Weko Beach Park54 Votes
- Address: 5239 Lake St, Bridgman, MI 49106, USA, United States
- Phone: +1-2694653406
- Tags: Park, Family And Kids
Weko Beach Park is a scenic park located along the shoreline. This location is ideal for unwinding with your loved ones. You could play sports, chill on the beach, or enjoy the burgers served at the restaurant at the beach. Furthermore, there are several trees on and around the beach that provide ample shade. The parking is right next to the beach and there are almost six miles of the shoreline to explore. The trails to the dunes are pretty exciting, and don’t forget to witness the magnificent sunset on this beach.
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Weko Beach Park Reviews & Ratings
My SO and I went to this beach to watch the sunset and hang out together. Free admission after 7pm was a surprise and almost parking on the beach parking spots are two things we really like about this beach. There was even a trumpet player playing on the pier when the sunset. That was very lovely. The sunset was beautiful as well. We will definitely go back soon.
Awesome beach! Dog friendly. Great snack shop. Kayak rentals. Clean place to relax and have some fun with the family. Make sure you stay for the breathtaking sunset!
This is our favorite beach. Close parking and excellent facilities make it easy for families with young kids. The beach is usually kept clean, but so far this season the sand is more littered with human-made and natural debris. The camp sites are good, the cabins are simple but good enough if you're there to spend the day at the beach and then go back to sleep. If you plan to go to the beach more than 5 times in a season, the season parking pass is a good value.
Grew up on this beach. 36 years later this may be my last summer. Very fond memories it's a beautiful beach. When I was younger it was like our own slice of paradise. Now days though it's over run by people from our of state.
Grew up on this beach. Love that it's still a beautiful gathering place for residents & visitors alike. 50 years ago I played in a rock band @ the Beach House during the summer's of 69 & 70. Still the place to be! The Sun sets on Weko Beach.