Part 1: Friday, Dec. 6, 6 to 10 p.m.
Part 2: Saturday, Dec. 7, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Ludington State Park
8800 W. M-116, Ludington, MI 49431
will learn to weave a pair of traditional wooden snowshoes, like the Native
Americans crafted them for generations.
handmade snowshoes can be used for hiking throughout the winter, given as
holiday gifts and/or used as a decoration in your home. Snowshoeing is an easy,
inexpensive way to get outside and burn some calories during the winter months.
cost for making a pair of snowshoes is $180, which
includes the preformed wooden frames, lacing, high-quality bindings and
class is designed to be fun, informative and interesting. Because this is an
activity that requires concentration over long periods of time, it is suggested
for ages 16 and older.
are required, and class size is limited to six.
class is held at Ludington State Park’s warming shelter.
Recreation Passport is required for
entry into Ludington State Park and
can be purchased at the park entrance.
more information, contact Alan Wernette at 231-843-9261 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.