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Ber-Wa-Ga-Na Campgrounds
Berwagana provides RV Campsites with over 67 acres to enjoy jogging, swimming, hiking, biking, basketball, or just a relaxing morning walk
Beyer Road Bridge Access
Follow wood steps from parking area to water's edge. Site includes cnic tables, pedestrian historic bridge, scenic views of river, and fishing from the river bank.
Beyer Trestle Pedestrian Bridge Info
Bray Road Bridge Info
Bridgeport Info
Bridgeport Waste Water Plant Info
Caine Road Bridge Info
Camp Kiwanis
Youth camp comprising over 66 acres along the Cass River. Provides year-round camping opportunities for youth groups throughout the area. The camp features a natural setting with three cabins and several tent camping.
Cass River Covered Bridge Info
Cass River Hazard  - Fork in River Info
Cass River Hazard  - Rapids Info
Cass River Hazard  - Stay Right Info
Cass River Hazard - Rock Ramp Info
Cass River Pedestrian Bridge Info
Cass River Transmission Line 1 Info
Cass River Transmission Line 9 Info
Cass River Transmission Lines 2 Info
Cass River Transmission Lines 3 Info
Cass River Transmission Lines 4 Info
Cass River Transmission Lines 5 Info
Cass River Transmission Lines 6 Info
Cass River Transmission Lines 7 Info
Cass River Transmission Lines 8 Info
Davis Park Info
Davis Park Access
Universally accessible floating dock system with paved walkway facilities: Pavilion with picnic tables, grills, & playground. Restrooms available
Dehmel Road Bridge Info
Dixie Highway Bridge Info
Downtown Frankenmuth
Gravel ramp/walkway from the parking lot to the river, natural entrance into the river. This launch shaped with rocks offers paddlers unique views of downtown Frankenmuth and the rock ramp.
E Huron Ave Bridge in Downtown Vassar Info
Frankenmuth Heritage Park
This access site features a universally accessible floating dock, which is perfect for all ages and abilities.
Frankenmuth Kayak Adventures Info
Frankenmuth Rest Stop Dock Info
Frankenmuth Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park
Offers Cabins, Cottages, RV Campsites, and Rustic Tent Sites
Gazebo and RV Riverside Parks Info
Gunzenhausen Walkway Info
Heritage Park Info
Hoffman Community Park Info
Hoffman Community Park Access
Universally accessible floating dock system with paved walkway facilities:
Lyle Park Info
M-13 / E Road Bridge Info
M-13 Cass River Boat Launch
Paved Boat Launch - This access site is an entrance way into the Shiawassee National Wildlife Refuge and Shiawassee and Saginaw Rivers
M-46 Bridge Access
Rustic trail to geo-mat/gravel launch at water’s edge
M-46 Cass River Roadside Park Info
Memorial Park Info
Memorial Park Boat Launch
Paved launch for trailered boats and various bank options for canoes/kayaks facilities: Picnic areas, 40-acre park
Railroad Bridge Info
Railroad Bridge south of Vassar Info
Railroad Trestle Brige Info
Riverside Park Info
Riverside Park / Campground Access
Natural grass bank to the water’s edge with carry-in access
S Main Street Bridge Info
Saginaw Info
Sheridan Road Bridge Info
Shiawassee National Wildlife Refuge Info
Sivak's Cass River Boat and Tube Rental Info
State Street Historic Bridge
Built in 1906, this historic truss bridge was restored and converted to a pedestrian bridge in 2015.200
T-North Pavilion Info
Tuscola Info
Tuscola Township Access
Gravel pathway with concrete at the water’s edge. Perfect location for paddlers looking to adventure down 5 miles of the Cass River to Frankenmuth. This launch is a gentle slope pathway right to the water.
Tuscola Township Park Info
US-23 Bridge Info
Vassar Info
Vassar Canoe and Kayak Launch
oncrete accessible path with steps at the water’s edge. Just one block off M-15, this developed launch is perfect for beginners. Boasting several nearby amenities, this site offers paddlers a rural feel with small town services.
Vassar Railroad Bridge Info
Vassar Riverside Park/Campground
The park is located on Cass Avenue, north of M-15 and borders the Cass River. The park consists of ten sites with individual electricity (30 AMP) hook ups. A public water source is available for use in the park.
Vassar State Game Area Info
Wesleyan Woods Camp
Wesleyan Woods offers both modern (RV) and rustic (tent) camp sites, cabins, restrooms, showers, a camp store, and canoe and kayak trips on the river. Canoe trips usually start just west of Caro and end at the campground.
Wesleyan Woods Canoe and Kayak Trips Info
Wickes Park Info
Wickes Park Access
Concrete & asphalt ramp, but blocked off for trailered boats, this is the end of the Cass River Water Trail