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Lakeport State Park
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7605 Lakeshore Road
Lakeport, Michigan   48059

Phone: 810-327-6224
Reservations: 800-447-2757
Lying along Lake Huron, Lakeport State Park provides southeast Michigan residents access to the Great Lakes. The park has two distinct units separated by the village of Lakeport. A total of 250 sites are divided between the two campgrounds. All sites have a picnic table, fire circle, electricity, modern toilet/shower buildings along with several pull-through sites and camp pads for ease of leveling campers. Metal detecting area. Lakeport State Park is taking reservations for its new camper cabin located on beautiful Lake Huron. The camper cabin is ideal for families looking to enjoy a camping experience but don't have a tent or a camper. The cabin sleeps six, has two bedrooms, each with its own set of bunk beds, and a full-size sleeper sofa located in the living room/kitchen area. All three rooms are equipped with electric heat. The living room/kitchen is equipped with a refrigerator, microwave and movable counter/cabinet unit for storing dishes and supplies. Outside, the cabin has its own fire circle, picnic table and grill.
The Recreation Passport is required for vehicle entry into state parks and recreation areas, state boat launches, state forest campgrounds and state trail parking lots. Details and information on how to obtain your Michigan Recreation Passport can be found by visiting the MICHIGAN RECREATION PASSPORT web page.
Park Store
Located in the larger campground is one of the few remaining campground stores. In addition to the usual fare, the store also sells campfire wood.
Lakeport-Group Use Area(810) 327-6224Group Use Area, Rustic Site, Vault Toilet

Lakeport-Modern(800) 447-2757 250 site(s)Electrical Service, Mini Cabin, Modern Restrooms, Swimming

Lakeport State Park is located near Fort Gratiot, Port Huron and Macomb

The Franklin Delano Roosevelt (south) unit of Lakeport State Park is a day use area situated one mile south of the camping area and is also adjacent to Lake Huron. Visitors can enjoy the beach, and there are many areas for secluded picnics, bird watching, or just relaxing. The day-use area provides many picnic tables and barbecue grills plus horseshoe pits and volleyball nets. Highway US-25 runs through the park and divides the day use area into two areas. A pedestrian overpass provides the day user access to both these areas.

One picnic shelter located in the day-use area may be rented on a daily basis for group activities and family reunions. For reservations contact the park at (810)327-6224.

Both campgrounds have a variety of play equipment for youngsters.
Area Attractions
For the fishing and boating enthusiast state-managed boat launch in Lexington is ten miles north of the park. The Port Huron State Game Area is within a 15 minute drive and provides opportunities for hiking year round and hunting in season. For the shopper, Birchwood Mall is about five miles south of the park.

Visitor Comments, Memories and Reviews
November 6 very beautiful state park
park review stars; one to five this was the second park i camped at after i graduated from high school in 1972, my parents bought me a nice kmart tent for my graduation friend and i had a great weekend camping there.
August 4 Life time park by Lynn
park review stars; one to five Our dad always took us to lakeport - now we camp and the first place I had to go was lakeport!!!! Memories still wonderfull - more beautiful - we are talking 50 yrs later- now we are back to every year for the last 5yrs-love it-love it- love it - nice to be a kid again Thanks Dad
April 20 felt like we were in prison by Brian Reber
park review stars; one to five dnr kept patroling and walking into our camp and other campsites just to be nosey and questions you on the tables if you bring your own they check to see if they are theirs even tho they are plastic and theirs are wood. Music cant be loud enough for you even to hear or enjoy. If you start laushing they actually will tell you to quiet down. They inspect your drinking habits, even if its just pop they treat you like your a drunk or criminal. There is really no fun in their camp ground. The beach is wonderful but that is all you can enjoy and if its raining u can forget that too.
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Area Campgrounds
Sanilac County Lexington Park
3885 Lakeshore Road
Lexington, MI
Port Huron KOA
5111 Lapeer Road
Kimball, MI
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I-94 E. to M-25 N. 15 miles N. entrance on the E. side of M-25.

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