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Hike a lantern-lit trail through a portion of the Ludington State Park including a stop at a campfire at the amphitheater where hot chocolate and marshmallow roasting is available. If conditions allow, about 40 pairs of snowshoes are available to borrow at no cost. FLSP volunteers can help people new to snowshoeing strap them on. If there isn't sufficient snow, the hikes are by foot and still present a nice way to enjoy the park on a winter's evening. The lighted trail begins at the Warming Shelter, located next to the parking lot at the end of State Highway M-116. There is no charge to participate, but a Recreation Passport is required for vehicle entry to Ludington State Park.
FLSP is coordinating monthly guided hikes the third Sunday of each month beginning at 2 p.m. from the Warming Shelter. Each hike will be led by two volunteer hike leaders and will cover different areas of the park. You do not have to be an experienced hiker to participate since hiking pace and length will vary depending on the interest of the participants.
For more information contact FLSP Vice President, Gary Hearing, Hike Coordinator via email.
Join Ludington State Park Manager, Jim Gallie, as he reviews the past year at Ludington State Park and discusses upcoming improvements that the park will be seeing in the 2024 – 2025 season.
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