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Alcona Park

A Most Spectacular Campground in Northeastern Michigan

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Alcona Park is located on the historic AuSable River floodwaters above the Alcona Dam. The 1100-acre park has three miles of shoreline on each side of this trophy fish producing river. The park is surrounded by the Huron National Forest.

Alcona Park offers full service campsites (electric, sewer and water hookups), a variety of wooded campsites, camping cabins, modern bathhouse/restrooms, public day use picnic/swimming area, picnic pavilions, playgrounds, swim areas, and boat launches, laundry facilities, and dump station. Canoeing, boating, hiking, swimming, fishing, hunting and wildlife viewing are all popular activities for visitors.

Location: 2550 AuSable River Road, Glennie Michigan 48737 Telephone 989-735-3881 Fax 989-735-2600

Other Michigan State Parks nearby:
(Glennie) Alcona Park
(Atlanta) Clear Lake State Park
(Grayling) Hartwick Pines State Park
(Lupton) Rifle River Recreation Area
(East Tawas) Tawas Point State Park

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