Take This Unforgettable Road Trip To 6 Of Michigan’s Least-Visited State Parks

Michigan is home to plenty of famous outdoor destinations, from Tahquamenon Falls State Park to Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. While there’s plenty to be said for exploring a well-known spot, we’re partial to underrated locales throughout the state – which is why we’ve put together a road trip to some of the least-visited state parks in Michigan. You’ll have a blast exploring these breathtaking spots without the added stress of overwhelming crowds.

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So, now you’ve got everything you need to start planning your road trip to some of the least-visited state parks in Michigan. Have you checked out any of these places during previous outings? Did we include any of your favorites on our list? Share your thoughts with us by leaving a Facebook comment or recommend another unique state park in Michigan by completing our official nomination form.

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Address: Harrisville State Park, 248 State Park Rd, Harrisville, MI 48740, USA
Address: William C. Sterling State Park, 2800 State Park Rd, Monroe, MI 48162, USA
Address: Port Crescent State Park, 1775 Port Austin Rd, Port Austin, MI 48467, USA
Address: Onaway State Park, 3622 M-211, Onaway, MI 49765, USA
Address: Otsego Lake State Park, 7136 Old Hwy 27 S, Gaylord, MI 49735, USA
Address: Wilson State Park, 912 N 1st St, Harrison, MI 48625, USA