Seasonal Campsites for the 2023 season are full. Nightly campsite and cabin reservations are currently available.
Brower Park provides access to the 18 miles of navigable water on the backwaters of the Hardy Dam. This beautifully wooded 280-acre park boasts almost 8000 feet of river frontage with 1000 feet of sandy beach. Watersports and family friendly amenities highlight the attractions of the park. The Hardy Pond is accessible by boat launches on the north and south shorelines. Family friendly activities include event programming, arts and crafts, hayrides, and movie nights.
Fish Cleaning Station
Camper Dump Stations
Cabins - For cabin information Click Here.
Brower Park offers 230 campsites and 10 cabins.
There are three modern toilet buildings in the park with showers and flush toilets.
All campsites have electrical hook-up and a water outlet.
Each site includes a picnic table and fire pit.
Vehicle Permits are required for entrance in addition to camping fees.
Pets are permitted at Brower Park.
View our Brower Pet FAQ document here.
Park Rules and Regulations
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Brower Park offers 120 seasonal campsites on a lottery basis each camping season. All Seasonal Campsite are full for the 2023 season.
The park offers one picnic shelter for rental. Each pavilion contains picnic tables and has electricity.
Michigan’s Dragon at Hardy Dam
The Dragon is a nonmotorized trail that will propel West Michigan into a premier adventure sports destination providing primarily hiking, running, and mountain biking experiences. The trail is currently under construction, with over 24 miles completed, but final trail system will be a 47-mile linear County Park jointly managed by the Newaygo and Mecosta County Park Commissions. In addition, West Michigan Mountain Biking Alliance (WMMBA) has entered into a volunteer maintenance agreement with the Park Commissions to assist with routine maintenance of this world-class trail system. Get more information and updates on construction and trail conditions here.
2022 Rates & Fees
Brower Park Photos
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