Wilson State Park
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This article is about the state park in Michigan. For the state park in Kansas, see Wilson State Park (Kansas).
|Wilson State Park|
|Location||Harrison, Clare County, Michigan, USA|
|Area||36 acres (150,000 m2)|
|Governing body||Michigan Department of Natural Resources|
Facilities and activities
- Fishing: Muskellunge, bass, panfish, perch and walleye inhabit Budd Lake.
- Boating: A concrete launch is located on the south shore of the lake, outside of park boundaries.
- Picnic Area
- Picnic Shelter
- Camping: Overnight options include 160 campsites, a mini cabin, a modern lodge, and a tepee.
- Metal Detecting: Metal detecting is permitted in designated areas of the park; however, any found items are subject to review by park staff and may be retained pending further investigation.
- Wilson State Park Michigan Department of Natural Resources
- Wilson State Park Metal Detecting Map Michigan DNR
- Wilson State Park Protected Planet (World Database on Protected Areas)
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