Brower Park provides access to the 18 miles of navigable water on the backwaters of the Hardy Dam. This beautifully wooded 280-acre park boasts almost 8000 feet of river frontage with 1000 feet of sandy beach. Watersports and family friendly amenities highlight the attractions of the park. The Hardy Pond is accessible by boat launches on the north and south shorelines. Family friendly activities include event programming, arts and crafts, hayrides, and movie nights. Additional park amenities include hiking trails, tennis courts, disc golf, volleyball, basketball, horseshoes, playgrounds and picnic areas. Brower Park contains 230 campsites and 10 Camp-N-Cabins. Pets are welcome.
School Section Lake Veteran's Park is a pleasant combination of history, nature, camping, and summer fun! The trademark feature of the park is our large sand swimming area and historic fieldstone concessions building. In addition to the large swimming area are many other day use features such as a shallow water boat launch, watercraft rentals, arts and crafts, volleyball, horseshoes, basketball, baseball diamonds, disc golf, playgrounds and picnic areas. The park's 86 acres contain 162 campsites, 5 Camp-N-Cabins, 2 Modern Cabins and 4 Picnic Shelters, which are available for rent. School Section Lake is home to our Family Group Camp. This complex sleeps up to 72 guests and consists of six cabins, a lodge with kitchen and dining area and a private restroom and shower building. Sorry, no pets allowed.
Merrill-Gorrel Park offers frontage on both Merrill and Gorrel Lakes. Each lake offers a boat launch, swimming beach, playground equipment and picnic area. Merrill-Gorrel Park's 90 acres offer a fishing pier, wooded trails, volleyball, basketball, horseshoes, shuffleboard, tetherball, and a baseball field. 146 campsites along with 2 picnic pavilions and 4 Camp-N-Cabins enhance this picturesque getaway. Pets are welcome.
Paris Park is located at the site of the former Paris State Fish Hatchery. The Park's 40 wooded acres boarder the Muskegon River and provide access to Michigan's Longest Rail Trail State Park. The White Pine Trail stretches a distance of 92 miles and runs directly through Paris Park. Additional highlights of the park include an Eiffel Tower, Tube/Canoe Launch, Picturesque Hiking Trails, Historical Landmarks, Trout and Waterfowl Ponds, Picnic Areas and Playgrounds. Park accommodations include 66 campsites, 3 Camp-N-Cabins, Pavilion Rentals, and Group Camping options. Pets are welcome.