...An area full of development, cultural opportunities and year-round recreation that continues to evolve and excite. Muskegon is a region with a plan: to unite in successful enterprises, revel in stunning natural resources and amenities, support tourism and provide quality of life that includes a range of residential communities in safe, friendly neighborhoods.
The knowledge-based economy is buoyed by the inventive entrepreneurs bringing the latest in technology and advancement to the area, as well as business owners who are the backbone. They're supported by family-owned businesses and service jobs that cater to visitors who flock to West Michigan to enjoy one-of-a-kind shopping opportunities, pristine beaches, protected dunes and lush lakes and rivers.
Globally-minded citizens find a home in Muskegon, where well-paying jobs support families who volunteer in area organizations, boost local schools and boast about their hometown.
Word has indeed gotten out. Forbes magazine ranks Muskegon as No. 11 nationwide for culture and leisure venues among cities its size. Also Muskegon's pristine award winning beach mirror those of our neighbor to the north, Sleeping Bear Dunes - recently voted the most beautiful place in America.
Muskegon is setting the pace in Michigan and beyond by tirelessly reinventing itself. Its neighborhoods, community parks, businesses and healthcare providers are continually improving services, streets and buildings, resulting in a fresh look with almost every visit.
Our two-side fold out map of Muskegon and Muskegon County is a great resource for visitors and locals alike to find the many treasures our communities offer. It's a handy size to store in your glove box; use it to find shopping, beaches, businesses, parks and other key points of interest.
The map is free and can be picked up at the Chamber office, 380 W. Western Ave. in downtown Muskegon, or at our various hotels, marinas, restaurants and other member locations.
Meanwhile, the Chamber provides a free electronic version of the map that can be downloaded to your computer. Click the picture of the map to the left of this story to get started.
This popular, handy pocket-guide highlights the best of Muskegon! Find 85,000 are printed annually and distributed locally and regionally. Visitors Guides are located at various restaurants, hotels and retailers throughout the community. You can stop by the Chamber at any time to pick up a copy as well or call us for more information. Click here to open a new visitors guide.