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Mackinac Island State Park Fort Mackinac ~ Located on Mackinac Island, the park encompasses 2.81 miČ which is approximately 74% of the island's total area. Facilities include biking, swimming, hiking, concession, equetrian, visitor center, picnic area and playground.

Maybury State Park ~ 944 acre state park in Northville Township, Michigan. Facilities include cross country sking, hiking, biking, fishing, mountain biking, equestrian, picnic shelter and playground.

McLain State Park ~ Located on the Keweenaw Peninsula, in the Copper Country on M-203 halfway between Hancock and Calumet.. Facilities include fishing, hunting, cross country skiing, hiking, picnic shelter, lighthouse, playground and camping.

Mears State Park ~ 50 acre state park in Pentwater, Michigan. Facilities include fishing, metal detecting, hiking, snowmobiling, picnic shelter, camping, concession and playground
Milliken State Park ~ 31 acre state park on the shores of the Detroit River. Located near downtown Detroit, William G. Milliken State Park and Harbor is the first urban state park in the Michigan State Parks system. Activities include fishing, modern restrooms, picnic area.

Meridian-Baseline State Park ~ 88 acre landlocked area contains the intersection of the principal meridian and the baseline used for the Michigan Survey, which is marked with a small monument. Facilities: The park is not accessible to the public, but is being preserved for its historic value.

Mitchell State Park ~ 334 acre state park in Cadillac, Michigan located between Lake Mitchell and Lake Cadillac. Facilities include boat launch, fishing, cross country skiing, hiking, swimming, picnic shelter, visitor center, playground and camping.

Muskallonge Lake State Park ~ 217 acre park located 28 miles northwest of Newberry in Luce County. The park is situated between the shores of Lake Superior and Muskallonge Lake. Facilities include boat launch, hiking, snowmobiling, fishing, swimming, camping, picnic area, and playground

Muskegon State Park ~ 1233 acre state park along Lake Michigan and Muskegon Lake near North Muskegon in Muskegon County. Facilities include cross country skiing, fishing, hiking, boat launch, metal detecting, swimming, picnic area, playground, camping and luge.
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