Wagener County Park is located 5 miles south of Harbor Beach, has 96 campsites situated on 132 acres. It features modern and tent camping. Perfect for those that love to get outdoors. While beaches are rocky and not ideal for swimming, Wagener Park has several miles of hiking trails, playgrounds, picnic areas, and fishing for your enjoyment.Or, if you want to enjoy the amenities of the town, Harbor Beach has a lot for you to do.
The local theater is great, or check out restaurants including Little Caesars, Subway, Harbor Breeze, Al’s Restaurant, Smalley’s Bar, Williams Inn, Crow’s Anchorage, Varney’s, and Hunter’s Bar. There is also a hospital, drug store, retail stores, hardware stores, a gas station, grocery store, and a library nearby.
Note: The boat launch is permanently closed. Water craft are no longer allowed to dock at Wagener Park, nor be stored there.
Wagener Park has eight Rustic Cabins available for rent. All cabins have heat and electricity. Campers are responsible for bringing all personal belongings and linens. A picnic table and bonfire ring are available on each site.More Information
Rustic cabins do not have running water. Multiple bathrooms and water stations are located throughout the park. Take a look at the Wagener Park Map below.Wagener Park Map
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Holidays are Memorial Day, 4th of July and Labor Day. A minimum of 3-night reservations are required.
Off season includes dates in May before Memorial Day and in September after Labor Day.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are there showers and bathroom available?
Lighthouse Park features bath houses with free showers and flush toilets.
What comes with the campsite?
Each site has a fire ring (without a grate for cooking) and a picnic table.
Do you sell ice and wood?
Yes. We do sell ice and wood (must pay with cash or check).
Tour the Park
- The M-25 bike path
- Hiking trails & nature trails
- Sandy beach
- Heritage Water Trail for kayaking
- Wildlife programs through MUCC (Michigan United Conservation Clubs)
- Great Lakes Freighters observation point
- Break wall
- Largest Man Made Harbor
- Grice House Museum
- Frank Murphy Museum
- State, regional and semi-final High School Cross Country competitions (Oct. 2, 2021 and Oct. 30, 2021)
- Yard sale trail
- Halloween weekend (Sept. 11, 2021)
- Maritime Festival
- Chili Cook Off
- Fishing Tournaments
- Citywide Garage Sales
- Craft shows
- Car show