Newaygo State Park is a 99-site rustic campground and day use area sitting atop 20-foot embankments overlooking the Hardy Dam Pond, a six-mile flooding of the Muskegon River. The campground is noted for its large, private sites and scenic beauty with a 20-30 foot forested buffer between sites.
Fishing: The primary game fish are walleye, largemouth and smallmouth bass. A wide variety of panfish are also available in the Muskegon River.
Picnic Area: The park has two playground areas and a small beach for children and adults who wish to cool off from the summer heat.
Playground: Two playground areas are provided.