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24 Apartments for rent in Muskegon Heights, MI

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2306 Baker St
2306 Baker St
Muskegon Heights, MI
1 Bedroom
$600
Last updated January 17 at 10:23 AM
2306 Baker St. -- 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom Upper-Level Apartment located 2 blocks East of Peck St. between E. Barney and E. Hovey. Spacious living room.
1 Unit Available
3100 Mona St.
3100 Mona Street
Muskegon Heights, MI
2 Bedrooms
$750
893 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 10:22 AM
3100 Mona - 2 bedroom house located in Muskegon Heights on a corner lot. Nice sized rooms and lots of storage space. Tenant pays gas, electricity and water.
1 Unit Available
3020 Maffett Street
3020 Maffett St
Muskegon Heights, MI
2 Bedrooms
$895
1100 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 08:09 AM
A truly amazing building with timeless design. A large and airy 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom unit with lots of storage, in a great duplex on a quiet tree lined street in Muskegon Heights. Town house living with private entrance, driveway and garage.
1 Unit Available
3137 Sanford St.
3137 Sanford Street
Muskegon Heights, MI
2 Bedrooms
$750
919 sqft
Last updated April 9 at 11:23 AM
3137 Sanford, 2 bedroom house - This 2 bedroom house is situated on a corner lot with a partially fenced in yard. Hardwood floors have been redone. Comes with a stove, fridge, washer and dryer. Tenant pays for gas, electric and water.
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1848 Commerce St
1848 Commerce Street
Muskegon, MI | Marsh Field
2 Bedrooms
$1,025
1600 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 10:23 AM
1848 Commerce - Very cute 2 bedroom 1.5 bath home conveniently located near shopping, restaurants & parks. Home features a wet bar in basement, detached garage, enclosed porch, fenced in backyard & lots of built in storage.
1 Unit Available
866 Emerson Ave
866 Emerson Avenue
Muskegon, MI | Oakview
2 Bedrooms
$825
900 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 17 at 10:22 AM
Two Bedroom Home in Muskegon - Remodeled two bedroom, one bathroom home available for rent in Muskegon just north of Laketon off of Getty. Large enclosed porch leads to open living and dining rooms and one bedroom on the main floor.
1 Unit Available
1596 8th Unit 3
1596 8th Street
Muskegon, MI | Nelson
1 Bedroom
$575
Last updated January 17 at 10:22 AM
1596 8th Unit 3 Available 02/01/21 One Bedroom Apartment in Muskegon - One bedroom, one bathroom apartment available for rent in Muskegon. Recent updates throughout the unit and fresh paint.
1 Unit Available
1111 Emerson Ave
1111 Emerson Avenue
Muskegon, MI | Oakview
2 Bedrooms
$750
Last updated January 17 at 10:22 AM
2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom. New paint and flooring. Full Basement. No Pets. No Smoking. $750 rent / $750 deposit. $35 Application fee for singles; $55 for married couples. Call Jeff, 616-430-1286 No Pets Allowed (RLNE3702122)
1 Unit Available
749 Evanston Ave
749 Evanston Avenue
Muskegon, MI | Angell
3 Bedrooms
$575
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
3 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom Single Family Home Located in the first block East of Getty. It has a separate living room and dining room. The large eat-in kitchen has ample cabinet space. This home has been freshly painted.
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Arbor Crossings Apartments
834 S Sheridan Dr
Muskegon, MI
1 Bedroom
$835
650 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$957
916 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,222
