Services provided

Holding Tank Tips

Water shut-off / turn-on

Water will be turned on annually on the Monday nearest April 15th and turned off annually on the Monday nearest October 15th depending on how the calendar falls and weather conditions. If freezing temperatures are present, water turn on and shut dates will be adjusted for safety.

Mark your water supply hose at the riser with your site number so you know to reconnect the correct hose each spring. A permanent marker or paint pen works best. Having your site number on your water supply hose and faucet also helps our maintenance staff should they need to replace or repair your water riser. There have been times when a neighbor has mistakenly turned the wrong water faucet on or off.

Tree removal

Tree removal on your site or in the green area must be approved by the Park Inspector. Please contact the inspector at 616.896.7286 for a permit.


Compactors are not for large items or leaves. Use the Phase 7 compactor only for large items and the leaf dump for leaves and tree branches, both are located across from the Public Safety Office. Please help keep the area around the compactors free of trash and other items.


Recycling Center Bins on are onsite from Memorial through Labor Day weekend and are located at the Recycling Center across from the Main Gate Entrance. We accept most standard co-mingled recyclables such as cardboard, paper, plastic, and glass. Please be sure to check the list posted on the recycle bins for the items we do and don’t accept.

Leaves and brush

A leaf/brush dump is located across the street from the Public Safety Office. Members may take loose or paper bagged leaves and brush only to this area. NO PLASTIC. Leaves and brush may not be put in or around the dumpsters. Maintenance will pick up leaves along the road in PAPER bags only. Brush must be stacked neatly with the ends toward the road.



2021 – 2022 CC Winter Schedule

CC Schedule for the Winter Season Updated 10/25/2021

Safety News August

Algae Blooms & Toxins: As the summer temperatures heat up it is common for lakes to have Algae Blooms. You may have noticed in previous summers multi colors of green floating upon the top of the surface of the lake like spilled green paint floating upon the lake surface along the shoreline. Most Algae blooms…

COVID Update 4/27/21

To our valued Sandy Pines Members and Community: As you are aware, the number of COVID-19 cases continue to rise throughout the State of Michigan as well as Allegan County.  With our official opening of the park taking place on April 15, 2021, we have seen much activity within the park by members returning from…

Maintenance News April 21

By Ben Fifelski Spring is a busy time of year; we have leaves to rake, branches to pick up, trailers to clean, and weeds to pull. Please remember, while you are engaged in all of this business, to place your leaves and yard waste in the correct piles at the dump. Brush goes in…

COVID-19 Update

COVID Update 1/15/21

To our valued Sandy Pines Members and Community: We are writing to provide an update to recent announcements made Wednesday January 13, 2021 by the Governor and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS).  The current order pausing certain gatherings and activities including work related activities when able to work remote has been…

Fall Checklist

Here are our top eight things to do in fall before leaving your site for the winter: Winterize your trailer, golf carts and boats. We have reached our limit of 500 winterizations, so please plan accordingly. Secure golf carts, lawn furniture and small items to protect from the brisk fall winds. We want to be…

Maintenance October News

Leaf Pick Up Fall is upon us, which means that leaves will soon begin to drop. Please keep garbage out of the leaf and brush piles. Maintenance will only pick up bagged leaves that are placed by the edge of the road. We don’t currently have a schedule as to when leaf bags will be…

Maintenance September News

The maintenance department will be trimming back branches on the roads this off season. We will trim the branches back to the trunk of the tree around 14ft high. Please come see us if you have any concerns.

Lake Treatments (Mon 8/10)

Lake Monterey is scheduled for spot treatments Monday 8/10/20. Watch for signs in treated areas which may include swimming bans. Upcoming treatments and additional information is available on our online calendar at PLM Lake Treatment

Lake Treatment 7/27/20

Lake Monterey is scheduled for spot treatments on Monday 7/27/20. Watch for signs in treated areas which may include swimming bans. More information and our treatment schedule is available on our online calendar at PLM Lake Treatment

Annual Election
August 21, 2021

Labor Day Tournaments
September 3-5, 2021

Pancake Breakfast
September 4, 2021

Labor Day Fireworks
September 4, 2021