SEVEN LAKES STATE PARK PHOTOS
An endless variety of topography and ecosystems form the area called Seven Lakes. Its land was a combination of farmland, rolling hills and forests. About 230 acres of water with several miles of shoreline await the park user. Most areas of the park are open to hunting and species include deer, turkey, waterfowl, rabbit and squirrel. Bluegill, bass, pike, tiger muskie and catfish can be found in the various lakes to challenge anglers of all ages. A fishing pier is accessible for shore fishing.
Over six and a half miles of trails are clearly marked as a designated trail system taking visitors beside two lakes, a stream and numerous swamps and low swales. This trail system is used by hikers, cross country skiers, snowmobilers (when there is four or more inches of snow) and mountain bikers.
A development group originally purchased the land but they were unable to follow through with their plans and sold the land to the state in 1969. The dam, constructed by the developers, formed one large lake from seven small lakes, historically known as the DeCoup Lake hence the name Seven Lakes State Park.
PARK HOURS & FEES
TTY/TDD711 (Michigan Relay Center)
14390 Fish Lake Road
Holly, MI 48442
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