On the LST you can take a tour or take in a movie on summer evenings. You can also rent the boat for an event. Check out their website for more details.
Muskegon State Park has many amenities to offer during every season. The park contains more than two miles of Lake Michigan shoreline and one mile on Muskegon Lake. You could try to find Lost Lake. The Muskegon Winter Sports Complex has the nation's first all-season luge track. You can now luge even in the summer!
Or on the other side of the city, check out P.J. Hoffmaster State Park, which has an excellent interpretive center and boardwalk trails.
Did you know that there are well over 101 things to do in and around Muskegon? Contact me today and I'll see that you get the brochure! You can also visit the Chamber of Commerce or the Visitor's Bureau to purchase a book about things to do in Muskegon County.
Check out this site for more great ideas of things to do inthe area. The schedule of events arranged by month is very handy. Check it out so you don't miss anything fun!
Very close to Muskegon or a day trip away there is so much to do. Click here
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Meijer Gardens is located on Grand Rapids' northeast side. There are frequent events at the Gardens, but even if it's a just plain day, the rain forest or the children's garden with its tree house or the farm or the boardwalk through the swamp will catch your interest. In the summer they have evening concerts out in the amphitheatre. Check out the hours and details here.
Another area attraction is Blandford Nature Center. Although a bit more of a drive (on the Northwest tip of Grand Rapids), there is plenty to do here to take up most of a day. Bring a picnic lunch and walking shoes because everyone will find something to enjoy about this place!