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The Parks of Port Huron have something for everyone… swimming, sunbathing, boating, beaches, pools, picnicking, fishing, walking, jogging, volleyball, scenic views, lots of water, softball, tennis, playgrounds, Lake Huron, St. Clair River and the Black River.

NO LIFEGUARDS ON DUTY:  Lakeside and Lighthouse Beach


2019 Beach Parking Season: Memorial Day – Labor Day

2019 Lakeside Beach Parking Fees:
Mon – Fri: 10 a.m. – 7 p.m., Sat & Sun: 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.
– City of PH Resident Day Pass – FREE
– St. Clair County Resident Day Pass – $5
– Out of St. Clair County Resident Day Pass – $20

2019 Lighthouse Beach Parking Fees: Saturday and Sunday: 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.
– City PH Residents Day Pass – FREE
– St. Clair County Residents Day Pass – $5
– Out of St. Clair County Residents Day Pass – $10

2019 Beach Parking Season Pass – All passes purchased after May 24 must be done at either beach location parking booth, located at the entrance of the beach.
– City of PH Residents – FREE
– Fort Gratiot and Port Huron Twp. – $5
– St. Clair County Resident – $35


2019 Lakeside Concessions: New to Lakeside Beach this summer! All Lakeside Beach concessions will now be provided by Kate’s Kabana (Kate’s Downtown). Kate’s Kabana at Lakeside Beach will be open Thursday – Sunday 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. Weather permitting.


2019 Splash Pads Hours:

– Lakeside Splash Pad: Open 7 days a week 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.
– Stebbins Family Splash Pad at Knox Park: Open 7 days a week 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.


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Adopt-A-Park Program
Do you live near a city park or visit on daily? If you do perhaps you would like the opportunity to help keep it in good shape. The City of Port Huron’s “Adopt-A-Park” program is a way to provide a formal means in which volunteers can provide assistance to maintain community park areas. Parks may be adopted by individuals, civic groups, church groups, youth groups, garden clubs, businesses and non-profit organizations. The adoption period is for one year beginning in the spring. After that, volunteers may renew, change locations or terminate the adoption.

Volunteers perform maintenance and beautification activities that are in addition grass cutting, tree trimming and other routine work performed by the City Parks/Forestry Department staff. Adoptee responsibilities include picking up and disposing of any small amounts of trash and other debris on an as-needed basis; notifying the Parks Department of any acts of vandalism or problems in the park. All volunteer projects and activities must first be approved by the Parks Department to ensure that the proposed work is consistent with the plans, goals and objectives of the Parks staff and the Port Huron 2012-2016 Parks and Recreation Plan. For more information, call (810) 984-9751 or visit our website at www.porthuron.org.