Traverse City State Park
__truncato_root__>All you city-dwelling nature seekers out there will no doubt appreciate Traverse City State Park’s two-mile proximity to the action of one of Michigan’s most bumpin’ resort towns. Brushing up against the Grand Traverse Bay, which provides this beautiful park with a ¼ mile of shoreline, this 47-acre urban escape is home to a National Cherry Festival and self-guided tours of fall tones, and near to wineries and casinos that can sure make for a memorable stay. Year-round camping with heated restrooms (Really? Yes!), this former home of the Ottaway branch of the Algonquin Indians now welcomes folks like you to enjoy the essence of the Great Outdoors.
Activities in the park
1 campground in Traverse City State Park
Lean back in your seat at the picnic table, dry your swimsuit by the glow of the fire pit, and you’ll completely forget you’re only two miles from the buzz of downtown Traverse City. And hey, if creature comforts are your thing, never fear. Heated commodes and homey cabins will keep you cozy at this beach-front site. Read more...