Negwegon State Park

Negwegon State Park & Dark Sky Preserve

GPS: 44.865832, -83.327580
Distance from Alpena: 20 miles South of Alpena on US-23. US-23 S. to Black River Rd. Follow Black River Rd East for 1.5 miles, turn North on Sand Hill Rd. and go 2.5 miles, turn East at Negwegon State Park sign and go 1.5 miles to the day-use parking area.

On-site facilities: Vault toilet, back-country camping, artesian well. At Negwegon you can transport yourself back in time and hike through the wilds of Michigan, just as rugged and pristine as when the first settlers arrived in Northeast Michigan. Mysterious, remote, and undeveloped, Negwegon State Park is a hidden treasure with 10 miles of hiking trails and one of the most beautiful sandy beaches on Lake Huron. Negwegon is also one of the State of Michigan’s newest Dark Sky Preserves.

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