Silver Creek Park and Campground
3900 - 134th Ave., Hamilton, MI 49419
Silver Creek Park is primarily an equestrian park and has both day use facilities and a primitive campground. Silver Creek is 320 acres in size and connects to over 25 miles of horseback riding trails. There are 75 campsites in the park, 65 of which are available for horse camping. Silver Creek also has 450 feet of frontage on Silver Creek, which is a spring fed trout stream. You will also find picnic tables and grills available in the day use area. The most beautiful and unique thing about Silver Creek is that the entire park is primarily wooded, providing for plenty of shade in the hot summer months and some spectacular foliage color in the fall. In keeping with the primitive setting, there are no modern restrooms or running water, but there are hand pumps and vault toilets. Silver Creek Park is open year round and has some spectacular fall and winter camping available.
Equestrian Trail System
NOTICE: EQUESTRIAN TRAILS LOCATED OUTSIDE THE SILVER CREEK CAMPGROUND BOUNDARY ARE CLOSED DURING FIREARM DEER HUNTING SEASON NOVEMBER 15 - 30. There are six miles of equestrian trails located within the Silver Creek boundary that can be used during firearm season; please see the Silver Creek campground map for available trails. As always, wear bright colored clothing whenever riding any of the trails in the fall.
Silver Creek Park is one of three main staging areas to access the Allegan County Equestrian Trail System, with Ely Lake and Pine Point being the other two. Silver Creek is connected to over 25 miles of riding trails that primarily run through the beautiful Allegan State Game Area.