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Cheese, motorcycles, chocolates and a Watch Muskegon t-shirt are all must-haves on your shopping list during your visit to our shoreline destination.

Downtown Muskegon

Situated on Muskegon Lake in downtown Muskegon, is one of the area’s shopping hubs. Century Club provides a venue where many retailers set up shop in one unique place. Its ornate brick façade has survived the decades and its interior was restored in 2007.

Enjoy a coffee next door at Drip, Drop, Drink or a craft beer at Unruly Brewing. Just two blocks away is The Cheese Lady! The store represents a PASSION for all things cheese in the Parisian-style shop, full of delicacies from around the world. Hot Rod Harley-Davidson also has a showroom downtown.

Whitehall & Montague

The northern part of Muskegon County is home to the picturesque small towns of Whitehall and Montague on White Lake. No crowds, just a lakeshore vibe on your walk past The General Store, Posh by Pitkin, Fetch Brewing and the Dogn-Suds Drive-In. The Book Nook & Java Shop offers wine, craft beer, live entertainment, and a café menu in addition to books and coffee. Stop at the White River Gallery for fine arts and crafts by West Michigan artists and antique shops are abundant in  this quaint little corner of the county.

Lakeside Neighborhood District

An eclectic and fun place to browse, shop, or stop to or from Pere Marquette Beach. The business district features artist studios, galleries, gift and specialty shops, taverns, eateries and marinas. Pick up snacks at Ghezzi’s Market, find good reads at Gracie’s Book Store, and handmade gifts at the Lakeside Emporium and ArtCats Gallery. Hop on the Beach-Towne Trolley for a ride from downtown Muskegon through the Lakeside District to Pere Marquette Beach.

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Muskegon Heights

Enjoy a mix of locally-owned stores, restaurants and services, with everything from unique clothiers to authentic cuisine.

Visit Muskegon Heights Site

Meet at the Mall

A commercial district on Harvey Street hosts a variety of larger national retailers and hotels, and The Lakes Mall, a regional shopping center serving shoppers from Ludington to Grand Haven to Holland.