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About Lake Michigan Campground at Muskegon State Park
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Access
Drive In
Walk In
Boat In
Features
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Location
Lake Michigan Campground at Muskegon State Park is located in Michigan
Latitude
43.262 N
Longitude
-86.356 W
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24 Reviews of Lake Michigan Campground at Muskegon State Park
Beautiful!

One of my favorite campgrounds. Lake access, clean, has activities for my daughter. We'll be back!!

Wind in your hair, sand in your feet!

The Muskegon state park shares a beautiful scenery that is over all amazing tovwake up to in the morning, or even just visit while passing through Muskegon down the coast of Michigan!

Great state park on the lake

Great state park with clean beach access! This park is nice with wooded spots for privacy and trails to explore. Staff were helpfull. Don't forget to check out the submarine when visiting Muskegon. Happy adventuring!

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Muskegon State Park - Lake Michigan Campground

This was our second time Camping at Muskegon State Park. The first time we camped at the Channel Campground (not so great), and this time we camped at the Lake Michigan Campground. This campground was easily the better of the two. Tons of tall trees, HUGE campsites with electrical hookups, picnic tables, and fire-rings. I believe you're allowed to have up to 6 people per-site, and you would have no problem fitting everyone. There were clean restrooms and private showers. There are steps that lead straight from the campground to a small beach right on Lake Michigan. Firewood & ice are sold at the campground office, and there's also a small privately owned ice-cream shop at the north end of the campground that sells wood & ice.

There's a boat ramp right down the road at Snug Harbor, and the fishing is great. It's also just a short drive to a canoe/kayak launch on the Muskegon river. The downtown area is about a 20-25 minute drive around the lake, but it has some cool military museums including a WW2 submarine and a transport ship that was used in D-Day. Also, two pretty solid breweries.

Although we were there in the summer, this campground is right across the street from Muskegon's Winter Sports Park. The park has cross-country skiing trails, a permanent luge track, a roller-luge track, and i think an ice skating track through the woods. We're looking forward to taking a winter trip up here to give everything a try!