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Ludington is in West Michigan.

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By car[edit]

US-10 from Manitowoc (via car ferry, see below) and Midland or US-31 from Muskegon and Traverse City.

By boat[edit]

  • S.S. Badger, [1]. Carries US-10 traffic across Lake Michigan from Manitowoc to Ludington. Passengers traveling by vehicle must pay a fare for both the vehicle and the passengers in it. Passenger fares (one-way/return): $74/$121 adults, $67/$109 seniors 65+, $29/$49 children 5-15, free for children under 5. Vehicle fares (each way): $77 cars, vans, SUVs, and pickup trucks, $86 pickup campers, $5.50 per foot RVs and motorhomes, $38 motorcycles, $6 bicycles. Extra fare charged for trailer extensions and sidecars.  edit

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  • Ludington State Park, 8800 W. M-116 (Follow M-116 north to the entrance), (231) 843-2423, [2]. Beautiful sand dunes, sandy beaches, picnic areas, camping, trails, fishing.  edit
  • Father Jacques Marquette Shrine, Lakeshore Drive (On the Buttersville Peninsula, between Pere Marquette Lake and Lake MIchigan, south of town). A large white cross on a hilltop marks the place where French Jesuit missionary and explorer Jacques Marquette died while travelling by canoe between St. Ignace and the southwestern shore of Lake Michigan (present-day Illinois).  edit

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The nearby town of Pentwater has several lodging options.

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Routes through Ludington
Manitowoc ← Car ferry ←  W noframe E  Reed CityMidland
Traverse CityManistee  N noframe S  PentwaterMuskegon

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