Bay County Pinconning Park

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Bay County Pinconning Park



Things To Do

Wildlife Watching
Bird Watching
Winter Sports


Pinconning Park offers a variety of seasonal activities. Bird watchers flock to our 206 acres nature preserve to observe a wide variety of bird species, including migrating waterfowl. Take your time to enjoy the view of all of the wildlife from a vantage point high above the forest floor on one of two observation towers within the nature preserve. The fall duck and goose hunting season also attracts visitors from near and far to the Saginaw Bay, and the Pinconning shoreline. The Saginaw Bay is well known for its spectacular summer walleye and perch fishing. The spring and fall seasons are incredible times for fishing, as many species including perch, bass, pike, crappie, bluegill, and catfish move into the shallow waters. There are two playground areas in the day-use area. Enjoy a family picnic while the children are busy playing on the swings. Hotdogs, burgers, or the fresh catch of the day can be cooked on one of the many BBQ grills spread throughout the day-use area. Prolific first and last ice fishing is available right off of the park shoreline. Many winter visitors bring their ATV's, or snowmobiles to access mid-winter perch and walleye. Our heated cabins are waiting for you, reserve a cabin today.

Map of Bay County Pinconning Park

Latitude, Longitude: 43.860001, -83.930000