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Member News

Library Closed

January 17, 2018

The Sandy Pines Library is closed as we are in the process of moving to the Retail Center (by the Country Cafe & Store) this off season. The Sandy Pines Maintenance Crew is working diligently  to prepare the new site which will also offer 24 hour access with your membership card. We have a new…

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CC Construction Update 01-12-18

January 11, 2018

Construction on FEMA approved storm structure standards began in September. Estimated occupancy is expected in April 2018, with construction completion in May 2018. The two new facilities will hold approximately 200-250 people and will withstand an EF-4 tornado with winds up to 250 mph.

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30th Street Bridge Update

January 11, 2018

The bridge on 30th over the Rabbit River is still closed for construction. Allegan County Road Commission originally estimated project completion around the end of the year in 2017. The cause of the initial delay was due to contaminated soil found during excavation, likely from an old oil line. The latest update has bridge completion set for spring 2018…

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Gas Line Installation

January 8, 2018

You may have noticed Michigan Gas trucks around the park this off season. They have been laying gas lines and prepping them for installation. Over the next week or two, please keep an eye out for crews that will be working to install the gas lines, especially while the roads are packed with snow, ice…

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Snow & Ice Update

January 8, 2018

Our recent cold snap dropped roughly a foot of snow throughout the park, for more details, see our prior Snow & Ice Update.  Temperatures recently rose above freezing and warmer temperatures are expected this week. This weekend temperatures are predicted to dip back into the teens. If you haven’t cleared the snow off of the…

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Snow Load & Ice Update

January 2, 2018

We currently have 10 to 12 inches of snow throughout the park. It is recommended to have snow removed from park model roofs and structures when accumulation nears a foot or more. While the snow is currently light and fluffy, temperatures will warm throughout this next week and snow will become wet and heavy which…

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Happy New Year

January 1, 2018

Remembering our Sandy Pines Family and Friends at the end of the year fills our hearts with joy! However you choose to celebrate the holiday season, please know that all Sandy Pines staff and Board of Directors are wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas, a warm and happy holiday season and best…

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CC Construction Update 12-15-17

December 15, 2017

Construction on FEMA approved storm structure standards began in September. Estimated occupancy is expected in April 2018, with construction completion in May 2018. The two new facilities will hold approximately 200-250 people and will withstand an EF-4 tornado with winds up to 250 mph.

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Maintenance Update

December 14, 2017

The Off-Season is a very busy time for our Maintenance Department. Here is a list of some of the things that they’ve been working on. This list is not all-inclusive…but it gives you an idea of what they’ve been up to. They’ve winterized 443 sites; working on updating the camp sites in Phase 3; updating…

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Kiddie Fire Extinguisher Recall

December 8, 2017

40 Million Kiddie Fire extinguishers with plastic handles have been recalled.  The fire extinguishers can become clogged or require excessive force to discharge and can fail to activate during a fire emergency. In addition, the nozzle can detach with enough force to pose an impact hazard. Some of these extinguishers were sold in Recreational Vehicles and on…

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Sandy Pines WinterFest
February 10, 2018

Annual Renewal Deadline
March 15, 2017

Mayfest Flea Market
May 5, 2018

4th of July Fireworks
June 30, 2018