1165 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 01:34 PM
Welcome to Arbor Crossings, your new home in Muskegon, MI. Our friendly atmosphere and spacious apartment homes are the perfect fit for your urban lifestyle. Residents choose Arbor Crossings for its prime location and serene setting.
1 Unit Available
2225 Pleasant Hill Drive
2225 Pleasant Hill Drive
Norton Shores, MI
3 Bedrooms
$1,795
1280 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 11:42 AM
This beautiful home in Norton Shores is available for rent! The home features 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. On the main level of the home you will find the open concept living room and kitchen space.
1 Unit Available
5087 Lake Harbor
5087 Lake Harbor Road
Norton Shores, MI
4 Bedrooms
$1,725
1600 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 10:22 AM
5087 Lake Harbor, Norton Shores - This house has it all! 3 or 4 bedrooms/1bath. There is also a private office with it's own entrance and own full bath! The living room has an electric fireplace that has amazing views.
1 Unit Available
143 Strong Avenue
143 Strong Avenue
Muskegon, MI | Nelson
3 Bedrooms
$1,195
1337 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 10:22 AM
Three Bedroom Home in Muskegon - Gorgeous three bedroom, two bathroom home available for rent in downtown Muskegon, and minutes from the shoreline with off-street parking.
1 Unit Available
1209 Pine St
1209 Pine Street
Muskegon, MI | McLaughlin
3 Bedrooms
$1,095
800 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 08:09 AM
Video Tour: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ixkd16k1Y9s/ New Years & Stimulus Special - New Rent Price $1,095.00/mo for a limited time (For a Remodeled Apartment) was $1,200.00 Plus Christmas Move-in Special = $325.
1 Unit Available
1211 Pine Street
1211 Pine St
Muskegon, MI | McLaughlin
2 Bedrooms
$1,375
870 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 17 at 08:09 AM
Video Tour: https://youtu.be/LVO6ONP4-WA/ New Years & Stimulus Special - New Rent Price $1,375.00/mo for a limited time (For a Luxury Apartment) was $1,500.00 Plus Christmas Move-in Special = $325.
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2 Units Available
Woodland Ridge
18270 Woodland Ridge Dr
Spring Lake, MI
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,000
1025 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 17 at 01:34 PM
This community is tucked into a wooded area. On-site amenities include a dog park, fitness center, outdoor fire pit, and car vacuum. Spacious interiors with a view. Each home offers a patio or balcony.
1 Unit Available
110 W Savidge Street
110 West Savidge Street
Spring Lake, MI | Downtown Spring Lake
1 Bedroom
$1,400
Last updated January 17 at 02:49 PM
Welcome to Epicurean Village! Spring Lakes Newest Development Located in the Village of Spring Lake. Second floor and third floor residential condominiums spaces available ranging from 730 sf to 1,314 sf.
1 Unit Available
1129 Pennoyer Ave
1129 Pennoyer Avenue
Grand Haven, MI | East End
1 Bedroom
$950
Last updated January 17 at 10:23 AM
Beautiful 1 bedroom 1 bathroom house walking distance to downtown Grand Haven. This property boasts hard wood and tile flooring through out. All appliances included. Central air.
1 Unit Available
1314 Washington Ave
1314 Washington Avenue
Grand Haven, MI | East End
3 Bedrooms
$1,500
Last updated January 17 at 10:22 AM
Newly remodeled 3 bedroom house with fenced-in back yard and two stall garage. Large basement with washer dryer hook-up and plenty of storage. All appliances included. Air conditioning.
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City Guide

