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Ludington MI is a sailor's delight - a large, well-protected harbor, a busy commercial waterfront and lots of shops and restaurants in close proximity to the harbor. Today, Ludington is a major tourist destination. Visitors can enjoy miles of sandy beaches, forests, parks, outstanding fishing and a deeply-rooted maritime heritage.

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306 W 2nd St Ludington, MI 49431 (231) 843-9904 Monday through Friday (8 a.m. to 6 p.m.) Michigan Mason Slips - 45

Boater Services & Amenities:

  • Ludington Municipal Marina
  • Harbor View Marina
  • Ludington Yacht Club
  • Thompson Marina
  • Boating & Cruising
  • Clubhouse
  • Service/Maintenance
  • Swimming Pool
  • Travel Lift
  • Water Sport Rental
  • Lodging & Accommodations
  • Derrick & Storage Yard
  • Floating Docks
  • Individual water and electric hookups
  • Showers, Laundry, Washers and Dryers, Ice
  • Dry & Winter Storage

Nearby Ports:

Distance (nm)
Manitowoc, WI 52 NW
Detroit Harbor, WI 88 NW
Green Bay, WI 157 NW,SW


Ludington is the largest city and county seat of Mason County in the U.S. state of Michigan. Thompson Marina is on the north side of the basin, on your port bow. Further along the shoreline, Abrahamson Marina is on your port side, before the bridge (charted clearance of 12 ft/3.6 m). Ludington Yacht Club will be on your starboard as you enter the basin.

Places to visit near Ludington, MI:

  1. Pere Marquette River
  2. Stearns Park
  3. Sandcastles Children's Museum
  4. Ludington Area Center for the Arts
  5. Port of Ludington Maritime Museum
  6. Historic White Pine Village
  7. Waterfront Park
  8. Ludington State Park Beach