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4167 M-137 Recreation Passport Required: Yes
Interlochen, MI 49643 Approximate Size: 187 (Acres)
Phone Number: (231) 276-9511 Unit Map
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Cross Country SkiingFishing
HikingMichigan State Park Explorer Program
BeachBoat Launch
Concession/ StoreElectrical Service
Group Use AreaModern Restrooms
Picnic AreaPicnic Shelter
PlaygroundRustic Site
Sanitation StationSome Campsites with 50 amp Service
Interlochen Duck Lake-Modern
(800) 447-2757
421 site(s), $25 (50A), $23 (20/30A)
Electrical Service, Modern Restrooms, Some Campsites with 50 amp Service, Tent/Tepee Rental
Interlochen Green Lake-Rustic
(800) 447-2757
59 site(s), $13
Rustic Site, Vault Toilet
Interlochen-Camper Cabin
(800) 447-2757
3 site(s), $86/Night
Interlochen-Group Use Area
(231) 276-9511
2 site(s), Contact the park
Group Use Area, Rustic Site
(800) 447-2757
1 site(s), $55
(800) 447-2757
2 site(s), $34
Interlochen-Pines Nature Trail
Trail Length: 1.00 (Miles)
Cross Country Skiing, Hiking
Interlochen State Park is located on two fishing and swimming lakes: Green Lake and Duck Lake. The park was established in 1917 to preserve one of the last virgin pine stands for the people of Michigan.
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Interlochen State Park Events
GO--Get Outdoors Calendar of Events

The Interlochen Center for the Arts is adjacent to the park. Renowned musicians perform concerts year round. Schedules can be obtained online or by phoning (231) 276-7200, or (231) 276-9221.

Please check the DNR Calendar for upcoming events at this location and at all state parks and recreation areas.

Located just 15 miles southwest of Traverse City, Interlochen State Park is situated between two well-known fishing and swimming lakes: Green Lake and Duck Lake. The park was established as Michigan's first state park by the Michigan Legislature in 1917, which paid $60,000 for the land. The name of the park was originally Pine Park, a 200-acre public park created to preserve the virgin pine stand for the people of Michigan. In 1928, the National Music Camp was established on the property adjoining the northern boundary of the park.

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