Nestled along the shores of beautiful Lake Huron, you'll find Lakeport State Park, about 25 minutes north of Port Huron along M-25. If you're looking for access to one of the Great Lakes on the sunrise coast of Michigan, then this is the park for you! With two campgrounds that are separated by the town of Lakeport, it offers 250 campsites and loads of amenities, such as modern restroom and shower facilities.
With 250 campsites that feature blacktop pads and pull-thru sites, you're sure to find a great spot for your stay. The cost of the modern camping area is $27 per night and you'll find the following amenities to make your getaway fun and comfortable:
- Modern toilet/shower building
- Hiking trail
- Swimming beach
- Volleyball court
- Picnic shelter
- Picnic area
For those who have an adventurous, outdoorsy spirit but lack an RV or tent, the camper cabin is perfect! For $86/night, you can enjoy a cozy, comfortable stay in a cabin that features electric heat, window treatments and bedroom curtains for privacy, and a sturdy roof over your head. Linens are NOT provided, so be sure to pack your own bedding. The cabin also does not have A/C, but who needs it when you're spending your days by the lake and your nights by a campfire? The cabin has two bedrooms with a set of bunk beds in each and a sleeper sofa in the living area. Come prepared to do most of your cooking outside on the grill as the kitchen only has a refrigerator and a microwave. There is no cleaning service, and renters are expected to leave the cabin as clean as they found it. You can find the cabin on the far north end of the campground.
The Franklin Delano Roosevelt (south) unit of Lakeport State Park is a day-use area located one mile south of the camping area and adjacent to Lake Huron. Here visitors can come for the day to enjoy the beach, have a picnic, go birdwatching, or just relax in the sunshine and take in the gorgeous views of one of the Great Lakes. There are picnic tables, grills, horseshoe pits, volleyball nets, and playgrounds. For your next family reunion, birthday party, graduation party, and more, consider renting the picnic shelter located in the state park. Reservations can be made up to one year ahead.
Fishing and Boating
For the fishing and boating enthusiast, there is a boat launch in Lexington about ten miles north of the park. Launch your boat here and enjoy a relaxing day out on the water. For hiking and hunting opportunities, the Port Huron State Game Area is within a 15-minute drive. Enjoy hiking the area year round and hunting in season.
Lakeport Camp Store
Whether you forgot a necessity or want to pick up a souvenir of your getaway to Lakeport State Park, come on over to our Camp Store. We sell firewood, groceries, toys, beach gear, logo clothing, rainy day activities, and souvenirs. Or satisfy your appetite with our pizza, nachos, ice cream, or slushies. We're located in the north campground and are open daily from 7 a.m.-10 p.m Memorial Day through Labor Day, and 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays in the spring and fall. Call 810-434-3918 for more information.