Welcome Letter to PIHA New Members
March 15, 2021:
Congratulations and welcome to the Presque Isle Harbor Association; the best northeast Michigan has to offer.
Those who live and visit here, enjoy our beaches, lakes and trails. You can visit our lighthouses, charter a fishing trip and or charter a dive on one of our many shipwrecks.
Enjoy swimming and other lake side activities at the PIHA beach houses on Grand Lake and Lake Huron; and don’t forget to visit our Clubhouse nestled in the woods to enjoy some play time in the pool or a soak in the hot tub.
Whatever brings you here, our peacefulness and beauty will keep you here.
Please enjoy our PIHA website and review our amenities, rules and regulations.
I look forward to seeing you around,
Executive Director PIHA
Campers Village News
February 9, 2021:
The Presque Isle Harbor Association Board has approved funding to enhance the aesthetics and amenities of Campers Village.
Upgrades have already occurred surrounding the entrance and dump station. New fire rings will be phased in as well as brush clearing and expansion of sites that are small in nature.
An assessment of need has been realized, supporting the need for potential expansion of Campers Village, which may include an additional loop.
Upon review of fees in neighboring campgrounds, adjustments to seasonal and daily fees have been initiated.
Revisions have been made to the rules & regulations to enhance the aesthetics of the grounds. Please review as there have been some important changes they may impact your site.
Campground Rules – See “Rule 6: Campground Use” (Updated 2021)
Campground Dues & Fees (Updated 2021)
PIHA – Board of Directors
Referral Program Suspension
Update on County Owned Lots:
The leadership team within PIHA has assembled a group of individuals to assist the county in marketing nearly 300 county owned lots. As a result, we are pleased to inform our membership that there has been a significant increase in sales and interest in our community. Since August 2019, roughly 200 county owned lots in PIHA have transacted into private ownership; recapturing significant lost revenue for our members. This success allows us to suspend the county owned lot referral program beginning April 1, 2021.
Board of Directors, President
PIHA Clubhouse Operation Update (February 2, 2021)
Effective February 2, 2021: The clubhouse will be open from 8:00 am to 9:30 pm seven days a week with the limitations listed below:
Patrons must remain masked at all times.
Patrons are prohibited from mingling or engaging in physical contact with persons outside of their group.
No food or beverages will be served indoors.
All members and guest are required to sign a contract tracing form when checking in.
All members are required to wear a mask while inside the clubhouse.
All members are asked to enter the main entrance near the front office and exit the double doors on the left side of the front patio (signs and direction markers are posted).
Front Lounge area (Multiple households must maintain 6’ of distance between households – Maximum of 4 households).
Fitness room is open (One household at a time – 30 minute time limit). Call ahead to schedule a time slot for use.
Pool is open (One household at a time – 1 hour time limit). Call ahead to schedule a time slot for use.
Spa is open (One household at a time).
Locker room and showers are open.
Gym is open for use (Maximum of 30 persons – Social distancing required.)
Craft Room is open for use (Maximum of 10 persons – Social distancing required.)
Group activities are allowed in the gym and craft room following the social distancing measures listed above.
No group activities are allowed in the pool or fitness room.
Other social distancing measures as necessary, appropriate signage will be posted.
The operation of all PIHA facilities is done in a manner which is required by the MDHHS most recent guidelines. We greatly appreciate your understanding during these challenging times and sincerely hope you enjoy your visit at the PIHA clubhouse.
Jacob J. Kroll
Executive Director PIHA
A friendly reminder to all, surrounding landscaping, per the PIHA Rule Book
Rule 18e: LANDSCAPING: No owner shall perform any landscaping, place or remove minerals, plant or remove any trees, shrubs or flowers, or place any ornamental materials upon any common properties without approval of the Executive Director. – Thank you