Muskegon has a reason for every season. 
Explore 26 miles of frosted Lake Michigan shoreline and over 60 miles of trails; perfect for winter walks, snowshoeing and fat tire biking.  
Have an outdoor adventure at the Muskegon Luge and Adventure Sport Park. Make warm memories at the Hackley & Hume restored Victorian homes, Muskegon Museum of Art, USS Silversides and much more. 
Adventure Begins Here
Bundle up and take it outdoors.
Photo Courtesy Kristine Tyler
Dining Next Door

Muskegon County offers diverse and delicious options for eating out. Toast the season at a local distillery or microbrewery. The Muskegon Social District is officially open in Downtown Muskegon offering “To-Go” Cocktails

Muskegon Luge & Adventure Sport Park
The Muskegon Luge and Adventure Sport Park is home to the only publicly accessible luge track in the country. The Park also offers 2 acres of outdoor ice skating. Snow bunnies can skate, cross -country ski or snowshoe over miles of wooded and illuminated trails, right along the Lake Michigan shoreline.
Lake Michigan Shoreline

Photo Courtesy Barb Lowry

Hackley Hume Historical Sites

Exquisite examples of Queen Anne style, Hackley Hume Historical Sites are stunning to see year-round, but especially so at the holidays. The rooms and halls are decked with Victorian ornaments, period artifacts, and more. 

Muskegon Museum of Art

Most Muskegon Museums don’t hibernate for the winter.  Come inside, warm up and wonder at the possibilities. 

Muskegon Luge & Adventure Sports Park with Dave Lorenz
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