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Albert E. Sleeper State Park is a 723-acre (2.9 km2) state park in the U.S. state of Michigan. The park is located in Lake Township, near Caseville in Huron County close to the tip of The Thumb of Michigan, bordered by Lake Huron. The park is named for former Michigan Governor Albert E. Sleeper.
Facilities and activities
- Swimming: The park features a half-mile beach along Saginaw Bay.
- Hiking: The park offers over four miles of nature trails.
- Mountain biking
- Cross-country skiing
- Camping: Overnight stays may be secured among 226 modern campsites and 13 cabins.
- 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.
4 miles long.
From Bay City, exit I-75 at M-25, go E. 55 miles to park entrance (5 miles E. of Caseville). From Bad Axe, N. on M-53 10 miles, W. on Kinde Rd. 10 miles, N. on State Park Rd. 3.5 miles, and W. on M-25 short distance to park entrance.
Cross Country Skiing: Novice
Mountain Biking: Novice
- Sleeper-Candlestick Trail – 0.63 (Miles), Hiking, Mountain Biking, Cross Country Ski
- Sleeper-Huron Trail – 0.2 (Miles), Hiking, Mountain Biking, Cross Country Ski
- Sleeper-Deer Run Trail – 2 (Miles), Hiking, Mountain Biking, Cross Country Ski
- Sleeper-Old Dunes – 0.65 (Miles), Hiking, Mountain Biking, Cross Country Ski
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