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There's plenty of wilderness and sand to explore, and Lake Michigan's beaches are the best in the state, but...
that's about all there is to do in Ludington, aside from the standard boating and golfing.
There are also lighthouses to look at if you're retired, because for some reason retired people really like lighthouses. It's not a "beach town" the way you might think of a "beach town," meaning a cute Downtown with lots of shopping, and restaurants, and pastel-colored beach shacks, and guys walking around in board shorts and women wearing bikinis as tops, but there's plenty here to keep you occupied once you've finished the beach portion of your day.
Walk the Charlevoix South Pier to the lighthouse (of course) at the end. Hunt for Petoskey stones at Fisherman's Island State Park.
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Ludington State Park has a beautiful stretch of sand that's seven miles long, with some of it accessible from outside of the park, if you're being cheap.