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Cheboygan State Park

Cheboygan State Park
4490 Beach Rd

Cheboygan State Park has a system of well-marked trails that provide access to scenic Lake Huron vistas and glimpses of rare wildflowers. Modern camping, rustic cabins, and teepees are all available, as well as a carry-in boat launch on Duncan Bay, and fishing on both the bay and Elliot Creek.


Boat Rental

Cross-Country Skiing: Several well-marked trails provide expansive winter vistas of the Lake Huron shoreline and inland natural areas.

Fishing: Northern pike, small and large mouth bass and pan fish can be found in the Bay. Little Bill Elliot Creek, which flows through the park, is well known for its speckled brown trout.

Hiking: Several well-marked trails allow hikers to see expansive vistas of the Lake Huron shoreline and inland natural areas.


Mountain Biking: Nearly seven miles of trails on red, black, blue, yellow and green trail loops are shared with hikers.


Watchable Wildlife: Rare wildflowers abound along the shoreline trails.

Winter Camping


Cheboygan Modern Lodge
Cheboygan Tepee
Cheboygan-Group Use Area
Cheboygan-Rustic Cabins


Cheboygan-Black Trail
Trail Length: 0.50 (Miles)

Cheboygan-Blue Trail
Trail Length: 1.30 (Miles)

Cheboygan-Green Trail
Trail Length: 1.75 (Miles)

Cheboygan-Red Trail
Trail Length: 0.75 (Miles)

Cheboygan-Yellow Trail
Trail Length: 1.75 (Miles)



Boat Launch: Carry-in boat launch. Access to Duncan Bay.

Picnic Area: Picnic tables and fire pits/grills.


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