It's a fact that Lake Michigan has so many beautiful beaches to choose from and plenty of scenic views that are simply incredible.

Several of those beaches have to do with Ludington. Have you ever been to Ludington State Park? There are at least seven miles of beaches to check out in Ludington State Park. If you like swimming, lighthouses, and going for long beach walks, this is the perfect spot for you in Michigan.

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Another area of the state that I think is absolutely spectacular is Holland State Park. Talk about breathtaking views and all kinds of fun for the family. One thing I can tell you about Holland State Park is that the sand is very soft and easy to walk on. Great area for beach Volleyball.

If you love camping, Holland State Park has two good size campgrounds along with fire pits, grills, and camping fun.

Grand Haven State Park is another beautiful gem here in Michigan. In fact, my son, stepson, and a few of their friends went to Grand Haven last weekend and had a great time.

They went boating on Lake Michigan and spent the rest of their time in the State Park grilling up hamburgers and hotdogs.

Grand Haven State Park is amazing because there are miles of lakeshore fun along the beaches of Lake Michigan. The Grand Haven Lighthouse is definitely something you have to see while you're there.

Everyone has their favorite beach or beaches they truly enjoy during the summer months. What about you?

Let's take a look at more Lake Michigan beaches and scenic views that most Michiganders really enjoy, courtesy of planetware.com.

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