Ludington Area Jaycees Mini Golf Announces Charity Monday Recipients
This year's "Charity Monday" schedule is as follows:
- Monday, June 18th - Caritas Food Pantry, St. Mary’s Church in Custer
- Monday, June 25th - MCC Education Foundation
- Monday, July 2nd - Freedom Festival Fireworks
- Monday, July 9th - Freedom Festival Fireworks
- Monday, July 16th - Friends of the Ludington State Park
- Monday, July 23rd - St. Simons Hearts for Haiti Program
- Monday, July 30th - AFFEW
- Monday, August 6th - Mason County Promise Scholarship
- Monday, August 13th - Arts in Motion
- Monday, August 20th - Ludington Petunia Parade
- Monday, August 27th - Ludington Area Center for the Arts
About the Ludington Area Jaycees Mini Golf Course
The Ludington Area Jaycees Mini Golf Course has been a popular place in the summertime, as residents and visitors alike enjoy a round of mini golf right at the Stearns Park Beach overlooking Ludington's North Breakwater Lighthouse.
Summer hours are Noon-9pm daily, beginning on June 9th. Weather permitting
2018 admission cost is $7 for those ages 13-55, children ages 6-12 and Seniors over 55 are $5 each, and children 5 and under play for free. Group rates are also available and each member of a group party from 10-19 people receives $1 off regular admission per person. Groups of 20 or more receive $2 off regular admission per person.
Family passes are now available for $125 which includes 30 rounds of mini golf.
Ludington Area Jaycees Mini Golf
900 W. Ludington Ave.
Ludington, MI 49431
About the Jaycees Mini Golf Course
The Ludington Area Jaycees’ Miniature Golf Course was opened in 1967 for the sole purpose of generating funds to support community projects. Since that year, over $300,000 has been donated by the club to local initiatives. Proceeds from the mini golf are only used to support local charitable organizations and causes with zero dollars going toward the Ludington Area Jaycees’ chapter projects.
The Jaycees course currently supports the community by hosting Charity Mini Golf Mondays throughout the summer where the chosen community organization or cause receives 30% of the sales on that day.
Want to learn more about the Ludington Area Jaycees? Visit www.ludingtonareajaycees.org, e-mail email@example.com, or visit facebook.com.
For more activities & attractions, check out these additional links for Things to Do in West Michigan:
Have Fun in Manistee, Michigan -- Explore Manistee's historic downtown district and riverwalk, hike the Manistee National Forest, canoe on the Manistee River, and more.
Hamlin Lake -- Just 4 miles north of Ludington, Hamlin Lake is a great destination for boating, fishing and climbing dunes! The Hamlin Lake shoreline is also part of the Ludington State Park.
Silver Lake Sand Dunes -- Visiting the Silver Lake Sand Dunes makes for a terrific vacation because you can take your off-road vehicle for a spin on the scenic sand dunes overlooking Lake Michigan and Silver Lake.
Things to Do in Pentwater, Michigan -- Nothing is quite like the quaint, artsy, harbortown village of Pentwater. Don't miss the popular Charles Mears State Park beach on Pentwater's Lake Michigan shoreline.
Lots of Activities in Scottville, Michigan -- Explore the Riverside Park along the National Scenic Pere Marquette River.
Canoeing or Fishing on the Pere Marquette River -- Many boat liveries offer canoe rentals.
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