Caseville is a little city in Michigan’s Thumb that calls it itself the “perch capital of the world”. Located at the mouth of the Pigeon River that help make this area a boating destination. Well known for its large sandy beach, abundant fishing and its unique shops and festivities.
The area is known for its abundance of vacation homes and cottages. Blessed with a sugar sand along the beach, it’s been drawing families to spend the summers here for over two generations.
Home of the Shanty Days Festival in the winter and the famous Cheeseburger Festival in the closing days of the summer. Caseville is the fun city in the thumb.
A historical picture and background that shows Caseville Harbor from about 1941. This offers a glimpse of the history of Caseville Harbor. Looking out to Saginaw Bay, the only building that remains today is the Huron Yacht Club.
The Riverside Roadhouse will not be rebuilt. The property is up for sale. In August 2016 an early morning fire at Riverside in Caseville left the historic building a smoldering wreck and a complete loss for the business. The building was over one hundred years old.