Home>Routes>Greenways & Trails


State Park, beach and campground
Path to beach
Path to beach
From the water
From the water

Located adjacent to Lake Huron, Wooded, 283 campsites, 56 blacktop pads and pull-thru sites. Electricity, modern toilet/shower building, playgrounds, horse shoe pits, organizational campground for youth groups, store, mimi-cabins, fire circles, picnic tables, day use area. Group and rally sites. Basket ball Courts, Playground, hiking trail, swimming beach, volleyball court, picnic shelter, picnic area. Auxillary parking, paved interior roads, grocery store, building with flushing toilets, showers, tenting areas. Security patrols, wood available, Naure programs. Fire rings/Fire Pit, Gravel parking pad, lakefront sites, picnic tables, paved parking pad, shade trees.

Lakeport State Park located on Lake Huron with two distinct units separated by the village of Lakeport. A total of 250 sites are divided between the two campgrounds.

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.


7605 Lakeshore Rd
Lakeport, MI 48059
GPS Coordinates:
43.1308781, -82.4969708
Phone: 810-327-6224
Add This To Your Itinerary
Trip Weather Check
Coastal Zone Customs Information

Report Suspicious Activity to River Watch 800-537-3220

Economic Development

Blue Water Area Convention & Visitors Bureau: Discover the Blue

The Weather Channel Nearshore Weather Forecast NOAA Marine Weather Forecast United States Coast Guard 9th District, Call Search and Rescue at 1-800-321-4400 St. Clair County Sheriff Marine Patrol Where the Blue Meets the Green: St. Clair County Economic Development Strategic Plan St. Clair County, Michigan

Home | Coastal Zone | The Routes | Plan a Trip | The Project | FAQs | Community | Request Info or Contact Us 

Michigan Department of Environmental Quality Financial assistance for this project was provided, in part, by the Michigan Coastal Management Program, Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ), through a grant from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), U.S. Department of Commerce. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration