Mason County Sports Hall of Fame
The Mason County Sports Hall of Fame and Museum is a not-for-profit educational institution dedicated to honoring those who have made outstanding contributions to sports.
Its purpose is to:
1. Honor, by enshrinement, those individuals who had exceptional careers whether as an athlete, a coach, or a team.
2. Recognize others for their significant achievements whether as a sponsor, booster or supportive organization.
3. Foster an appreciation of the historical contributions of these individuals and their impact on our area by collecting through donation, and exhibiting for a general audience, information, memorabilia, artifacts, literature, photographs and related materials which focus on area athletes elected to the Hall of Fame, in particular, and sports in general and by preserving these collections for future posterity.
4. Inspire, educate and enhance awareness, through these exhibitions and collected materials, and create for a diverse audience an understanding and appreciation of our county’s Sports Hall of Famers and their heritage.
The Mason County Sports Hall of Fame (MCSHF) is an organization created in 2004, dedicated to honoring those who have made outstanding contributions to sports in our Western Michigan area, particularly in Mason County. The MCSHF is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion and preservation of sports history in our area. The Mason County Sports Hall of Fame Museum is located at Historic White Pine Village in Ludington, MI. The Museum was dedicated on June 25, 2005, and on that day, the first class was inducted into the Hall of Fame. The induction is now an annual event, followed by an evening banquet.
1687 South Lakeshore Drive