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Caseville, Michigan - 48725


Caseville, Michigan

Caseville, Michigan

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In 1836, Ruben Dodge, a hunter and trapper from Maine, settled here with his family. It first became known as the Pigeon River Settlement. It was renamed Port Elizabeth or Elizabethtown for the wife of William Rattle who represented the interests here of Leonard Case, a large landowner. It was renamed Caseville in 1856 when Francis Crawford bought 20,000 acres in and around the village from Mr Case.

Caseville is located on Saginaw Bay at the mouth of the Pigeon River in Michigan's Upper Thumb and is famous for its incredible fishing and boating. Beautiful sandy beaches, a marina facility, quaint shops, restaurants and motels make Caseville a favorite for residents and vacationers alike.

There are two village parks in Caseville with tennis courts, horseshoe pits, playground equipment, a baseball field and restroom facilities. During the winter season, an ice skating rink is also available. Caseville's County Park and Sleeper State Park both offer full camping facilities and beach sites. Other activities in the community include go-carts, giant slide and putt-putt golf.


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