Harrisville State Park
248 State Park Rd.
Harrisville, MI 48740

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Park Description from the State website

Harrisville State Park features a campground and day-use area nestled in a stand of pine and cedar trees along the sandy shores of Lake Huron. The park is within walking distance of the resort town of Harrisville. Established in 1921, it is one of Michigan's oldest state parks. The original park area consisted of six acres, much smaller than the current 107-acre size.

Campground Info from the State website

195 site(s), $25/$23 per night, Campsites with 50 amp Service, Electrical Service, Modern Restrooms, two mini-cabins

How to get to the Campground

Drive north up US-23. You'll find it.
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Downloads from the web

Downloads from the web
Click here to download a nice printable map (Adobe pdf) of Harrisville State Park which you can print.
Click here to display a large version (one that you can actually read) of the Campground map shown below. You can print the map by right-clicking on it and selecting print.

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Ice cream store a short walk into town.

Personal Rating

From Alan: It's a long drive, but worth it. Nice park.