|Van Buren State Park|
Sand Dunes at Van Buren State Park, winter
|Location||Van Buren County, Michigan, USA|
|Nearest city||South Haven, Michigan|
|Area||400 acres (160 ha)|
|Governing body||Michigan Department of Natural Resources|
Van Buren State Park is a 400-acre (1.6 km2) state park on Lake Michigan south of South Haven, Michigan, United States. The park, which is maintained and operated by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, is located in the southwest corner of South Haven Township and the northwest corner of Covert Township, just north of the Palisades Nuclear Power Plant.
Van Buren became a state park in May 1965 when the original 167-acre (0.68 km2) plot was purchased from the Harry LaBar Drake family. Since then two other land purchases have been made to make up the current park. It has forested sand dunes (see photo), modern camping and a popular swimming beach. A state park permit is required for entry.
Directly north of the park is the Van Buren County-owned North Point Conservation Area.