Lighthouses of Ludington, MIPosted on 06/27/2018 Michigan, with its surrounding Great Lakes, holds a deep maritime history. And with its shoreline. Ludington boasts its very own maritime history. Two points of pride in that history are the long-standing, local lighthouses:
the Big Sable Point Lighthouse and the North Breakwater Lighthouse.
Big Sable Point Lighthouse
Built in 1867 and set 1.8 miles north of the Ludington Sate Park entrance, just a half-hour meander through the dunes, at over one hundred feet tall, this historically noble, black-and-white navigational beacon sits nestled among sand... READ MORE...
Alfresco Dining on Ludington PatiosPosted on 06/22/2018 There's no better place than Pure Ludington to find fresh air, waterfront views and excellent entrees. So we've compiled a list of our favorite outdoor patios for you to enjoy!
Pub Patios and Beer Gardens
Ludingon’s top craft beer and spirits establishments feature inviting, outdoor spaces. Ludington Bay Brewing Company has a spacious 1,500-square-foot patio that is often the place to catch Ludington’s live, local musicians performing. The patio is also complete with a fire pit and fireplace if there’s a chill in the air. There are 24 beers on tap, and you won&r... READ MORE...
Find your Path – Top Trails in Ludington Posted on 06/08/2018 Ludington is the perfect place to unplug and instantly connect with nature – and a perfect way to do that is on a trail. There’s something for everyone, depending on your desired views and appetite for adventure.
Trails by Water
These trails provide up-close water views (so do others down the list as well!).
Lost Lake Trail – This flat, one-mile one-way trail from Hamlin Lake Beach ... READ MORE...