Presque Isle Harbor Association

A Four Seasons Residential & Recreational Community

Presque Isle Harbor Association

A Four Seasons Residential & Recreational Community

Presque Isle Harbor Association

A Four Seasons Residential & Recreational Community

Recent News & Upcoming Events

Now Hiring – Clubhouse Attendant

PIHA is looking to hire a clubhouse attendant. Full job description and applications are available at the Presque Isle Harbor Association Clubhouse.

Must be 18 years of age!
$13/hour starting wage
Start Date: Immediately

6424 Kauffman Rd.
Presque Isle MI, 49777

If interested, please contact:
Jacob KrollExecutive Director PIHA
989-595-2411
jkrollpiha@gmail.com

A Note from PIHA’s Acting BOD President – May 2022

May greetings from the acting PIHA Board of Directors (BOD) President,

Happy spring to all of you!  It seems that Mother nature wanted to remind all of us that she is still around and can be quite angry!  Elaine and I are glad that we all avoided more serious damage and that no one was seriously injured.

With the beginning of spring, I am sure that many of you are looking forward to all those wonderful activities that warmer weather brings.  With that in mind, this month I would like to write about the campground.

As many of you know, we are going to replace the campground septic system this spring. The current and original system can no longer function properly and needs to be replaced. We anticipate that the replacement project will take 2 to 3 weeks, perhaps longer depending whether or not unforeseen complications occur.  During the project the campground will be open, but there will be on-going construction operations and traffic to deal with.  Together we will get through this with a much needed improvement for the campground.

I also want to discuss a topic that has been brought to the attention of the BOD.  Several members of the association have expressed concerns that the current procedure for reserving seasonal campsites makes it difficult for others to reserve a seasonal site.  It seems that there is also a perception “that once you have a seasonal site you have the site forever”.  That perception  also implies that there are not enough seasonal campsites to meet demand.

 For informational purposes I would like to share the following with you:

  1. There are currently 60 sites in the campground, 10 seasonal sites with sewer and electric, 26 seasonal sites with electricity only, 17 transient sites without sewer, 5 transient sites with sewer, 1 manager site and 1 camper rental site.

  2. There are currently approximately 34 seasonal campers

  3. There are approximately 38 members on the seasonal wait list.

The highest occupancy rate for a seasonal sites occur during the holiday periods, i.e. Memorial day, the 4th of July and Labor day.  As a reminder, you cannot  reserve a site more than 30 days in advance so plan accordingly.

Your campground committee has been investigating what new options, if any, can be implemented.  Simply that includes (1) expanding the number of seasonal sites, (2) developing a scheme that would limit the time or number of years that a member could rent a seasonal site and (3) enhance the reservation process with the implementation of the new database management system.  To be clear, No Changes will be made until further evaluation is done by the new BOD.

Once the new board is seated following the election in the annual meeting, I would anticipate that the campground needs would be a high priority.  If you would like to offer suggestions or to make other comments for the campground management and operation, please address them to the BOD.  As a reminder, after the new election I will no longer be on the board.

In closing, this letter most likely will be my last letter to the association.  It has been my honor and privilege to serve you as a member of the Board of Directors.  I urge all of you to work with the BOD to continue the enhancement of our association as we move into the future.

Regards,

Michael Thurber
Acting Board of Directors President PIHA

PIH Water Company Information

Reliable water services to the PIHA membership is an important expectation from your leadership team. The PIH Water Company shares in this belief. Should you have any questions or concerns regarding your water services, please contact:

Kyle Gallager
Presque Isle Water Company
www.pihwater.com

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,

Jacob Kroll
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

Presque Isle Harbor Association

Give us a call or fill out our contact form if you have any questions.

  • Address

    6424 Kauffman Road, Presque Isle, MI 49777

  • Phone

    (989) 595-2411

  • Hours of Operation

    Monday-Sunday  8:00AM-9:30PM

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