Top Ten Winter Instagrams of 2022

Muskegon County is not only blessed with beautiful scenery, but also with talented photographers. The imagery captured through the lens of West Michigan shutterbugs is especially stunning when it snows. Just take a look at our Top Ten Winter Instagrams below. Like to see all the wonderful…

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Muskegon County: Hot Spot for Ice and Winter Fishing

With so many frozen lakes, rivers and ponds, Muskegon County is a hot spot for ice and winter fishing. Photo Courtesy of Kevin Lukens Muskegon County offers some of the finest freshwater fishing in the world. There are more than 27 miles of Lake Michigan waterfront, 57 inland lakes and 400 miles of…

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Top Five Sledding Hills of Muskegon County

Pack your winter wear, favorite mittens and sled - and head for the beachtown with "a reason for every season" - Muskegon, Michigan. Photo Courtesy of Blair Celano: Follow on Instagram at @cleanopics Sleigh the snow covered dunes along our 26 miles of Lake Michigan Shoreline. Photo Courtesy of…

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Muskegon: The Birthplace of Snowboarding

Did you know Muskegon is the birthplace of the snowboard? Originally called the “Snurfer” it was invented in 1968 by Sherm Poppen and manufactured by Brunswick - both right here in Muskegon! On Christmas Day 1965, Sherm Poppen took his daughters to the snow covered dunes of Lake Michigan for a…

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Five Ways to Keep Your Healthy New Year Resolutions

At the conclusion of the holiday season, many people make a resolution to improve their health in the new year. Fierce Healthcare reported that 55% of Americans resolve to eat healthier, lose weight and increase physical activity. Were any of these aspirations for your upcoming year? If the answer…

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Lost Lake: Discover a Hidden Gem in Muskegon County

Take a stroll through Muskegon State Park and discover a hidden gem, Lost Lake. Lost Lake is a rare coastal plain marsh and bog; a beauty of nature and accessible only by trail. This pond-like lake a treasure-trove of unique plants, wildflowers, waterfowl and birds. Follow the Lost Lake…

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Winter is Coming to West Michigan!

Get those hats and gloves ready, Winter is Coming! It's back again! La Niña conditions have officially developed and are expected to remain in place through the the winter of 2021-22. According to NOAA, La Niña winters tend to favor above average snowfall around the Great Lakes. Therefore we think…

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