Muskegon in Southwest Michigan is home to approximately 38,000 people.
The city is located some 90 miles (145 kilometers) from the state capital of Michigan, Lansing and about 85 miles (137 kilometers) from Milwaukee.
Toward the end of the day head to one of the striking beaches such as Grand Haven Beach and Pere Marquette Park Beach and take pleasure in getting back to nature. Kick a ball with the kids, enjoy the breeze and then take a long walk. You will feel relaxed and refreshed.
The Frauenthal Center for the Performing Arts is one of the premier venues to catch the performing arts in Muskegon. After the show, why not grab a table at one of the nearby restaurants, cafes or pubs and sample the region’s culinary specialties.
Set aside some time for the Muskegon Museum of Art, one of the most remarkable museums in Muskegon. Admire the building or see if a tour guide is available and try the interactive exhibits.
If you're visiting Muskegon, head to Michigan's Adventure for hours of fun, laughter and quality time. Don't pass up the opportunity to visit this lively and exciting attraction, offering ear-to-ear smiles for the whole family.
Carve up the fresh powder or enjoy a spot of snowshoeing, Muskegon’s ski areas are the perfect vacation choice no matter what your age or ability. Muskegon Winter Sports Complex is one of the most popular wintersports venues in the region.
If you’re searching for one more experience in in Muskegon, before you leave be sure to visit USS Silversides.