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Celebrating the Ludington State Park

The Ludington Area Center for the Arts (LACA) and the Friend of the Ludington State Park have teamed up to host ‘Celebrating the Ludington State Park’ an exhibit of artwork depicting scenes from in and around the state park.

‘Celebrating the Ludington State Park’ will be on display Aug. 5-27 in the main gallery at LACA and feature a mix of paintings, photographs, sketches and drawings, fiber art and sculptures.

The Ludington State Park is known as the most popular state park in Michigan for its abundant natural resources and activities. The park is home to three campgrounds, sandy beaches, scenic sand dunes, the iconic Big Sable Point Lighthouse, wetlands, marshlands and forests.

Located just two miles north of Ludington the state park occupies 5,300 acres of land and is situated between the shores of Lake Michigan and Hamlin Lake with several miles of beautiful shoreline along both lakes. The park also offers wildlife viewing from its extensive trail system.

50% of all artwork sales will be shared between the Ludington Area Center for the Arts and the Friends of the Ludington State Park.