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Ausable Huron Condominium Campground

Owners Association

Your Board Members

Kim Kieba


Lot # 162

Kate Campbell

Vice President

Lot # 97

Cathy Dewald


Lot # 72

Ann McGowan


Lot # 142

Vicki Piekarz

Assistant Treasurer

Lot #143

Park Manager Phone


*Phone is not used for rental inquires

UPDATED 05/08/2021, updates as of this date are marked in white.

AED's: AED's have been removed from the bathhouses due to yearly certification and maintenance. The board will update their status as soon as they are inspected. Please be sure to call 911 in case of emergency.

Common Area Update: The front bathhouse is open and only one unit (co-owner) is allowed to use it at a time. If a bathhouse door is locked, it means it is in use and you must wait until it is unoccupied. The center bathhouse, laundry room and fish cleaning station will be open within the next week. Signage is being prepared and facilities are being prepped.

Covid19: It is each owner's responsibility and requirement to read the Covid19 tab above in its entirety and comply with all regulations set forth. Failure to follow these regulations may result in common areas being closed. Please don't be the one person to ruin it for everyone else.

Opening of common areas: All common areas will be open May 1st, except for the clubhouse gathering area. Each common area is only to be used by owners/guests of ONE unit at a time and masks must be worn at all times. Be sure to follow all sanitizing protocols and sign the check in/out log for every visit to a common area.

Ensure that the restroom doors are locked from the inside using the slide lock so that no one can enter until you have completed your visit and you have properly sanitized the area(s). A mask must be worn at all times unless you are doing something that requires your mask to be removed, i.e. showering, brushing your teeth, etc..

If you are using the laundry facilities, you must keep track of your laundry so that it doesn’t sit in the washers or dryers. When in use you must flip the door sign to state “In use” and flip the sign to “Open” once you are finished with your laundry and have sanitized the area(s) so that someone else can utilize the laundry. You must wear a mask at all times in the laundry room.

Due to it being outdoors, the fish cleaning station will be opened with only a maximum of two people allowed within the enclosed gated area. Face masks and 6' social distancing is recommended at all times and the area must be cleaned and sanitized before leaving.

If you have the ability to use your unit for restroom & laundry facilities, it is recommended that you do so in order to shorten the wait time for the use of the common facilities.

Internet Update: The board has had the internet inspected and a plan to repair it is in process. The maintenance of this equipment can be costly as with any electronic equipment that can become obsolete. It is the intent of the board to get the best quality equipment replaced and/or repaired in order to provide all co-owners in the park with consistent internet service and the ability to live stream without lagging, rebooting or not having the ability to connect to it. If you should have any comments or concerns about the internet, please use the owners form under the forms and bylaws tab above.

Gate Code: The gate code that was provided in the last newsletter is now working, please do not share with anyone who is not an owner. All guests should be met at the gate or provided your park key for use.

River Seawall/Docks: The river docks may be installed this year, so long as the bottom of the dock is at least 6" above the water. If river water height increases, the board will reevaluate the situation.

Review: Please review all of the old information below to refresh yourself with general information for the new season. Happy Spring!

Spring opening: The water in the park has been turned on, but may need to be shut off at times for repairs or will be turned off if colder weather deems it necessary. It is recommended that you turn off your spigot when you leave your unit for more than one day. DO NOT place items down the drains/sewers including flushable wipes, baby wipes, grease, etc., doing so causes clogging and makes it more costly to maintain our sewer system.

Billing & Newsletter Update: An invoice for the second quarter dues for 2021 was mailed or emailed to co-owners today, March 1st. Statements have been updated to a new system and will look different in appearance, preview the new format with an explanation of changes under the forms and bylaws tab.

Those that receive their statement invoices via email, the spring newsletter should have arrived in your inbox, February 24th which is early, as they are normally emailed at the time of your invoicing statement. Coordination of emailing dues and newsletter at the same time will occur in the future. Thank you and should you have any questions regarding your account or the new invoice, don’t hesitate to contact Cathy Dewald, whose telephone number is listed at the bottom of your invoice statement.

Sewer Update: The sewer repairs are completed and in the spring when weather permits, the roads will be repaired where digging to correct leaks occurred. URGENT: During the winter season, no items including any liquids should be placed down the sewer. During open season, DO NOT place items down the sewers including flushable wipes, baby wipes, grease, etc., doing so causes clogging and makes it more costly to maintain our sewer system. 

Yearly EGLE Inspection for Campground Licensing: Our inspection went well again this year with the exception of vehicles being parked in the road or outside of their unit boundaries. Please read the parking guidelines that must be followed below.

Reminders for the Safety and Consideration of All:

- Please be cautious when swimming as boats may not be able to see swimmers. It is

suggested to have a float or other item for visibility if you are a ways away from shore. It is also asked that all boaters stay clear of swimmers and approach the beach/seawall

area slowly and with extreme caution.

- Please clean up after yourself, a lot of garbage has been left along our beach and the

beach to the north. Please be considerate and pick up all items when leaving, such as

water bottles, wrappers, etc.

- NO fireworks or sparklers of any type are allowed anywhere within the park including

the beach area above the seawall.

- NO fires allowed, except at the marina community firepit; where social distancing

must be followed.

- All dogs must be on leashes within the park, including the beach. Also, be sure to

immediately clean up after your dog including feces and any holes that may be dug.

- Use walkways (no bikes allowed); cutting through lots or between units is not allowed.

- Enter Lake Huron by the steps located at the north end of the seawall, do not climb on

the rocks as they are very slippery and can be dangerous.

- Common areas are still closed due to Covid19, please adhere to 6 foot distancing and

wear masks

Grass Cutting: It is the responsibility of the unit owners to ensure that the areas of grass needing to be cut remain clear of any items which includes, boats trailers, hoses, yarn ornaments, goose/animal deterrents, vehicles, etc. It is not the responsibility of the lawn service to move these items or attempt to weed whip around/beneath them. Also, if you are using another owners unit to park your vehicle, they should be aware and provided approval prior to parking on them and it is your responsibility to ensure your vehicle is moved so that the lawn cutting service can trim their grass.

Parking: Numerous parking complaints have been brought to the attention of the board and all co-owners need to ensure that they comply with the following parking rules:

  • Each unit must have at least one parking spot that is a minimum of 9' x 18'
  • All vehicles must be at least 2' off the road and 2' from their road side property lines
  • No vehicles can be parked in the road at any time
  • Only ONE vehicle is allowed per unit

These regulations are for the safety of all and those owners who do not comply will receive letters from the board. Please be courteous of other owners and the cost that occurs in sending these letters; along with the time associated with the board who can use the time to focus on more important issues within the park.

Survey: The survey is still a work in process as many areas of concern in recording of the campground over the years has caused problems in determining the proper control points and mathematical accuracies for recording and marking. Back office work was completed throughout the fall remedying the issues and unfortunately site work was halted due to the weather and Covid19.   

Marina: The marina now has a website and is managed by the marina board and this post to our site is to help get the information out as quickly as possible. Please share their website with any marina owners you may know.

AuSable River Inlet - A safety issue continues in the area along the North side of the Au Sable River, west of the steel wall where the boulders are. The Army Corps of Engineers is aware of the issue and has informed us that this area can be dangerous and asked that we stay clear of it for our safety.

Mailing Address: AHCCA, P.O. Box 318, Au Gres, MI 48703