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Summer in Ludington
Here's What Goes on During the Summer in Ludington
- West Shore Bank’s Rhythm & Dunes Concert Series
- Michigan’s Free Fishing Weekend
- Ludington Lakestride 5k, 10k, & Half-Marathon
- Gus Macker 3-on-3 Charity Basketball Tournament
- Sunset Beach Bonfires
- Open Horse Shows
- Ludington Area Jaycees Freedom Festival
- West Shore Art Fair
- Final Friday Experience
- Ludington Offshore Classic Fishing Tournament
- Farmer’s Market
- Western Michigan Fair
- Gold Coast Artisan Fair
- Lighthouse Triathlon
- Movies in the Park
- Ludington Suds on the Shore Beer & Wine Tasting Festival
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The S.S. Badger Carferry is a fun and relaxing shortcut across Lake Michigan between Ludington, Michigan and Manitowoc, Wisconsin.
Ludington is alive with an array of artistic events that take place throughout the year. There’s music, photography, art galleries, and more.
Putt putt for a purpose by visiting the Ludington Area Jaycees Mini Golf Course in Stearns Park, right on Lake Michigan.
Visit the new Value of Sports Museum located at Historic White Pine Village just a short drive from Ludington.
Just blocks from the beach is the heart of downtown Ludington, where you can shop, dine, and enjoy summertime events.
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.
The Ludington Skate Plaza is a popular spot for kids with skateboards or in-line skates, and also draws spectators to Stearns Park.
Children can create, explore, and discover by playing with the numerous variety of exhibits of Sandcastles Children’s Museum.
Cast your line into Upper Hamlin Lake or enjoy a picnic, the playground, or watch Hamlin Lake’s Independence Fireworks at Wilson Hill Park.
Within the downtown Ludington region, several murals grace the façades of local area businesses, telling stories of the area’s rich history.