Ski Jumping Since 1885
Welcome to the St Paul Ski Club!   This is a nighttime aerial view of our ski jumping complex, located along  I-494 in Maplewood, MN.                 It’s where kids learn to fly, and has four jumps so they can progress to bigger hills and longer flights in a series of steps, guided by expert coaches in a safe and  confidence-building process.    We have plastic surfaces on two of our jumps, enabling our athletes to train in summer, too.  Please enjoy your visit to our website and to come see ski jumpers in action!    We’ll announce our fall and winter training schedule soon.  It’s usually on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.  We have stairways along our hills to provide a great view for our spectators, and lots of on-site parking.
Our club’s history dates back to 1885, and we look forward to many more years of giving kids the skills and confience to enjoy this delightful sport! Two of our four jumps have synthetic surfaces for summer use, and it’s an engaging family activity. We’re located next to I-494 in Maplewood. Visit our Location page to get directions and a map. Our About page will give you contact information. Come on out, we hope to meet you soon!
Video Credit: Southwest Washington County Telecommunications Commission (SWCTC)
Young SPSC jumper Camilla (Coco)            Jacobson passes away July 29;              see News page     Click photo to enlarge
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About MORE button at bottom of Navigation menu: There’s a button that brings up a sub- menu with a series of options. At this time, we’v’e identified just a few of those things, including: Photo Gallery … An extensive collection of shots from our club and our athletes, presented via SmugMug Shop & Support SPSC … You can shop online and a portion of what you spend comes back to the club! St Paul Educational Foundation … Info about the financial structure that supports our club & programs. (this last item is not yet available) Old SPSC website … as of May 20, 2021 (will no longer be updated)
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Wally Wakefield Learn to Jump Camp Dec 29-30 We are asking you to pre-register for the camp by December 22. This will help us in our planning. Membership forms, equipment rental forms and WW Learn to jump Camp registration forms will be sent in a future email. CLICK HERE TO VIEW FLYER!
Our club’s history dates back to 1885, and we look forward to many more years of giving kids the skills and confience to enjoy this delightful sport!  Two of our four jumps have synthetic surfaces for summer use, and it’s an engaging family activity.  We’re located next to I-494 in Maplewood.  Visit our Location page to get directions and a map.  Our About page will give you contact information.  Come on out, we hope to meet you soon!
WELCOME to SPSC!  This is a nighttime aerial video of our ski jumping complex    It’s where kids learn to fly, and has four jumps so they can progress to bigger hills and longer flights in a series of steps, guided by expert coaches in a safe and confidence-building process.   We have plastic surfaces on two of our jumps, enabling our athletes to train in summer, too.  Please enjoy your visit to our website and to come see ski jumpers in action!     We’ll announce our fall and winter training schedule soon. It’s usually Tuesday and Thursday evenings.  We have stairways along our hills to provide a great view for our spectators, and lots of convenient on-site parking.
Ski Jumping Since 1885
Video Credit: Southwest Washington County Telecommunications Commission (SWCTC)
About the MORE button on right end our Navigation bar:  In an effort to keep our navigation bar to a length that will fit on the page without the buttons and text getting too small, we’ve added a button that brings up a drop menu with a series of options.  At this time, we’v’e identified a few of those things.  •	Photo Gallery … an extensive collection of shots from our club and our athletes, presented via SmugMug •	Shop & Support SPSC … You can shop online and a portion of what you spend comes back to the club! •	St Paul Educational Foundation … Info about the financial structure that supports our club and programs.    (this last item is not yet available) •	Old SPSC website … as of May 20, 2021  (will no longer be updated)
Young SPSC jumper Camilla (Coco) Jacobson                passes away July 29; see News page
Click photo to enlarge
Annual Wally Wakefield Learn to Jump Camp … Dec 29-30 We are asking you to pre-register for the camp by December 22.  This will help us in our planning.  Membership forms, equipment rental forms and WW Learn to jump Camp registration forms will be sent in a future email.