Ludington State Park - Hamlin Lake Access

The Ludington State Park is known as the most popular state park in Michigan for its abundant natural resources and endless activities.

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Ludington State Park opened in August 1936 and is approximately 5,300 acres. It is comprised of scenic sand dunes, a shoreline vista, ponds, marshlands and forests. It is situated between Hamlin Lake and Lake Michigan with several miles of shoreline and beaches on both bodies of water. There are three modern campgrounds; Pines, Cedar and Beechwood. The Ludington State Park is almost always 100 percent full every summer.

Available in Spring Available in Summer Available in Fall Available in Winter Accessible Public Restrooms Fee Required Wi-Fi

Parking Lot parking is available.

Public restrooms are available (Flush Toilet).

Camping is available: Improved (electric, running water, showers)

Picnic Area Lighting Power Shelter Potable Water

Developed boat access.

Length of access is more than 50 yards.

It is 61 yards from the beach to picnic shelter, restroom, and parking lot. Camping is not allowed on the beach, only inside the State Park Campground

8800 West M-116
Ludington, MI 49431
GPS: 44° 2.02200, -86° 29.49540