Getting Here

By Car

Easily accessible by car, Muskegon is just three hours from Chicago and Detroit via major interstates. Our centralized location in the Midwest allows for a great long weekend trip from many other areas.

Distance From:

  • Cleveland- 340 miles- 5 hours
  • Indianapolis- 260 miles- 4.5 hours
  • Cleveland- 340 miles- 5 hours
  • Columbus-350 miles- 6 hours
  • Louisville- 380 miles- 6.5 hours
  • Toronto- 400 miles- 6. 5 hours

By Air

Fly directly to Muskegon. The Muskegon County Airport (MKG) offers daily flights to Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD), with 180 connections to destinations across the US and around the world.

If you can’t fly into Muskegon, Gerald R. Ford International Airport is only a short 50 minutes’ drive to our beachside community.

By Water

Skip the ride around Chicago, and travel by boat directly to Milwaukee! Only a 2.5 hour ride, the Lake Express Ferry allows you to sit back and relax as they travel across Lake Michigan.

Another great way to see the Western coast of Michigan is through Great Lakes Cruises. Drop in and spend the day in Muskegon, then head back to your ship to prepare for your next port of call.

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Muskegon County Airport (MKG) is a public-use facility owned and operated by the County of Muskegon to meet the current and future aeronautical needs of the West Michigan Shoreline region and its citizens. It is our mission to provide a safe, efficient, and user-friendly airport.