories of April Fool’s Day

April Fool’s Day has been around for a long while, all around the world, No one is willing to be foolish enough to say for sure how it started…

Perhaps the most accepted school of fool thought is that it is all calendar based. In 1582, the country of France fell in with a trend started by the Council of Trent in 1563 and changed from the Julian calendar to the Gregorian.

How Well Do You Know The Winter Months?

Coliseum in Rome with Snow by Stefano Costantini via CC 2.0

In the old days, (very old, before 713 BCE), the Romans had ten months in their calendar – ten months in their year of 304 days. The year began on March 1 and ended December 31. The 62 or 63 days in-between were just “Winter” and were not considered “in” any designated month. This is why the names of our months today, in English, from …