Mason County offers the quintessential woods and water experience. With unspoiled natural resources and unrivaled outdoor recreation, fall is great time to explore it all. Whether hiking, biking of driving, these maps will take you to some beautiful places to experience the fall colors of Pure Ludington!
Color Tour - driving or biking
This fall color tour will take you by car or bike through the downtown, along the shore of Lake Michigan and down country roads! Don't forget your camera and tag your photos #pureludington
Ludington State Park - hiking, biking & paddling
This destination for recreation is a paradise to view the fall colors up close! Explore on more than 18 miles of trails, a canoe trail, Hamlin Lake, Big Sable River and more than 5,300 acres of unspoiled natural forest.
Ludington School Forest - hiking & biking
The Ludington School Forest offers more than 5 miles of urban biking trails and hiking trails. This is a convenient spot to get outdoors and take in the sights and sounds of autumn.
Cartier Park - hiking & biking
Cartier Park is a popular spot for walker and bikers alike. Located about a mile North of Downtown Ludington, on the corner of Rath Avenue and Bryant Road, it is a convenient spot to enjoy nature and the colors of autumn. Mountain Bikers will enjoy 3.5 miles of trails, while walkers can stroll along a paved 1 mile loop.