This popular Michigan State park has two campgrounds - the Lake Michigan campground and the Channel campground. We stayed in the Channel campground on the channel connecting Lake Michigan and Lake Muskegon. The sites are electric only level paved pads. Water spigots are located throughout the campground but cannot be used to fill your fresh water tank. Be sure to fill your fresh water tank at the sanitary station before setting up camp. We had a long pull through site close to the channel. Sites 8 and 9 are long pull throughs and very wide. The campground is wooded with lots of shade. The bath houses were very clean.
We made the reservations by phone with the Michigan State Parks. Reservations are site specific. You can go to their website for campground maps and site descriptions.
The State Park is located about 6 or 7 miles from the town of North Muskegon where there are grocery stores, a pharmacy, and a gas station with diesel.
Would we stay here again? YES, YES, YES