Suburbs of Muskegon
Pictured starting in the top left: Norton Shores, Norton Shores , Whitehall, North Muskegon
Muskegon's surrounding communities offer a variety of living styles to suit the tastes of its diverse population. To learn about Muskegon's suburbs, click on the following communities for more information.
Nestled between Muskegon and Kent counties, Casanovia is situated at the top of a hill overlooking West Michigan's beautiful orchard country. Residents of Casanovia typically attend Grand Public Schools.
Located halfway between Muskegon and Grand Haven, Fruitport is an area rich in agriculture. Pomona Park provides easy access to the eastern tip of Spring Lake.
One of the two towns on the eastern point of White Lake (Whitehall being the other), Montague offers a downtown shopping district, several parks, and extensive bike trails.
Located south of the city of Muskegon, and only four miles from the shores of Lake Michigan, Muskegon Heights offers a diverse setting for a growing family.
Almost an island, North Muskegon sits on a narrow penninsula between Mona Lake and the smaller Bear Lake. The town has its own school district.
On the south side of Mona Lake, with 6 miles of Lake Michigan shoreline, Norton Shores is a mix of rural and suburban. The nearby PJ Hoffmaster State Park offers a spectacular setting for outdoor enthusiasts.
A rural community, Ravenna is a thirty minute drive from Muskegon. The township has its own school district and the village has two parks.
A blend of residential and commercial, Roosevelt Park offers nine parks within its city limits, each one as unique as the neighborhood in which it's located.
As the other town on the eastern tip of White Lake (Montague being its norther counterpart), Whitehall offers a historic main street and easy access to Lake Michigan and White Lake for water enthusiasts.