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Harrisville State Park


248 State Park Rd.
Harrisville, MI 48740
989.724.5126
No Email Address
http://www.michigandnr.com/parksandtrails/ParksandTrailsInfo.aspx?id=451
3 Reviews
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Just stayed here July 4th weekend. My site was in a great area but some are very close and no trees. Biggest draw back was the bathrooms...had to wait and wait and wait to take a shower. Also site was not mowed and grass was quite long. Front desk staff was very friendly and helpful.

Received from ak for visit in May 2010


Site Number: 23
Stay Again? YES
love this park...beautiful area and beautiful beach...camp area nicely wooded..lots of antiques in the area and we got some great buys.

Received from lynn for visit in Jul 2009


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Stay Again? YES
Pros: Lovely beach, nice little resort town, marina, nice size sites. Cons: Need reservations, fills up every weekend, limited showers We stayed here and enjoyed it.Harrisville is a lovely small town to visit with an easy paved path between the campground and the streets of the town.There is an IGA within walking distance if you need groceries, restaurants, post office, etc. Downside, if you want a rustic experience, some sites on the northern perimeter can look out at neighborhoods, and train tracks are nearby.On the other hand the beach sites are marvelous if you are prepared to check the reservations for cancellations or get them in early (6 mos in advance). Another drawback was that for the whole campground there were only 4 showers each for men and women.Since we went early in the season we had no problems, but I imagine during the summer its a bit of a wait to get a shower. A small nature trail but the big draw is the beach.Kids will love the playground, its right on the beach.Parents might cringe at the old 1960s metal play equipment.We will come again for sure.A popular campground for fisherman (perch, salmon) and hunters.

Received from Steph for visit in May 2006


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES



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