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Life should be fun! People should play with a purpose. Community involvement, healthy lifestyles and recreation are promoted by Pioneer Resources in several ways.
Located in northern Muskegon county, Pioneer Trails is a camp bordering beautiful Big Blue Lake on the edge of the Manistee National Forest. The site is rustic, yet barrier-free. The camp offers a wonderful environment for fun and growth, providing opportunities for children and adults to enjoy the outdoors in a user-friendly environment.
There are seven different camps at Pioneer Trails. Campers have the choice to participate in a day camp or an overnight camp, and campers range in age from young children to senior citizens. Pioneer Trails may also be used to host camp programs for other organizations. Click here for information on Pioneer Trails.
The Leisure and Recreation Club (LARC)
The LARC is a club for people interested in leisure and recreation opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities. Club members plan affordable events such as attending the theatre, going to a sporting event or even a shopping trip. The LARC sponsors a variety of classes ranging from water aerobics to weaving.
You do not need to have a disability to join the LARC. Diversity is encouraged. You can become a member or a volunteer by calling 231-773-5355. The club newsletter, LARC LINK, describes events for each quarter. The latest newsletter can be viewed by clicking the LARC EVENTS button below. To hear about upcoming events, call our LARC Hotline at 231-773-5355, ext. 230.