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Port Crescent State Park

Port Crescent State Park
1775 Port Austin Road

Port Crescent State Park has three miles of sandy shoreline on Lake Huron's Saginaw Bay. A wooden boardwalk parallels the day-use shoreline offering many scenic vistas of Saginaw Bay. The park also offers fishing, canoeing, hiking, cross-country skiing, birding, and hunting.


Cross Country Ski

Fishing: A universally accessible fishing deck is available in the day-use area along the Pinnebog River.

Hiking: Seven miles of trails meander through various areas of the park.

Hunting: Te park offers excellent opportunities to hunt whitetail deer, turkey and waterfowl.

Pet-Friendly Area: A section of pet-friendly shoreline is available near the mouth of the Pinnebog River. This area is accessible via the steel bridge that connects to the hiking trails closest to the campground. Pets must be on a six foot leash and under an owner's immediate control at all times. All pet waste must be properly disposed of in trash receptacles. For more information, please contact the park.


Watchable Wildlife

Winter Camping


Port Crescent Camper Cabin
Port Crescent-Modern


Port Crescent-Day Use Trail
Trail Length: 2.30 (Miles)

Port Crescent-Dunes Nature Trail
Trail Length: 0.75 (Miles)

Port Crescent-Organization Area Trail
Trail Length: 2.50 (Miles)



Picnic Area: Fire pits and grills are available in the picnic area.


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