Muskegon Heights
Beautiful Lake Michigan is just a few miles away in sister city Muskegon, but Muskegon Heights has its own inland lake for residents to enjoy, Mona Lake. That's something to splash about!
Beautiful Lake Michigan is just a few miles away in sister city Muskegon, but Muskegon Heights has its own inland lake for residents to enjoy, Mona Lake. That's something to splash about!

Muskegon Heights is a small city of 10,806 people as of the 2010 census. With four main neighborhoods and an inland lake, Mona Lake, this town is bordered by the larger community of Muskegon, and is a part of the greater Grand Rapids area.

Moving to Muskegon Heights

You'll experience all four seasons here, with winter on the chilly side, and a beautiful flower-filled spring. Bring your heavy coat and enjoy this community. Muskegon State Park offers beautiful lakeside views nearby, year-round.

Muskegon Heights is a community where vacancies are often available, making it relatively easy to find apartment complexes, all-bills-paid apartments and rental properties of all types. All the same, allow yourself at least several weeks to find the right spot, and drive or walk through the city yourself if you can. If not, rely on online listings and local newspapers such as the "Muskegon Chronicle" for rental listings.

Although landlords do have vacancies available frequently, it doesn't mean that they won't still want to see information about your employment and rental history, so have that easy to access. Bring your ID, W2s and bank statements when you're ready to sign a lease, as well.

Moving to Muskegon Heights
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You'll experience all four seasons here, with winter on the chilly side, and a beautiful flower-filled spring. Bring your heavy coat and enjoy this community. Muskegon State Park offers beautiful lakeside views nearby, year-round.

Muskegon Heights is a community where vacancies are often available, making it relatively easy to find apartment complexes, all-bills-paid apartments and rental properties of all types. All the same, allow yourself at least several weeks to find the right spot, and drive or walk through the city yourself if you can. If not, rely on online listings and local newspapers such as the "Muskegon Chronicle" for rental listings.

Although landlords do have vacancies available frequently, it doesn't mean that they won't still want to see information about your employment and rental history, so have that easy to access. Bring your ID, W2s and bank statements when you're ready to sign a lease, as well.

Neighborhoods in Muskegon Heights

There are four main neighborhoods in Muskegon Heights, with the community near Mona Lake boasting the most vacancies. Check out the different areas below to help you with your search.

Wood Street / E Hackley Avenue: Centrally located, this suburban neighborhood is close to major thoroughfare Sherman Avenue. It's a mix of single-family homes and apartment complexes where both owners and renters stake a claim. Most homes were built between 1940 and 1969, although some more historic buildings were constructed before this time. Vacancies are usually not too difficult to find, so you should be able to find apts for rent fairly easily. You'll find G and L Chili Dogs on Sherman Avenue, for when that mood strikes.

Muskegon Heights City Center: You'll find several pleasant parks here, including Rowan City Park and Harris Nature Park, as well as easy access to Route 31. This is a suburban neighborhood in feel, with small- to medium-size homes and apartment complexes including Tiffany Woods. Owners and renters abide in residences built between 1940 and 1969 and many historic structures built prior to 1939. Local businesses and restaurants are also located in this neighborhood, including Parkview Bar and Grill and Kenny's Sandwich Shop.

Route 31 / W Columbia Avenue: This suburban neighborhood often has vacancies, and a portion of the community borders pretty Mona Lake. Here you'll find small- to medium-size single-family residences, and smaller apartment buildings, many built between 1940 and 1969.

Peck Street / W Hackley Avenue: West Heights Park is located in this suburban neighborhood, filled with small homes and apartment buildings. Owners and renters alike live in older residences, many built before 1940 or between 1940 and 1969.

Neighborhoods in Muskegon Heights
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There are four main neighborhoods in Muskegon Heights, with the community near Mona Lake boasting the most vacancies. Check out the different areas below to help you with your search.

Wood Street / E Hackley Avenue: Centrally located, this suburban neighborhood is close to major thoroughfare Sherman Avenue. It's a mix of single-family homes and apartment complexes where both owners and renters stake a claim. Most homes were built between 1940 and 1969, although some more historic buildings were constructed before this time. Vacancies are usually not too difficult to find, so you should be able to find apts for rent fairly easily. You'll find G and L Chili Dogs on Sherman Avenue, for when that mood strikes.

Muskegon Heights City Center: You'll find several pleasant parks here, including Rowan City Park and Harris Nature Park, as well as easy access to Route 31. This is a suburban neighborhood in feel, with small- to medium-size homes and apartment complexes including Tiffany Woods. Owners and renters abide in residences built between 1940 and 1969 and many historic structures built prior to 1939. Local businesses and restaurants are also located in this neighborhood, including Parkview Bar and Grill and Kenny's Sandwich Shop.

Route 31 / W Columbia Avenue: This suburban neighborhood often has vacancies, and a portion of the community borders pretty Mona Lake. Here you'll find small- to medium-size single-family residences, and smaller apartment buildings, many built between 1940 and 1969.

Peck Street / W Hackley Avenue: West Heights Park is located in this suburban neighborhood, filled with small homes and apartment buildings. Owners and renters alike live in older residences, many built before 1940 or between 1940 and 1969.

