Muskegon State Park is offering one free night of camping at its Lake Michigan campground for individuals who volunteer May 3 or 4 to help clean up at least two campsites.
The campground has a total of 106 campsites. Interested participants must register to camp for two nights and volunteer to help clean up at least two campsites to receive one free night of camping. Participants also are asked to bring appropriate clothing for outdoor work, such as long pants, boots and gloves, as well as rakes or leaf blowers if they have them. Safety glasses and earplugs will be provided or volunteers can furnish their own.
The park also will host a “meet and greet” at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 3, at campsite 103. This session will include free coffee and donuts and information about clean-up safety and goals.
The Lake Michigan campground is located across from the Muskegon Sports Complex on North Scenic Drive. Volunteers can book reservations as walk-ins or make advance reservations by calling 1-800-447-PARKS or online at www.midnrreservations.com. For more information about this event or Muskegon State Park, contact the park at 231-744-3480 or visit www.michigan.gov/muskegon.
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