We camped in the west loop area of the state park with our dog and it was an awesome trip! The campsites were tidy, the bathrooms were exceptionally clean, and the location to the beach was perfect. The road was a little noisy but when you had some music going it wasn’t too bad. The stars were crystal clear at night and all the campers were respectful and quiet. If you need any essentials there’s a convenience store right around the corner from the campground and there’s cute downtown Caseville only a couple minute drive away. The beach was pretty empty and the dog beach was a huge plus for us as our dog loves to swim. For sure will come back!
I great camp ground with lots of trees and a great beach.
Been here a few times and always enjoyed it.
Super cool bike trails!
If you’re looking for sandy beaches during the day, and some of the best star-gazing, you’ll want to stay here! Campsites are pretty open to the public, but it’s a good way to make friends! We had no issues with the bathrooms, and the beach was clean. VERY easy to get to! We went in July and can’t wait to go back.
love this camp ground. this campground is in my blood I have been going there since I was a little kid and now I take my kids.
Sleeper State Park Campground is located a few miles north of Caseville, MI. This is a modern campground, and has 226 camp sites, and 1 mini cabin. The campground sits right off of M25, so I recommend getting a site towards the back. We unfortunately were only able to get sites at the front and the road noise was obnoxious, 3 a.m. cars and trucks flying by. Campground, bathrooms, and showers were all kept very clean. Most sites are set up for trailers, and RV’s, and tents. There are a few sites that are tent only sites. Each site has a picnic table, fire pit and electric hook up. There is firewood available at the park office for $5 a bundle, they also rent kayaks $10 for 2 hours or $40 for the day. The campgrounds host site has coffee, tea, and hot chocolate available in the mornings. They also offer activities in the afternoon. Across M25 and part of Sleeper State Park is the beach, and picnic area. There is a walkway overpass that goes over M25 making for a safe walk from camp to the beach. The beach area has a bathroom and drinking water. There are charcoal grills, and picnic tables in the picnic area around the parking lot. The beach is a lovely stretch of shoreline along the Saginaw bay.
Last June my buddy and I did a quick overnight at this campground. It's a few miles outside of Caseville, which has a huge Cheeseburger In Paradise festival every year if you're a Jimmy Buffet fan.
Anyway, we were on an inside site and the campground was fairly quiet, not much road noise at night. Also Saginaw Bay is right across the road and it's got a great beach for day use. Would definitely stay again!