Your Frequently Asked Questions, Answered

Here at Huron County Parks, we strive to go beyond customer satisfaction for all your camping needs. That’s why we compiled a list of answers to your most frequently asked questions to kick off 2019. For more information and park rules, click here.

  • When are the parks open?

Caseville County Park is open from April 15 to October 31. Oak Beach, Stafford, Lighthouse, Wagener and Sebewaing County Parks open on May 1 and will close on October 15.

  • Are there weekly/monthly rates?

All non-seasonal sites are charged by the night. There are no discounts for booking a week or any other time period.

  • Cheeseburger Overflow Lots? 

Special overflow sites are made available during Cheeseburger ONLY. These sites are located by the Caseville Fire Hall in downtown Caseville (6833 Main St, Caseville, MI 48725), approximately one-half mile from the campground. These sites are not located in the campground. No tents are allowed. There are no hookups nor water available, the sites are completely rustic and can be booked for $27 per night. Campers at the overflow may use the bathrooms and showers at the campground. Camping units must be self-contained. Only one camping unit per site. Picnic Tables are not provided, you are welcome to bring your own. Holding Tanks can be filled and emptied at Caseville County Park. All Huron County Park Rules & Regulations apply in the overflow area.

  • Are pets allowed at the parks?

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Pets are welcome at the County Parks. Dogs must be on leashes, must be picked up after, and are not allowed on the beaches nor in the water. All of the parks have trails just perfect for walks with your pooch.

  • What is a priority camper? 

If an individual books campsites many times throughout the year, or comes back year after year, they are sent a link to book sites before they open to the general public. More bookings this year result in earlier availability next year.

  • Do you offer refunds?

All reservations are non-refundable. If a booking must be canceled, a voucher request form is submitted, and another camper books the same site for the same dates, a voucher will be issued in the amount of the canceled booking less a $15 cancellation fee. Reservations for Cheeseburger Festival (Caseville County Park only) and holidays (Memorial Day, Independence Day, and Labor Day weekends are non-cancellable). For more information on our cancellation policy, click here.

  • What is the distance between the county parks?

Wagener Park (2671 S Lakeshore Rd., Harbor Beach) to Stafford Park (4451 W. Huron St., Port Hope) 12.9 mi via M-25 N;

Stafford Park (4451 W. Huron St., Port Hope) to Lighthouse Park (7320 Lighthouse Road, Port Hope) 7.3 mi via M-25 N;

Lighthouse Park (7320 Lighthouse Road, Port Hope) to Oak Beach Park (3356 Port Austin Rd., Port Austin) 21.2 mi via M-25 N;

Oak Beach Park (3356 Port Austin Rd., Port Austin) to Caseville Park (6400 Main Street, Caseville) 8.8 mi via M-25 W/Port Austin Rd;

Caseville Park (6400 Main Street, Caseville) to Sebewaing Park (759 Union Street, Sebewaing) 20.5 mi via M-25 W;

Sebewaing Park (759 Union Street, Sebewaing) to Wagener Park (2671 S Lakeshore Rd., Harbor Beach) 44.8 mi via Sebewaing Rd.

  • Why are some campsites on the park maps not listed as available or reserved?

Caseville: Electric and water sites that are in light blue (47-72, 114-145), and full hookup lakeview sites in teal (200-222) are bookable on a nightly basis. All other sites on the map: full hookup seasonals in purple (1-46, 73-113, 146-154, 191-199); the premium full hookup seasonal in dark blue (155-169, 176-190); and the premium full hookup lakeview sites in grey (223-239) are reserved for the season.
Oak Beach: The sites that do not appear are seasonals.
Lighthouse: The sites that do not appear are seasonals.
Sebewaing: The sites that do not appear are seasonals.
Stafford: The sites that do not appear are seasonals.
Wagener: The sites that do not appear are seasonals.
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