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Muskegon State Park, Michigan

Sand dunes and good tunes are waiting for you on the the shores of Lake Michigan’s Muskegon State Park. Just four miles west of North Muskegon, lies the unrivaled gorgeous lake. Enjoy the park for Read more...
Sand dunes and good tunes are waiting for you on the the shores of Lake Michigan’s Muskegon State Park. Just four miles west of North Muskegon, lies the unrivaled gorgeous lake. Enjoy the park for just the day or extend your stay and set up camp like a champ! Choose from three large modern campsites or live large and rent a yurt. Muskegon is famous for hiking in the summers and prime skiing in the snowy months. Visitors can hit the lake and launch boats for fishing or cruisin’. Swim in the waters or lay out on the beach. Hit the trails and get your hike and bike on. There are playground for the youngn’s or your most childlike buddy and picnic shelters for starlit barbeques and good times in the making. Be warned—a no alcohol rule is in effect, bring your own good vibes.
Muskegon-South Channel Campground
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