LAPP and Dickinson County approved a new board member this month! We are excited to have Kevin Pirlot join us! Kevin is a life long camper at Lake Antoine Park as well as across Michigan. He is excited to help with strategic planning, program development, community networking, and facilities management. We are pleased to have another member join our group to help facilitate improvements at the park and increase community satisfaction. Welcome Kevin!
Lake Antoine Park Partners received a grant from the Dickinson Area Community Foundation for a Kayak Launch to be installed at Lake Antoine Park in 2021!
Remember our Beach Wall update? There were many people and organizations that donated to that project and LAPP has been in the works to give those folks some recognition! Our group, along with the students at DIISD, and CJ graphics in Kingsford Mi, have been putting together a wonderful recognition wall to be featured at Lake Antoine Park! It is still in the process of being finished and will be available for viewing next camping season. We are excited to have had such a wonderful upgrade to the park and a huge 'THANK YOU' goes out to the community that helped make it happen!
As soon as the 3rd Ever Crafty Flea Market by Lake Antoine Park Partners and Newspapers in Education wrapped up at the start of September, Dickinson County projects began. Here are the trenches on sites 1-15 and 20-30 along the streetside for upgraded electric; it is Phase 2 of the project. Phase 1 was completed in time for campers in June 2020. The removal of stumps from trees blown over in a series of storms several years ago began. Here some are shown being removed in the center field by the beach road. Lake Antoine Park Partners appreciates the county-funded workmanship on improving the campground and park.
Midwest Asphalt & Gravel of Iron Mountain is replacing Dickinson County’s deteriorated boat launch at Lake Antoine Park. From left, foreman Steve Seid discusses the project with Aaron Kukura. The $90,254 project is aided by a $43,865 Michigan Waterways Grant. (Theresa Proudfit/Daily News photo)
All 72 sites sold out for the 2020 Crafty Flea Market at Lake Antoine Park in Iron Mountain. The Crafty Flea Market offers an outdoor shopping venue for a wide variety of crafts, homemade goods and other items. The market is a fundraising effort by The Daily News’ Newspapers in Education, or NIE, and Lake Antoine Park Partners that benefits both non-profit programs.
Concessions this year were offered through New Hope Church, which served burgers, hot dogs, fries and cheese curds, plus beverages.
Thank you to all that enjoyed the day at the park and those who volunteered their time and efforts to make this years Crafty Flea a success!
Blue-Mystique and True North Outpost are now offering rentals at Lake Antoine! Please visit www.blue-mystique.com to reserve your rental today!!
We are so thankful for the Dickinson Area Community Foundation grant that allowed us to purchase dog waste stations for Lake Antoine Park! There are three stations located throughout the park; one by the kiosk near the east entrance, one by the large parking lot at the north end of the park, and one by the south entrance/exit. Please enjoy the park responsibly!
Our board members have reorganized into new positions since some of our terms came due. Please click the file below to view our current positions!