Ludington Marinas Offer Docks to Transient Boaters
Ludington Municipal Marina
The north side of the Ludington Municipal Marina has a 900 foot transient/day dock seawall, allowing space for up to 22 transient boaters to tie up. Water depth at the marina is about seven feet at the entrance. There is a $5.00 fee for day dockage up to four hours. This is convenient for boaters making a quick stop in Ludington to visit the shops, restaurants, and parks in the downtown area. During the summer months, the Ludington Municipal Marina is open 7 days a week from 6am-10pm. It can accommodate boats up to 125 feet in length, and offers 174 slips (86 seasonal, 88 transient) with both floating and permanent pier docks available. You'll find 30 & 50 amp power, plus water and cable TV hook-ups at the docks. Some amenities the Marina offers are a fish cleaning station, two restroom and shower buildings, laundry and dishwashing facilities, free Wi-Fi, public shelter with grills, and a dog walking area.
Harbor View Marina
Opened in 1999, Harbor View is a deep water marina that has 160 slips for boats up to 60 feet and wall ties that can accommodate vessels up to 100 feet. Harbor View Marina has a 7,000 foot clubhouse for its guests that features a fireplace, library, Ship's Store, exercise room, showers, and laundry facilities. They also have a pool and spa, Wi-Fi, grills, picnic tables, fish cleaning station, and dog run.
Pere Pointe Village Marina
Pere Pointe Village off Washington Avenue overlooks Pere Marquette Lake and is a deep water marina with a state-of-the-art floating dock system. It offers an in-out launch for boats up to 45 feet. The beautiful clubhouse offers a fireplace, cable TV, internet, shower and restroom facilities. A social membership is available for pool privileges. Pere Pointe is just down the street from charter fishing captains, Copeyon Park, and is very close to downtown Ludington shops and restaurants.