Welcome to the Muskegon County Parks web site!
Plan to visit one of Muskegon County's Parks on your next visit to Muskegon County. You can also check the Muskegon County Convention & Visitors Bureau web site to see what events and attractions are in the area during your stay.
If you're a Muskegon County resident, find out what's in your own "backyard."
Learn more about Muskegon County Parks as Commissioner Susie Hughes blogs about her tour of all the County Parks.
To lean more about a specific park, click on a Park link to the left side of this page, or scroll down for more general information that applies to all of the County Parks.
Click Here for the 2014 Recreation Plan Update (PDF)
Click Here for a map to all County Parks.
Muskegon County Board of Commissioners have set fees for activities and facilities to offset costs for operation, maintenance and improvement of the county parks. The Board of Commissioners establishes rates for campsites, lodges, shelters and permits annually.
Motor vehicle permits are required at Pioneer Park May 1 through September 30 and at Meinert and Twin Lake Park from Memorial Weekend through Labor Day. Permit options are daily and annual permits.
Currently most County Parks only accept cash and checks. Credit cards are only accepted at Pioneer Park at this time.
Reservation of Park Facilities
Muskegon County Parks do not accept reservations for individual campsites. Reservations can be made for the Pioneer Park group camping area, picnic shelters and the picnic lodges. To reserve these facilities, please call the Pioneer Park office at (231) 744-3580 on or after the first business day of each year.
Alcoholic Beverage Ban
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES ARE NOT ALLOWED in any of the Muskegon County Parks.
First Aid may be obtained from any park ranger or at the Park Office. In case of an emergency, dial 911.
To ensure your visit is a pleasant one, we ask that you abide by our park rules as established by the Muskegon County Board of Commissioners to help preserve the park and ensure the safety of all visitors. Rules are posted throughout our parks; a copy will be provided when registering for camping and copies ar available at the Park Office. Click here to view camping rules.
Muskegon County Parks are open:
8:00 am to 10:00 pm daily from May 1 to September 30
8:00 am to dark daily from October 1 to April 30
(Blue Lake Park is closed September 15 to May 15)
All visitors to the campground and day-use facilities must leave before 10pm. Only registered campers and their vehicles are permitted to remain on park property past 10pm.