Seven Lakes State Park

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Seven Lakes State Park
Map showing the location of Seven Lakes State Park
Map showing the location of Seven Lakes State Park
Location within the state of Michigan
Location Lower Peninsula, Oakland County, Michigan USA
Nearest city Holly, Michigan
Coordinates 42°48′32″N 83°40′05″W / 42.809°N 83.6681°W / 42.809; -83.6681Coordinates: 42°48′32″N 83°40′05″W / 42.809°N 83.6681°W / 42.809; -83.6681
Area 1,434 acres (580 ha)
Established 1992
Governing body Michigan Department of Natural Resources
http://www.michigandnr.com/parksandtrails/details.aspx?id=492&type=SPRK

Seven Lakes State Park is a state park located in Holly Township, near Holly, Michigan. The park covers 1,434 acres (5.80 km2), with over 200 acres (0.81 km2) of water for recreational use. It was opened for use in 1992.

The land was originally purchased by a development group, and later sold to the state of Michigan. There were originally seven small lakes that were dammed to create one larger lake, hence the name Seven Lakes. The lake is also known as Decoup Lake.

Many different recreational activities are available at the park, including campsites, beaches and picnic areas. Canoes are also available for rent. Hunting is allowed during certain seasons. Many trails are available for hiking, mountain biking, and snowmobiling.

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