Top Five Chances To Act Like A Crazy Person In Caseville, MI

Ever just want to go a little crazy, but worry about what people might think of you? Well, in Caseville there are plenty of times when you can act as insane as you want and no one will even notice. There are times of the year in Caseville when it's actually normal to act a bit crazy in public. You won't be alone.

All Summer Long

Technically, for the entire summer you can pretty much get away with being crazy and having some extra fun. It's summertime in a beach town, so it just makes sense that some crazy stuff will go down. Try walking down the street like a zombie, or pretending to be a shark when you are swimming in Saginaw Bay. You may get a strange look or two, but most people probably won't even notice you.

Cheeseburger In Caseville

Cheeseburger in Caseville, in August, is one of the biggest festivals on the roster in Caseville, and in the whole county. It is a ten day festival that turns the town into one giant tourist attraction, with cheeseburgers at every corner and tons of fun events. It is the one time of the year when you can pretty much walk down the street with a drink in your hand (seriously). Getting drunk and disorderly is what people expect of you.

The Parade Of Fools

The Parade of Fools is part of the Cheeseburger in Caseville festival and happens on the Wednesday in the middle of it all. The floats and people in the parade toss beads and other goodies to the thousands of people watching the parade, and no one needs to flash any boobs (it's a family friendly event). Of course, you'll find drunks trying to beat little kids to the freebies being tossed.


Halloween is one time of the year where you can be crazy, and half naked, no matter where you are. Halloween in Caseville is no different. Dress up as crazy as you can and visit one of the local bars to work at winning at the costume contests.

Shanty Days

Shanty Days is a winter festival in Caseville for fishermen, and people that simple want to get "white girl wasted," according to the popular t-shirts offered by local niche store Cottage Outfitters. It's cold out, but it's a great festival, in late February, to help you get over your cabin fever, and get a little crazy in the snow.

Yvonne Stegall is a Michigan-based author and freelance writer who loves road trips, wildlife, and tourist traps. Learn more about Yvonne at her website.