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Muskegon is 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, to sliding down an 850-foot luge track at the Winter Sports Complex, you’ll find something to do all year round!

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Beach: Enjoy 26 miles of sugar-sand beaches on the shores of Lake Michigan. Collapse in a beach chair with a favorite book or make sand castles for hours.

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Muskegon lodging facilities offer full-service hotels and brands you know and trust throughout the county.

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Check out Muskegon’s neighborhoods to find eclectic and fun places to browse and shop!

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Dine with waterfront views, farm fresh and seasonal menus in Muskegon County!

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Tour a historic ship, speed down a luge run, or scream as you rocket down Thunder Hawk’s next bend.

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Winter Lake Michigan

A Winter Guide To Michigan Beachtowns

Plan your winter vacation in Western Michigan along Lake Michigan’s coast to enjoy beautiful scenery and exhilarating activities. Lake Michigan Beachtowns are full of wonder in winter. Marvel at natural ice sculptures as they form before your eyes along the shoreline, or cozy up inside a charming winery, restaurant, or boutique. Tour colorful Christmas lights… Continue reading

Halloween In Muskegon

How to Halloween in Muskegon!

Muskegon offers SO many unique ways to get your chills and thrills! We love this time of year; and know you will too! The chills and thrills range from historical to hysterical.  We have compiled a list of not too frightful fun for the little ones, eerie entertainment for the entire family, and ghostly good-times for… Continue reading

Visit Muskegon Depot to Depot Fall Color Tours

Experience Michigan’s beautiful autumn, and a fun fall tradition. Visit Muskegon presents the 15th Annual “Depot to Depot Fall Color Tour”. 🍁 For three Saturdays we invite you to celebrate the vibrant colors of our woods, dunes and water! Drive your car or ride your bike along this self-guided route that stretches from the Muskegon… Continue reading

fall colors lake

A Fall Guide To Michigan Beachtowns

Fall in West Michigan is one of the most beautiful times of the year. The West Michigan Lakeshore offers a wide range of fall activities, including extraordinary fall color tours through the natural landscape, apple picking, cider tours, hayrides and more. The robust red, orange, and yellow canopy over the fall trails and the historic… Continue reading

White River Light House

Visiting Muskegon, MI on a Budget

Visiting Muskegon, MI on a budget Traveling on a budget can be hard, with transportation and accommodations taking up a chunk of the budget, it can be hard to find interesting places and activities to visit while on a trip. Muskegon, MI, however, plays host to a range of activities that will satisfy all travelers,… Continue reading

Silversides Outdoor

Make Muskegon Your Maritime Stop!

Make Muskegon Your Maritime Stop! Known for their abundant history in lumber, manufacturing and shipping, Muskegon is also home to two, very important, World War II maritime vessels. The USS Silversides is a historic Gato class (built for the US Navy launched between 1941–1943) submarine. During her service, she received 12 battle stars and was… Continue reading

Coney Land with American Flag

The Magic of Ice Cream

‘Come sit with me, both of you,’ she said. ‘We’ll talk of strange ice creams and such things as we seem to have a bent for.” ~  Ray Bradbury, Dandelion Wine Dandelion Wine is the enchanting American novel of a young, Midwestern boy’s magical summer. Naturally it includes ice cream…because what is summer without this delicious,… Continue reading

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The Fish Monger’s Wife

The winter ice has melted from the lakes of Muskegon County. There will soon be blooming daffodils, robin sightings…and a lot more fishing! Another welcome sign of Spring is the anticipated re-opening of The Fish Monger’s Wife. The Fish Monger’s Wife celebrates the tradition of America’s First Industry – Commercial Fishing. Owners Amber Mae and… Continue reading

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Discover the outdoors in Muskegon County. Boasting three state parks, miles of multi-use trails, two major paddle sport rivers and 26 miles of beaches, Muskegon County is the outdoor recreation hub of Michigan’s sunset coast, ever season of the year.

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