Traverse City State Park
Traverse City State Park is a completely developed, 47 acre, urban park that features a quarter mile of beautiful beach on the East Arm of the Grand Traverse Bay. Suitable for day use and camping, the Park has 343 sites in a completely wooded mix of hard and soft wood trees. The park is located two miles from downtown Traverse City and is open year round. A recreation passport is required to enter the park and can be purchased on-site (or at the Secretary of State for residents).
Features: bike path which connects to the TART Trail, Traverse City’s bike trail network, kayak and hydrobike rentals, walking/hiking on TART Trails, concessions stand, electrical service, modern heated restrooms, group-use camping area, cottage available for rent on a nightly or weekly basis.