Whatever the season, you feel the lake effect the moment you arrive in Muskegon County. It’s in the way the sun shimmers on the water, the snow falls gently on an upturned palm, and that impossibly happy look on your children’s faces. It’s the feeling you get in Muskegon County.
Spring marks the beginning of the much anticipated golf season. As the snow melts and a deep green returns to the region, make plans to golf the lush “Michigan Riviera” at a variety of local courses.
Visit our many attractions, ride or walk miles of scenic recreational trails, or spend time outdoors on our 26 miles of sugar sand beaches along the shores of Lake Michigan.
Fall marks the transition to cooler weather with vibrant colors everywhere, especially along our scenic roads. There’s still time to enjoy our area’s 3 state parks or 8 county parks for camping, hiking, or pedaling over 60 miles of recreational trails.
In the winter, it’s easy to catch our drift! Winter means falling snow and dropping temperatures, but there’s no lull in activities in Muskegon County! Learn to luge (yes, luge!), snowshoe, cross-country ski or skate along miles of lighted, groomed trails at the Muskegon Winter Sports Complex.