Cheboygan State Park - Cheboygan, Michigan USA
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Located on the Straits of Mackinac and near the mouth of the Cheboygan River the entry to Michigan's inland waterway, Cheboygan State Park has a long history with the Native Americans. Cheboygan State Park is an area with a rich history of adventurers, trappers, fur traders, missionaries, lumberjacks, fishermen. There are many many historical shipwrecks also in Lake Huron off shore.

Cheboygan State Park is located on the Straits of Mackinac, boasting scenic Lake Huron beachfront, views of historic lighthouse ruins, and a total of 932 recreational acres.
A variety of developed facilities are offered at the park. Day users rank among the highest visitation numbers flocking to the large picnic facilities adjacent to Duncan Bay Beach. This beach is a result of foresighted individuals (Federal Bureau of Outdoor Recreation) who in 1956 conducted a survey of Michigan's coastline for possible state park sites.
The Cheboygan Point Light is a historic structure was originally built in 1851 but harsh winter weather took its toll. By 1859 another lighthouse was built on the accompanying shoreline. It served as a beacon of hope for coastline mariners until 1930 at which time the lighthouse and the surrounding properties were conveyed to the State of Michigan.