Welcome to Muskegon & Ludington
Muskegon and Ludington are jump-off points for two ferries that sail across Lake Michigan, providing a substantial shortcut over driving the Michigan-to-Wisconsin route. But both towns are worth a pit stop in their own right. Muskegon features nifty architecture in its downtown district thanks to lumber barons trying to outbuild each other in the late 1800s. It also sports one of the country's only public luge tracks. Smaller Ludington is known for its lighthouse-endowed, dune-kissed state park.