Ludington State Park
In the 5,300 acre Ludington State Park in Michigan is one of the largest areas of fresh water sand dunes. The park is located between Hamlin Lake and Lake Michigan. There are several miles of shoreline and beaches available for your water activity enjoyment. For your summer fun there are over 20 miles of hiking trails and for the winter there are 10 miles of cross-country skiing trails. The park offers so much for your camping enjoyment with 3 modern campgrounds and 1 rustic site. The Park is 60 miles North of Muskegon.
Ludington State Park Address
8800 W. M-116
Ludington, MI 49431
Number of sites
There are over 300 modern sites and 10 rustic sites.
Camping is available all season. Some amenities may be limited during winter.
Ludington State Park Attractions
Dump station, tables, Fire rings, Playground, Flush toilets, hot showers and pay phones.
Just to touch on some of this areas great fun is the fishing, swimming, hiking, canoeing, cross country skiing, biking, boating and ice fishing. With the marsh areas in this park the wildlife viewing is spectacular. There is also a beach house and concession area with a store for your convenience. Don’t miss the programs at the amphitheater.
For more information about Ludington State Park please visit the Michigan Department of Natural Resources website at Ludington State Park