When you fly to Muskegon, experience some of Michigan s scenic beaches along the eastern shores of Lake Michigan. With three state parks and eight county parks, Muskegon County is home to miles of forests, trails and lakes, where you can also enjoy recreational sports, like boating, hiking, bicycling and camping.
To begin your journey exploring Muskegon s beautiful scenery, head over to Lakeshore Trail, which provides a safe path for pedestrians to enjoy walking and bicycling while viewing the city s dunes, parks and lakes. The Musketawa Trail is a paved trail for visitors to explore the environment. It extends the 25 miles between Muskegon and Marne.
Along Lake Express Terminal, you ll run into downtown Muskegon where there are a variety of attractions, like the Muskegon Museum of Art on Webster Avenue and Lakeshore Museum Center on Clay Avenue.
If you re looking for a family-friendly amusement park, Michigan s Adventure is north of downtown Muskegon, and can be accessed via US-31.
Muskegon County Airport (MKG) is located in Norton Shores, about 9 miles from downtown Muskegon. Muskegon has moderately warm summers and snowy winters, with average July highs of 80 degrees and January lows around 18 degrees.
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