Campground Featured In TV Segment

January 23, 2014 by   - () Comments Off on Campground Featured In TV Segment

A television news show on WZZM in Grand Rapids, Mich., featured a story on Michigan campground Sandy Pines Wilderness Trails.

Sandy Pines Wilderness Trails Inc. is a member-owned, nonprofit R.V. Resort and Campground. You can camp on a daily basis for up to two weeks per year or become a member where you have license for the exclusive use of an assigned campsite and it shall continue from year to year upon payment of annual membership dues.

Facilities include:

• A total of 813 acres with perimeter fence.

• A 262-acre, stocked Lake Monterey.

• 24 hour, all-year security.

• Rustic cabins.

• Wireless Internet access.

• A total of 13 heated convenience centers, each containing sinks, showers and toilet facilities for men & women.

• Four laundromats.

• Facilities for supplying gasoline, marine gas, and bottled propane gas.

• Two waste-disposal stations.

• A recycling station.

• Six park entrance gates, operated by membership cards; one manned 24 hours a day all year.

• Nearly two dozen miles of paved roads for walking, biking, and skating, plus nature trails and fitness trails..

• A car wash.

• A beauty parlor.

• A country store, a snack shop & an ice-cream parlor.

• Four heated outdoor swimming pools (seasonal), one indoor heated swimming pool, plus a water slide & splash pads.

• An open-air chapel with regular Sunday worship services and evening concerts Memorial Day to Labor Day

• A ropes course.

• An arcade.

• A first-aid center.

• An adult recreation center.

• A tot center.

• An air-conditioned, all-purpose pavilion and three open-air pavilions.

• A library.

• Many playground areas.

• Lighted tennis courts, basketball courts, shuffleboard courts, volleyball courts, softball diamonds, horseshoe pits, a bocce ball area, a soccer field, a disc golf course, a miniature golf course and an 18-hole golf course..

• A fitness center, open all year.

• Sandy beaches.

• Snowmobile trails.

• Boat ramps.

To watch the story, click here.


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