Petoskey State Park

In addition to a wonderful sandy beach, the Petoskey State Park offers hiking trails, restrooms, biking on interior roads, picnic facilities, sand volleyball courts, and a small playground.

Light concession items, hand-dipped ice cream, camp store items, and park/region-specific merchandise. Open in the summer, 7 days/week. Petoskey State Park’s day-use parking lot is typically open from late April to early November.

Kayaks, paddleboards, and bikes are available for rent.

Two hiking trails grace the Petoskey State Park – The half-mile-long Petoskey-Old Baldy and the mile-long Petoskey-Portage Trail. Old Baldy includes a flight of stairs and ends at the top of a sand dune. The Portage Trail is mostly flat and easy to walk.

Located between Petoskey and Harbor Springs. Michigan State park admission fees are charged.