Muskegon, Michigan, is your next Great Lakes getaway! Find adventure and relaxation on the beautiful eastern shores of Lake Michigan. Go to to start planning your trip today.


Known for its live music and unbeatable Lake Michigan views, The Deck is a crowd favorite. To view Pere Marquette Beach while you eat, head to the venue’s Top Deck restaurant for full-service dining or the even more casual Below Deck takeout window and bar.

Groups can grab a nightcap or schedule a daytime tasting at nearby Wonderland Distilling. The Michigan-inspired craft distillery makes whiskeys, gin, and vodka in-house. Its Cocktail Bar features made-from-scratch drinks and a menu of sharable plates and main courses.

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Wonderland Distilling;
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The Muskegon Museum of Art houses a free and permanent collection of American and European artworks and rotating special exhibits. An intimate collection of paintings, sculptures, prints, and drawings adorn the historic building constructed in 1912 in honor of Charles H. Hackley, a loyal advocate for the city.

Learn about the socioeconomic history of the region at the Muskegon Heritage Museum, or dive into naval history aboard the USS Silversides Submarine Museum, a preserved World War II submarine permanently docked on the channel.

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Michigan’s Adventure
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Get your group’s adrenaline pumping on over 60 rides, slides, and attractions, as well as seven stomach-dropping roller coasters at Michigan’s Adventure, the state’s largest theme park. Next door, WildWater Adventure water park boasts 250 acres full of water slides, multiple wave pools, and an epic lazy river.


Follow a 1,514-foot pier at the mouth of the Muskegon harbor channel to the iconic Muskegon South Pierhead Light. Built in 1903, the bright red lighthouse has guided ships and freighters into the harbor for over 100 years.

Main Image: Muskegon South Pierhead Light; Credit: Visit Muskegon