The Lake Express Ferry makes daily trips from Milwaukee, Wisconsin to Muskegon during its sailing season of May – October.
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Getaway to Muskegon, Michigan
One of Michigan's featured Beachtowns, Muskegon has 26 miles of sugary sand beaches along the Lake Michigan shoreline, offering a multitude of outdoor recreational activities and breathtaking scenery.
Our many historic points of interest include Hackley & Hume historic sites, lighthouses and a World War II submarine and landing craft. Enjoy Broadway scale plays and entertainment at the Frauenthal Theatre and special events throughout the year like Muskegon Bike Time, the Unity Christian Music Festival, and the Michigan Irish Music Festival. Spend a day of spills and thrills at Michigan's Adventure.
The Lake Express, a high-speed ferry, connects travelers from Milwaukee to Muskegon in 2 1/2 hours with several daily departures.
Muskegon County has a rich history and inviting lakeshore culture waiting for you to discover.
Whatever the season, you'll feel the lake effect the moment you arrive in Muskegon County.
Enjoy over 60 miles of trails and paths for walkers, runners, hikers and cyclists.
From beachfront to a full-service, from quaint and unique to pet friendly, Muskegon has something for everyone!
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