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The Weather in Muskegon
Check out the climate diagram for Muskegon. On average, the warmest month is July. Conversely, February is the coolest month in Muskegon, with temperatures going under 19° July is the driest month.
A vacation home at the four-season playground of Muskegon
Nature and outdoor fun aside, Muskegon is replete with history, art and culture too. A rich maritime history manifests itself through the town's working harbors, atmospheric ports and lighthouses. In fact, Muskegon was where the silent film legend Buster Keaton spent some of his most memorable childhood days. Enjoy Muskegon's offerings from the comfort of a vacation home.
History and art unraveled
Get acquainted with the town's illustrious history at the Hackley & Hume Historic Site, the Muskegon Heritage Museum, and the Lakeshore Museum Center. The Muskegon Museum of Art features works by acclaimed American and European artists. Immerse yourself in the town's maritime history at the USS LST 393 Veterans Museum, the USS Silversides Submarine Museum, and the stunning S.S. Milwaukee Clipper.
Muskegon's thriving festival and events scene caters to all tastes and sensibilities. You can also catch up on some local theater and music at the Frauenthal Center.
Kiddie fun, Muskegon-style
Soak in the sun at Lake Michigan's 26 miles of sugar white sand beaches and clear waters. Teach the kids a thing or two about fishing at Fisherman's Landing camping ground, a great spot for pike, bass, trout and salmon fishing.
No one leaves Muskegon without visiting Michigan’s only major amusement and water park, Michigan’s Adventure! Rocket down Shivering Timbers, the world's 5th longest wooden roller coaster, while here.
Plan a day trip to the Muskegon State Park, home to the fantastic Muskegon Luge & Outdoor Sports Complex, designed by an Olympian. Throttle down the 850-foot luge track while here, and do try the fiberglass summer luge. The complex also features the 'Nordic Nights' ski trail system, where you can ski through miles of brilliantly lit trails by night. More winter fun ensues with snowshoeing, ice fishing, ice boating and cross-country skiing options.
Water babies will enjoy sailing or paddle boarding on Muskegon Lake, or some kayaking down the local river.
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