Cheboygan State Park
|Cheboygan State Park|
Cheboygan County, Michigan
|Nearest city||Cheboygan, Michigan|
|Area||1.95 mi² (5.06 km²)|
|Governing body||Michigan Department of Natural Resources|
Cheboygan State Park is a 1,250-acre (5.1 km2) state park in Cheboygan County, Michigan, USA. Lighthouse enthusiasts can see Fourteen Foot Shoal Light and the remains of the 1859 Cheboygan Point Light plus a distant view of Lake Huron's Poe Reef Light, some six miles to the northeast.
The park offers trails ranging in length from one-half mile to one and three-quarters miles for hikers, mountain bikers, and cross-country skiers. Trails both skirt Lake Huron and plunge into the more remote interior areas.
Facilities and activities
- Cross-country skiing
- Fishing: Anglers will find fish on Duncan Bay and in Little Billy Elliot Creek.
- Boating: A carry-in launch site offers access to Duncan Bay.
- Picnic Area
- Picnic Shelter
- Camping: there are 76 campsites, three rustic cabins and one tepee.
- Metal Detecting Metal detecting.
- Cheboygan State Park - Michigan DNR
- Protected Planet (World Database on Protected Areas) - Cheboygan State Park
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