Kleinke Park is a 27 acres park located on M-35 along the Bay of Green Bay. This park offers over a quarter mile of sandy beach along the Bay for plenty of space to relax and enjoy the picturesque views. Swimming, kayaking, and fishing are popular activities at the park. The County owns a boat launch (Stoney Point) that is 10 miles south of the park for motorized boats to access the Bay. The park also offers a pavilion that is available for rent for larger gatherings and a playground for the Children to play on. Conveniently located along a main corridor, this is a popular park for visitors to the Upper Peninsula.
The campground offers 30 electric campsites that all have 20/30/50 AMP service, with 13 campsites located right on the shore of Green Bay - you can't get any closer without getting wet! The park has a heated shower building with flush toilets, a vault toilet centrally located in the park, and a camper sanitation station.
Note: Site #8 shown on the campground map no longer exists.
ELECTRIC SITES: $25 PER NIGHT
PRIMITIVE SITES: $15 PER NIGHT
RESERVATION FEE: $10 PER SITE PER RESERVATION (NON-REFUNDABLE)
DAILY VEHICLE ENTRANCE FEE: $5 PER DAY
ANNUAL VEHICLE ENTRANCE PASS: $20 FIRST VEHICLE - $10 SECOND VEHICLE
PARK IS OPEN FOR RECREATION YEAR-ROUND
CAMPGROUND OPENS: MAY 1
CAMPGROUND CLOSES: OCTOBER 31
Cancellations made seven (7) or more days before the scheduled reservation will receive a full refund minus the non-refundable $10 reservation fee. Refunds will be issued as credit that can be used on any future reservations made for the remainder of the current camping season or reservations made in the following year.
Cancellations made less than seven (7) days before the scheduled reservation will not receive a refund.
The purchase of daily and annual park passes are not refundable.
Check-In Time: 3:00 pm
Check-Out Time: 2:00 pm
N5790 State Highway M-35
Menominee, MI 49858
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From Menominee, MI: Head north on US 41 for 2 miles to the intersection of US 41 & M-35. Turn right onto M-35 and proceed north for 16 miles. The park will be located on the right-hand side of M-35 along the Bay of Green Bay.