How Close Is It?

  • Just a few minutes drive to the Lake Michigan shoreline.
  • 7 miles to Blue Lakes Fine Arts Camp.
  • 5 miles to Michigan's Adventure Park.
  • 5 miles to Heritage Landing.
  • 9 miles to Muskegon State Park.
  • 7 miles to Muskegon Lake.

There's plenty to do close by!

Local attractions also include theme parks, water parks, forests, hiking trails, picnic areas, cinemas, a playground, and a recreation center.

Local activities feature cycling, tennis, walking & hiking, sailing, fishing, swimming, golf, boating, and water skiing.

For your convenience, we provide a local activities guide, a restaurant dining guide, and maps of the area.

Local Attractions

Lake Michigan - Located a few miles from the Michigan shoreline, Muskegon County has several beautiful beaches with public access to Lake Michigan. Plan on enjoying a day at the beach at one of Muskegon's beaches this summer!

Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp - Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp is a summer school that offers fine arts education. The camp program, which includes music, art, dance, and drama, hosts over 5,000 elementary, junior high, and high school students annually.

Michigan's Adventure Amusement Park - Michigan's largest amusement and water park features over 60 rides and attractions, including six roller coasters, three wave pools, tube slides, body slides, thrill rides, and kiddie rides.

Heritage Landing - Located in downtown Muskegon, Heritage Landing is the home of the Muskegon Summer Festival and Art Fair.

Muskegon State Park - Boasting over two miles of shorline on Lake Michigan, Muskegon State Park's sand beach ranks among the most beautiful in the world.

Muskegon Lake - A paradise for fishers and boaters, Muskegon Lake has several boat launches and marinas to cater to the sailing and boating crowd, while a variety of sport fish, including salmon, trout, and perch, attract the anglers.

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