Pioneer County Park

4.19 Votes
  • Address: 1563 N Scenic Dr, Muskegon, MI 49445, USA, United States
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  • Phone: +1-2317443580
  • Tags: Park, Camp, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot

Pioneer County Park is a huge recreational space located in Muskegon County, Michigan. Spread over 145 acres and established on the shores of Lake Michigan, the park offers picturesque vistas and lush greenery. The lake and its shores are perfect for swimming and sunbathing. There are well-maintained tennis, softball, basketball, and volleyball fields on the premises that attract many sports lovers. It also has more than two-hundred fully-equipped campsites which are perfect for solo campers as well as large groups. So, if you are looking forward to spending some quality time with your loved ones, pack your picnic basket and head to Pioneer County Park.

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  • Pioneer County Park Address: 1563 N Scenic Dr, Muskegon, MI 49445, USA, United States
  • Pioneer County Park Contact Number: +1-2317443580
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  • 40.91% of people who visit Muskegon include Pioneer County Park in their plan

  • 66.67% of people start their Pioneer County Park visit around 11 AM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Pioneer County Park

Tuesday, Friday and Sunday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Pioneer County Park

People normally club together Great Lakes Naval Memorial & Museum and Pere Marquette Park while planning their visit to Pioneer County Park.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Pioneer County Park Reviews & Ratings

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  • I originally gave this campground five stars based on prior visits. After this last visit, things have changed. The bathrooms are starting to show their age. They're needed a thorough cleaning and a paint job. The showers needed a thorough hose down. There was mud and sand in every one. Cobwebs everywhere! The campground itself has large campsites, some wooded, some partial sun others fully sun. Awesome sunset views of Lake Michigan! The picnic area was in dire need of some work, though. Smaller branches, dead limbs and piles of leaves everywhere. The worst part, though, was the seasonal popup camper that was allowed on one of the sites. It had a large pile of clothes underneath the front of it and miscellaneous branches and other debris stuffed under the sides and back. I'm sure the neighbors didn't appreciate having to look at that every day. We were very disappointed with the park.

  • The big thing one must know going here to visit the beach is that there really is not a beach. Because of erosion and Lake water increase, there is one common Beach that is filled quickly with people. $5 to get in just to go to the beach seems a little much to me. It is used mainly by the people in the campground and honestly has more kids than adults, so if you're looking for a relaxing Cove, you probably won't find it here unless it's a weekday or the middle of winter. Staff was very helpful.

  • Plenty of well kept spaces with electric and water hook ups. Great place to spend a week. Must have a county park sticker. (Available at the park office.) Easy access to the big lake. Shower/bath houses. Call ahead to check availability.

  • We love going here. Clean and great bathrooms and showers. The Rangers here keep things in order. We tent camp here.

  • Main camping area has some really nice sites. Their staff seems to be younger and friendlier than in past years. But the bath houses by the group site are an absolute joke they need to be cleaned Or maybe even torn down and rebuilt its really that bad. The other bath houses are much better.

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