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City of Muskegon Fisherman's Landing - Access to River, Lake or Stream (Click to show on map)
The City of Muskegon's Fisherman's Landing features an improved launch, campground, and fishing area.
City of Muskegon Grand Trunk Launch Ramp on Muskegon Lake - Access to River, Lake or Stream (Click to show on map)
Grand Trunk features a small boat launch, parking, access to the Lakeshore Trail bike path, a wetland boardwalk, picnic shelter and interpretive signage. The Lake Express Muskegon to Milwaukee high speed ferry terminal is located nearby.
City of Muskegon Harbour Towne Park Access - Access to River, Lake or Stream (Click to show on map)
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.
City of Muskegon Hartshorn Marina - Access to River, Lake or Stream (Click to show on map)
Hartshorn Marina is located in the downtown Muskegon area, with access to Muskegon Lake, Muskegon River and Lake Michigan. The Lakeshore Trail bike path is accessible from the launch parking lot area.
City of Muskegon Norman F. Kruse Park Access - Access to River, Lake or Stream (Click to show on map)
This quiet, scenic park is nestled in wooded dunes. It is a popular picnic and swimming area.
City of Muskegon Pere Marquette Park Access - Access to River, Lake or Stream (Click to show on map)
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.
City of Muskegon Richards Park Access - Access to River, Lake or Stream (Click to show on map)
Richards Park is located between the South Branch and the Middle Branch of the Muskegon River.
Giles Landing - at North Creston and Muskegon River - Access to River, Lake or Stream (Click to show on map)
This popular access area to the Muskegon River is lighted and includes parking for approximately 25 vehicles.
Horton Park on Bear Lake - Access to River, Lake or Stream (Click to show on map)
This small township park offers access to the relatively shallow waters of Bear Lake. Bear Lake is connected to Muskegon Lake by a recreational channel near a popular pub and eatery.
Lake Harbor Park Access - Access to River, Lake or Stream (Click to show on map)
This 189-acre park features a Lake Michigan beach and picnic area
Mona Lake Park Access - Access to River, Lake or Stream (Click to show on map)
Mona Lake Park features a boat launch, a covered picnic shelter, parking, lighted fishing pier, beach and sporting facilities. Mona Lake is connected to Lake Michigan by a recreational channel. The park is located nearby the I-96 and US-31 Interchange.
Muskegon Conservation Club - Access to River, Lake or Stream (Click to show on map)
The Muskegon Conservation Club provides access for members and guests. Emergency access is available and additional paddler-friendly amenities are currently being planned.
Muskegon County Heritage Landing Access - Access to River, Lake or Stream (Click to show on map)
Heritage Landing features picturesque views of Muskegon Lake, spectacular sunsets and a variety of festivals and outdoor, recreational opportunities,
Muskegon County Pioneer Park Beach Access - Access to River, Lake or Stream (Click to show on map)
Pioneer Park features a swimming beach and a campground that is accessible from the beach from a wooden stairway.
Muskegon State Park Beach Access - Access to River, Lake or Stream (Click to show on map)
The park features two campgrounds, a swimming beach and pavilion bath house, restrooms, hiking trails, scenic views of large sand dunes and the Lake Michigan shoreline, south of the Muskegon Lake Channel Lighthouse.
Muskegon State Park Snug Harbor - Access to River, Lake or Stream (Click to show on map)
Snug Harbor features a boat launch, parking, picnic pavilion, grills, fishing, swimming on Muskegon Lake and hiking trails to Lake Michigan through wooded dunes.
Muskegon State Park South Channel Campground Access - Access to River, Lake or Stream (Click to show on map)
Muskegon State Park features two campgrounds, a swimming beach and pavilion bath house, restrooms, hiking trails, scenic views of large sand dunes and the Lake Michigan shoreline, south of the Muskegon Lake Channel Lighthouse.
North Muskegon Sports Park - Access to River, Lake or Stream (Click to show on map)
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Putters Creek - Access to River, Lake or Stream (Click to show on map)
Putters Creek offers kayak rentals, mini-golf, slick-track go-karts, ice cream, food, snacks and more. It is located on the scenic Muskegon River, close to campgrounds, Lake Michigan and Michigan's Adventure Amusement Park.
Ross Park Access - Access to River, Lake or Stream (Click to show on map)
Veterans Memorial Park on Muskegon River - Access to River, Lake or Stream (Click to show on map)
Veterans Memorial Park, on Muskegon River at Muskegon Lake is a historically significant World War I memorial park and a tribute to all veterans. Significant effort is underway to restore historic features and passive public outdoor recreation amenities.
Muskegon County Pioneer Park Campground - Campground (Click to show on map)
Pioneer Park is a 145-acre park with 213 campsites, picnic facilities, restrrom and a beach along the Lake Michigan shoreline
Muskegon State Park Lake Michigan Campground - Campground (Click to show on map)
The Muskegon State Park Lake Michigan Campground is located directly across Scenic Drive from Winter Sports Complex, luge and hiking trails through wooded dunes. The historic Blockhouse is nearby, offering a panoramic view of the topography.
Muskegon State Park- South Channel Campground - Campground (Click to show on map)
Muskegon South Breakwater Lighthouse - Lighthouse (Click to show on map)
Muskegon Lake Navigational Channel at Lake Michigan - Maritime History (Click to show on map)
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.
Muskegon Maritime Heritage Pathway - Maritime History (Click to show on map)
The Muskegon Maritime Heritage Walkway is a three-quarter mile walkway along the Muskegon Channel with signage that interprets the areas maritime history.
USS Silversides Submarine Museum - Museum (Click to show on map)