that trip also included our first trip on the Badger. We returned over the years camping and enjoying all that the park and the Ludington area has to offer.”
An avid hiker, Gary said, “I’ve always enjoyed hiking the many trails, volunteering at the many events FLSP sponsors. I think my favorite events are the lantern lit snowshoe hikes we hold in January and February each year. I’m always amazed at the event turnout during the coldest evenings of the year."
“I’ve always pursued more outdoor activities from over 300,000 miles of
motorcycling, camping, hiking, kayaking, skiing and always learning more Irish
tunes on the fiddle. We’ve found Ludington and LSP offers ample opportunity
for all.” His family shares his fondness for the park.
“Our children and grandchildren visit often during the year. The State Park and
the surrounding area never disappoints. Regardless of the season, there’s always an activity that pleases. And a trip to House of Flavors is always a must do.”
Gary sees others finding the area attractive.
“I used to think Ludington was a well-kept secret, but it’s obvious it’s becoming
well known and desirable location for all. Just check out the variety of license
plates around town or at the park. Those of us who are blessed to live here
understand the attraction. It’s been a wonderful experience to be a part of the
many changes and improvements FLSP has been able to contribute to the State Park. A great partnership with the Park Staff over the years makes for our