NORTH HIGGINS LAKE STATE PARK
North Higgins Lake located on what was once the world's largest seedling nursery, provides the variety of tree, plant, bird and animal species that make the park attractive for outdoor activities. Open all year for camping.
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
North Higgins Lake-East(800) 447-2757 82 site(s)Campsites with 50 amp Service, Electrical Service, Modern Restrooms
North Higgins Lake-West(800) 447-2757 92 site(s)Campsites with 50 amp Service, Electrical Service, Mini Cabin, Modern Restrooms
North Higgins Lake State Park is located near Roscommon
Eleven miles of marked hiking, biking and cross-country ski trails are adjacent to the park on state-forest managed land. The Upland Nature Trail includes a series of fitness stations.
North Higgins-Beaver Creek TrailTrail Length: 6.50 (Miles)Cross Country Ski, Hiking
North Higgins-Bosom Pines TrailTrail Length: 3.80 (Miles)Cross Country Ski, Hiking
North Higgins-Upland Nature TrailTrail Length: 1.50 (Miles)Cross Country Ski, Hiking
Eleven miles of marked hiking, biking and cross-country ski trails are adjacent to the park on state-forest managed land. Trails are groomed.
The Ralph A. MacMullan Conference Center is located adjacent to the park. This educational center serves state and federal agencies, educational groups and other nonprofit organizations in a natural setting away from the distractions of home and the work place. Visit the web site for additional information.
The Civilian Conservation Corps Museum documents the efforts to "put Americans back to work" during the Great Depression. The CCC enrolled more than 100,000 young Michigan men to perform a variety of a conservation and reforestation efforts. Between 1933 and 1942, the Michigan CCC planted 484 million trees, spend 140,000 days fighting forest fires and constructed 7,000 miles of truck trails, 504 bridges and 222 buildings. The DNR state park system still carries many examples of their work still in use today.Please check the DNR Calendar for upcoming events at this location and at all state parks and recreation areas.