This park is nestled in the heart of Port Hope, "The Small town with a big welcome". Site of softball tournaments and recreation activities throughout the summer, the 38 acre park also offers all the campground conveniences. A national historic site, the Sawmill chimney erected in 1858 graces the waterfront adjacent to a large enclosed pavilion. Features 73 sites and six camper cabins on 38 acres. Modern, tent and group camping. Features electricity, running water, and flush toilets. Showers and a sanitary station, boat launch, picnic grounds, shelters, swimming, playground and fishing. Open May 1 through October 15.
4451 W. Huron St.
Port Hope, MI 48468
Toll Free: (888) 265-2583
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