I don’t know why this campground isn’t more popular! The sites are big and secluded. We were there during a holiday weekend and it was calm and quiet. It is very close to Huron Sunrise bike trail so it is a popular biking spot. It has a beautiful Lake Huron beach which was pretty deserted when we were there. I highly recommend Hoeft to anyone who will listen to me!
Make reservations early! This is a beautiful state park with the best of pure Michigan woods and Lake Huron sandy dunes and beaches . Very family and pet friendly but also quiet and peaceful for couples who just wanna get away . Only drawback is low signal cell service but hey getting off the grid is what’s its all about. Unplug and recharge yourself. Electric hook up availability 20/30 amp . Hiking and biking paths , a cute play ground , sandy beach with volleyball area all walking distance from campsites! Friendly staff , we love this park !
Beautiful area clean camp ground
Located on Michigan’s sunrise side, Hoeft State Park offers a unite getaway for tent campers and RV campers alike. Many trees for hammocking! Short trek across sandy dunes brings you to the beach of Lake Huron. Shallow in parts for the kids but deep enough to snorkel for pudding stones. Rock hounds will slight in the fossil, Petoskeys and puddings along the shoreline. Excellent paved bike trail takes you to town or north to the lighthouse. Campground has excellent activities for the kids. Firewood for ale. Currently updating the electric and bathhouses.
This location is the definition of family friendly. The playscape, the dunes, the lake, all are easily accessible and centrally located. The staff are wonderfully engaging, and the sites and facilities are well maintained. If you don't want to fight the peak season crowds, plan a weekday trip and enjoy the seclusion!
Beautiful setting. there are tons of trails through beautiful deep woods that lead out to various points along the lake. great paved bike paths to Rogers City and up north. Campsites under #50 are beautiful & heavily canopied. campsite # above that tend to be set closer to noisy local highway and more open, grassy sites. this place is a little gem. lucked out with virtually no mosquitoes but think it’s been a dry summer here. lots of poison ivy, as usual up here.
Very clean and nice campground o. Lake Huron. Clean bathrooms. Some of the sites are not as deep as others. The lower numbered sites are closer to beach access. Great activities for kids, nice bike paths and hiking trails. Close to the only Falls in lower Michigan that are a must see!
I don’t know about the camper facilities, as we’ve only ever tent camped here. But I do know they have potable water and septic dumps for trailers and motor homes. It’s a very popular place in the summer, as it sets along the sandy beaches of Lake Huron. There’s a gorgeous old stone pavilion for larger parties or reunions, and plenty of camper spaces. It can get crowded and busy, but there are many trees and the sites are spaced far apart. There are special rustic sites away from the trailer and motor home sites. There is a little basketball court/floor hockey pad for kids, and a small playground, but not much else to do at the campground. However, for those who like hiking, there’s a beautiful little trail system and a bike path that stretches to miles from the harbor of Rogers City to the 40 Mile Point lighthouse a few miles north on US 23. There are restaurants, grocery stores, and gas stations in Rogers City, but the real draw is Lake Huron. It’s such a gorgeous stretch of shoreline with plenty of sandy beach and easy swimming access for hot summer days. If you come during the festival, be sure to get there a few days early!
Hoeft State park is absolutely beautiful. camp registration is quick and easy. they have a beautiful beach and sand dunes! clean facilities.