1675 E. Sherman Blvd.
Muskegon, MI 49444
Phone: (231) 739-9092
Fax: (231) 739-2264
Promoted as "The City Of Friendly People", Muskegon Heights was incorporated as a city in 1903. This Muskegon County city is on the south of Norton Shores and is a few miles from the eastern shore of Lake Michigan. Though a small town, it has its own water filtration plant and an inland lake. Some of the interesting sites to visit are the James Jackson Museum of African American History and the Rowan Park.
Known by several names such as "Lumbertown", "Port City", "Lumber Queen of the World" and "Skeetown", Muskegon enjoys its location on the banks of the Michigan River and the Muskegon Lake. Human settlement existed here seven-thousand years ago. Today it's known for its cultural life which sees the Michigan Irish Music Festival and Unity Christian Music Festival being held annually.
Grand Haven was first settled by French Settlers who set up a fur trading post which led to the economic prosperity of this city which was incorporated in 1867. Today it attracts visitors for its lighthouse, wharfs, piers, boating, swimming, kayaking and fishing opportunities that abound in plenty.
Fremont, located in Newaygo County, is named after the American military officer and explorer John C. Fremont. Originally inhabited by Native Americans, it was incorporated as a township in 1855. Its landscape features ponds, lakes, forests and parks that are great for camping, hiking and outdoor activities. Explore downtown’s farmers’ market, admire public art and attend music festivals and community events for a glimpse of Fremont’s cultural scene.