Spotlight on Caseville

Have you been to Caseville yet?  What are you waiting for?  There's much going on! Let's hit a few highlights; if you are looking for more information on Caseville check out the City's website.

riverside 2.0.jpg

Riverside 2.0 is being re-built and is scheduled to open in 2018. This business was completely destroyed in a fire in 2016 but is being rebuilt bigger and better than ever.  Check out their facebook page for updates and pictures.  Riverside 2.0 Facebook Page.

Join Caseville for their Annual Shanty Days in February.  You can even jump in the lake, and then warm up in the warming tent provided.  They have lots of activities and this year's date is February 16-18, 2018.  For a full schedule of events check out the Caseville Chamber's Website, they also have their full calendar of events listed and things to do in Caseville. 

Cheeseburger+in+Caseville+Festival (1).jpg

Another big event in Caseville is their Annual Cheeseburger Festival! This event lasts two weeks and boasts the Parade of Tropic Fools, which is full of tropical floats and cheeseburgers!  This year's events is August 10-19, 2018. Book those hotels and campgrounds early, they fill up fast for this incredibly popular event.  Click here for a full list of hotels and campgrounds.  Be sure to check out this tropical adventure!!

One new development in Caseville is the Pointe Park: 

Caseville is in motion on a project to develop a new park at the breakwall in town. A key highlight of the new Pointe Park development focuses on handicap accessibility. The new park project is to include a 10-foot long sidewalk for handicap accessible fishing, a handicap accessible kayak and canoe launch, and an additional handicap accessible walkway out to the front of the boardwalk on the beach side. Other improvements include a paved parking lot, hardwired LED lighting along the breakwall, in addition to some improvements to the bathrooms. The installation of a new seawall at the edge of the Pigeon River is also in the plans. When Pointe Park is complete, it will be featured as a location on the Thumb Heritage Water Trail and will include the first handicap accessible kayak launch in the county. The new Pointe Park project is being funded by a $296,000 Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund Grant and $104,000 from the City of Caseville and is anticipated to be completed by June 1, 2018.

Let's highlights a few of the businesses! Are you a book worm? We have a place for you; Caseville Books and Gifts has new owners and is open for business. Check out the newspaper article on the transition and their facbook page for information.  

Lemontree Marketplace has gifts and antiques for you to explore.  For casual decor, gifts and gourmet pantry check out Cottage Outtfitters.  If you are looking for that "must-have" Caseville apparel, LeBlanc's, is the place to go!  Please keep in mind these businesses may only be open seasonally, so you can always come visit us next summer, as well.