Friday, Feb. 22, 6 to 10 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 23, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Participants will make a pair of traditional wooden snowshoes and take them home at the end of the clinic. This two-day clinic, for ages 16 and older, is taught by the park interpreter, who has over 25 years of snowshoe-making experience. Participants will leave with a certificate of completion and knowledge of snowshoe history.
Cost for the class is $180, which includes all materials. Limited to eight participants.
Register for the snowshoe-building clinic.
A Recreation Passport is required for entry into Ludington State Park and can be purchased at the park entrance.
For more information, contact Alan Wernette at 231-843-9261 or [email protected].
This class is part of the Department of Natural Resources Outdoor Skills Academy, which offers in-depth, expert instruction, gear and hands-on learning for a range of outdoor activities at locations around the state. Learn more at michigan.gov/outdoorskills.