Why Live Ludington: A Local Persective
From the great outdoors and countless recreation opportunities to the vibrant downtown and tight-knit community, there are so many reasons to call the Ludington Area home. And with a thriving economy and growing career opportunities, the time has never been better to take the plunge and LIVE LUDINGTON!
See Why Ludington is Among Outside Magazine’s 16 Best Places to Live in the US
In 2016, Ludington was named one of the 16 best places to live in the United States by Outside Magazine. And, with the plentiful outdoor recreation opportunities the Ludington Area affords, it won’t come as a surprise that locals have rallied around the mantra Love Ludington to show their affection for this special outdoor haven they call home. Click here to check out our list of the best year-round outdoor activities, and learn why you should LIVE LUDINGTON!
Top 10 Reasons to Live Ludington
It’s that time of year again. The weather is getting warmer, the leaves are back in the trees, and you’re already starting to think about your next escape to Lake Michigan and the Ludington Area. But what if you didn’t have to plan that weekend get away? What if you could wake up every morning calling the lake shore your home, with all that the Ludington Area has to offer at your doorstep? Well, it’s time to stop surviving and start living! Check out the Top 10 Reasons to LIVE LUDINGTON!
MyNorth Spotlight on Downtown Ludington Growth
MyNorth recently published an article titled “What’s New on the Ludington Food & Beer Scene,” highlighting the exciting growth of the foodie and craft beer scene in the Ludington Area. Obviously, we thought this was a great article and want to share it as broadly as possible. So check out the article below, and – more importantly – head to Ludington for some great food & drink!
The State of Michigan recently launched its “Going Pro” campaign to promote careers in skilled trades as a viable alternative to traditional four-year degree programs. The often touted selling points used to encourage students to pursue careers in skilled trades are two-fold. First, skilled trades jobs often require less schooling than other fields, which means those who pursue these occupations usually spend a lot less time in school. A highly motivating factor for many students….