One of the great events that Muskegon is the Burning Foot Beer Festival held each August on the beach at Pere Marquette. The sites and sound make this event a prime spot to be seen, as boaters gather in the South Breakwater Cove for fun with family and friends. Many choose to take the sort walk to one of Muskegon Boat Life's favorite beach restaurant "The Deck" for great food and entertainment.
Join the fun on Saturday, August 26 and show us those #smilesonboats . Enjoy the Burning Foot Show.
Fishing in January
Sometimes the itch make your passion come through. Fishing in January. Thanks Jeff Hedges.
Take a look at this facebook post
Muskegon’s Full Moon Kayak Float Post Goes Viral
When you post on facebook you hope that people view. With over 26,000 shares and 2,000,000 views, Roger Zuidema of Muskegon Lake Effect Boating was stunned. “I love sharing and promoting water events around Muskegon and thought it was a no brainer, wasn’t expecting this type of response, but a real positive for Muskegon, as we continue to change perceptions, around the country” commented Zuidema.
Zuidema shared a poster for Muskegon’s Guy’s Ultimate Kayak Adventures led, Full Moon Float to be held summer of 2017, he didn’t expect these results. The 2 hour night float down the Muskegon River includes a kayak and glow stick and with just the right amount of adventure, the Floats have now sold out.
For 3 days straight, Guy answered many phone calls from as far away as Alabama and Florida. “The phone calls just keep coming in and soon all the Floats filled up, it was incredible, said Guy DeBor. Jeff Dana created a cool promotional poster and I was searching for ways to spread the news . This event is so much fun, with just the right amount of suspense and excitement - and who doesn’t like glow sticks”
A waiting list is being created for the Full Moon Floats. Guy, who leads Kayak Adventures all spring, summer and fall, is taking reservations for individuals and groups up to 22 for day and evening floats, give him a call at 231-740-0227.
Winter... it's time to leave!
Locals are the key!
Enjoy this series of some great things to do and see around Muskegon Lake.
Why Choose Muskegon? Community Focus - Great Lakes Marina!
The Milwaukee Clipper: The Queen of the Great Lakes
Yes it's time for a new Dock!
Growing the Blue Economy: Muskegon, Michigan. The Milwaukee Clipper needs to get a dock! The Queen Mary of the Great Lakes need to become a great tourism draw. Can you say potential. The Clipper could do here in Muskegon as the Queen Mary does for Long Beach. Take a look at the Queen Mary's web page. Come on Muskegon. Embrace your past and use it for good. Let's Grow the Blue Economy through tourism.
What could the Clipper add to the tourism industry in Muskegon?
Founding Ambassador Roger Zuidema shares and expresses his opinion on fun, development, preservation and Lake education. Enjoy.