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237. Devils Kitchen

September 4, 2011

Muskegon State Park has a lot to offer from camping, beaches, boating, fishing, etc. If you are a hiker or just want to go on a nice scenic walk the Devils Kitchen tail might be for you. The Devil’s Kitchen trail connects Snug Harbor with the Channel Campground boat launch, following the Muskegon Lake shoreline. When the earth and air temperatures are just right, and the right amount of humidity mixes in, a cloud of fog that looks just like smoke is created, hence the name Devil’s Kitchen. Wildflowers, a dune climb, marshlands, and a view of Muskegon Lake from atop the dune ridge are some of the sights you will see.

Muskegon State Park: 3560 memorial Drive, North Muskegon, MI 49445

Phone: 231-744-3480

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