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Muskegon Beaches & Dunes

Michigan's parks provide scenic places to play and relax. The sandy beaches along Lake Michigan are among the finest beaches in the U.S. We are known for an abundance of city and county parks that offer beautiful beaches, sand dunes, spectacular views, nature trails and much more!

Muskegon State Park

Muskegon State Park

"Over 1,165 acres on Lake Michigan and Muskegon Lake. Sun bathing, swimming, picnicking, fishing, boat launch, ice fishing. Twelve miles of marked and groomed hiking trails, with five miles (8 kilometers) lighted for all levels of cross-country skiers. Trail maps. Replica of an historic fort blockhouse overlooking Lake Michigan and sand dunes."
Location: Muskegon, Mi.
Phone: 231.744.3480
Pere Marquette Park

Pere Marquette Park

"Pere Marquette contains large expanse of public sandy beach bordered on the north by the Muskegon Channel. Park is the northern most end of 2.5 miles of City-owned Lake Michigan frontage."
Location: Muskegon, Mi.
Phone: 231.724.6704
Kruse Park

Kruse Park

"Norman F. Kruse Park has about one mile of Lake Michigan Beach, with breathtaking views of Lake Michigan. This is the major picnic area with 4 picnic shelters and an accessible ramp to the beach and into the dunes."
Location: North Muskegon, Mi.
Phone: 231.724.6704
Duck Lake State Park

Duck Lake State Park

"Duck Lake State Park is a day-use park, featuring a towering sand dune; the park stretches from the northern shore of Duck Lake to Lake Michigan. Fishing, hiking, swimming and picnicking, are just some of the activities in this beautiful park."
Location: Muskegon, Mi.
Phone: 231.744.3480
PJ Hoffmaster State Park

PJ Hoffmaster State Park

"The park includes 1100 acre of land including 3 miles of sand beach on the lake. There are ten miles of hiking trails, including the Dune Climb Stairway on the tallest dune."
Location: Norton Shores, Mi.
Phone: 231.798.3711

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