P. H. Hoeft State Park is a private recreational center, and access requires a Recreation Passport. For Michigan residents, a Recreation Passport valid for one year costs $11. These can be purchased at the time of each resident's yearly vehicle renewal, or at a state park entrance. Out of state visitors may pay the daily $9 entrance fee, or purchase a yearly Recreation Passport at a cost of $32.
Modern and primitive-style campsites, cottages, and accommodations in the on-premise Sears Roebuck Lodge are available by reservation. Additional fees apply according to which accommodation style has been booked. There are modern bathrooms on the premises where families can obtain drinking water to quench Fido's thirst as needed.
There are many interesting activities for families to enjoy at P. H. Hoeft State Park. Some of the most popular attractions include hiking, metal detecting, fishing, hunting, snowmobiling, biking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing. There is also a stunning picnic pavilion located near to the lake for families wishing to enjoy a light lunch or a snack by the water. It is equipped with a stone fireplace ideal for making a fire and stretching out to enjoy the evening sunset.
All canine visitors to P. H. Hoeft State Park must be current on all pertinent inoculations. In compliance with Michigan state by-laws, they must also bear an up to date city dog license tag on their collars. Looking for an idyllic vacation retreat in Michigan? Why not bring Fido and the family to visit P. H. Hoeft State Park?