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Howmet Playhouse

Howmet PlayhouseThe historic Howmet Playhouse has been in almost constant operation since its opening in 1916. Built by the renowned Chicago director Frank R. Adams and local business owner James Nufer, its design was copied from Chicago’s LaSalle Theater and was built for professional live theatrical presentations and motion pictures. The Playhouse has been greeting White Lake area audiences ever since.

In 2007 Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp offered to donate the Playhouse to the City of Whitehall. Realizing the Playhouse’s importance to Whitehall, and all of the White Lake area, the City accepted the donation and committed to continuing Playhouse operations.
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Marina

The White Lake Municipal Marina is one of West Michigan’s best kept secrets. The deep channel in from Lake Michigan beckons boaters to this pristine marina nestled in the northeast end of beautiful White Lake. The Marina offers 40 seasonal and 10 transient slips.
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Parks

The City of Whitehall maintains several beautiful parks and green spaces throughout the community.
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Bike Path

White Lake Pathway is a 3.2 mile long asphalt-paved linear park that extends from White Lake Drive near Cogswell Avenue north to Stanton Boulevard in Montague. Views from the pathway are varied, including mature natural woodlands, professionally landscaped flower beds, outdoor sculptures, access to White Lake and local marinas, and the White River flood plain. The south end connects to the 6 mile long Berry Junction Trail and the north end connects to the 22 mile long Hart-Montague Trail for over 31 total mile of continuous paved trail.

In 2012 the White Lake Pathway was opened for snowmobiles to connect the trail between Montague and Muskegon.
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Snowmobiles in Whitehall

In 2012 the White Lake Pathway was opened to snowmobiles to connect the trail for snowmobilers between Montague and Muskegon.  It also opened limited travel of snowmobiles on City right-of-ways. Snowmobiles may be operated in the City of Whitehall after 7:00 a.m. and until 3:00 a.m. but excessive noise is prohibited at all times.  Snowmobiles may also be operated on city streets but ONLY on the most direct route from a residence or business to the bike/snowmobile trail.  Snowmobiles are prohibited at all times on Division St., Mears Ave. and Lake St. except for perpendicular crossing of those streets.  Speed limits also apply to snowmobiles.
» Read the full City of Whitehall Snowmobile Ordinance
» View the City of Whitehall Snowmobile Trail Map

Library

White Lake Community LibraryLocated near the intersection of White Lake Drive and Mears Avenue in Whitehall, the White Lake Community Library holds more than 41,000 items in many formats, including books, movies, magazines, music, audio books,  e-books, and more. In addition to circulating items, the library also provides many other services, including free WiFi.
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Chamber of Commerce

White Lake Area Chamber of CommerceThe White Lake Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau is conveniently located on the Hart / Montague bike trail between Montague and Whitehall on the corner of Thompson and Hanson Streets. Stop in or contact them for information on shopping, marinas, boating, golf, beaches, lodging, cottage rentals, restaurants, and local businesses.
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Shopping

The City of Whitehall, and the greater White Lake Area, are home to a wide variety of shops and boutiques. Click here for a searchable directory of local shopping options.

Arts Council

Arts Council of White LakeLocated in downtown Whitehall, the Arts Council of White Lake (ACWL) has a rich history of high quality artistic achievement in art program presentation and support. The Council provides numerous opportunities for the White Lake community and surrounding cities to view, listen to, create, support, encourage and learn from the arts.
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