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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2021 Huron County Park Dates and Events

The time to make your 2021 reservations is fast approaching. To aid you in booking your stay, here are the dates for 2021 events at the campgrounds:

November 2, 2020 – Cheeseburger reservations open (32 night minimum)

November 9, 2020 – Cheeseburger reservations open (26 night minimum)

November 16, 2020 – Cheeseburger reservations open (18 night minimum)

December 1, 2020 – Cheeseburger reservations open (9 night minimum)

Looking Back: The 1918 Influenza Pandemic in Michigan: Part 3

One hundred and two years ago, in Grand Rapids, Michigan there was a difference. An important difference in its experience with the influenza pandemic that had begun to sneak up on the cities of America. This difference was the fact that the first case of the flu was Arthur H. Vandenberg, the publisher and editor of the Grand Rapids Herald, the city’s most-read newspaper.

Traveling on a fund-raising tour with a U.S. Navy band, Vandenberg …

Looking Back: The 1918 Influenza Pandemic in Michigan: Part 2

On a world wide view, the flu pandemic of 1918 had 500 million cases, fully one-third of the people in the world. Today’s equivalent would be around 2 billion. 50 million sufferers died from the pandemic, 650,000 in the U.S. Sad to say, we may approach such numbers in 2020.

Fewer American servicemen died in combat during World War I than succumbed to influenza..

Turning to our Wolverine State, the death toll from …