Enchanted Forest Property Owners Association
EFPOA RULES AND REGULATIONS
THE ENCHANTED FOREST – A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
In 1970, a parcel of pristine land was purchased by the Bradford-Scott Development Company from Donald Gilbert, who had inherited the land from his father. Robert Elliot, CEO of Bradford-Scott, began to develop the land, named “Guthrie Lakes Enchanted Forest” and offered 660 lots for sale. With the promise of a clubhouse, lakes, beaches, parks and picnic areas, 500 lots were quickly sold and the Enchanted Forest Property Owners Association (EFPOA) was formed.
Property Owners have access to over 90 acres of parks with 2000 feet of lake frontage on Guthrie and Section One Lakes. The Clubhouse amenities include a gathering room with a welcoming fireplace in the winter and beautiful views in the summer. There is also a pool area and TV room. The upper level is used for Board of Directors’ meetings, and also houses the Manager(s)’ office. The lower level has recreational facilities, including an exercise area, foosball table, locker rooms, saunas, and an indoor shallow pool which extends out to the main pool and surrounding deck.
The “Guthrie Lakes Enchanted Forest”, as it is now known, is fifteen miles south of Gaylord and fifteen miles north of Grayling, four miles east on Marlette Road from I- 75 (Exit #270).
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Additional Deeded Restrictions
Protecting Your Rights, Privileges and Investment
In The Enchanted Forest
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