Muskegon State Park is home three miles of breathtaking shoreline (two miles along Lake Michigan and one mile on Muskegon Lake), Snug Harbor, forested dunes, two campgrounds, picnic areas, multiple trails and an overlook. Modern and semi-modern campsites (some sites with 50 amp service), mini-cabins and a yurt. Sun bathing, swimming, picnicking, fishing, boat launch, ice fishing. Twelve miles of marked and groomed hiking trails, with five miles (8 kilometers) lighted for all levels of cross-country skiers. Replica of an historic fort blockhouse overlooking Lake Michigan and sand dunes. Metal detecting area.
Even a novice adventurer will love the variety of winter recreation options at the popular Muskegon Winter Sports Complex. An Olympian-designed luge track, an ice skating trail through the woods, a sledding hill, cross-country ski trails and many more activities are part of the fun. A ticket is required. helps visitors explore areas of the park where traditional wheelchairs might not. These off-road, electronic chairs can easily handle trails, snow, sand and up to 8 inches of water and are available on a first-come, first-served basis at no cost.