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Mitchell State Park, Michigan

White sand, blue water and warm sunlight mesh to make a rockin’ vacation atmosphere at William Mitchell State Park. Whether you’re a fan of skiing, hiking, snowmobiling, fishing or swimming, you Read more...

White sand, blue water and warm sunlight mesh to make a rockin’ vacation atmosphere at William Mitchell State Park. Whether you’re a fan of skiing, hiking, snowmobiling, fishing or swimming, you can give your next outdoor excursion a dash of something special here. Enjoy the celebratory vibe that comes along with seasonal festivals and top-notch picnicking on 300+ acres between Lakes Mitchell and Cadillac, or head out on the Mitchell-Heritage nature trail for superb wildlife viewing.

The lakes are connected by a charming, historic canal that only adds to the pleasure of being in a unique waterfront area. The Carl T. Johnson Hunt and Fish center is a destination in itself, and kids will love the aquarium of local Michigan fish. Got your number yet? Loveable dorky niche activities, like paddleboating and metal detecting, play their part in the spontaneous fun of this outdoor sweet spot. How about now?

Mitchell Campground
Located near the shores of Lake Cadillac, we expect you to roll into William Mitchell Campground in...
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