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Pere Marquette Beach


Pere Marquette contains large expanse of public sandy beach bordered on the north by the Muskegon Channel. Park is the northern most end of 2.5 miles of City-owned Lake Michigan frontage. There is a 200 handicapped walkway on the beach.

Facilities: Restaurants (1), snack bar (1), play apparatus areas (2),  restrooms (1), picnic area (1), sand volleyball courts (40), public beach, handicapped walkway.


Michael Satanek

Sunday, Aug. 12, 2018
Gorgeous beach and a great park! Some of the nicest beaches (and nicest sand) I’ve ever been to, and gorgeous sunsets to boot! Moreover, they were very accommodating for our sailing regatta and allowed our club to reserve some of the parking spaces and set up/store our boats on the beach for a weekend in July!

Autumn Silvious

Monday, June 4, 2018
Beautiful area little cool things to see and do. Great for taking pictures of the Great Lake and for a quick little photo shoot. Still cold but that’s to be expected it’s just the beginning of June. The sand is super soft and the playground it really cute with a bunch to do. The volleyball nets aren’t up yet but it’s awesome they have so many.

Rosemary Cruz

Monday, July 9, 2018
Favorite park to visit. It's beautiful and there is lots if space. The view is amazing. The little shop is cute and has the basic ice cream/hot dog stuff. You can play volleyball and walk up to the light house

walter elliott

Wednesday, July 18, 2018
Pere Marquette Park is another great West Michigan beach! There is ample amount of parking and it never seems too busy. You can walk out to the South Breakwater Light, and pass by the US Coast Guard Station to visit the South Pierhead Light. It's a must visit for lighthouse fans and a wonderful place to bring the family.

Dezarae Kave

Monday, July 30, 2018
Had a great time. Clean, clear beaches. A dog run area. Food, bar n grill. Would I go back? YES. would I recommend to freinds and family? ABSOLUTELY YES. ENJOY.

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