Scuba Diving

Location of sites that are popular for underwater exploration

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Click to center City of Muskegon Harbour Towne Park Access in the map view.
Harbour Towne Beach looks out to Muskegon Lake with a clear view of the channel out to Lake Michigan. Itís a public beach that is a favorite among locals and perfect for getting the bead on Walleye and Salmon fishing activity.
Click to center City of Muskegon Pere Marquette Park Access in the map view.
Pere Marquette is a popular Lake Michigan public beach, located on the south side of the Muskegon Navigational Channel near a historic lighthouse, coast guard station, NOAA Field Station, maritime walkway and the U.S.S. Silversides Submarine Museum.
Click to center Deerlick Creek Park in the map view.
South Haven Township Park
Click to center Duck Lake State Park Access in the map view.
Duck Lake State Park is a day-use park, featuring a towering sand dune.
Click to center Lighthouse Park and Beach in the map view.
Click to center MARYSVILLE BEACH in the map view.
A public beach along the St. Clair River
Click to center P.J. Hoffmaster State Park Access in the map view.
This popular State Park offers camping, swimming, hiking, cross country skiing, and interpretive programs at the Gillette Sand Dune Visitor Center.
Click to center Muskegon Lake Navigational Channel at Lake Michigan in the map view.
The Channel connects Muskegon Lake to Lake Michigan and to the Great Lakes. Large freighters, tugs, sailboats, fishing boats and the Lake Express high-speed, cross lake ferry to Milwaukee all use this scenic, commercial and recreational channel.
Click to center Muskegon Maritime Heritage Pathway in the map view.
The Muskegon Maritime Heritage Walkway is a three-quarter mile walkway along the Muskegon Channel with signage that interprets the areas maritime history.