Sugar Springs Golf Course is listed in the top 25 public courses in Michigan.
Richard Sager Field at Sugar Springs Airpark, 5M6, is a privately owned public use airport.
One of many beach clubs through out Sugar Springs.
Sugar Springs Recreational Community, Mid-Michigan’s Finest Recreational Community is a planned All Seasons Recreational Community located about halfway between Gladwin and West Branch, Michigan. Sugar Springs is a community with a diverse assortment of homes situated among two all-sport lakes, a championship, 18-hole golf course, 14 member’s only beaches with a half dozen beach clubs, a 3,800’ groomed grass public use runway on the privately owned airpark, with a plethora of recreational facilities including an Activities Center with exercise facility, saltwater pool, restaurant/sports bar and deck overlooking the golf course. Other amenities include bocce ball court, tennis courts, pickleball, basketball, beach volleyball, designated swimming areas on the lakes, boat docks for those who live in the woods, along the airpark or on the golf course, a weaving loom, and numerous clubs and committees for artists, gardeners, card players, corn hole players, trivia addicts, and many more.
Sugar Springs has hiking/cross country ski trails and is located near ORV and snowmobile trails. The 35-site public campground features a chalet which is used year-round for outings and has an adjacent sledding hill. All amenities are owned by the Property Owners Association and managed by a Board of Directors and a General Manager.
Sugar Springs is a Property Owners Association (POA) governed by Bylaws and Covenants.
The Sugar Springs Property Owners Association (SSPOA) is a corporation made up of all property owners in Sugar Springs. This includes homeowners as well as owners of lots used primarily for camping. Each household/lot in good standing has an equal voting right (1 per home/lot) in the affairs of Sugar Springs.
Sugar Springs is managed by a Board of Directors. Each is a member in good standing of the association and is elected by the membership.
Operations of the SSPOA are handled by a General Manager and staff.
Specialized committees are in place made up of SSPOA members in good standing to oversee operations and recommend improvements to the Board of Directors.
About 40% of “Sugar Springers” are year-round residents. The balance are weekend/holiday vacationers, “snowbirds,” and campers. Camping, in RV’s, fifth wheels and campers is permitted six months of the year by township statute and Sugar Springs Covenants. Camping vehicles must connect to the sewer system (again, by township regulation) to protect the lakes and other environment.
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Look at the map for an overview of the realms and amenities (platted neighborhoods) of Sugar Springs. The legend (below) will connect to larger maps of each realm.
1 – Highlanders Realm
2 – Sir Richards Realm
3 – Kings Realm
4 – Huntington Realm
5 – Winchester Realm
6 – Islanders Realm
7 – Manchester Realm
8 – Fairfield Realm
9 – Queens Realm
10 – Lancer Realm
11 – North Westchester Realm
12 – South Westchester Realm
13 – Hamilton Realm
14 – Salisbury Realm
15 – Berkshire Realm
16 and 17 – Lakeside Realm and Castleview Realm