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The Weather in Ludington
Check out the climate diagram for Ludington. July is the warmest month of the year in Ludington with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 77°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 17° in February. According to the climate diagram, January is the rainiest month of the year in Ludington.
Discover fun for the whole family with a Ludington vacation home
Encounter natural attractions, Michigan culture, and relaxed family dining from your Ludington vacation rental. Families looking for tranquility in the woods often choose secluded cabin rentals, perfect for recharging those batteries.
If you're planning a busy and active day with the family, stop by Big Apple Bagels for a quick breakfast. A large selection of bagels, baked goods, spreads, and sandwiches means that there is something for everyone on the menu. Or, take your order to go for a perfect picnic.
For lunch and dinner, locals flock to Mancino's of Ludington for grinders, pizza, wings, and big salads. American and Italian menu staples are served in large portions, and the full menu is even available for delivery to enjoy at your vacation rental. Their sandwiches make great takeaway lunches for a family outing, too.
Family activities in Ludington
The Sandcastles Children's Museum promises a full day of fun for kids of all ages. Exhibit themes include music making, history, animals, and even a rock wall. Hands on activities led by volunteer staff take place throughout the day.
For a look into Michigan's seafaring history, visit the Port of Ludington Maritime Museum. This brand new attraction houses a collection of photography, maritime memorabilia, replicas of ships, and a simulator that lets you man the wheelhouse.
Outdoor excursions in Michigan
Ludington State Park offers hiking, biking, water sports, and a historic lighthouse all in one park. Parking, picnic tables, a playground, and a visitors center can be found at park headquarters. Visitors should plan a full day to explore the area.
If you'd enjoy the opportunity to get up close and personal with wildlife, check out Amber Elk Ranch. Feeding, touching, and petting are all allowed during your guided ride through the property. Stick around after your tour for a nice barbecue lunch in the park restaurant.
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