Have some fun in the great outdoors with recreational activities for the entire family.

Find your ideal spot, cast out your line and enjoy some fishing on one of Hersey’s two rivers.  The Hersey and Muskegon rivers are an angler’s dream offering a variety of fish species, and both rivers are Michigan designated trout streams.  Additionally, the Muskegon has been ranked by Field and Stream as a top twenty river in the nation.

Blodgett Landing’s Playground
Climb, slide and play to your heart’s content at our fun and safe playground located in the heart of the Campground near the Picnic Pavilions. Let’s play!

Whether one-on-one pickup game or a friendly game of HORSE, hit the court with family and friends.

Enjoy a friendly game on our sand court. You, your friends and family are sure to have fun whether you’re a sports enthusiast or sideline fan.

Biking & Hiking
The Pere-Marquette Rails-to-Trails is located a half mile from Blodgett Landing and offer 27 miles of continuous paved biking and hiking trails. There are also hiking paths located throughout the park.

Mosaic Park
Built on reclaimed land and dedicated in 2009, Mosaic Park offers a fully equipped playground, picnic pavilions and a beautiful gazebo all within walking distance of Blodgett Landing. Since its dedication, this park has become an extremely popular location for birthday parties, family reunions and weddings. For more information and availability, contact the Blodgett Landing park office.

Water Sports
The Hersey and Muskegon Rivers are the perfect waterways for canoeing, tubing or kayaking. Bring your own equipment and enjoy two different experiences both leading right to the banks of Blodgett Landing.

Play 18-holes at the Spring Valley Golf Course featuring all the hallmarks of Michigan golf, less than a five (5) minute drive from Blodgett Landing. Spring Valley also features a 10 tees driving range. For more information or a tee time, please call (231) 832-5041.

Osceola Quilt Trail
The Osceola Quilt Trail celebrates Osceola County’s rural life and heritage. The trail engages communities to make public art based on the traditional, and quickly vanishing, art of quilting, and it encourages others to visit and explore the places we love. There are six quilt blocks to be found in Hersey. For more information about the Osceola Quilt Trail, please visit osceolaquilttrail.org.