A magical place, the Lake Caroline community welcomes you to a lifestyle where family is celebrated, and good neighbors become lifelong friends. Lake Caroline is a 3,000-acre planned community with resort style amenities. Residents enjoy walking in an 11-acre park, boating and fishing on the second largest, private lake in Mississippi, and golfing on a championship golf course. And because the land was developed with wildlife in mind, Lake Caroline is home to pelicans, herons, bald eagles, and deer, making it a haven for nature lovers.  
Newcomer
Access the Newcomer Packet here.
What’s New
Documents
Board Minutes are posted on our Documents webpage under Governance. You must be logged in to view the page.
 
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Natives in the Neighborhood Series
 
Welcome back to
Natives in your Neighborhood
 
Native plants abound in our Lake Caroline neighborhoods. 
 
Here is something you’ll see blooming now:
The entrance to Lake Caroline near Camden Crossing was overgrown with advantageous, invasive undergrowth which Lake Caroline removed last year, making it look welcoming and natural. To repay for these efforts, Mother Nature allowed many Red Buckeyes (Aesculus pavia) to prosper. Hummingbirds and native bees love the red flowers full of nectar, especially since food has been scarce overwinter. Native species feed and nurture our ecological partners.
 
Feel free to email me with questions or photographs of natives near you!  Nelliebell232@gmail.com
 
-Park Committee
Now Hiring Summer Positions
Are you looking for a summer job? We are currently hiring for seasonal pool attendants. Must be 18 or older and able to work outside for 4-8 hour shifts. Must be willing to work Memorial Day weekend and Fourth of July.
 
Click here for job description.
 
Email danielle@lakecarolinems.com for more information.
LOLC Garden Luncheon
The Ladies of Lake Caroline
Invite you to attend a
Garden Luncheon
 
Presenting:
What’s on “Your” Table
By GiGi Dinkins
 
Every table will be set with heirloom China, silver, linens.
and a beautiful center piece.
 
Guest speaker will be Nick Thompson
from Madison Garden Center
 
Featuring:
Container gardening for your patio or deck.
Door prize will be the container for the day!
 
Cost $35.00 Non-refundable
May 9, 2024, at 11:30 a.m.
Space is limited!
 
Registration is full.
Third Annual Earth Day
Our Third Annual Earth Day is next Saturday, April 20 from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm in the Park. If you have been to either of the past celebrations, you will surely be making a return visit! If you have not experienced one yet, you will not want to miss another opportunity.
 
Kids activities will include a butterfly life cycle craft, an egg carton caterpillar craft, rock painting, and face painting. The Madison County Book Mobile will return and be open throughout the event. All of these have been big hits for the children in past years.
 
Adults will enjoy two different presentations. The first will be at 10:00 and will be offered by Nate Venarske who is the owner of Mississippi Woodland Nursery, a backyard native plant nursery in Ridgeland. He has done much research on pollinator-plant interactions focusing on community science data to determine the best plants for pollinators throughout Mississippi. The second presentation will be at 11:00 and made by Cindy Rogers (The Plant Lady). It will be on container gardening. You may have attended her recent demonstration on pruning shrubs which was a real crowd pleaser. 
 
Everyone is invited to participate in the plant swaps and lawn/garden tool swaps. Children and adults alike have enjoyed this part of Earth Day. It is very refreshing to see the children excited about swapping and planting various flowers and plants.
 
-Park Committee
Boater Safety Class
The Mississippi Wildlife, Fisheries, & Parks is offering a free boating safety class for Lake Caroline residents.
 
The class is scheduled for April 20, from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm, at the Martinique Clubhouse with lunch included. 
Registration for this event closes on Thursday, April 18.
 
This MWFP course is accepted nationwide, and participants will receive a state issued boater registration card. Check with your insurance carrier as some companies will reduce your premium when you complete the course.
 
To reserve your spot, click here and follow the registration instructions carefully. Once you reach the webpage, there will be a link on the right side of the map of Mississippi that says "Enter reserved class code if applicable."  Click that.  The reserved class code is Caroline2024.  From there, you will be prompted to create an account to register. Searching for the class among the public classes will not bring up the Lake Caroline class. Your Lake Caroline website login credentials will not work with this site.
Frequently Called Numbers
For Emergencies dial 911
Madison Co. Sheriff's Dept. 601-859-2345
 
Madison Co. Animal Control 601-856-6111
Madison Co. Limb Pick up 601-855-5673
Madison Co. Road Dept. 601-855-5671
(for potholes and other road issues)
 
Click here for Local Info
 
Click here for Frequently Asked Questions
Lake Level
April 18, 2024 - at full pool
April 11, 2024 - 13.24 inches above full pool
 
For past lake levels Click Here for the Lakes Page then select Lake Level.
Upcoming Events
Boater Safety Class -April 20
 
Earth Day Event -April 20

Wine Club - May 3

LOLC Garden Luncheon - May 9
 
*Watch News Notes for details on these special events. See Weekly Events for events held weekly. 
 
Weekly Events
 
Bridge Club
Join us Tuesdays from 1-4 pm at Martinique. Anyone interested is encouraged to attend. 
 
Canasta Open Play 
Join us Wednesdays from 1-4 pm at Martinique.  Anyone interested is encouraged to attend.  Please bring a deck of cards and beverage of choice.
 
Ladies of Lake Caroline Social
Please join our weekly social hour Thursdays anytime between 1pm and 5pm at the Martinique clubhouse. Some of us play cards and others drink coffee and visit.  
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