SEVEN LAKES STATE PARK
Opened in 1992, sand lake campground provides modern bathrooms and showers. Electricity provided on each site, road and paths are paved. Campground is located on 1400 acres on seven lakes state park. Swimming beach, picnic shelters, boat/canoe rental, launches, hiking trails, boat and playground equipment available at Paul's concession. Metal detecting area.
The Recreation Passport is required for vehicle entry into state parks and recreation areas, state boat launches, state forest campgrounds and state trail parking lots. Details and information on how to obtain your Michigan Recreation Passport can be found by visiting the MICHIGAN RECREATION PASSPORT
Boat rentals of row boats, canoes, paddle boats and your-motor-on boats are available from mid-May to mid-September. Call the concession at 810-714-1949 or the park at 248-634-7271.
Seven Lakes-Modern(800) 447-2757 70 site(s)Beach, Electrical Service, Modern Restrooms
The 170-acre Big Seven Lake and and the 44-acre Dickinson are accessible from boat launch sites and allow motors at no-wake speeds.
Bluegill, bass, pike, tiger muskie and catfish can be found in the various lakes to challenge anglers of all ages. Fishing pier is accessible for shore fishing.
Boat rentals of row boats, canoes, paddle boats and your-motor-on boats are available from mid-May to mid-September. Call the concession at 810-750-1977 or the park at 248-634-7271.
Seven Lakes State Park is located near Brighton, Burton and Clarkston
Big Seven Lake is 170 acres with a boat launch, concession for snacks, beach, restrooms and changing courts. There are picnic areas with horseshoes, volleyball, and playground equipment, which can be used on a first come first serve basis.
Dickinson Lake, the second largest lake at 44 acres, provides another boat launch and a floating pier used for fishing. A rustic picnic shelter with large grills, playground equipment, horseshoe pits, volleyball and basketball. Seven Lakes State Park has five rentable picnic shelters, one being ADA acessible. For reservations contact the park.
An endless variety of topography and ecosystems form the area called Seven Lakes. Trail systems criss-cross the entire area. Many of these paths are worn down over the years by the local nature lovers, over 6.5 miles of trails are clearly marked as a designated trail system taking visitors beside two lakes, a stream and numerous swamps and low swales. Songbirds, muskrats, beaver, turtles, squirrels, deer, waterfowl, heron and many other species of wildlife call these wet areas home. This trail system is used by hikers, cross country skiers, snowmobilers (when there is four or more inches of snow) and mountain bikers.
Seven Lakes-Dickinson TrailTrail Length: 0.30 (Miles)Cross Country Ski, Hiking
Seven Lakes-Green Trail LoopTrail Length: 2.10 (Miles)Cross Country Ski, Hiking, Mountain Biking, Snow-mobiling
Seven Lakes-Nature Trail LoopTrail Length: 0.70 (Miles)Cross Country Ski, Hiking
Seven Lakes-Red Trail LoopTrail Length: 1.80 (Miles)Cross Country Ski, Hiking, Mountain Biking, Snow-mobiling
Seven Lakes-White Trail LoopTrail Length: 1.40 (Miles)Cross Country Ski, Hiking
A five-mile trail systems criss-cross the entire area. This trail system is used by hikers, cross country skiers and mountain bikers.
Enjoy Southeast Michigan's Best Family Camping experience at our clean, quiet, friendly campground. Jumping Pillow, WiFi, Paddle Boats, Minigolf, Swimming, Bicycling and more
56.3 miles from park*