Muskegon County: Accessible Adventures for Everyone

Guest Blog by Jeffrey VanDyke I am a Peer Mentor, Graphic Designer, Social Media Manager, and Community Presenter at Disability Network West Michigan. My job is to talk of accessibility in terms of making the world a better, more inclusive place for others. But I also speak from a practical…

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Drink, Eat, and Beach at The Deck in Muskegon, Michigan

Live Music, Beach Views, and Crave-Worthy Food. The Deck Is a Summer Hot-Spot in Muskegon, Michigan and Definitely Worth Checking Out on Your Trip. Located right on Pere Marquette Park Beach, The Deck offers a one-of-a-kind dining experience rave about to your friends and family. The outdoor area is…

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Travel with Your Teen

Guest Blog by Tonya Denmark, Detail Oriented Traveler Do you struggle to find things to do with your teenagers in the summer? I’ll admit, growing up in Muskegon, I didn’t realize how great it was to live there or just how much there is to do. Now that I have my own teenagers, I get to see what they…

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Ten Winter Activities in Muskegon, Michigan

This Great Lakes Beach-town has a reason for every season. Nestled between 26 miles of Lake Michigan shoreline and three state parks, Muskegon Michigan is a visitor’s dream for winter-time fun and recreation. Here are ten ideas to warm up your winter adventure when you visit Muskegon 1 Discover the…

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Muskegon's Newest Gem: Dune Harbor Park

Muskegon County's newest outdoor haven, Dune Harbor Park, is now fully open to the public! This gem, a testament to collaboration and generosity, offers stunning scenery, diverse wildlife, and miles of trails for hiking and exploration. Photo by Lillian Dotzlaff A Dream Realized: Dune Harbor Park…

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Wide Open Outdoors

Looking for space to enjoy the great outdoors, breathe in some fresh air and delight in the scenery? Muskegon County has an abundance of nature suited to your desires. According to the Muskegon Area-Wide Plan, we have 337,088 acres of land in Muskegon County. Of that, nearly 162,200 acres (48…

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