Living in Muskegon Heights

If you like living near several beautiful bodies of water and enjoying all four seasons, Muskegon Heights is a good spot to choose. In fact, people have been choosing this area for eight thousand years, when nomadic hunters lived in the region, followed by the Ottawa and Potawatomi Native American tribes. The name Muskegon comes from an Ottawa word that means marshy river or swamp, but it's the lakes and pretty Little Black Creek that are the bodies of water most residents enjoy these days.

It isn't only a celebration of boating, fishing and lake shore strolls in Muskegon Heights, though. The area is home to the Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp in nearby Manistee National Forest. The Muskegon Civic Theater holds productions in the area as well.

In adjoining Muskegon, you'll find the West Michigan Symphony Orchestra and one of the founding chapters of -- get ready to sing harmony with your next haircut -- the Barbershop Harmony Society.

Festival Fun

There are plenty of celebrations throughout the Muskegon Heights area too. The Coast West Festival and Muskegon Bike Time both draw visitors nationwide. Over 35,000 bikes participated in the 2013 Bike Time event.

Beach Time

Do you love sand castles and the smell of suntan lotion in the morning? You might be far from the ocean, but one of the prettiest beaches around is located less than fifteen minutes from your doorstep.

Pere Marquette just happens to be one of the prettiest and largest free public beaches on Lake Michigan's eastern shore. Along with stunning white sand and clean waters, sand dunes make the perfect spot for quiet walks, and wind surfers and kite boarders call this spot home. Summertime brings competitions in kiteboarding and volleyball.

Worked up an appetite with all that beach activity? Check out Verdoni's Italian Restaurant, a Muskegon Heights favorite, or grab a taco at Rosita's. There's plenty to nosh on, see and do in Muskegon Heights.

Living in Muskegon Heights
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If you like living near several beautiful bodies of water and enjoying all four seasons, Muskegon Heights is a good spot to choose. In fact, people have been choosing this area for eight thousand years, when nomadic hunters lived in the region, followed by the Ottawa and Potawatomi Native American tribes. The name Muskegon comes from an Ottawa word that means marshy river or swamp, but it's the lakes and pretty Little Black Creek that are the bodies of water most residents enjoy these days.

It isn't only a celebration of boating, fishing and lake shore strolls in Muskegon Heights, though. The area is home to the Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp in nearby Manistee National Forest. The Muskegon Civic Theater holds productions in the area as well.

In adjoining Muskegon, you'll find the West Michigan Symphony Orchestra and one of the founding chapters of -- get ready to sing harmony with your next haircut -- the Barbershop Harmony Society.

Festival Fun

There are plenty of celebrations throughout the Muskegon Heights area too. The Coast West Festival and Muskegon Bike Time both draw visitors nationwide. Over 35,000 bikes participated in the 2013 Bike Time event.

Beach Time

Do you love sand castles and the smell of suntan lotion in the morning? You might be far from the ocean, but one of the prettiest beaches around is located less than fifteen minutes from your doorstep.

Pere Marquette just happens to be one of the prettiest and largest free public beaches on Lake Michigan's eastern shore. Along with stunning white sand and clean waters, sand dunes make the perfect spot for quiet walks, and wind surfers and kite boarders call this spot home. Summertime brings competitions in kiteboarding and volleyball.

Worked up an appetite with all that beach activity? Check out Verdoni's Italian Restaurant, a Muskegon Heights favorite, or grab a taco at Rosita's. There's plenty to nosh on, see and do in Muskegon Heights.

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City Guide

Muskegon Heights
Beautiful Lake Michigan is just a few miles away in sister city Muskegon, but Muskegon Heights has its own inland lake for residents to enjoy, Mona Lake. That's something to splash about!
Beautiful Lake Michigan is just a few miles away in sister city Muskegon, but Muskegon Heights has its own inland lake for residents to enjoy, Mona Lake. That's something to splash about!

Muskegon Heights is a small city of 10,806 people as of the 2010 census. With four main neighborhoods and an inland lake, Mona Lake, this town is bordered by the larger community of Muskegon, and is a part of the greater Grand Rapids area.

