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Camping

The Grassy Knoll Camping

RV camping is sold out, but our friends at The Grassy Knoll (our camping sponsor) have an off-site camping ground with a shuttle service where you can camp Friday and Saturday! 

STAY WITH US

Burning Foot Beer Festival is located at Pere Marquette Beach and the event runs from 3 pm – 9 pm. Lakeshore Brewers Guild Enthusiast Members will be allowed to enter at 2 pm. Traffic at the beach will be very busy this time of year so we encourage you to arrive early!

There are two different campgrounds to choose from:
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TENT CAMPING

The tent camping entrance will be right next to the event grounds. The entire campground is in the sand and all sites are rustic (no power or water). The tent camping entrance will be just off the sidewalk with a large white tent at the entrance. There are 250 tent campsites available. If you have trouble finding the entrance, visit the information tent to get assistance.

Tent sites can be set up starting at 9:00 AM the morning of the event. There will be a check-in at the Tent Camping entrance. At check-in, you will receive your site number and your camping wristbands.

SOLD OUT: CHANNEL PARK RV CAMPING

The camping entrance will be just off Beach Street at the top of the circle. We will have direction signage as you get close, and we will have staff there to help get you checked in and parked. You will see a large white tent on the right with entrance signs. Space is limited at the RV Park – there are only 16 spots available. If you have trouble finding the RV entrance, visit the information tent to get assistance. 

RV/Trailer sites can be set up starting at 9:00 AM the morning of the event. There will be a check-in at the RV/Trailer camping entrance. At check-in, you will receive your site number and your camping wristbands.

GENERAL INFO AND RULES FOR CAMPGROUNDS

New to the Muskegon area or coming in from out of town for the festival? Not sure where to stay or eat? Check out Visit Muskegon for all your local info. www.visitmuskegon.org.