Welcome to our little slice of the Lake Michigan shoreline in Muskegon County, Michigan! We’re a 4-season playground with things to see and do for every member of the family – everything from relaxing on the beach or playing in the sand to riding roller coasters and splashing in a water park at Michigan’s Adventure Amusement & Water Park

Our History is Deep. As one of the deepest ports in the Great Lakes, maritime attractions are a must see in Muskegon County. Visit a lighthouse or tour the USS LST 393 Veterans Museum, USS Silversides Submarine Museum, or the S.S. Milwaukee Clipper. Tour Muskegon Lake or enjoy a dinner cruise aboard the Port City Princess.


Downtown Muskegon alone has over 20 restaurant choices to begin your culinary excursion.


You don't have to be Irish to love this Festival! Join us for a traditional Irish beverage, live music or traditional Irish Food.


Muskegon is famous for its long, wide sandy beaches. In fact, our beach is the biggest in West Michigan and loved by kite surfing enthusiasts.


Muskegon County offers a premier destination for freshwater fishing surrounded by waterways including Lake Michigan, inland lakes, streams, and the world-renowned  Muskegon River for year-round fishing action.

Frauenthal Center

This completely restored 1920's movie palace is home to West Michigan Symphony, the Muskegon Civic Theatre and a host of nationally touring events.

USS Silversides

The USS Silversides Submarine Museum features a real World War II submarine that you can tour inside and out year round.

Lakeshore Museum Center

The LSMC is dedicated to preserving and interpreting the natural and cultural history of Muskegon County.

Muskegon Museum of Art

One of the most highly respected art museums in the Midwest, the MMA offers a full schedule of permanent collections & traveling exhibits.