Moving to Muskegon Heights

You'll experience all four seasons here, with winter on the chilly side, and a beautiful flower-filled spring. Bring your heavy coat and enjoy this community. Muskegon State Park offers beautiful lakeside views nearby, year-round.

Muskegon Heights is a community where vacancies are often available, making it relatively easy to find apartment complexes, all-bills-paid apartments and rental properties of all types. All the same, allow yourself at least several weeks to find the right spot, and drive or walk through the city yourself if you can. If not, rely on online listings and local newspapers such as the "Muskegon Chronicle" for rental listings.

Although landlords do have vacancies available frequently, it doesn't mean that they won't still want to see information about your employment and rental history, so have that easy to access. Bring your ID, W2s and bank statements when you're ready to sign a lease, as well.

Moving to Muskegon Heights
+

You'll experience all four seasons here, with winter on the chilly side, and a beautiful flower-filled spring. Bring your heavy coat and enjoy this community. Muskegon State Park offers beautiful lakeside views nearby, year-round.

Muskegon Heights is a community where vacancies are often available, making it relatively easy to find apartment complexes, all-bills-paid apartments and rental properties of all types. All the same, allow yourself at least several weeks to find the right spot, and drive or walk through the city yourself if you can. If not, rely on online listings and local newspapers such as the "Muskegon Chronicle" for rental listings.

Although landlords do have vacancies available frequently, it doesn't mean that they won't still want to see information about your employment and rental history, so have that easy to access. Bring your ID, W2s and bank statements when you're ready to sign a lease, as well.

Neighborhoods in Muskegon Heights

There are four main neighborhoods in Muskegon Heights, with the community near Mona Lake boasting the most vacancies. Check out the different areas below to help you with your search.

Wood Street / E Hackley Avenue: Centrally located, this suburban neighborhood is close to major thoroughfare Sherman Avenue. It's a mix of single-family homes and apartment complexes where both owners and renters stake a claim. Most homes were built between 1940 and 1969, although some more historic buildings were constructed before this time. Vacancies are usually not too difficult to find, so you should be able to find apts for rent fairly easily. You'll find G and L Chili Dogs on Sherman Avenue, for when that mood strikes.

Muskegon Heights City Center: You'll find several pleasant parks here, including Rowan City Park and Harris Nature Park, as well as easy access to Route 31. This is a suburban neighborhood in feel, with small- to medium-size homes and apartment complexes including Tiffany Woods. Owners and renters abide in residences built between 1940 and 1969 and many historic structures built prior to 1939. Local businesses and restaurants are also located in this neighborhood, including Parkview Bar and Grill and Kenny's Sandwich Shop.

Route 31 / W Columbia Avenue: This suburban neighborhood often has vacancies, and a portion of the community borders pretty Mona Lake. Here you'll find small- to medium-size single-family residences, and smaller apartment buildings, many built between 1940 and 1969.

Peck Street / W Hackley Avenue: West Heights Park is located in this suburban neighborhood, filled with small homes and apartment buildings. Owners and renters alike live in older residences, many built before 1940 or between 1940 and 1969.

Neighborhoods in Muskegon Heights
+

There are four main neighborhoods in Muskegon Heights, with the community near Mona Lake boasting the most vacancies. Check out the different areas below to help you with your search.

Wood Street / E Hackley Avenue: Centrally located, this suburban neighborhood is close to major thoroughfare Sherman Avenue. It's a mix of single-family homes and apartment complexes where both owners and renters stake a claim. Most homes were built between 1940 and 1969, although some more historic buildings were constructed before this time. Vacancies are usually not too difficult to find, so you should be able to find apts for rent fairly easily. You'll find G and L Chili Dogs on Sherman Avenue, for when that mood strikes.

Muskegon Heights City Center: You'll find several pleasant parks here, including Rowan City Park and Harris Nature Park, as well as easy access to Route 31. This is a suburban neighborhood in feel, with small- to medium-size homes and apartment complexes including Tiffany Woods. Owners and renters abide in residences built between 1940 and 1969 and many historic structures built prior to 1939. Local businesses and restaurants are also located in this neighborhood, including Parkview Bar and Grill and Kenny's Sandwich Shop.

