Muskegon County Convention & Visitors Bureau
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Like sand or snow, the memories made in Muskegon will not be ones to simply brush off. We will stick with you long after your visit to our area. Our sugar sand beaches and dunes are nationally recognized and they offer a perfect natural playground. We will take your visit to a whole new level. Cross Lake Michigan aboard the Lake Express high speed passenger and car ferry from Muskegon to Milwaukee in only 2 1/2 hours. Ride miles of thrills aboard Shivering Timbers Rollercoaster or defy gravity on the Funnel of Fear at Michigan's Adventure Amuseument & Waterpark. Enjoy a live concert on Muskegon Lake during Summer Celebration. Other annual festivals include Unity Festival and the Michigan Irish Music Festival. Experience a rare thrill on the new fiberglass luge at the Muskegon Winter Sports Complex. The complex is open year round. Visit one or all 3 of Muskegon County's state parks for camping, hiking and relaxation. Our area boasts over 60 miles of winding trails for bike enthusiasts. Include history and culture into your visit with Muskegon's Museum of Art, the USS LST 393, the Great Lakes Naval Memorial & Museum and the Hackley & Hume Historic Site all within minutes of downtown Muskegon. Downtown is also home to the Frauenthal Theater which hosts the West Michigan Symphony and many other entertainment and music acts all year.
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