The Ludington Area Jaycees’ Miniature Golf Course was opened in 1967 to generate funds to support community projects. Since that time, over $300,000 has been donated to various community projects including a Birthing Room at Memorial Medical Center (now Spectrum Health Ludington Hospital), a fish cleaning station at Copeyon Park, the Ludington Recreation Soccer Field […]
Funds generated through this years annual Lake Jump will assist the Jaycees in building an updated mini golf course with a Landmarks of Ludington theme at their existing course at Stearns Park. Lake Jump is planned for Saturday, March 19th at Stearns Beach. Registration will begin at 9:30 am.. The run and jump into Lake […]
Limited access to open water due to ice has left City of Ludington officials no choice but to postpone the 2015 Lake Jump. We will now gather April 11th for this annual event. On the plus side, this gives our pledges more time for fundraising!
The Ludington Lake Jump Board is announcing a change (once again) in this year’s jump. Originally scheduled for tomorrow March 29, 2014 and then rescheduled for April 12, 2014, it has been requested by the City of Ludington to postpone the jump due to conditions at the Ludington Beach. This winter has produced an unusually […]
(Ludington, Michigan, February 14, 2014) The Ludington Lake Jump Board is announcing a change in this year’s jump. Originally scheduled for March 29, 2014 it has been determined with consultation with Ludington Police Chief Mark Barnett, and US Coast Guard Command Senior Chief Sean Cross of USCG Station Ludington the beach is likely to be […]
(Ludington, Michigan, January 20, 2014) The Ludington Lake Jump Board is announcing a new beneficiary for the 2014 jump. “The Mason County Veterans Endowment” is now that beneficiary. “The Port of Ludington Maritime Museum” has stepped down as the beneficiary of the 2014 jump and has applied to be the beneficiary of the 2015 Lake […]
STEP 1: Fill out donation form and collect donations Fill out a form with donations solicited from family, friends, and neighbors. Jumpers must collect all donations before the Lake Jump and bring them to registration/check-in. STEP 2: Read and Sign Waiver All Lake Jumpers must sign a waiver and anyone under the age of 18 years old must have a parent/guardian […]
WEAR SHOES (AND BRING DRY SOCKS!) This is probably the most important tip that I can think of. It’s a long walk to the shoreline, and it seems even longer on the way back after the jump when you’re wet and cold. Old tennis shoes are great for the Lake Jump! Make sure you bring […]