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Find Your Outdoor Adventure

Muskegon's slice of the Lake Michigan shoreline features 26 miles of sandy beaches, including a nationally certified clean beach, Pere Marquette Park. Walk or hike the dune trails in one of three state parks and seven county parks. Muskegon County attracts recreational boaters and fisherman alike to a collection of inland lakes and rivers. With over 60 miles of trails to weave through the area, follow them to a deck or patio for a sunset toast.

Hike & Bike

Hit the Trails

Whether you're looking for a scenic hike or a heart pounding mountain bike workout, Muskegon County has the adventure for you! Enjoy a 10k trail run or a pristinely groomed fat bike trail at Mosquito Creek Trails, while the Hart-Montague and Musketawa Trails offer 24 and 26 miles of paved rail-to-trail recreation. To top it all off, three state parks and numerous county and city parks offer options for hiking our signature sand dunes.

Cool Down

On the Water

Muskegon is a boater’s paradise offering sailing adventures, boat/kayak rentals, and many marinas and yacht clubs. Muskegon Lake connects to Lake Michigan and is a natural harbor for all types of watercraft activities and fun.

Stop & Smell the Roses

Parks & Gardens

Muskegon County has so much to offer, including outdoor activities for all seasons, amazing parks, beautiful gardens, and the Lake Michigan coastline.

Hit the Links


Muskegon County is home to over 15 scenic public and private golf courses that welcome golfers of varied skill levels from early spring through late fall.

Find yourself in Muskegon.