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This historic 2.3 acre park located in Downtown Muskegon was designated to the City in 1890 by Charles H. Hackley. You can’t miss this park with its 80 foot soldier’s monument located in the center with statues on the corners to honor Civil war veterans. This park hosts many events including Parties in the Park in the summer and Christmas events in the winter. Bench seating available to sit and relax during your visit.
350 W Webster Ave, Muskegon, MI 49440
Want a warmer beach when Lake Michigan water is too cold? Harbour Towne Beach often misspelled as Harbor Town is just a hop, skip and a jump around past the U.S.S. Silversides, Docker’s Restaurant and around to the backside of Muskegon Lake. If your GPS stops you at USS Silversildes, just keep driving to the end of the road. A shallow beach with quick drop-offs so pay attention to the water markers. This area is also a good choice fishing and calm wave kite and windsurfing, paddle boarding, kayaking and other small water craft sports. Parking lot must be used instead of culdesac and a porta-potty is usually found on site during the summer season. This beach is very popular for ice fishing in the winter months. Boat access can be made by docking at Harbour Towne Marina or Docker’s restaurant.
3315 Fulton Ave, Muskegon, MI 49441
Muskegon’s oldest known cemetery originating back to the early 1800s. Located near Muskegon Lake with scenic views.
330 Morris Ave Muskegon, MI 49440
Not a park as much as it is just a public boat launch into Muskegon Lake next to the old Paper Mill on Lakeshore Dr. You do have to pay to use this boat ramp but it’s self serve for those who come in last minute. Limited parking, small beach better for fishing than swimming and a port-a-potty located on site during warmer months.
2912 Lakeshore Dr, Muskegon, MI 49441
Sometimes called Wesley Ave Park, this place has a lot to offer and most people may not even know it exists. On the corner of Marquette Ave and East St. Multiple playgrounds, baseball and softball fields, Many Soccer fields, Basketball court, picnic area and shelter, grill, public porta-pottys, partially wooded, and a spray fountain.
2300 East St Muskegon, MI 49442
With a name that does not sound like a park and comes from a project from United Way, this small site is limited, but fun for the kids. Just under 1 acre, there’s a playground, some open space and a nice white and short picket fence to corral the little ones from outside worries while parents relax and watch their kids play. Next to Samuel Lutheran Church Downtown Muskegon.
521 W Muskegon Ave Muskegon, MI 49440