Parks

Weko Beach Campground now accepting Online Reservations!

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Parks Master Plan 2020-2024 Draft

The Five-Year Parks Master Plan will be available for public viewing from December 17, 2019 through January 20, 2020. The plan may be viewed in PDF form above. Hard copies of the plan may be viewed at Bridgman Public Library or Bridgman City Hall anytime during office hours. Public feedback from the draft can be voiced at our public hearing on January 20, 2020 at Bridgman City Hall at 6:30pm or in typed/written form to the Park Director at mroot@bridgman.org.

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Rentals

  1. Weko Beach House
  2. Toth Park Pavilion

Parks, Beach & Campground

  1. Weko Beach
  2. Weko Campground
  3. Toth Street Park
  4. Legion Park

Dogs

Weko Beach Boardwalk connects Weko Beach with the Warren Dunes dog beach directly south of Weko Beach.  Dogs owners may walk their leashed dog down the boardwalk to the dog park beach.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL            269-465-3406 

No Disorderly Conduct

No disorderly or unlawful conduct will be tolerated. Campers and their guests are expected to respect their neighbors’ privacy and their rights to privacy and peace. Please be considerate of others.

Park Rules and Regulations


Attention

We appreciate those who have been making efforts to help clean Weko Beach! However we ask that you not deposit trash next to receptacles. Please deposit large trash directly into the dumpster on the north end of the Beach House. 

Thank you!

Weko Beach showcases 40-acres of wooded dunes and 960 feet of Lake Michigan shoreline in the City of Bridgman, Southwest Michigan. Its sunsets are legendary with plenty of room to gaze as our biggest star slowly descends over a sometimes calm, sometimes wild lake scene. At the precise moment of summer sunsets, live bugle Taps is played on the beach house deck while visitors pause in respectful silence. On eight summer Sundays, evening entrance is free during live band performances. Weko Beach has one of only three "direct access" boat launches in the State of Michigan, especially suited to small fishing and sailing watercraft, kayaks and canoes. It's less than two-hour drive from Chicago, less than three from Ann Arbor, Indianapolis and Detroit. Beach access and the beachside Community Room (for rent) are available year-round, open daily from 4 a.m. to 11 p.m.