Park managed by State of Michigan
About Muskegon State Park
Address: 3560 Memorial Drive North Muskegon, MI 49445
Muskegon State Park is a huge park the whole family will love - in any season!
Kids will love climbing the dunes, hitting the beach and exploring the miles of trails.
In the winter, everyone will love sledding, ice skating and trying out the awesome luge track!
Trail Difficulty: Moderate
Hiking Trail Details
Muskegon State Park has six trails, ranging from 0.75 miles to 5 miles long.
Check specific trails for the allowed methods of exploring it. Some are hiking only while others also allow cross-country skiing.
Hike along the Muskegon Lake shoreline for some fantastic views.
Climb the dunes, both open and wooded, to see views of both Muskegon Lake and Lake Michigan.
Choose the Hearty Hiker Trail for a hilly 1.75 mile hike through all kinds of terrain - including wild blueberries.
Watch for lugers in the winter along the Loop to Loop trail. You can also ice-skate part of this trail in the winter.
No matter which trail you hike, you will have some spectacular sights (including wild flowers and wildlife) and views.
Something Unique About This Destination
Lots of winter activities at this park - sledding, snowshoeing, ice skating, ice hockey, cross-country skiing and the ever-popular Olympian-designed luge track at the Muskegon Luge Adventure Sports Park.
Muskegon State Park Features
- Adaptive Equipment
- Hike with a Payoff
- Hiking Trails
- Lake or River
- Picnic Tables
- River Access for Boat Launch
- Walk to Ice Cream
Facilities: Pavilions and restrooms are available.
Stroller-Friendly? Playground or main areas only
Time of Year? Open all year, from 8 AM to 10 PM