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320 Plungers raised $62,000 at the St. Peter Plunge! 

Location and Check In

Not registered online? Walk-up registration will be taken at the Pre-Plunge and Day-Of Check In events.

Plunge Time
Plunge begins at 1 p.m.

Plunge Location
Hallett’s Pond
North 3rd St and Old Minnesota Ave
St. Peter, MN
map and directions

Pre-Plunge Check In
Friday, February 2
4 – 6 p.m.
Red Men Club
412 South 3rd Street
St. Peter, MN 56082
map and directions

Day-Of Plunge Check In
10:30 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.
Hallett’s Pond
North 3rd St & Old Minnesota Ave
St. Peter, MN
map and directions


Brad Steele

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There is limited parking at Hallet’s Pond, so we recommend that you take advantage of the free parking at the nearby Shopko, which is available to all Plungers and spectators. There will also be additional spectator parking available at the Nicollet County Fairgrounds, which is just on the west side of the Plunge site. There is a walking path that leads to the Plunge area.

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Special Thanks

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Blue Earth County Sheriff’s Office
City of St. Peter
Mankato Police Department
New Ulm Police Department
Nicollet County Sheriff’s Office
Nicollet Fire Department
North Mankato Fire Department
North Mankato Police Department
St. Peter Ambulance
St. Peter Fire Department
St. Peter Police Department
Northern Con-Agg
Dranttel Sales & Service
LJP Waste & Recycling
City of Mankato
Agropur Inc.
St. Peter Rental Center
Courtland Fire Department
South Central EMS

Past Plunge Results

2018 – 320 Plungers raised $62,000

2017 – 321 Plungers raised $78,638
2016 – 526 Plungers raised $92,418
2015 – 529 Plungers raised $107,052
2014 – 676 Plungers raised $121,600