Ludington has many beautiful beaches and parks to explore. Enjoy a day on the shores of Lake Michigan or take in the scenery at a local park.
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Enjoy Memorial Tree Park, Nestled in the Trees
At the corner of North Washington Avenue and Sherman Street, you’ll find the very pretty Memorial Tree Park. Nestled among the trees, you can enjoy a meal or snack at one of the picnic tables (some covered), and kids can play on the swings.
Memorial Tree Park also has a sports field, open to anyone who wants to play a fun game of baseball or softball.
A nice feature of Memorial Tree Park is the benches that overlook Lincoln Lake. The view is beautiful in the summertime and spectacular in the fall, when the leaves change from green to vibrant reds, oranges, and yellows.
Celebrate at Memorial Tree Park!
The park’s pavilion is a popular spot for reunions and high school open houses, especially because of all the other amenities on the grounds. More information on the rental can be found by visiting pmtwp.org.
At the intersection of US-10 (Ludington Avenue) and N. Washington Avenue, travel north on Washington, past Bryant Road until you reach the end- Memorial Tree Park will be on your right at the corner of Sherman Road.
More Beaches & Parks in Ludington...
Take a walk along the riverside at Suttons Landing. With wheelchair accessibility, everyone can take in the beautiful riverwalk.
In 2021, the Pere Marquette Charter Township unveiled the new Pere Marquette Conservation Park, located on 300 acres of former Dow property.
Admire Lake Michigan from the peak of a bluff — what a view! Bring your pet as well, as this beach is dog friendly!
The Hamlin Lake Beach within the Ludington State Park is fun for the whole family! With a dedicated, weed-free swimming area and more!
Rotary Park park features several trees and a large, open space. Formerly City Park, the rotary club is behind many of the improvements.
Waterfront Park features a fantastic view of the S.S. Badger and sits right along two marinas of Lake Michigan.
Take a walk through the woods at Cartier Park, featuring paved trails. This park is also home to “Central Bark,” Ludington’s only dog park.
Copeyon Park’s splash pad provides a great spot in the summer! Great fishing and water-filled fun await!
The Legacy Plaza is located in the heart of downtown Ludington, a popular spot for relaxing, eating, and entertainment.