Recreational Community for a Healthy Lifestyle

History of Sugar Springs, MI


At the mouth of the Sugar River, Marvel Secord built a small lodge and brought his family north to enjoy the abundance of land. That was more than 100 years ago.Lake Lancer

Today, this incredible area is know as SUGAR SPRINGS. Much of the land and the water is virtually unchanged from Marvel Secord's day.

You will find a gentle balance between the natural and the man-made. There are 3,200 total acres of land and 1,000 acres of water (230 acres in Lake Lancelot and 780 in Lake Lancer. Lake Lancer is a man-made lake and was completed in 1977). A natural beauty of the rolling terrain, with lovely homes and cottages tucked among the trees with beach clubs here and there on the lakes.

To many Sugar Springs property owners, the greatest facility of all is its undeveloped wilderness. Approximately 1000 undeveloped acres for the stroller or bird watcher. These common areas supports many species of wild life. The common areas are behind and between many of the off water lots giving you a sense of privacy with nature.

Some of the finest recreational amenities in the state are available to Sugar Springs property owners, at extremely reasonable membership and user fees. Paved county-maintained roads, underground utilities and sewer make country living pleasant indeed.

Centrally located in the state. Sugar Springs is approximately 160 miles from Detroit and 100 miles from the Mackinac Bridge.

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