Muskegon State Park Snug Harbor

Snug Harbor features a boat launch, parking, picnic pavilion, grills, fishing, swimming on Muskegon Lake and hiking trails to Lake Michigan through wooded dunes.

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Snug Harbor is part of the 1,165-acre Muskegon State Park complex on the shore of Lake Michigan.  Snug Harbor is on Muskegon Lake and hiking trails lead through wooded dunes to Lake Michigan. The Park's Winter Sports Complex features a luge run and the park offers 2 campgrounds with 247 modern and semi-modern campsites and two mini-cabins. Sun bathing, swimming, picnicking, fishing, boat launch, ice fishing are featured, along with twelve miles of marked and groomed hiking trails, with five miles (8 kilometers) lighted for all levels of cross-country skiers. A replica of an historic fort blockhouse overlooking Lake Michigan and sand dunes is a favorite stop. Trail maps are available on line or at the park and campground offices. 

Available in Spring Available in Summer Available in Fall Available in Winter Accessible Public Restrooms Fee Required

Parking Lot parking is available.

Public restrooms are available (Flush Toilet).

Picnic Area Lighting Shelter Potable Water

Developed boat access.

Length of access is less than 50 yards.

The sign for this site is along the road (visible from road).

3560 Memorial Drive
Laketon Township
Muskegon, MI 49445
GPS: 43° 14.95800, -86° 19.83120
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