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Ludington State Park is a state park located just north of Ludington, Michigan between the shores of Lake Michigan and Hamlin Lake.
The park encompasses nearly 5,300 acres (2,100 ha) and contains several ecosystems, including: forests, sand dunes, a dam, a Great Lake, and a river.
It has the most campsites ready for tents to be set up.
It is also one of the best areas in the park for recreation.
Several trails run through or near this campground, including the Lost Lake Trail, which guides hikers around the nearby Hamlin Lake. Small church services are conducted every Sunday morning.
It is about 0.75 mile north of Pine Campground on the unpaved road to the Lighthouse.
All the campsites at Ludington State Park require a reservation and reservations typically fill up about 6 months before any given date.
Campers sometimes secure campsites less than 6 months in advance by checking the reservation system frequently until a vacancy opens.
The lake is great for swimming during summer months as it is typically much warmer than Lake Michigan and has a smaller swimming area, making it easier to keep track of family and friends.
Park visitors can rent a variety of boats at this location and many of the park's trails (including a canoe trail) begin and end here. Big Sable River is the primary river that runs through the park.