Muskegon

Muskegon

Experience the beautiful Lake Michigan shoreline in Muskegon County, Michigan!
Enjoy 26 miles of beaches and dunes, three state parks, recreational trails, Michigan's Adventure Amusement Park, and a history as rich as Michigan itself. USS Silversides and LST 393 Veterans Museum,
Hackley & Hume restored Victorian homes, Muskegon Museum of Art, Muskegon Winter Sports Complex, and much more. Cottages, Bed and Breakfasts, and hotels with names you know and trust.
Trails

Muskegon is famous for its miles of paved or rustic trails for biking or hiking. The Hart-Montague Trail and Musketawa Trail offers 24 and 26 miles of paved rail-to-trail recreation. And, three state parks, city and county parks offer options for hiking the signature sand dunes.

USS Silversides

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

Dining

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

Rainbows in the Fall
Irishfest

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

Fall Guy
Fishing

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.

Muskegon State Park
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.