Albert E Sleeper State Park
6573 State Park Rd
Caseville, MI  48725

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Park Description from the State website

Albert E. Sleeper State Park comprises 723 acres of forest, wetlands and sandy beach and dunes located on the Saginaw Bay of Lake Huron. Visitors can watch sunsets on the bay, relax in the shade and seclusion of the campground or roam the trails of the ancient dune forests.
The park first opened as a county park in 1925. In 1927 the state acquired the property and called it Huron State Park. In 1944, the park was renamed in honor of Albert E. Sleeper, governor of Michigan (1916-1920) and resident of Huron County, who signed into law the statute that created the state park system.

Campground Info from the State website

The park has 223 modern campsites, all located in a heavily wooded area of oak, birch, and pine. There is a wide range of lot sizes, accommodating those with the largest RV's as well as those with the smallest tents. Three modern toilet/shower facilities are available from mid-April through October. Sanitation stations and a fish cleaning station are located in the campground.
A mini-cabin is located in the campground. It sleeps up to four people and may be rented throughout the year. The cabin is furnished with a heater, lights, electrical outlets and outside fire circle.

How to get to the Campground

Go north up Van Dyke through Bad Axe and continue north on M-53 about nine miles to Kinde Road. Turn west on Kinde Road for ten miles. Turn north on State Park Road and proceed three miles to M-25. Turn left on M-25 and go a short distance to the campground entrance on the left.
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The campground is pretty big with a lot of large shade trees and mostly grassy sites. The outhouses are the old style with two individual showers in the inside in both men's and women's.
Fantastic beach just a short walk north over the highway. Small rocks in the water close to the shoreline (tough to walk on), but sandy from about forty feet on out.
Port Crescent State Park is only about 15 miles down M-25, newer and much more crowded.

Personal Rating

From Alan: Neutral. Too far to drive for a nice beach.