Route 31 / W Columbia Avenue: This suburban neighborhood often has vacancies, and a portion of the community borders pretty Mona Lake. Here you'll find small- to medium-size single-family residences, and smaller apartment buildings, many built between 1940 and 1969.

Peck Street / W Hackley Avenue: West Heights Park is located in this suburban neighborhood, filled with small homes and apartment buildings. Owners and renters alike live in older residences, many built before 1940 or between 1940 and 1969.

Living in Muskegon Heights

If you like living near several beautiful bodies of water and enjoying all four seasons, Muskegon Heights is a good spot to choose. In fact, people have been choosing this area for eight thousand years, when nomadic hunters lived in the region, followed by the Ottawa and Potawatomi Native American tribes. The name Muskegon comes from an Ottawa word that means marshy river or swamp, but it's the lakes and pretty Little Black Creek that are the bodies of water most residents enjoy these days.

It isn't only a celebration of boating, fishing and lake shore strolls in Muskegon Heights, though. The area is home to the Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp in nearby Manistee National Forest. The Muskegon Civic Theater holds productions in the area as well.

In adjoining Muskegon, you'll find the West Michigan Symphony Orchestra and one of the founding chapters of -- get ready to sing harmony with your next haircut -- the Barbershop Harmony Society.

Festival Fun

There are plenty of celebrations throughout the Muskegon Heights area too. The Coast West Festival and Muskegon Bike Time both draw visitors nationwide. Over 35,000 bikes participated in the 2013 Bike Time event.

Beach Time

Do you love sand castles and the smell of suntan lotion in the morning? You might be far from the ocean, but one of the prettiest beaches around is located less than fifteen minutes from your doorstep.

Pere Marquette just happens to be one of the prettiest and largest free public beaches on Lake Michigan's eastern shore. Along with stunning white sand and clean waters, sand dunes make the perfect spot for quiet walks, and wind surfers and kite boarders call this spot home. Summertime brings competitions in kiteboarding and volleyball.

Worked up an appetite with all that beach activity? Check out Verdoni's Italian Restaurant, a Muskegon Heights favorite, or grab a taco at Rosita's. There's plenty to nosh on, see and do in Muskegon Heights.

Living in Muskegon Heights
+

If you like living near several beautiful bodies of water and enjoying all four seasons, Muskegon Heights is a good spot to choose. In fact, people have been choosing this area for eight thousand years, when nomadic hunters lived in the region, followed by the Ottawa and Potawatomi Native American tribes. The name Muskegon comes from an Ottawa word that means marshy river or swamp, but it's the lakes and pretty Little Black Creek that are the bodies of water most residents enjoy these days.

It isn't only a celebration of boating, fishing and lake shore strolls in Muskegon Heights, though. The area is home to the Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp in nearby Manistee National Forest. The Muskegon Civic Theater holds productions in the area as well.

In adjoining Muskegon, you'll find the West Michigan Symphony Orchestra and one of the founding chapters of -- get ready to sing harmony with your next haircut -- the Barbershop Harmony Society.

Festival Fun

There are plenty of celebrations throughout the Muskegon Heights area too. The Coast West Festival and Muskegon Bike Time both draw visitors nationwide. Over 35,000 bikes participated in the 2013 Bike Time event.

Beach Time

Do you love sand castles and the smell of suntan lotion in the morning? You might be far from the ocean, but one of the prettiest beaches around is located less than fifteen minutes from your doorstep.

Pere Marquette just happens to be one of the prettiest and largest free public beaches on Lake Michigan's eastern shore. Along with stunning white sand and clean waters, sand dunes make the perfect spot for quiet walks, and wind surfers and kite boarders call this spot home. Summertime brings competitions in kiteboarding and volleyball.

Worked up an appetite with all that beach activity? Check out Verdoni's Italian Restaurant, a Muskegon Heights favorite, or grab a taco at Rosita's. There's plenty to nosh on, see and do in Muskegon Heights.