Michigan County Map

Michigan is a state located in the Great Lakes region of the United States, and is divided into 83 counties.
Michigan County Map Keweenaw Houghton Ontonagon Gogebic Iron Baraga Dickinson Marquette Menominee Delta Alger Schoolcraft Luce Mackinac Chippewa Emmet Cheboygan Presque Isle Alpena Montmorency Otsego Charlevoix Antrim Grand Traverse Leelanau Benzie Kalkaska Crawford Oscoda Alcona Iosco Ogemaw Roscommon Missaukee Wexford Manistee Mason Lake Osecola Clare Gladwin Arenac Bay Mildland Isabella Mecosta Oceana Newaygo Muskegon Montcalm Gratiot Saginaw Tuscola Huron Sanilac Ottawa Kent Ionia Clinton Shiawassee Genesee Lapeer St. Clair   County Name Population Area (sq mi..)  Lake County 11333 567.44  Lapeer County 87904 654.2  Leelanau County 21119 348.47  Lenawee County 98890 750.5  Livingston County 156951 568.4  Luce County 7024 903.08  Mackinac County 11943 1021.58  Macomb Oakland Livingston Ingham Eaton Barry Allegan Van Buren Kalamazoo Calhoun Jackson Washtenaw Wayne Monroe Lenawee Hillsdale Branch St. Joseph Cass Berrien Canada map Indiana county map Ohio county map Iillinois county map Iowa county map Minnesota county map Wisconsin-county map
Description: Michigan County Map showing the all the 83 counties in Michigan state of USA. Disclaimer

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About Counties of Michigan

Prominent Michigan Counties

The state of Michigan is segregated into 83 counties, which are further segregated into townships and cities for better governance. Lansing is the capital of the state of Michigan. Each county is efficiently administered from their respective county seats. Though Lansing is the state capital, yet Detroit is the largest and also one of the most prominent cities of the state. Prominent counties of the state are Wayne County, Oakland County, Keweenaw County, Ingham County, Eaton County, Allegan County, and Ottawa County.

Wayne County
One of the most prominent and also the largest county of the state is the Wayne County. With the population of 1,820,584, Wayne County is home to Detroit, its county seat and also the largest city of Michigan. Detroit itself boasts of innumerable tourist attractions. No visit is long enough to enjoy the splendor of this amazing city. The State of Michigan Park, also known as the Belle Isle Park, offers something interesting for all nature lovers, fitness freaks, history and architecture experts, and athletes.

Fort Wayne, the historic site which was once used by the US Army is another attraction to look forward to. Founded in the year 1965, the Wright Museum is also a must-see attraction in the city. It is the world’s biggest institution solely dedicated to African-American history and culture. One can be entertained by various events like concerts, lectures, film screenings, performances and many other things all committed to the African-American culture, which are organized at the museum. Another interesting museum is the Detroit Institute of Arts, which exhibits one of the most significant art collections in the US. Apart from all the above various other places like the Detroit riverfront, Detroit Opera House, Fox Theatre, Joe Lois Arena, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Renaissance Center, Science Center, and the most prominent Ford Field, are the major attractions of the city.

Though the state of Michigan is a diversified economy, it is popularly known for being the center of the automotive industry of US, since it is home to the nation’s three primary automobile companies, namely, General Motors, Ford Motor Company, and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, all of whose headquarters are located in the Detroit area.

Ingham County
Lansing, which is the capital of Michigan, is part of the notable Ingham County. The county which has around 280,895 people, with the county seat as Mason, owns around 90% of the capital of the state. The major tourist attractions in the county are Potter Park Zoo, Munn Ice Arena, Spartan Stadium, Lansing Center, Dodge Mansion, Red Cedar River, Lake Lansing, and St. Mary Cathedral.

Oakland County
The second most populated county of Michigan is the Oakland County, with a population of around 1.2 million and it gets its name from its oak orchards. The county seat of Oakland is Pontiac. One can explore various options like camping, cross-country skiing, and hiking in the county. There exist many recreational areas in the county for such activities. Few of which are Highland Recreational Area, West Bloomfield Trail and Huron Meadows Metropark. Other prominent tourist attractions in the county are the Detroit Zoo, Meadow Brook Hall, Holocaust Memorial Center, Chrysler Museum, Congregation Shaarey Zedek, and Maybury State Park.

