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  • Downtown
    Enjoy a huge range of entertainment, dining, shopping and sightseeing opportunities, all within an easy, eye-catching 10-minute walk.
    West Side
    From tigers and coffee to meat markets and Mexican restaurants, the West Side is a fascinating mix of old-school and up-and-coming.
    Grit, growth and creativity characterize this downtown neighborhood, which boasts unique galleries, clever dining spots and many pleasant…
    Heritage Hill
    One of the nation’s top old-house neighborhoods – with 1,300 buildings dating back to 1844 – is just a five-minute walk from downtown.
    Medical Mile
    This world-class health-sciences corridor is spurring new retail and residential developments well beyond its namesake mile.
    North Quarter
    The city’s largest park, tiniest burger joint, oldest sweet shop and newest best-bar winner are just a few of the pleasures that await visitors.…
    Diversity is the hallmark of Southtown, with numerous ethnic groups contributing to a vibrant mix of restaurants, shops and events.
    An eclectic mix of specialty shops, galleries, restaurants and entertainment venues reflect this area’s friendly, funky, fabulous character.


    Twenty-six miles of sugar-sand beaches. Sixty miles of wilderness trails for biking and hiking. Two amusement parks for the price of one. And rich exploration of area history, on land and on water. These are just some of the pleasures that await you Muskegon!

    Noteworthy attractions and events in Muskegon include:

    Beaches. Duck Lake State Park, Pioneer Park, Muskegon State Park, Kruse Park and P.J. Hoffmaster State Park and more - ideal for swimming, tanning, hiking, kite-flying and more.

    Muskegon South Pier Lighthouse. This 1903 tower marks the channel connecting Lake Michigan to Lake Muskegon.

    Michigan's Adventure. Michigan's largest amusement park and water park offers rides for everyone from thrill-seekers to families. Don't miss Shivering Timbers, one of the world's Top 25 wooden roller coasters

    Hackley & Hume Historic Site. Two of the best examples of Queen Anne residential-style architecture in the country.

    Great Lakes Naval Memorial & Museum. Includes a WWII submarine, the USS Silversides, and a Prohibition-era Coast Guard cutter.

    SS Milwaukee Clipper. This "Queen of the Great Lakes" carried thousands of passengers between Muskegon and Milwaukee from 1941 to 1970. Today, this National Historic Landmark is open for tours.

    LST 393. A floating Veterans Museum loaded with artifacts and displays honoring those who served America.

    Winter Sports Complex. Offers Olympic-class luge, ice skating and lighted cross country skiing, plus sledding, ice skating and more.