Muskegon — the largest city on the eastern shores of Lake Michigan — is known for its fun.
Whether hanging out at Pere Marquette Beach to watch kite boarding competitions or professional volleyball tournaments. Or windsurfing and cycling along the pristine shore.
As one can imagine, it is a fisherman’s paradise and nearby Michigan’s Adventure — the state’s largest amusement park — provides roller coasters and a full water park. Even one of Muskegon’s most famous exports — outrageous and influential punk rock icon Iggy Pop — was stage diving well into his 60s.