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Stearns Park Beach Concessions

Check back soon for information about a NEW VENDOR!

Sunset Side Concessions will no longer be operating the concession stands at Stearns Park Beach, but you will love what the new vendors have planned as they take over the concessions management in 2023!

Details will be announced on this page soon.

There are two concession buildings--one at each end of Stearns Park Beach at the Lake Michigan shoreline of downtown Ludington.

North Beach is located near the entrance of Stearns Park, and South Beach is closest to the pier and playground area. Both North and South Beach locations typically offer cold drinks and popular favorites such as hot dogs, brats, ice cream, and a variety of snacks. Each location also stocks and sells beach essentials like sunscreen, flip flops, inflatable rafts and rings, “noodles”, apparel, sand pails, and beach toys. 

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