Located just a few miles south of the City of Charlevoix, Fisherman's Island State Park is not actually just an island, but a 2,678-acre park with five miles of unspoiled Lake Michigan shoreline. The park encompasses a tiny island, Fisherman's Island, currently not accessible to the mainland, due to high lake levels.
The Michigan State Park features a rustic campground with a few sites nestled in the dunes along the lakeshore. The park road travels through the campground to the picnic area with access to the beach and miles of hiking trails. The interior terrain consists of rolling dunes covered with maple, birch and aspen broken up by bogs of cedar and black spruce. Fisherman's Island State park is located just south of Charlevoix Michigan along the shore of Lake Michigan.
Driving Directions to Fisherman's Island State Park
To reach the park's main entrance, head one and one-half miles south on US-31 from Charlevoix and turn right, (westward) on Bell Bay Road. The posted Fisherman's Island State Park Entrance is two and one-half miles from US-31.
Printable Map of Fisherman's Island State Park