Keweenaw County
Keweenaw is the largest county in the state by area, with an area of 5,966 square miles and has a population of just 2,156. The county seat of Keweenaw is Eagle River. Mount Bohemia, Brockway Mountain Drive, Edisen Fishery, and Windigo Ranger Station are the major tourist attractions in the county. The county also has quite a few lighthouses to look out for, like Passage Island Light, Sand Hills Light, Rock Harbor Light, and Isle Royale Light.

Alger County
Alger County has an area of around 5,049 square miles and a population of 9,601, with the county seat being Munising. The Pickle Barrel House, Paulson House, Hiawatha National Forest, Memorial Falls, Munising Falls and Miners Falls, are few of the famous attractions in the county.

Eaton County
The Eaton County with an area of 579 square miles and a population of 107,759 people, has Charlotte as the county seat. It has the Blake’s Opera House, Lansing Symphony Orchestra, Lansing Art Gallery, and Lansing river Trail as some of the famous tourist spots.


List of Counties in Michigan

County NamePopulation (2016)Area (sq. mi.)
Alcona County10,352674.43
Alger County9,219917.83
Allegan County115,548827.46
Alpena County28,704574.15
Antrim County23,144476.94
Arenac County15,122366.84
Baraga County8,503904
Barry County59,702556.14
Bay County104,747444.25
Benzie County17,572321.31
Berrien County154,010571
Branch County43,427507.41
Calhoun County134,386708.72
Cass County51,599492.18
Charlevoix County26,174416.84
Cheboygan County25,401715.6
Chippewa County37,7241561.06
Clare County30,358566.8
Clinton County77,888571.46
Crawford County13,744558.12
Delta County36,2021170.03
Dickinson County25,535766.34
Eaton County109,160576.41
Emmet County33,182467.82
Genesee County408,615639.64
Gladwin County25,122506.8
Gogebic County15,2431101.86
Grand traverse County92,084465.07
Gratiot County41,202570.13
Hillsdale County45,774598.84
Houghton County36,5551011.72
Huron County31,481836.52
Ingham County288,051559.19
Ionia County64,232573.21
Iosco County25,327549.11
Iron County11,1951166.36
Isabella County71,282574.27
Jackson County158,460706.6
Kalamazoo County261,654561.86
Kalkaska County17,263561.02
Kent County642,173856.17
Keweenaw County2,199540.97
County NamePopulation (2016)Area (sq. mi.)
Lake County11,496567.44
Lapeer County88,340654.2
Leelanau County21,765348.47
Lenawee County98,504750.5
Livingston County188,624568.4
Luce County6,358903.08
Mackinac County10,8201021.58
Macomb County867,730480.44
Manistee County24,373543.61
Marquette County66,4351821.05
Mason County28,876495.17
Mecosta County43,221555.69
Menominee County23,2811043.52
Midland County83,462521.19
Missaukee County15,102566.75
Monroe County149,208551.1
Montcalm County62,974708.04
Montmorency County9,173547.63
Muskegon County173,408509.12
Newaygo County47,938842.37
Oakland County1,243,970872.51
Oceana County26,027540.46
Ogemaw County20,904564.3
Ontonagon County5,9111311.53
Osceola County23,110565.98
Oscoda County8,264565
Otsego County24,470514.54
Ottawa County282,250565.65
Presque Isle County12,762660.07
Roscommon County23,700521.4
Saginaw County192,326808.93
St. Clair County159,587724.37
St. Joseph County60,853503.72
Sanilac County41,409963.8
Schoolcraft County8,0011178.11
Shiawassee County68,554538.73
Tuscola County53,338812.43
Van Buren County75,223610.86
Washtenaw County364,709709.94
Wayne County1,749,366614.15
Wexford County33,163565.49

Last Updated Date: August 01, 2020