Aloha State Park Beach a 107-acre park providing beautiful beach views, as well as wintertime snowmobiling for those braving the elements. The beaches in Aloha State Park Beach line Mullett Lake, a 320-acre body of water that regularly host swimming and boating. Swimming can be done anywhere on the beach, but guests should keep in mind that with no safety staff on duty, this is done at their own risk.
If you would like to get your boat on the water, Mullett Lake is part of a more substantial, 38-mile water trail that crosses two states and several lakes. State licenses are required for any individuals looking to get their vessel out on the water. Visitors with canines can bring them onto the shore, provided they stay leashed up during the excursion. Any waste left on the beach by canines should be picked up.
Hiking is also popular in Aloha State Park Beach, with most trails being covered in compact gravel. These seven miles of trails tend to be multi-use throughout the summer months, so make sure to stay vigilant for riders on horseback as well as cyclists. Canines are free to walk these trails with their owners, provided they are on a leash no longer than six feet throughout their stay.
Doggie business stations are planted at several locations throughout the trail system, so make sure to clean up anything your canine might leave behind. For guests looking to camp out for a night or two, there are 285 modern campsites to choose from. These sites all contain a fire pit, picnic table, and water hookups for recreational vehicles.
Dogs are welcome to accompany campground guests as long as they stay restrained throughout their stay. There is an additional fee to keep pets overnight, so come prepared. For families looking to enjoy some relaxed enjoyment, there's a softball diamond, two horseshoe pits, a picnic pavilion, as well as a full volleyball and basketball court available for rental up to six months in advance via the Michigan State Park's website.