Top 10 Biggest State Parks in Michigan Are Breathtakingly Beautiful

 Wilderness State Park: The park has 26 miles of Lake Michigan shoreline, more than 20 miles of extensive trails, and camping options. It also has a pet-friendly beach and a swimming area. 

Thompson’s Harbor:Thompson’s Harbor State Park is 5,109 acres and spans more than seven miles of Lake Huron shoreline near Rogers City, MI.

Tahquamenon Falls:The Upper Falls is 200 feet across and drops almost 50 feet, making it one of the biggest waterfalls on the east side of the Mississippi River.

Sleepy Hollow:Laingsburg, MI, boasts Sleepy Hollow State Park, which is 2,678 acres of Michigan landscape. 

Silver Lake:Silver Lake State Park in Mears, MI, covers 2,936 acres of land, with nearly 2,000 acres being sand dunes.

Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park:Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park is the largest in Michigan, with 59,020 acres in Ontonagon. 

Ludington:Ludington State Park boasts 5,300 acres of land with sandy beaches, three campgrounds, and sand dunes. 

Hartwick Pines State Park:Hartwick Pines State Park covers 9,672 acres in Grayling, MI, with 49 acres being an old-growth pine forest. The park has around 21 miles of trails and various camping options. 

Fisherman’s Island:When you visit Fisherman’s Island State Park in Charlevoix, MI, you can enjoy over six miles of Lake Michigan shoreline within the 2,678 acres of parkland. 

 Craig Lake:Craig Lake State Park is 8,459 acres in Champion, MI, and is the most remote in Michigan. 

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