Location: in the back of the DH Day campground between Glen Arbor and Glen Haven.
Parking Lot: This beach is primarily for people staying at the campground but there is limited parking on the campground road.
Restrooms: An accessible vault toilet is located near the trail from the campground to the beach.
Water: Drinking water is available at the campground near the trail to the beach.
Boat Ramp: There is no boat ramp.
Beach Access: The trail to the beach is packed crushed stone from the campground to a boardwalk. The trail is relatively steep going out of the campground. The boardwalk is 4-feet wide and ends at the soft sand of the beach.
Click on the link to see a detailed description of the beach. This report describes obstacles you might encounter from the parking lot to the water’s edge. Cell phone coverage may be limited in the Park, so download and save. DH Day Beach detail
Points of Interest: The DH Day Log Cabin is located next to the trail to the beach. It is sometimes used for ranger-led programs in the summer. DH Day was the first State Park Commissioner in Michigan, and he donated the land for this campground and built the log cabin.