Mason County Agricultural Trail

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Follow the Agricultural Trail Through Mason & Oceana Counties

Agriculture plays a large role in the economics of Mason County. The area is rich in farmland with more than 1,000 farms covering over 200,000 acres. Main crops include sweet corn, asparagus, apples, strawberries and blueberries, with numerous dairy farms that produce milk and cheese. The newly-formed Agricultural Trail is comprised of 17 stops within Mason and Oceana counties that include farms, farmers markets, and a winery. Most are open to the public for shopping and/or tours, but some stops are seasonal. The Agricultural Trail is part of a series of self-guided tours with audio-visual narration through your smartphone.

Stops on the Agricultural Tour. Dial (231) 480-3084 then put in the extension listed below:

  • (300) “Fruits of Farming” Sculpture- Waterfront Park- 391 S. William St., Ludington
  • (301) House of Flavors– 402 W. Ludington Ave.
  • (302) Ludington Petunia Parade- Municipal Marina- 400 W. Filer St., Ludington
  • (303) Mason County Fairgrounds– 5302 W. US-10, Ludington
  • (304) Orchard Market– 8418 N. US-31, Freesoil
  • (305) Farm Cheese Dairy– 4295 E. Millerton Rd, Fountain
  • (306) Sanders Meats– 237 S. Main St., Custer
  • (307) Western Michigan Old Engine Club– 700 S. Scottville Rd., Scottville
  • (309) Historic White Pine Village– 1687 S. Lakeshore Dr., Ludington
  • (310) Christofferson Farms– 3441 S. Morton Rd, Ludington
  • (311) Kistlercrest Farms– 4049 S. PM Hwy, Ludington
  • (312) The Jam Farm– 5075 W. Meisenheimer Rd., Ludington
  • (313) New Horizon Farm– 1981 W. Marrison Rd., Pentwater
  • (314) The Fox Barn Market & Winery– 500 S. 18th Ave., Shelby
  • (315) Lewis Farm Market & Petting Zoo– 4180 W. M-20, New Era
  • (316) Country Dairy– 3476 S. 80th Ave., New Era.

The Agricultural  Trail is a part of the Mason County Cultural Trails. Also included are:

The Sculpture Trail

The Lumber Heritage Trail

The Agricultural Trail