Michigan State Parks Offering Fireworks-Free Fourth of July
If you're not a fan of fireworks and are looking for a 'fireworks-free' Fourth of July, did you know that the Michigan DNR and the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency offer a Fireworks-Free Fourth of July camping option at several Michigan state parks? It's a chance for veterans, pet owners and other visitors to have the opportunity to camp farther away from traditional community firework displays.
According to the Michigan DNR website, the Fireworks-Free Fourth of July state parks include:
- Bewabic State Park (Iron County)
- Brighton Recreation Area-Bishop Lake Campground (Livingston County)
- Cheboygan State Park (Cheboygan County)
- Craig Lake State Park (Baraga County)
- Hayes State Park (Lenawee County)
- Lake Hudson Recreation Area (Lenawee County)
- Leelanau State Park (Leelanau County)
- Rifle River Recreation Area (Ogemaw County)
- Sleepy Hollow State Park (Clinton County)
- Tippy Dam Recreation Area (Manistee County)
- Wells State Park (Menominee County)
Fireworks-Free Fourth of July camping dates are July 2nd thru the 6th and camping reservations can be made up to six months in advance. Click here to find out more.
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