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Enjoy the Beauty of Fall in Ludington!
Autumn presents a wonderful time for slowing down and enjoying a scenic color tour along the country roads of Ludington. Hayrides, corn mazes, and many family activities are easily found here. Fall provides the perfect setting for campfires, conversations, and settling in for a long, cozy weekend.
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Ludington is alive with an array of artistic events that take place throughout the year. There’s music, photography, art galleries, and more.
The bronzed sculptures in Ludington’s 5-acre Waterfront Park sets it apart from other parks. The park is situated on the Lake Michigan inlet.
With some of the best fishing and boating around, Hamlin Lake brings much delight as well as some of the most beautiful, scenic backdrops.
Visit the new Value of Sports Museum located at Historic White Pine Village just a short drive from Ludington.
Discover all of the different trails and tours that Ludington has to offer! Discover a water path, hiking trail, or an art work stop!
If there’s one thing that Hamlin Lake is known for, it’s excellent fishing. Catch crappie, bluegill, and more across thousands of acres.
Enjoy an afternoon drive around the Ludington area in October and fill your senses with the vibrant colors of fall.
Ludington visitors flock to the area to view our two majestic lighthouses, the North Breakwater Light and Big Sable Point Lighthouse.
The S.S. Badger Carferry is a fun and relaxing shortcut across Lake Michigan between Ludington, Michigan and Manitowoc, Wisconsin.
Enjoy this small, relaxing park as an easy place to place your boat in the water or throw a line out to catch some pan fish for dinner.