Parks

Missaukee County
Park Department

Manager:
Larry Richardson

Seasonal Assistant:
Chris Shetenhelm

Park Department
105 South Canal, PO Box 800
Lake City, MI 49651

Hours: Off-season Office hours 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Tues, Wed, Thur
Park Season May 15th – October 1st
Summer Office hours 8a.m. – 10 p.m.

(231) 839-4945 Phone
(231) 839-7001 Fax
Click to send E-mail

Department Functions:

Maintain the  County Parks in a safe and sanitary condition
(Missaukee Lake, Crooked Lake)

Control and monitor all funds and spending

Answer and resolve Park related situations as needed

Create and monitor all reservations

Advise the Park Commission

Monitor and enforce the Park Regulations
Park Rates
Reservation Form
Park Layout diagram
Park Commission 2014

County Parks:

Office Hours:
Summer
8 am to 10 pm seven days a week

Winter
8 am to 4 pm Tues., Wed., & Thurs

For more info and Reservations,
Call (231) 839-4945

Missaukee Lake Park
Located on beautiful Lake Missaukee

Over 1000 ft of sandy beach with excellent swimming
Wooden boardwalk along beach
3 pavilions for group events
3 mini pavillions for day use
3 picnic areas with grills
Softball/baseball fields
96 campsites with full hookup
21 campsites with electricity
4 rustic cabins available
Modern restrooms w/showers
Game room
Lagoon with paved boat ramp and 80 boat slip rentals
Sanitation station
Shops, laundry, and restaurants within walking distance
Vehicle permits are required

Crooked Lake Park
Located on south side of Crooked Lake

Over 600 ft of beach with very good swimming
Covered pavilion for events
Picnic area
35 campsites with electricity
17 rustic campsites
1 Rustic cabin
Sanitation station with well water
2 hand pump water wells in Park
Paved boat launch ramp
Modern restrooms w/showers
Over 60 acres of Park to enjoy with marked hiking trails
First come, first served basis

Ben D. Jeffs River Park
Located on M-55 at the Muskegon River

Covered pavilion
Artesian water well approved for drinking
Picnic area
Canoe launch ramp
Vault-style toilets
Over 66 wooded acres along the Muskegon River
First come, first served basis