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Spring in Ludington
The ground begins to thaw, the sun shows its face more often, and the world goes from white to vivid colors. It must be springtime in Ludington, and oh, is it glorious. We appreciate the climate change a bit more here in Michigan, and after the long, cold winter, spring feels so good! Now is when the golf courses open, the bikes come out, and the S.S. Badger starts her engine for the first cross-lake journey of the year. The warmer temperatures are perfect for a leisurely stroll, especially along our beaches. It’s a sign that our community is gearing up for the busy summer season, so we take the time to enjoy the quiet splendor of our beautiful region.
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Farm Markets & U-Pick farms offer locally grown and organic produce, flowers, plants, seeds, and more in West Michigan.
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.
Discover small town life in the late 1800s and early 1900s at Historic White Pine Village in Ludington, overlooking Lake Michigan.
Enjoy an afternoon drive around the Ludington area in October and fill your senses with the vibrant colors of fall.
The Ludington Skate Plaza is a popular spot for kids with skateboards or in-line skates, and also draws spectators to Stearns Park.
Check out our picks for the top 50 coolest things to do in Ludington, Michigan, along the shores of Lake Michigan.
Disc golf is a big deal here in the Ludington area, with up to 20,000 people per year visiting one of our six courses.
With some of the best fishing and boating around, Hamlin Lake brings much delight as well as some of the most beautiful, scenic backdrops.
Discover all of the different trails and tours that Ludington has to offer! Discover a water path, hiking trail, or an art work stop!
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.