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DUNE HARBOR PARK

MUSKEGON COUNTY

A park that’s close to everything, yet away from it all.​

Muskegon County Parks is pleased to announce the addition of Dune Harbor County Park. Now open, the addition of the former Nugent Sand property adds miles of trails through forested dunes, an inland lake perfect for kayaking, fishing, and nature viewing just a few blocks away from Norton Shores, Roosevelt Park, and the City of Muskegon. 

The north lake area of the park is expected to open to the public in early 2023.

The acquisition has been made possible by Michigan Department of Natural Resources Trust Fund, the generous past land owner, the Land Conservancy of West Michigan, and the County of Muskegon

Directions

From Grand Rapids, Lansing and Detroit:

Take I-96 West towards Muskegon, then continue straight ahead
to BUS-31 North. Turn left at the Seminole Road exit and the right onto
Seminole. Go west on Seminole Road approximately 2.75 miles to the parking lot
area, where Seminole curves south to Norton Hills Road. Watch for signs and parking
attendants.

From the North:

Take US 31 South towards Muskegon, then BUS-31 South toward
downtown Muskegon. Continue south on BUS-31 approximately 6.75 miles past the
Meijer to the traffic signal is Seminole Road; take a right onto Seminole Road
westbound and continue west on Seminole approximately 2.75 miles to the parking
lot area, where Seminole curves south to Norton Hills Road. Watch for signs and
parking attendants.

From the South:

Take I-196/US-31 North towards Muskegon, then
turn right onto the BUS-31 North ramp. Continue on BUS-31 North approximately
2.75 miles to the Seminole Road exit, then turn right onto westbound Seminole. Continue
west on Seminole approximately 2.75 miles to the parking lot area, where
Seminole curves south to Norton Hills Road. Watch for signs and parking
attendants.

 

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Photos courtesy of Kristine Tyler and The Land Conservancy of West Michigan

Dune Harbor County Park Hours of Operation

Day Use:
Open daily throughout the year.

Hours vary:
8:00 a.m. to 10 p.m. May – September
Sunrise to Sunset October – April

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