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A charming town with a breathtaking coastline, Muskegon is a year-round destination. With 26 miles of sandy beaches, 27 inland lakes, and 400 miles of rivers, summer is the perfect time to swim, surf, fish, and boat on Lake Michigan. For those who enjoy the chillier months of the year, winter is crisp, snow-covered, and refreshing with skating, skiing, hiking, and snowboarding. Fall is vibrant and gorgeous with memorable fall foliage views, a pumpkin festival, and plenty of apple picking. Those who prefer indoor venues will enjoy exploring the many museums, shops, restaurants, and breweries in the region.  Thrill seekers should visit The Muskegon Luge Adventure Sports Park featuring an 850′ Olympic-style luge run. In the summer try the fiberglass summer luge, the only wheeled luge in North America.  Whether you are visiting on business or for fun, Muskegon is ready to welcome you with open arms.
Airport information

Muskegon County Airport
99 Sinclair Drive
Muskegon, MI 49441