List of Michigan State Historic Sites in Mason County

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Location of Mason County in Michigan

The following is a list of Michigan State Historic Sites in Mason County, Michigan. Sites marked with a dagger (†) are also listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Mason County, Michigan.[1]

Current listings[edit]

Name Image Location City Listing date
Armistice Day Storm Informational Designation Armistice Day Storm Stearns Park Ludington November 6, 1970
Big Sable Point Light Station Big Sable Lighthouse1 Lake Michigan at Big Sable Point, north of Ludington State Park Ludington vicinity May 19, 1988
Camp Arcadia 5990 Barnhart Road Ludington vicinity November 16, 1981
First Mason County Courthouse WPV First Mason County Court House.jpg 1687 South Lakeshore Drive Ludington May 17, 1978
Fish House (Demolished) 407 West Filer Ludington June 15, 1979
Ghost Town of Hamlin Informational Site Ludington State Park, M-116 Ludington September 25, 1956
Daniel W. Goodenough House Daniel W. Goodenough House 706 East Ludington Avenue Ludington October 27, 1984
Frank N. and Fannie Allen Latimer House Frank N. and Fannie Allen Latimer House 701 Ludington Ave Ludington May 30, 1996
Ray Lessard House Ray Lessard House 110 North Lavinia Street Ludington July 26, 1974
Marquette's Death Informational Site Marquette's Death - Michigan Historical Marker Pere Marquette Park, bottom of Shrine Ludington vicinity April 6, 1966
Mason County Courthouse Ludington Courthouse 300 East Ludington Avenue Ludington August 15, 1975
Notipekago Commemorative Designation Notipekago S Custer Rd, N of Conrad Rd, near Pere Marquette River Custer November 18, 1993
Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Church of Latter Day Saints 2579 Free Soil Road Free Soil August 3, 1979
S.S. Badger SSBadger 700 William Street Ludington March 6, 1997
S.S. Pere Marquette 18 Informational Site Stearns Park, entrance to walkway leading to Ludington Harbor's north breakwall Ludington December 14, 1976
Scottville Informational Designation Scottville Downtown Pedestrian Mall Scottville July 20, 1989
Swedish Lutheran Church Emmanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church 501 East Danaher Street Ludington April 15, 1999

See also[edit]



  1. ^ National Park Service (2009-03-13). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.