Explore the beautiful shores of Lake Michigan in this scenic landscape. Playing in the sand, watching seagulls frolic and boats sail by from Ludington State Park is a fun adventure! Not only are the beaches beautiful also be sure to explore the lighthouse on the north end of the park!
Located near Ludington, Michigan about 70 miles north of Muskegon is this gorgeous state park. Ludington State Park is a popular destination for swimming, hiking, boating and exploring the beachfront paradise. With 5,300 acres of natural scenic shoreline and woods, this park offers a wonderful experience for day trips or even camping overnight.
Whether you are exploring this park in the early spring or late fall there are always beautiful scenery to discover. My favorite experience at this park was being able to hike along the sand dunes while observing the Big Sable Point Lighthouse in the distance.
Visiting Ludington State Park
Michigan state parks entrance fees are discounted for residents vs non-residents of the state. For current rates and information regarding admission please visit http://www.shorelinevisitorsguide.com/select-michigan-state-park-maps-and-guides/ludington-state-park/?utm_source=Michigan%20DNR&utm_medium=website&utm_content=Ludington&utm_campaign=State%20Park%20Maps.
For camping reservations and information check out the following link https://www.midnrreservations.com/.
Enjoy the sun and sand at Ludington State Park!
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