Albert E. Sleeper State Park comprises 723 acres of forest, wetlands and sandy beach and dunes located on the Saginaw Bay of Lake Huron. Visitors can watch both sunrises and sunsets on the bay, relax in the shade and seclusion of the campground or roam the trails of the ancient dune forests. The park first opened as a county park in 1925. In 1927 the state acquired the property and called it Huron State Park. In 1944, the park was renamed in honor of Albert E. Sleeper, governor of Michigan (1917-1920) and resident of Huron County, who signed into law the statute that created the state park system.
More than four miles of maintained trails are available to those who wish to hike. These trails pass through a variety of habitats and are directly accessible from the campground. Vault toilets are available along the routes.
The outdoor center is available for school groups and other organizations that wish to provide young people an outdoor learning experience. It has a kitchen/dining hall building as well as several cabins and a toilet/shower building. Groups of up to 120 may rent the facility.
Vacant cabins may be rented by smaller groups or individuals who do not require the dining hall. Reservations for the Outdoor Center or its individual cabins are made by directly contacting the park.
From Bay City, exit I-75 at M-25, go E. 55 miles to park entrance (5 miles E. of Caseville). From Bad Axe, N. on M-53 10 miles, W. on Kinde Rd. 10 miles, N. on State Park Rd. 3.5 miles, and W. on M-25 short distance to park entrance.