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West Michigan Boat, RV, Outdoor, & Home Show

August, 2023

This event, designed to attract boaters and spectators, is held in downtown Ludington. Hours of the show are Friday and Saturday from 11am-8pm, and Sunday from 11am-5pm. Admission and parking are free! 

The Western Michigan Boat, RV, Outdoor, & Home Show has traditionally been held at the Ludington Municipal Marina, however it will move to Rotary Park (corner of Lewis St. and Ludington Ave.) for 2022. 

Vendors in 2021 included Fun-n-Sun RV, Point North RV, Hall’s Sports Center, Lakeshore Motor Sports, Sportsfisherman Center, Hall’s Sports Center, and Ludington Yacht Sales. Food and beverages were available for purchase and local musicians provided entertainment throughout the event.

The Live Music Lineup for 2022 Included the Following:

  • Dean Dostal
  •  Joe Stickney
  • Third Coast Swing with Ella Jarvis
  • Jimmy Dodson
  • Redux
  • Cheryl Wolfram
  •  Lynn Callihan

For more information on the West Michigan Boat, RV, Outdoor, & Home Show, please contact:

Ludington Daily News

202 N. Rath Ave., Ludington

(231) 843-9611

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