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This page is specifically for our Park Members; keeping all informed. On this page you will find links for downloading files, (documents, minutes, newsletters), various links;  updating your contact information, which will keep the Office files current, and a link for the most current Pathways newsletter.

Pioneer Park has a Private members only page on FaceBook. To become a member of the FaceBook page, you will first have to be "friends" with Pioneer Park.  Send a Friend request here --  https://www.facebook.com/pioneer.park.79  Once you send a "friend request", please send an email to the park's office with which site you are a member of, and we can then get you added. Remember, it is for members only (those listed on the membership certificate), not friends or family who are not a member of this Park.




If you want a 2018 Park Calendar you can download it from the Documents page or Here.  The annual Cable Form is also on the Documents page, where you can download it.

2nd annual PioneerPark Corn Hole Tournament June 30th, 1 PM
Lower pavillion - Outpost area
Rules: ages 10 and older can play, $5 per player, cash. Teams drawn random, bring a friend or come alone.
Double Elimination, top 4 teams win, all $ returned to winners.
Bring your boards if you have them or donate them for day if able.
Hosted by Ed Forster
questions? 608-290-1545


From the Office     

~ June Electric Bills ~
They are ready to be picked up in the office.   We will be emailing the amounts as time permits, it is time consuming as they are done one by one.  The dates of usage is - September 12, 2017 until June 4, 2018.

If you would like tickets to the Owners Dinner, please pick them up in the Office.  Cost is $20 a person.


Per our Bylaws, it is the member's responsibility to keep the Park up to date with your contact information. Please update the office with any information that has changed. Phone, address, or even E-mail address. All is helpful if we need to contact you. THANKS


Boat Storage Yard:

All items stored at Pioneer Park must be identifiable as to ownership. Canoes & Kayaks must have the owner's site number on them.  Boats must display current State registration on them with the site number clearly visible on the trailer.  Those items that can not be identified will be removed from storage effective June 1st, 2017.  Storage forms for the current year must be registered with the manager, for ALL boats, trailers, etc stored at Pioneer Park.


Park Meetings -     Everyone is welcome to attend any and all meetings

Regular Board Meeting June 23rd 10m Clubhouse

A list of all meetings are listed on the 2018 Park Calendar, you can find that on the Documents Page.


Firewood notice:   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 of 8 pieces, near the Shop, behind the Clubhouse. Please pay at the Office.


Remember the speed limit is 10 mph throughout the Park!  


Members who have concerns or problems in the Park are encouraged to complete a resident Concern Form.  All Information will be kept confidential and all forms must be signed, or they are will not be accepted  ~ Management.


 


PARK EMERGENCY GUIDELINES
The emergency procedure to follow in Pioneer Park is:

  1. You or someone else should call 911  and request assistance to Pioneer Park Site # (give number). Our street address is E10570 Fern Dell Road, Baraboo, WI (Our physical address)

    Call the Park phone,(608) 254-8162 - Day or Night.

    When the Office is closed the phone is transferred to the Park's manager.

    Give your site number and a brief statement of the type of emergency. The Office will assist by providing maps to responding emergency personnel, showing the best route to the site, opening the gate, and accompanying the responder to that site.
  2. You and anyone else in the area should provide whatever assistance 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.