Caseville County Park was and is a premier beachfront park in Michigan’s Thumb. The park first opened in 1919 and has been a Caseville campground and beach destination for Southeast Michigan. The park is located on the site of a former sawmill and salt production operation.
Camp at Caseville County Park
The Caseville campground and park is located on Saginaw Bay and is a short walk into Caseville’s shops and stores. The campground and beach sits on 40 acres, with 58 water & electric sites, and 172 full-hookup sites. Sites are also available for available for seasonal and overnight camping.
The park is known for having one of the largest and nicest groomed beaches in Southeast Michigan and is great for swimming, volleyball, kayak rentals and taking in the summer sun. Boat launches are available at the nearby marina, as is fishing at Caseville Pier.
Caseville County Park is also home to an amphitheater which offers entertainment during festivals and special events.
- Vintage Camping with Tin Can Tourists
- Port Austin Butterfly House and Gardens
- Camp on a Ghost Town At Port Crescent State Park
- Thrift Store Shopping in the Upper Thumb