Sleepy Hollow State Park, located 20 minutes north of Lansing, contains more than 2,700 acres and is situated on Price Road off US-127, near Laingsburg and south of St. Johns. The Little Maple River winds its way through the woods, fields and gentle rolling hills of the park while 410 acre Lake Ovid is nestled in the middle of it all. The park offers year-round opportunity for recreation.
Sleepy Hollow Trail Riders, in partnership with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, maintains over 15 miles of marked trail. The South Loop Trail was one of the first cart accessible trails in Michigan.
Here’s what you’ll find at Sleepy Hollow State Park…
Photos courtesy of Barb Drake