Michigan Recreation Passport is required for vehicle entry into state parks and recreation areas, state boat launches, state forest campgrounds and state trail parking lots. The Michigan Recreation Passport does not cover local, county, municipal, or metropolitan parks or recreation areas. Learn…
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- Phone Service
- Drinking Water
Tenting at its finest... brother his wife and 5 kids my husband at the time and 4 kids reserved a group area and had a blast teaching and showing those who had never camped how fun it could be!! No cell/internet service but that was perfect!! Great time to unplug and just enjoy our surroundings and…
This is one of our family's favorite close to home sites. Extra large camp sites, lots of room for the kids to run around. Extensive trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding. Lovely little no wake lake perfect for swimming, fishing or paddling.
The sites are very private and spacious in the primitive camping area.T he natural scenery is STUNNING with fields of flowers and trees. We ran up on a group of probably 70 wild turkeys on the trail! There's a quiet lake perfect for unwinding after a long day or to get a nice rinse off. There's…
Highland State Recreation Area is located in Michigan
From US 23 in Hartland, drive 12 miles east on M-59 or from I-75 in Pontiac, drive 14 miles west on M-59. Park entrance is located on the south side of M-59 between Ormond and Bogie Lake Rd/12 miles west of Pontiac, 60 miles east of Lansing, 25 miles south of Flint, 30 miles northwest of Detroit.
5200 East Highland Rd
White Lake, MI 48383