Harbor Springs Deer Park

4.4141 Votes
  • Address: 170 Zoll St, Harbor Springs, MI 49740, USA, 49740, United States
  • Phone: +1-2315262104
  • Tags: Park, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot, Landmarks, Parks

The Harbor Springs Deer Park is a charming park nestled on the Zoll street of Harbor Springs. The park houses many rescued deer and the deer roam free in their habitat. You can also organize picnics in the area. You can also spot deer in the nearby forest. The Harbor Springs Deer Park is a popular tourist attraction in Harbor Springs.

  • Harbor Springs Deer Park Address: 170 Zoll St, Harbor Springs, MI 49740, USA, 49740, United States
  • Harbor Springs Deer Park Contact Number: +1-2315262104
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  • 95% of people who visit Harbor Springs include Harbor Springs Deer Park in their plan

  • 44.44% of people start their Harbor Springs Deer Park visit around 10 AM - 11 AM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Harbor Springs Deer Park

Friday, Saturday and Sunday

88.89% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Harbor Springs Deer Park

People normally club together Meadowgate Nature Preserve and Zoll Street Beach while planning their visit to Harbor Springs Deer Park.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Harbor Springs Deer Park Reviews & Ratings

  • This park is a wonderful spot for a picnic. Close to the water and bathrooms available. The deer ate always fun to watch as well.

  • This is weird. I'm not sure if this is under construction but there was no signage other than a memorial. Why are these deer stuck in this cage? Seems pretty cruel unless there's a back story. Are they rescued?

  • This is a nice quick stop to bring your kids too. You get to see deer, I believe there were 7 or 8 deer walking around. We were there at about 1pm. We were the only people there. They dont have anybody or any rules posted to alert you on what you can or cannot do.

  • Lovely, underated park! there are plenty of shady spots as well as open sun. The grass is nice and lush. I love it

  • I used to come here with my dad when I was little. That was 28 years ago!! So glad this is still here for my kids and my nieces and nephews to enjoy.

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