Places to stay in Caseville, Michigan
There are 13 accommodations listed in Caseville
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Sunset Bay Resort - Listed under Caseville Motels, located approximately 2.20km away.
The Bella Vista and Sunset Bay Resort is a beautiful lakefront resort with 700 feet of private sandy beach, 2 heated outdoor pools, Jet Ski, Jet Boat, and Pontoon Rentals, swing set, charcoal grills, fire pits throughout, restaurant and lounge, music and dancing, entertainment, large game room with pool table, video games, Keno, Pull Tab and more. [ More details ]
Listed under Caseville Campsites, located approximately 0.45km away.
Caseville County Park is situated on 40 acres, boasting 65 water & electric sites, 67 full-hookup & 72 mobile homes sites. The park is home to one of the nicest beaches in the county. Boat launches are available at the nearby marina, as is fishing at Caseville Pier. Open April 15 thru Oct. 31 [ More details ]
Listed under Caseville Motels, located approximately 1.44km away.
Clean, quiet oriented family motel, on Saginaw Bay. 4 motel rooms, 2 efficiencies, all have air conditioning, showers, satellite TV. Motel rooms have refrigerator, coffeepot, 2 double beds. Efficiencies have refrigerator, microwave, kitchen equipment. Private sandy beach. [ More details ]
Listed under Caseville Cottages / Cabins, located approximately 2.55km away.
This year instead of staying in a cramped motel, why not stay in a two bedroom vacation home and enjoy all the comforts and amenities that one of our wonderful cabins offers, just a short walk from the beach and less than a mile from downtown. [ More details ]
Listed under Caseville Campsites, located approximately 3.32km away.
Seven state boating access sites, one state dock and several public fishing piers are located within a short drive from the park. Saginaw Bay provides excellent perch, walleye, salmon and lake trout fishing. The nearby Pigeon and Pinnebog Rivers and the shoreline of Saginaw Bay are available for canoeists. Those using the hiking and cross-country trails also have access to 2,200 acres of the adjacent Rush Lake State Game Area, an area of forests and wetlands populated by many types of ..... [ More details ]