The BOD would like to thank the members and
their guests for cooperating with the honor system for
machine. There is still some ice left, and we will keep the
machine plugged in until it is gone.
As it seemed to work well
this year, we will continue to use the honor system next year.
As we have discussed at the past 2 membership meetings,
we are trying to implement
an emergency contact program. Please provide us with the
information so if need be, we can contact members in an
Ken Platt is spear-heading this new program for us and
the e-mail address is
have been informed
Waste that no
railroad ties are to
be put into the
Thanks for your
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR THE 2017-18 CAMPING SEASON
1.2017 Membership meeting dates:
April 9, July 9 and October 8
2.Dues and assessments are to be paid in full no later than
3.Gate codes will be inactivated for any Member whose
account is not paid in full by May 1st.
4.The Leisure Lake web site (www.leisurelakepark.com) and
face book page (Leisure Lake Park) are a great source of
5.Please obey (and have your guests obey) the 5 MPH limit
in the park.
6.You must be in the park for your guests to be in the
From Paris Township Zoning Board: All members are required to
sign in and out weekly or every visit.
Please keep your contact information up to date
(address/phone#). This is for your benefit. If there
is any emergency with your camper we need to be able to contact
Your Officers and Trustees work tirelessly to keep the park
functioning and meet member's needs. Please come to the
office (during Office hours) to schedule any non-emergency
requests. There will be forms available and your request
will be forwarded to the proper trustee. If an emergence
occurs, the Officer on Duty and/or any board member will gladly
offer their assistance.
Electric bills come out the SECOND SATURDAY of
each month May through November, then February and April for
winter months. All billing dates will be posted on the web
site and on bulletin board by office. Remember
it is the member’sresponsibility to obtain their
bills for payment. Payment options are: check,
credit card, bank on-line payments and pre-paying your account.
PLEASE KNOW THE PROCESS.
BREAKING DOWN YOUR 2016 ANNUAL INVOICE:
Rover dues = $600.00 + $5.00 per night for electric usage
Paid Rover and Permanent dues = $800.00 + $15.00 annual meter
reading fee (per electric meter)
Paid Rover on sewer site = $1,400.00 + $15.00 annual meter
reading fee (per electric meter)
For any questions regarding your bill, call 330.268.9694…leave
your name and phone# and Brenda will call you back.
All other questions should be directed to a Board Member.
DUE DATE OF YEARLY MEMBERSHIP FEE Please remember that May 1st is the last day that payment is
considered on time. Any payments postmarked on or before
May 1st will be considered on time. There is no grace
period. The office will be open on Saturday, April 29th
and Sunday April 30th from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM then Monday May
1st from 3:00PM to 7:00PM. No payments will be accepted after office
hours. You are considered late after this time and a 10%
late fee will be levied.
NEW CREDIT CARD FEES
Effective April 1, 2016 the
following is our new credit card
fee policy. This policy
was approved by the Board at the
February 09, 2016
$50.00 and under the fee will remain at $1.00
$51.00 and over the fee will be 2% of the amount
- IMPORTANT INFORMATION!! Be advised that as we
approach the upcoming camping
season we will be implementing a
SWIPE CARD ENTRANCE GATE SYSTEM,
more information will be forth
coming. It is your
responsibility to review and
comply with all updates
regarding this implementation.
In the meantime:Please do not give out your
gate code for any reason.
If you are having a function,
notify the office two week prior
and you will be provided a
temporary gate code to give your
guests. This code will be
removed at the conclusion of
- We still have room to grow but need your help
by keeping your personal property on your lot. It is
making it difficult to show available lots to potential new
members if you have overflow on any adjacent lots/green spaces
i.e. wood, fire rings or miscellaneous items. If you need
more space you an purchase an additional Membership.
A WORD FROM THE PRESIDENT-Dale Cannon The Board of Directors had voted at the January BOD meeting
to increase the annual dues assessment in the amount of $100 per
deed/membership. An attempt to rescind this motion was
made at the February BOD meeting however it did not garner
enough votes to pass. The increase is necessary in order
to cover the continuing rise in the cost of operating,
maintaining and improving the park, now and in the future.
