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...
Ludington’s Outdoor Dining ScenePosted on 06/22/2018 Now that we’re in the long, lazy days of summer, you’ve got even more daylight to enjoy your #PureLudington visit. Continue your outdoor fun over an al fresco meal at a Ludington patio near you.
Pub Patios and Beer Gardens
Ludington’s top craft beer and spirits establishments feature inviting outdoor spaces. Ludington Bay Brewing Company has a spacious, 1,500-square-foot patio complete with a fire pit and fireplace if there’s a chill in the air. And cocktail bar Barley & Rye (with the largest whiskey and scotch collection in the area) has a cozy courtyard ... 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...