Muskegon offers miles of Lake Michigan beachfront with a timeless spin on city living. Near the sandy shoreline, this town has a rich history as one of the deepest ports of the Great Lakes, and was once known as the “Lumber Queen of the World.” Its heritage is evident throughout the city, with multiple museums and parks to explore. Muskegon attracts fishers and boaters alike, with inland lakes and rivers to enjoy on top of the enduring landscape. Though camping and beach activities make Muskegon famous as a summer city, plenty is offered to you in the winter months as well. From ice skating through the woods to sledding and snow-shoeing, the views stay equally captivating no matter the season.