ALOHA STATE PARK 4347 Third Street Cheboygan, Michigan 49721
Phone: 231-625-2522 Reservations: 800-447-2757
Our park has 285 modern campsites, two swimming beaches. The swimming beaches have sandy bottoms and have easy incline from the shore. There are three play areas with a softball field, horseshoe pits, basketball and volleyball courts, boat launch and basin that provides a protected harbor for boats of various sizes. Metal detecting area.
FACILITIES AND ACTIVITIES OVERVIEW
Beaches have sandy bottoms and gently incline from the shore to the picnic area.
Part of the Inland Waterway, Mullett Lake is at the heart of the 38-mile water trail. See information about the water trail listed below on this page. The basin around the launch site provides a protected harbor for boats of various sizes.
Anglers will find walleye, smallmouth bass, pike, bluegill, yellow perch, lake trout and sturgeon in Mullett Lake. Ice fishing is also a popular winter sport in the park.
Three play areas contain a softball field, horseshoe pits a volleyball court and a basketball court.
One picnic shelter for rent. For reservations contact the park.
Mackinaw to Hawks Rails to Trails runs through Aloha State Park. The primary surface of the trail is gravel. During the summer this trail is non-motorized and used for hiking, equestrian, and biking. During the winter months the trail is groomed for snowmobiling.
Aloha State Park is near Cheboygan which offers shopping, dining and entertainment. The historic Straits of Mackinac is within a half-hour of the park and includes Mackinaw City, Mackinac Island, Fort Michilimackinac and Old Mill Creek Historical Park.
We are about 10 miles west of Mackinaw City. One Mile Past the Wilderness State camp grounds. You will find miles of prestine beaches, no noise except the sounds of nature.You can hike the miles of wonderful hiking trails.