4 Fall Color Routes Near LudingtonPosted on 08/31/2020 If you’re ready for a breath of fresh air and some relaxation this fall, the country roads in and around Ludington are the perfect driving routes to experience vibrant colors of the season.
Discover scenic towns and villages with plenty of options to be outdoors along the way, namely, nature walks, U-pick farms, and picnic and recreation areas. It’s an ideal time of year to enjoy cooling temperatures, hear the crackle of leaves underfoot, take in stunning foliage and lake views, and treat yourself to a caramel apple or cider.
Here are the Top 4 Routes we recommend for you... READ MORE...
A Guide to Fall Fishing in LudingtonPosted on 08/18/2020 Whether you are fishing from a pier, on a charter boat or fly-fishing in a stream, you are bound to hook a lunker in Ludington! Pure Ludington is the place anglers can find a perfect fishing location this fall. The Mason County area boasts 2,000 miles of trout streams/rivers, over 40 inland lakes, and the best salmon port on Lake Michigan.
Here’s a look at what you can expect.
Plan Your Trip: Things You Will Need
First, you will want to make sure you have your fishing license. Don’t waste vacation time getting your license; buy it online. If you happen to forget, you can p... READ MORE...
Family Fun in LudingtonPosted on 08/07/2020 Looking for some outdoor, family fun this summer? Ludington has a list of exciting encounters for you! Check out the ways you can still squeeze in some quality time before kids head back to school:
Ludington has a brand-new way to stay cool this summer, the Ludington Splash Pad. Just press a button, and you’re on your way to a sprinkled, fun-filled day of play. This attraction is located at Copeyon Park and is free and open to the public, 8 a.m.-10 p.m.
Visit a Farmyard
Make memories with the animals at Lewis Adventure Farm & Zoo, south of Ludington ... READ MORE...
#PureLudington Urges: Mask Up in Mason CountyPosted on 08/03/2020 To keep yourself and others safe - and to ensure our local businesses can stay open - the Ludington Area Convention & Visitors Bureau urges you to Mask Up when in public spaces.
Gov. Whitmer’s Executive Order to wear a mask remains in place, and we need to do our part during this ongoing pandemic. Here are some other things to know:
A face covering should be worn over your nose and mouth.
People who cannot wear a mask due to health reasons are exempt.
Children under the age of 5 are exempt.
Other exemptions include when eating, drinking, part... READ MORE...