Muskegon Station House

Open to the public

Currently used as a(n) Marine Research Facility

The Muskegon Station House was built in 1905 (at 1st site)

This Racine Station House was designed by Victor Mindeleff


This station building's condition is Excellent


This station building has been Unaltered


This station building is not endangered or threatened

Station closed in 1990 at this site and moved to a new location. Station house survives and is the Lake Michigan Field Station of the Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory.

Station house was restored in 2005 by the Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory. It is a marine research facility and an environmental research laboratory.


Open to the public  - By Appointment

1431 Beach Street
Muskegon MI 49441-1098

(231) 755-3831

Owner Information

NOAA/GLERL (Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory)
4840 South State Road

Ann Arbor, MI 48108-9719

(734) 741-2235

[email protected]

If you have questions, please contact:

Dennis Donahue
Marine Superintendent