Monday, April 21, 2008

Michigan State Parks are Treasures

Residents of Michigan enjoy many blessings when it comes to travel and outdoor recreation. For starters, Michigan is geographically unique with more than 3,000 miles of coastline along four of the five Great Lakes. To that remarkable asset you can add our countless inland lakes, rivers and diverse terrain.

The state's network of parks, campgrounds and trails -- several along abandoned railroad rights of way -- provide a simple and convenient way to access this network. In fact, according to Michigan's Department of Natural Resources (DNR), "You are never more than half an hour from a Michigan state park, state forest campground, state recreation area or state trail system." Getting connected is as easy as going to Just click on the link for Map of Parks, Forests and Trails.

Michigan's 100 state parks are as different as they are delightful. Campers will find that most of Michigan's state parks have electricity and water hookups and plenty of elbow room. Our state's more than 14,000 state park campsites are why Michigan ranks number one in the nation for the number of camping sites and overnight stays.
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