Harrisville and Sturgeon Point

Harrisville State Park is located just outside the town of Harrisville in the northeastern quadrant of Michigan right along Lake Huron.

Harrisville State Park was one of the first 25 state parks, opening in 1921 with only 6 acres, and expanding over the years to its current 107 acres.

It is a nice little state park with a campground, day-use area, short nature trail, and access to the lake. Plus, just up the road is a bonus: the Sturgeon Point Lighthouse (also technically a state park).

Click Here to read the full article