Are you ready for another beautiful Lake Michigan park? This will be the newest park set to open sometime next month in Norton Shores, Michigan.

There are current meetings taking place for everything to fall into place come March of this year.

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The park off Seminole Road and Lincoln Street in Norton Shores is required to open by March 16 under terms of a grant used to purchase it.

Spring officially begins on March 20, so this is perfect timing for the newest Lake Michigan park to open up just days before spring has sprung.

By the way if you're a big fan of boating, we can tell you that motorized boats will not be allowed on its inland lake.

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Fishing on the inland lake is expected to be catch and release only since there's no waterway feeding the lake and the fish population could be rapidly depleted. The park includes 200 feet of frontage on Lake Michigan. It also has a 2.2-mile two-track around the lake as well as wildlife trails throughout.

This will be a 200 plus acre park and will be used for lots of hiking and kayaking. The park itself is located off Seminole Road and Lincoln Street in Norton Shores.

When ever I hear of new parks opening up in Michigan, I always make it a point to plan a trip and take the whole family for a couple of days to check out what's new and to just enjoy myself by hiking, kayaking, or just taking it all in.

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