Petoskey State Park


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Petoskey State Park


Location:In Emmet County, 1.5 miles north of Petoskey off US 31 on the north end of Little Traverse Bay.
Facilities:168 modern campsites (é), mini-cabins (é), organization campground, picnic area with a 1-mile beach, playground, beach house, hiking trails, paved bicycle path nearby (é).
Activities:Camping, swimming, hiking, cross-country skiing.
Special Features:Park is located on Little Traverse Bay and features a beautiful sandy beach. Old Baldy Trail, one of two trails that run through the park, includes a stairway that leads up a stable dune (Old Baldy), which is one of the park's attractions. The view of the bay from the top of this dune is spectacular. Park is also a great spot to hunt for Petoskey stones.
Address:2475 M-119 Hwy
Petoskey, MI 49712

Phone:231-347-2311
Web: www.michigandnr.com/parksandtrails/ParksandTrailsInfo.aspx?id=483
Size: 303 acres.

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"Every attorney office and every conference room stares out at Little Traverse Bay, and because we're on the third floor, it's kind of an unobstructed view of Harbor Springs and Petoskey State Park, practically all the way to Charlevoix, so it's a gorgeous view."