I'd like to thank all of the volunteers that are helping on the
pool building restrooms renovations, work is progressing
A WORD FROM THE VICE PRESIDENT-Gary Kratz The bathrooms at the Pool Building are will under way, the
woman's is almost completed, just some cosmetics to finish
and the men's is now under the reconstruction phase. The
painting of the pool and replacement of the drain is still
scheduled to be started in March. The walls around the
pool has been put off for now as volunteers were not available
to complete. We may attempt to do this in phases
this coming summer. Dale and the guys are doing a great
job with the restrooms, I encourage everyone to stop by and see
them. There will be some positive changes this year to
help reduce some departmental costs and insuring our investments
are protected. It is your participation that reduces out
costs and keeps the park moving forward.
WELCOME TO THE 2017 CAMPING SEASON FROM YOUR TRUSTEE
Water Trustee: I can use volunteers to help turn
on the water at the start of this camping season. A date
will be posted. Also we can use help monitoring the sewer
plant this summer.
Buildings Trustee: Is looking for Volunteers for
upkeep and maintenance of the buildings in the park, please see
Activities and Special Projects Trustee: We are
currently planning the activities and parties for the upcoming
season. I have a lot of ideas; some new, some old,
and many big. If you are interested please let me know.
You can participate as little or as much as you want, every
little bit helps. Thank you in advance and I look forward
to seeing everyone this spring.
Security/Trees Trustee - Dave Simons
If you would like to volunteer for the Security Team, please
contact me at your earliest convenience so we can have
everything in place for the upcoming summer camping season.
Trees-Forms are available at the clubhouse to request the
removal of trees. If you have previously requested removal
of a tree-please fill out a new form for this season so an
accurate assessment can be made as to priority. ALL
MEMBERS are responsible for understanding and following all Golf
Cart Rules, the rules are posted at the Clubhouse. Also,
please be sure you and your guest are following the 5MPH speed
limit while in the park.
We at Leisure Lake Park have taken a considerable
amount of time to ensure that our site will answer the majority of
your questions. This site will be constantly updated as we add
new events to our 2017 schedule, update pictures as the seasons
change, and provide up-to-date information regarding our park. Please
remember that your park will be as nice as our volunteers make it.Have you done your part to make it as nice as you would
Leisure Lake Park is a private membership owned park that offers
all round camping at one of the most affordable rates around.
Our park has many amenities to offer from a new refurbished heated
indoor Olympic size pool to 100 plus of acres campgrounds for your
Membership meetings are
always scheduled at on the 2nd Sunday of the 1st month in each quarter.
Reminder for Our Rover Members:
If your camper
remains in the park, it is YOUR responsibility to move it every two
weeks during the summer (weather permitting).If you do not move it every two weeks, the campground will
move it for you and you will be billed $20.00 each time the
campground has to move your camper.
Important Notice:Pit Bulls, Rotts, and/or any aggressive dogs are NOT permitted
on Leisure Lake Property.
Owners violating these rules will be notified in writing by the
Board of Directors. Repeated violations may result in
membership suspension. All dogs (that are permitted in the park) MUST be kept on a
Would you like to help keep your annual dues low? When a member volunteers their labor...that's money saved
because we don't have to hire someone. We know that everyone
can't volunteer labor due to health and work schedules; but did you
know that you could help in other way's? When a member donates
a case of copy paper, that's one case of paper we don't have to
purchase. When a member donates gas for lawn mowers...again,
money saved. When a member donates non-perishable items
(like paper towels, foil, dish soap, baggies, coffee) to the
kitchen, that's not only money saved, it helps earn more. How
much did you save your park last year?...Better yet...What will you
be donating to help keep your dues low...labor, gas, etc?
Thank you once again for visiting our web site. May you and
your family one of the most enjoyable and safe camping season's
HONOR OUR TROOPS:
You may have a loved one on activity duty for our country. We
wish all of our troops currently serving our country the best and a
safe return home. If you wish to share a picture or letter
that you've sent, please contact us and we will post it on the web
site. Click on the "Honor Our Troops" button above,
and you will be taken to the web page that will hold the pictures
and letters. We do reserve the right to edit all material
submitted or refuse posting of inappropriate material.
CLICK ON THE BLUE HEADING FOR PICTURES.
Work Weekend: A small portion
of the membership showed and participate in the activities that
needed completed. We would like to remind all members that
Leisure Lake Park is the first weekend of each month. We
shouldn't have to ask for volunteers on a continual basis to keep
YOUR park in top notch shape. As part owner, it's your
obligation. We also understand that some members physically
can't do the work that is needed to be done. But if you can
not volunteer for the labor, please bring a covered dish and enjoy
lunch with those who can. They will appreciate your efforts
and you'll feel good knowing you contributed.