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Muskegon, Michigan, offers a perfect blend of natural beauty and neighborly warmth. Located along the scenic shores of Lake Michigan, the city provides stunning lakefront views and abundant recreational opportunities. Enjoy a day on the water at Kruse Park, or head inland to the Muskegon Museum of Art. Muskegon has a rich agricultural industry coupled with a thriving coastal community. Live out your lakeside dreams in Muskegon, Michigan.
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River Haven Village
Grand Haven, Michigan
Enjoy the best of countryside living with tennis courts, basketball courts, a fitness club, community dinners, and on-site RV storage facilities. Discover nearby boat launches, bike paths, nature trails, excellent shopping, and dining.View Community about River Haven Village
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Frequently Asked Questions
- What are the best things to do in Muskegon?
In addition to lakeside play, there are stunning gardens, historical sites, and museums in Muskegon. Don’t miss:
- Hackley & Hume Historic Site
- Muskegon Heritage Museum of Business & Industry
- Muskegon South Pierhead Lighthouse
- USS Silversides Submarine Museum
- Muskegon South Breakwater Light
- Muskegon Museum of Art
- Park Row Mall
- Pere Marquette Park
- USS LST 393 Veterans Museum
- Muskegon Market & Mercantile
- What are the best places to eat in Muskegon?
Muskegon is best known for its water sports, but it also boasts a thriving casual dining scene. You shouldn't miss the Hearthstone, the Station Grill, Fatty Lumpkins Sandwich Shack, Toast ‘N Jams, and Hank’s Tavern.
- What is Muskegon best known for?
The area’s expansive freshwater as well as Lake Michigan Harbor are prized for sailing regattas, exceptional fishing, water sports, and pleasure boating. The Harbor is a beautiful commercial- and cruise-ship port.
- How is the weather in Muskegon?
Muskegon's four distinct seasons include warm summers, snowy winters, along with more temperate springs and falls full of brightly colored foliage. Temperatures rarely dip below 6°F or rise above 87°F. Peak warm-weather tourism stretches between mid-June and early September.
- Does Muskegon have public transportation?
The Herman Ivory Terminal is home to local bus service and the Muskegon Area Transit System. Check out Go2, a dynamically routed on-demand public transit service throughout the Metro Muskegon area. Uber and Lyft are also available.