SLEEPY HOLLOW STATE PARK
Over 2,600 acres with a 410 acre lake. 181 modern campsites. Picnicking, swimming, boat launch, fishing, wildlife viewing areas, bird watching. Row boat, canoe, paddleboat, pontoon rental available in the summer. Trails that take you through prairie grasses, hardwood forest and stands of pine trees: 16 miles of hiking/biking, and 9 miles for horseback riding. Snowmobiling. Metal detecting area.
More than 228 species have been recorded in Sleepy Hollow, from the common Blue Jay to the Eastern Bluebird. During migration, look for waterfowl in Lake Ovid. The rarely recorded Bonaparte's Gull or Bald Eagle also have been sighted.
Lake Ovid has proven to be a very popular fishing lake with a wide variety of fish such as pike, largemouth and smallmouth bass, bluegill, sunfish, crappie, rock bass, perch, catfish and bullheads.
Sleepy Hollow-Group Youth Area(517) 651-6217 Group Use Area, Rustic Site
Sleepy Hollow-Modern(800) 447-2757 181 site(s)Electrical Service, Modern Restrooms
Boat launch and parking area are paved. Lake Ovid is a "No Wake" lake inside Sleepy Hollow State park. There are 2 boating access sites in Clinton County maintained by the park, Muskrat Lake and Looking Glass River. See the Michigan Recreational Boating Information System for more information.
Kayaks, rowboats, paddleboats and pontoon boats are available for rent.
Canoeing and kayaking are popular activities at Sleepy Hollow State Park.