Caseville is the home of one of Michigan's most popular beaches. The Scenic drive along M-25 to this Western Thumb Area offers a clear view of Saginaw Bay, its islands and several roadside parks and turnouts. The friendly community of Caseville features fine restaurants, camping and a quaint downtown shopping area. Our Harbor of Refuge and great boating facilities brings anglers to the area in search of walleye, perch, trout and more. Discover the beauty of sunsets on Saginaw Bay, beautiful sandy beaches, swimming, sunbathing, personal watercrafts, water skiing, modern camping areas, hiking, great fishing, sailing, golfing, hunting, amusement center and more, await you in Caseville.
Caseville, originally known as Port Elizabeth, is located at the mouth of the Pigeon River on Saginaw Bay. It was settled in 1836 by Reuben Dodge, with lumbering as its early industry along with ship building and salt manufacturing. Caseville is home to over 2,700 residents in its village and township boundaries. Served by an excellent K-12 school district and local government that truly cares about the needs of its residents. A medical center and nearby hospitals serve the health needs of the community. A volunteer fire department and full time police services help residents and visitors enjoy the safety and security of small town living.