Member Contact Update |
Guest Site Reservation
This page is specifically for information for our Park
Please check back often, as it will be frequently updated. On this page
you will find links for updating your contact information, which will
keep the Office files current, and a link for the most current Pathways
A great way to keep up with what is going on in
the Park, is our Face
BookPage. Do come over and check it out. over 400
the Office ....
May Pathways are available for Download. I
have not had a chance to send the Emails yet. You can find the files on
the Pathways page, see the links above.
you need current Rules or Bylaws, you can find a PDF file of each on
the Documents page - you can find a link at the top of this page.
At the September Meeting, the
Membership voted to increase the service fee on any and all past due
debt owed to the Park. Payments are considered past due if
they are 30 days passed the date of invoice. A service fee of 5% will
be added on the 15th of the month for any past due debt.
A link has been added above that contains a few of the
Forms that are available in the Office. We felt it would be helpful to
few of them for Member use.
If you'd like a copy of the Parks Calendar for the next
season, you can download one here.
Please keep the Office updated
with any of your
contact information. Phone, address, or even E-mail address. All is
helpful if we need to contact you. THANKS
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Notes ... 2012- 2013 Notes
Just a reminder...Yesterday was May 1st.
-Your dues are due by the 15th!
-Lots need cleaned up by the 1st of June.
-Register your boat at the office by June 1st
Thanks! Don't forget!
and gentleman, we have water!!! Spring is here!
I'm hoping tomorrow will be the first full day with water.
Don't forget your anti syphon valves. Also flush your spigot for a few
long minutes before you hook up. Get rid of the minerals that can clog
up your anti syphon and your trailer.
If you are building a deck,
adding an add a room, doing a driveway,
putting up lattice, adding a shed, building a hitch cover, removing a
tree, or anything else that you may be in question of, please contact
the office to pick up your permit, or send me an email to
Remember to clean up your yards, clean your trailers, clean your decks,
and fix your fences. There are a lot of fences down and a lot of
trailers that are green and decks that are black!!! General cleanup
must be done by June 1st. If you are not able to to get up here to do
it, or if you are unable to do it, or if you just don't want to than
let the office know, and we will try and get you into contact with
someone to do it for you. There are also members out there that will
pressure wash decks and trailers.
you need me for anything, please free to call on me anytime, day or
night. If I do not answer, leave a message and I will get
you as soon as possible. (608)254-8162
-Please don't hesitate to call
or email me for
anything. If you need to contact me and it is important that
not forget, please try and email me. Email's are written down
I do not delete them until they are fully resolved. I have
started receiving building plans via email. This is a great
to save on paper.
My personal email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
, I get email on my cell phone and I check it regularly throughout the
day. It is the best way to get ahold of me to resolve your
Until next time,
Guest Site Registration
Form here It will open in a new
window where you can Save the file or print it. Do let the office know
if you have troubles.
You may reserve a site beginning on January 1st, for the
current year, but not before.
Make sure you double check with the office to see if the site you want
is available. Calendars
are back on line - you may
check site availability here.
If you are looking for site to reserve, do check out the
calanders, and with the Office if you have a specific date.
Remember -- you must send in your deposit within 7 days
for your reservation to be finalized.
** Office is now OPEN a few hours per day.
Sunday - Thursday:
10am - 2pm
Friday & Saturday:
10am - 5pm
OutPost and Comfort Stations:
Scheduled to open the weekend of May
It is illegal to bring firewood from more than 50 miles away into the
Park. This wood can harbor invasive bugs that put the forest
at risk. Please burn old rotten piles of firewood this year.
The old wood is a breeding ground for ants and other insects which
usually end up in your neighbors place.
There is firewood available for $5 a bundle, near the
Shop, behind the Clubhouse. Please pay at the Office.
Members who have
concerns or problems in the Park are encouraged to complete a resident
The rates for cable service are as follows:
- 6 mo. basic package - $212.58 (6 mo.
- Buy 9 months, Get 12 mo. basic package - $318.87 (12
mo. service at 9mo. pricing)
- Less than 6 months - $35.43 (per month + $35 hook up
- HBO upgrade - $11.50+ 0.63 (tax) = $12.13 (per
month)added to the basic package
- Dairyland Cable 1-800-677-6383
your boat is not registered with the office, if your boat does not have
current registration, if your boat does not have your lot number on the
tongue of the trailer, expect a fine! These are the rules
the members have agreed to follow.
You need to fill out the
Boat Registration form annually, and do so before June 1st of each
We are now allowing cargo trailers in the boat area
only). Boats will always have preference but if a space is available
you can register to use it. If a time comes when it's needed
a boat, it will have to be moved, but right now it looks like we have
plenty of room! Update: A new
boat registration form is available in the office for the 2013 season.
If you will not be at the Park before June 1st, please contact the park
for a copy. Please review the policies too.
The emergency procedure to follow in Pioneer Park is:
- You or someone else should call 911 and
request assistance to
Pioneer Park Site # (give number). Our street address is E10570 Fern
Dell Road, Lake Delton
Call the Park phone,(608) 254-8162 - Day or Night.
When the Office is closed the phone is transferred to Brad at the Park
Give your site number and a brief statement of the type of emergency.
The Office will assist by providing maps to responding emergency
personnel snowing the best route to the site, opening the gate, and
accompanying the responder to that site.
- You and anyone else in the area should provide
you can until help arrives. The Park Defibrillator will be kept in the
Office and will be available to anyone trained in the use of CPR and
AED for emergency purposes only.