Muskegon has become one of the top tourism destinations in the Midwest! Accompanying the attractions and amenities that Muskegon has to offer are a vast selection of places to stay that meet any request or budget. From the charm of a quaint bed and breakfast or the pampering of a luxury hotel, to the beauty of the lakeshore's campgrounds under the stars and quiet cottages on the water's edge, all of these choices are yours to experience right here in Muskegon!
You're just a click away from great places to stay in and around the Muskegon Lakeshore. Use the links below to find your next destination...
From our vibrant downtown shopping district to our eclectic shops scattered throughout the region, Muskegon is the regional lakeshore center for retail services.
In the heart of downtown, you'll find an ambitious pedestrian-friendly enviornment with specialty shops, museums, hand-made goods, Hot Rod Harley Davidson and more.
This 700,000 square-foot regional shopping complex encompasses 70 stores and eight restaurants. Smaller malls, banks, office parks, health care facilities, hotels and condos are all located nearby. For a full list of shops, visit The Lakes Mall online. Also check out stores accross the street in the Lakeshore Marketplace and along Harvey Street.
Boat, bike, walk, or motor west from downtown Muskegon along Muskegon Lake to discover this unique former actors colony featuring galleries, shops, restaurants, marinas, charter boats, and bike rentals. This historic area is also home to America's first high speed auto ferry, The Lake Express.
The quaint towns of Montague and Whitehall face each other on the shores of White Lake, just 17 miles north of Muskegon. These picturesque communities are popular tourist destinations offering a peaceful way of life along with incredible recreational, shopping, dining, and high-tech job opportunities.
Growers from all over the region gather weekly to sell their produce and goods directly to the public. The region's farms are recognized for cherries, blueberries, peaches and apples. The areas farmer's markets including Muskegon, Montague, Muskegon Heights, and Sweetwater organic market. Stay tuned...the Muskegon farmer's market is moving in 2014! Click here to learn more about the new project and to track it's progress.
There is plenty to do along the Muskegon Lakeshore for everyone from the outdoor enthusiest to the arts and culture enthusiast.
If you're in to sports and recreation...
Or, arts, culture and entertainment:
Muskegon has many great festivals and events that take place year round.
For a complete list of upcoming events and activities be sure to visit the Muskegon Convention and Visitor's Bureau.