The Cleanest Beach on Lake Michigan
The Pere Marquette Beach on the shores of Lake Michigan and adjoining the Muskegon Lake Channel is the only nationally certified "Clean Beach" on the great lakes. Miles of beach, gorgeous sunsets, outdoor dining possibilities, and the newly-complete bike trail make this beach a must-see. Pere Marquette Public Beach and Park covers 27.5 acres and is owned by the City of Muskegon in Muskegon County Michigan. Considered "the best kept secret of Muskegon County," the park contains a number of play areas, sand volleyball courts, and well-kept picnic and sunbathing areas.
Pere Marquette Beach offers over 200 feet of paved handicap accessible walkways to ensure enjoyment for a wide variety of visitors. If you are interested in amazingly beautiful sunsets and walking along uninhabited stretches of sand with your toes in the freshwater surf, Pere Marquette Beach may be the beach for you. The park is the northern most end of City-owned Lake Michigan frontage that runs for over 2 miles..
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