Negwegon State Park
|Negwegon State Park|
IUCN category V (protected landscape/seascape)
|Location||Lower Peninsula, Alpena County, Alcona County, Michigan USA|
|Nearest city||Black River, Michigan|
|Area||3,738 acres (1,513 ha)|
|Governing body||Michigan Department of Natural Resources|
Negwegon State Park is an undeveloped state park in Alpena County and Alcona County, Michigan, just southeast of the unincorporated community of Ossineke. It covers 3,738 acres (1,513 ha) with a long sand beach on Lake Huron. The sand road that cuts through the forest and leads to the entrance of the park may require a 4WD vehicle. At the boundary between private/county land and state land, the thin sand two-track road, Sand Hill Wilds Road, becomes a very wide groomed gravel road, Negwegon Park Road.
- Hiking: There are 11.6 miles (19 km) of hiking trails.
- Camping: Camping is permitted at four primitive, walk-in sites that require reservations.
- Kayaking: Canoeing and kayaking in Lake Huron with access to all four campsites
- Hunting: The park is open to hunting (deer, turkey, rabbit, woodcock, duck, goose and squirrel).
- Metal detecting: Allowed on part of the beach but finds must be inspected by staff.
See also 
- Negwegon State Park Michigan Department of Natural Resources
- Negwegon State Park Protected Planet (World Database on Protected Areas)
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