Introduction to Michigan state parks
Some generalities about Michigan state parks, known for trails, mountains, etc, then list them out.
Park Address: 8800 M-116, Ludington, MI 49431
Park Description: Ludington State Park is a public recreation area located two miles north of Ludington, Michigan, occupying 5,300 acres between the shores of Lake Michigan and Hamlin Lake.
Ludington State Park Visitors Guide
Park Address: 41382 W M-123, Paradise, MI 49768
Park Description: The Tahquamenon Falls State Park is a 46,179-acre state park in the U.S. state of Michigan. It is the second largest of Michigan's state parks.
Tahquamenon Falls State Park Visitors Guide
Park Address: 12032 Red Arrow Hwy, Sawyer, MI 49125
Park Description: The park's large sand dunes and lakeshore beaches make it one of the most popular of Michigan’s state parks with an average of about one million visitors annually.
Warren Dunes State Park Visitors Guide
Park Description: In addition to swimming, boating, fishing, and camping, the park features dune areas, picnic areas, playgrounds, and views of Holland Harbor and the Holland Harbor Light, "Big Red".
Holland State Park Visitors Guide
Park Address: 7029 Huron Rd, Mackinac Island, MI 49757
Park Description: Composing 80% of this car-free island, this park features limestone bluffs, rocky beach & forests.
Park Address: 33303 Headquarters Rd, Ontonagon, MI 49953
Park Description: The Porcupine Mountains were the site of copper mining in the 19th century.
Park Address: 9679 W State Park Rd, Mears, MI 49436
Park Description: The park's recreational opportunities include camping, hunting, swimming, hiking, boating, fishing, picnicking, and off-road vehicle driving.