- Our list of the best things to do in Caseville, Michigan, features the top 5 nearby activities — including 2 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Caseville, MI has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Amusement, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 4 things to do within the city of Caseville, MI , followed by 2 popular activities in nearby cities, including Port Austin
A large park and campground spanning nearly four miles, Old Orchard Park lies alongside a large man-made lake. Visitors can fish and enjoy water activities, hike the nature trails, play on the playgrounds, or simply take in wilderness views.
100% 15 votes
3456 Patterson Rd, Bay City, MI MoreLess Info
With over 12,000 items on exhibit, the Dobson Antique Toy and Firehouse Museum shows a collection of unique antique toys. Exhibits include fire trucks, NASCAR vehicles, and the world's largest fire vehicle the Super Pumper fire apparatus.
An entertainment center started in 1989, Dutch Village Adventure Park features slick track race cars and a miniature golf course along with snack foods. Park visitors can also ride bumper boats and practice in the batting cages.
The Bay City State Recreation Area in Bay City is located on the Tobico Marsh freshwater coastal wetlands. It features a sandy each, meadows, cattail marshlands and oak savannah prairies with an amphitheater, beach house, picnic area and playground.
Carroll Park is a local favorite for walkers, runners, and recreation-seekers. The landscaping and scenery are expertly designed, and feel like home for many visitors. Views and fresh air are plentiful. Pavilions are available for hosting small gatherings.
The Lumberman's Monument is a 14 foot tall statue commemorating the area's rich history of lumberjacking. The monument features a visitor center that provides information about the industry and the surrounding area.
50% 2 votes
5761 N Skeel Road, Oscoda, MI 48750 MoreLess Info
Honoring Michigan's lumber industry history, the Lumberman's Monument Visitor Center features a memorial statue overlooking the Au Sable River, educational videos and displays, and hands-on activities. Guests can hike the trail to enjoy the view from the observation deck.