– Covered Picnic Area
– Life Jackets
– Dune Overlook
– Large Sandy Beach
– Wheelchair Accessible
NORTH PARK BEACH
Families have great reason to love North Beach Park in Ferrysburg, MI. Not only does the park provide life jackets for visitors to borrow while swimming, but the large playground and the wheelchair accessible beach walk also make this beach a thoughtful escape.
When you visit, be sure to climb the wooden staircase up the dune stairs for an amazing view of Lake Michigan on the dune deck.
Modern restrooms are open spring, summer, and fall.
Dogs are allowed at North Beach Park from October through April.
The foot spray station is an appreciated amenity.
The park is primarily sandy. There are trees here and there, but the beach is in full sun, so come prepared with sunblock.
Stay late (if your kids will let you!) and watch a beautiful Lake Michigan sunset.
North Beach Park is open year-round.
March – Oct 15: 7 AM – 10 PM
Oct 16 – Feb 28, 7 AM – 8 PM
As an Ottawa County Park, daily admission for North Beach Park is $5 per vehicle for Ottawa County residents and $7 for non-residents. You may also purchase an annual vehicle permit: $15 for Ottawa County residents or $25 for non-residents.
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