Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe Gets Permit for RV Park

Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Central Michigan was recently issued a special use permit to build a trendy RV Park on the 23.5 acres of land owned by the Tribe. Union Township Planners, who authorized the permit, were optimistic about seeing positive results from this project.


“I think it would be an asset to the township,” was the words of Alex Fuller, a planning commissioner.

The park has been deemed as an upmarket venture and thus, site plans do not include areas for tents or pop-up campers.

The township planners have also been questioning relevant folks like Migizi Economic Development Company, the group who have put together developmental plans, about other traits of the site plan.

To this effect, they inquired about the park’s security features, any regulations pertaining to fire pit usage as well as touching on other topics like the placement of dumpsters.

The issue of wetlands on this property came up also came up in these discussions.

To this effect, Wilcox Professional Services, the company that submitted the site plans, has pointed out the existence of numerous natural paths in such spots.

There was also talk of creating gravel trails along such locations.

The RV campground in question is situated at 5050 East Airport Road which is within close distance to two other vital Tribe properties – Holiday Greens golf course property and the Soaring Eagle Inn.


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