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There is still plenty of summer left to enjoy in White Lake!

Look no further than the shores of the White Lake Area. Whether you want to shop, visit local attractions, enjoy a delicious meal, or just relax in the sand, Montague and Whitehall are the perfect destinations for your next adventure this summer! With many changes to everyone’s summer festivities, it’s easy to forget how much you can have with the simple joys.

First, you’ll want to grab your mask to start your morning off with a visit into Downtown Montague or Whitehall to grab coffee and morning breakfast. Make sure to fuel yourself for a day full of adventure! Sip your iced coffee and enjoy a light read of one of your favorite books. The relaxed lifestyle of the White Lake Area will lead you to a carefree day of fun! You’ll have great opportunities to explore the area as we flow into the end of summer. 

After you’ve got your morning started, stop by any trail head of the famous Hart-Montague Trail State Park. Whether you choose to head North or South, you are bound to navigate your way through the natural beauty and landscape West Michigan offers you! A social distancing approved summer adventure awaits!

Work up an appetite? Stop by one of our amazing restaurants to grab your lunch and bring it to the White River Light Station, lovely parks, or lookout areas. Many of our dining destinations offers an array of delicious lunch options along with outdoor seating or takeaway options.

Continue your afternoon of outdoor adventures with a visit to one of our You-Pick Farms to grab some fresh blueberries or rent paddle boards, kayaks, canoes, or even a boat to explore fun outdoor activities! There is plenty of room in our quaint community to spread out and maintain your distance. This is an opportunity to explore this area’s outdoor wonder. Once you’re wiped out with all of these activities, treat yourself to a relaxing evening at any of our public beaches or outdoor patio seating at a local restaurant or brewery.

Summer is still happening here at the shores of White Lake.