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Find All the Goods & Services You Need in Scottville and Nearby
The friendly business owners of Scottville welcome you! The variety of stores in the downtown area are not to be missed.
Shopping & Services in Scottville
Family owned and operated since 1961, providing propane to homes and businesses in Mason and Oceana counties. Fill station for RVs and portable cylinders for grill and camper. Certified trained staff provides friendly service at competitive prices. Open Monday-Friday 9am-5pm.
City of Scottville, 105 N. Main St., Scottville, MI, 49454, (231) 757-4729
Ludington & Scottville Chamber of Commerce, 119 S. Rath, Ludington, MI, 49431, (231) 845-0324
The Reverie Retreat, 110 N. Columbia Ave., Scottville, MI, 49454, (231) 845-9198
Shopping & Services Nearby
Formerly Grassa's Farm Market, the Market is your one-stop shop for seasonal produce, outdoor and landscaping products, specialty items, and unique farmhouse decor. We deal with local farmers and can order custom goods from local vendors. Open daily 8am-6pm, located at the corner of Stiles and US-10. Experience the Market!
The Windowsill Used & New Books
For those who love to read a good book, you'll appreciate our selection of good new and used books, all organized and easy to find. Our staff will be happy to help you with that hard-to-find book. Largest selection in Mason County. We carry many unique items for gift-giving.
Looking for a dependable helpful hand? Our established business specializes in residential cleaning services. We offer weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, or occasional service. We also have experience in opening and closing of cottages, and commercial cleaning. Our business is licensed, bonded and insured, and our staff is well trained. References available upon request.
We've got it all! A huge beer cave stocked full of craft beer, a vast variety of liquor at state minimum price, and over 300 different varieties of wine. Plus a tobacco section with the lowest prices around, groceries, ice, candy, chips, and much, much more. Special orders available. Like us on Facebook.
We offer fast, friendly service plus clean, well maintained mini vans. Locally owned, commercially insured. Open 24/7. Delivery available, as well as long distance transportation. We accept time call reservations. Cheaper than a DUI. We don't monkey around with transportation.
Trust Dune Side Auto Glass for fast and efficient windshield replacement or chip repair. Offering free estimates, direct insurance billing. Glass replacement for cars, trucks, semis, dune buggies, and heavy equipment. We're the local mobile pros--we'll come to you! Serving Mason, Lake, Oceana and Manistee counties. All work guaranteed.
Serving downtown Ludington since 1985 in a friendly atmosphere with comfortable decor. Owner Bruce Rillema, along with Krista Thompson and Rachel Marie, specialize in hair cuts, color, highlighting, keratin hair-straightening, and perms, featuring Redken, Pureology, and Matrix products. Open Tuesday-Friday 9am-5pm, Saturday 9am-3pm, evening hours by appointment. Walk-ins welcome.
Enjoy the Jam Farm's homemade jams, jellies and marmalades with over 50 different flavors! All fruit comes from the Jam Farm or local neighbors. No preservatives or artificial flavors! Homemade gift baskets are always available and are great for any occasion! Stop by the produce stand on the farm, grown by the Jamdude!
Todd & Brad Reed Photography
Come experience the ever-changing moods and colors of Michigan inside the Todd and Brad Reed Photo Gallery in downtown Ludington. See local lighthouses, lakeshore, wildlife, and country scenes. Photos range in price from $25-$2,900. Signed copies of their books, calendars, and DVDs also available.
Take a visual journey of the Ludington area through the lens of Craig Sterken. Rediscover familiar places you love to visit. Prints, book marks, greeting cards, canvas wraps, and custom framed prints of favorite landmarks. Available in downtown Ludington at Maude's Garage, the Ludington Area Center for the Arts, or order online anytime.