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3560 Memorial Drive Recreation Passport Required: Yes
North Muskegon, MI 49445 Approximate Size: 728 (Acres)
Phone Number: (231) 744-3480 Unit Map
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Duck Lake-Paved Trail
Trail Length: 0.50 (Miles)
Cross Country Skiing, Hiking
Duck Lake State Park is a day-use park, featuring a towering sand dune; the park stretches from the northern shore of Duck Lake to Lake Michigan. Fishing, hiking, swimming and picnicking, are just some of the activities in this beautiful park.

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The White Lake area, about five miles north, includes restaurants, shopping, marinas and free weekly summer concerts. Park visitors are welcome to explore a lighthouse museum to the north as well.

Duck Lake State Park is a 728-acre day-use park, located in Muskegon County. Featuring a towering sand dune, the park stretches from the northern shore of Duck Lake to Lake Michigan. The terrain is a mixture of open brush land to mature hardwood forest, with some pockets of open meadows mixed in. The land was purchased by the Nature Conservancy from two Boy Scout organizations, and acquired by the state in 1974. Remains of the old scout camps were removed and access roads were constructed. The park was officially dedicated in the spring of 1988. A new entrance off of Scenic Drive was completed in May 2005.

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