|Coming to North Muskegon in 2011….the continuation of the Musketawa Trail north. The City of North Muskegon is proud to announce that we are applying for a grant to assist us in building a bike trail on the south side of Lake Avenue up through the “four corners” to Mills. This section of trail will be referred to as Phase I and Phase II is scheduled for 2014. Phase II will pick up at Mills, travel north down Witham to connect to Laketon Township’s path that will take you to the State and County Park. A map is viewable here of the proposed bike trail and a regional map if viewable here.North Muskegon is a scenic City nestled between the shores of Muskegon Lake and Bear Lake. We are surrounded by the greater Muskegon area, one of West Michigan’s most popular tourist resorts. From beautiful beaches, stunning forests, and engaging local businesses and attractions, why not make North Muskegon your next vacation spot?Bike trails in the area include Musketawa Trail, the White Lake Pathway and the Hart-Montague Trail. There are many golf courses, the Lakes Mall and many historic sites such as the Hackley & Hume Homes, USS Silversides and the Milwaukee Clipper.Happenings through out the year are many. Heritage Landing is an open air venue and host to a variety of entertainment throughout the summer. Be sure and check the entertainment listed on the right side of this page.www.miadventure.com
Michigan’s Adventure is a Cedar Fair L.P. amusement park located just a few miles from North Muskegon.Frauenthal Center for Performing Arts
The Frauenthal Center for the Performing Arts is comprised of two main buildings which have been joined into one complex. The Center’s flagship is the 1,748 seat Frauenthal Theater, a fully restored historic motion picture palace. In addition to the Theater, this building is home to 4 levels of office space. Adjacent to this complex is the Hilt Building, which is home to the modern 169 seat Beardsley Theater, the Bettye Clark Cannon Gallery and other meeting and support spaces.
Muskegon Museum of Art
Lakeshore Museum Center
West Michigan Whitecaps
Winter Sports Complex
Muskegon Conservation Club – Guardians of our natural resources.
Muskegon Lake Nature Preserve
No matter what the season, there’s always something to do in the North Muskegon Area. The City of North Muskegon is surrounded by lakes. Swimming, boating, fishing, and water skiing are just a few of the activities you see daily. Muskegon Lake is located on our South. Custer Park and the Waterfront Sports Park are both located on Muskegon Lake. Bear Lake is located on our North and is home to the scenic Bear Lake Beach. Lake Michigan is to our West and features State and County Parks along beautiful Scenic Drive.
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