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.
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.
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Caseville County Park
Water, sun and lots of sand describe this park. With water & electric sites, full hookup sites and seasonal sites, the park is well known for its wide sandy beach and excellent swimming.
Lighthouse County Park
Home to the historic Pointe Aux Barques Lighthouse, this park is great for many activities including camping, cabin rentals, boating, special events, day use, and hiking.
Stafford County Park
Great for activities like biking and fishing, this park has ball fields, tennis courts, and more. It is close to historical sites including the Port Hope Chimney and Train Depot.
Oak Beach Park
Great for camping, day use, swimming, and special events. The park also hosts a variety of activities including complementary coffee, cookies & donuts, crafts and more.
Wagener County Park
Perfect for those that love to get outdoors, this park has several miles of hiking trails, playgrounds, picnic areas, and fishing for your enjoyment.
Sebeaing County Park
This Huck Finn style campground adjacent to the river is great for fishing, the park also features extensive trail systems and pedestrian bridges that connect campsites to nearby wetlands.
Caseville Park is situated on 40 acres, boasting 58 water & electric sites, & 172 full-hookup sites, many of which are available for seasonal camping. The park is home to one of the nicest beaches in the county and is great for swimming. Boat launches are available at the nearby marina, as is fishing at Caseville Pier.
Caseville is the ideal campground for those looking for more amenities and a small-town atmosphere. The park also features pavilion rentals, lakeview sites, & a playscape for the kids. Once here you can reach all attractions by foot or bike as the city has sidewalks throughout.
Lighthouse County Park is located 6 miles north of Port Hope and features 110 campsites on 120 acres of land. It has modern and tent sites as well as the historic Pointe Aux Barques Lighthouse, which is a Great Lakes navigational point.
The beaches have rocky, stony shores so are not ideal for swimming. Lighthouse park is great for many other activities including camping, cabin rentals, boating, special events, day use, and hiking.
Stafford County Park is located on Lake Huron in Port Hope, MI. Stafford County Park features 73 sites & 6 camper cabins on 38 acres. We include modern and tent sites, plus cabins rentals.
Cabins include 1 double bed, 1 bunk bed, A/C and heater, refrigerator, table and chairs, water, electricity, and a bathroom with sink, toilet, and shower.
Stafford is ideal for biking, and fishing. Beaches at Stafford are rocky and they are not ideal for swimming, however there are many other activities for you to enjoy including baseball, tennis, volleyball, and horseshoes.
Oak Beach Park
Oak Beach County Park is a combination campground and day use facility situated on 46 acres with a total of 55 sites featuring modern and tent camping.
For the sportsman, there is a sandy swimming beach, fishing, or a nearby adventure golf course. Oak Beach is great for camping, day use, swimming, and special events.
The park also hosts a variety of activities including complementary coffee, cookies & donuts every Saturday morning, movies (weather permitting), crafts and karaoke. All special events will be posted on the bulletin board at the park.
Wagener County Park is located 5 miles south of Harbor Beach, has 96 campsites situated on 132 acres. It features modern and tent camping. Perfect for those that love to get outdoors. While beaches are rocky and not ideal for swimming, Wagener Park has several miles of hiking trails, playgrounds, picnic areas, and fishing for your enjoyment.Or, if you want to enjoy the amenities of the town, Harbor Beach has a lot for you to do.
Located on the Sebewaing River, the park features 54 large hook-up sites and 10 tent sites on 40 acres of land with 20 acres of woods to explore. For the kids, we have a great park with teeter-totters, slides, monkey bars and a sandy play area. With three nature trails, this park is great for the outdoorsman. There is no swim area. However, while you’re here, watch for nesting eagles and many species of birds, wild rabbits, ducks, geese, blue herons and deer.
Sebewaing Park is equipped with a fishing dock for use. There is no boat launch or access to Saginaw Bay at the park, but the marina is a few miles away and easily accessible.
Available Campsites & Rates
Site availability varies by park.
|Full Hookup Lakeview||$51|
|Electric and Water||$26-$36|
|Electric Only Lakeview||$27|
|Cabin||$62 - $82|
Holidays are Memorial Day, 4th of July and Labor Day. A minimum of 3-night reservations are required.
Off season includes dates in May before Memorial Day and in September after Labor Day.