Muskegon State Park


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Muskegon State Park


Location:In Muskegon County, 4 miles west of North Muskegon via the M-120 exit off US 31.
Facilities:244 modern campsites, 2 mini-cabins, organization campground (8 sites), picnic area and shelter (é), playground, hiking/ski trails (12 miles), luge run, beach house (é), lighted boat launch (é), fishing pier (é).
Activities:Camping, boating, fishing, swimming, hiking, cross-country skiing, wildlife viewing, interpretive programs.
Special Features:Park features more than 2 miles of sandy dune beach on Lake Michigan and more than 1 mile of frontage on Muskegon Lake, as well as a luge run and lighted ski trails. Attractions near the park include Michigan Adventure amusement park and the USS Silversides, a World War II submarine that is open for tours.
Address:3560 Memorial Dr
North Muskegon, MI 49445

Phone:231-744-3480
Web: www.michigandnr.com/parksandtrails/ParksandTrailsInfo.aspx?id=475
Size: 1,165 acres.

See other parks in Michigan.
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Naturalists at Muskegon State Park report that hues are 100 percent developed there.
AAA's survey of state parks and regional visitor bureaus shows most areas past peak, but with vibrant red, orange and yellow hues still to be found at Blandford Nature Center in Grand Rapids, Ludington State Park, Muskegon State Park, Lakeport State Park in Port Huron and Seven Lakes State Park in Holly.
Coverage ranges from 60 to 90 percent at Muskegon State Park and the Blandford Nature Center in Grand Rapids.