River Park is a 23 acres park located along the beautiful Menominee River. This park and campground is a true hidden gem of the Menominee County Parks System! The park is located along a stretch of river known for great bass fishing. Kayaking, tubing/flaoting, and swimming are common activities with multiple access points near the park on both sides of the river. A public boat landing is located 6 miles to the north of the park; however, there is a nice access point at the park for kayaking, tubing/flaoting, and swimming. This park also offers a pavillion that is available to rent for larger gatherings.
There are four primitive sites spaciously located throughout the park. If you are looking for a quiet camping experience to tuly appreciate all that nature has to offer, this is the park is for you! Two of the sites are located directly on the bank of the Menominee River.
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
N4007 River Drive
Wallace, MI 49893
From Menominee, MI: Head north on US 41 for 8.6 miles, then turn west onto Sobieski Road Number 8. Continue on Sobieski Road Number 8 for 2.5 miles, then turn north on County Road 577. Continue on County Road 577 for 1 mile, then turn west onto Number 9 Road. Continue on Number 9 Road for 2.2 miles, then turn north onto River Drive. The park entrance will be on your left (river side) in .9 miles.