Henry's Landing is a small family run campground with 41 sites right on the river's edge. From your site you can swim, fish, kayak or simply kick back and watch the river go by.

You will love the peaceful relaxation.

“I would never use a different canoe livery on the pm!”



"I can't express how grateful I am to Josh and Tess for everything they did to make our trip everything we were hoping it would be. It isn't often you find two individuals who are as genuine and just all around awesome as Josh and Tess. Thank you, for everything you did for my friends and I, and we will definitely be back soon."

​Your home for Summer fun

and the salmon run!

FISH

​SEASONAL SALMON FISHING

CAMP 

ON THE PERE MARQUETTE RIVER

Henry's Landing is a small privately owned campground nestled along the banks of the peaceful Pere Marquette River, a National Wild & Scenic River.  We are located in Scottville, MI, only about 9 miles east of the beautiful beaches

of Ludington, MI. 


Henry's Landing is simply a place where friends and families gather together to enjoy life on the river!


The Pere Marquette River offers wonderful fishing throughout the changing seasons. Steelhead, Suckers, Brown & Brook Trout, Bass, Northern Pike and of course, SALMON to name a few! Our tackle shop is stocked with everything you need.

Henry's Landing   Campground & Canoe Rental

The Pere Marquette River is a great river for beginners and families. It's sandy bottom, abundant wildlife and gentle current make it a favorite among frequent floaters. It's sure to be a fun and enjoyable experience!

Hospitality is our top priority!

Click here for information


on how to reserve campsites.


We do not take reservations online.

FLOAT  

CANOE ~ KAYAK ~ TUBE ~ SUP

"COULDN'T ASK FOR A BETTER

PLACE TO CAMP."


"Josh and Tess are the best hosts. Being able to float the river right to your site is the best."



"Best place to let the worlds issues slip away. The friendliest owners you could every ask for. Make it a destination vacation for yourself. Enjoy a site on the Pere Marquette River and let your troubles drift downstream."