The Muskegon Lakeshore Trail, approximately 12 miles long, winds along the shore of Muskegon Lake. Paralleling Lakeshore Drive and Shoreline Drive, the trail offers beautiful views of the lakes, the channel, the South Pier Light House, sand dunes and Muskegon parks, and provides pedestrian access to historic and maritime attractions, dining venues, and seasonal festivals.
Parking is available at Pere Marquette Park on the south end, Heritage Landing at approximately the midpoint, the Muskegon Lake Nature Preserve on the north end, as well as various marked spots along Lakeshore Drive.
The Lakeshore Trail connects to the Laketon Trail which connects to the Musketawa trail, heading south-east. North of Muskegon, the trail connects to the Fred Meyer Berry Junction Trail.