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7835 E. Price Road Recreation Passport Required: Yes
Laingsburg, MI 48848-9438 Approximate Size: 2678 (Acres)
Phone Number: (517) 651-6217 Unit Map
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Boat RentalCross Country Skiing
Disc GolfEquestrian
FishingFishing in the Parks
Metal DetectingMichigan State Park Explorer Program
Mountain BikingPaddlesports
Barrier-free FacilitiesBeach
Beach HouseBoat Launch
Concession/ StoreElectrical Service
Group Use AreaModern Restrooms
Picnic AreaPicnic Shelter
Sanitation Station
Sleepy Hollow-Group Youth Area
(517) 651-6217
0 site(s), Contact the park
Group Use Area, Rustic Site
Sleepy Hollow-Modern
(800) 447-2757
181 site(s), $20
Electrical Service, Modern Restrooms
Sleepy Hollow-Modern Cabin
(800) 447-2757
1 site(s), $96, $86 (off-season)
Biking, Disc Golf, Electrical Service, Fishing, Hiking, Modern Restrooms, Paddlesports, Picnic Area, Swimming
Sleepy Hollow-Hiking Trail
Trail Length: 16.00 (Miles)
Cross Country Skiing, Fishing, Hiking, Mountain Biking
Sleepy Hollow-Horse Trail
Trail Length: 10.20 (Miles)
Dog Sledding, Equestrian
Sleepy Hollow State Park contains over 2,600 acres including a river winding its way through the woods, fields and trails. Lake Ovid nestled in the middle of it all was developed by damming the Little Maple River and covers 410-acres. The park offers year-round opportunity for recreation.

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Things to see and do around Sleepy Hollow
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Sleepy Hollow State Park, located in Clinton County 20 minutes north of Lansing, contains more than 2,600 acres and is situated on Price Road off from US-27 near St. Johns and Laingsburg. A river winds its way through the woods and fields of the park, and Lake Ovid is nestled in the middle of it all. Lake Ovid, covering 410-acres, was developed by damming the Little Maple River. The park offers year-round opportunity for recreation.

More than 228 species have been recorded in Sleepy Hollow, from the common Blue Jay to the Eastern Bluebird. During migration, look for waterfowl in Lake Ovid. The rarely recorded Bonaparte's Gull or Bald Eagle also have been sighted.

In addition to the activities listed above, snowshoeing is a popular activity at Sleepy Hollow State Park. Sleepy Hollow State Park is also active in Green Initiatives.

Click here for information on Friends of Sleepy Hollow

View information on the proposed trail expansion at Sleepy Hollow State Park

Make a Tax Deductible Donation to Sleepy Hollow State Park


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