HISTORY:

Sandy Creek Airpark development began in 1983 with the development of Phase I consisting of 50 lots along the north side of an existing 4000 foot Runway. Phase II was opened in 1988 with an additional 47 lots along the South side of the Runway. Of the 97 lots developed, 51 belong to individual owners and a credit agency owns to balance of the lots

GENERAL INFORMATION

Sandy Creek Airpark is a privately owned residential Airpark for the exclusive use of the members of the Sandy Creek Airpark Owners Association and their guests.

The Airpark is located on Florida State Route 2297 (Old Allentown High-Way) about 8 miles southeast of Callaway, a small city bordering Panama City Florida. If navigating to the Airpark, it is located on the Panama City (PFN) 120 Degree Radial at 12 miles DME. The coordinates are: N30:08W85:31

The Runway is 3800 feet long and 140 feet wide Turf runway and lighted for night operations. A rotating beacon is on the field at the West end or the runway.

There are presently 14 houses (8 full time and 6 part-time residents) and 3 hangars at the Airpark at the current time and, in addition, EAA Chapter 202 is located on the field with access to the Airpark common areas including the Runway.

Lots are approximately 3/4 acre and all lots have water, electricity and sewer.

The airpark is governed by a board of 5 directors and the development of the airpark is governed by Covenants and Restrictions. An Architectural Control Committee (ACC) consisting of 3 Association members approve all design plans and changes to lots.

(NOTE: AS OF EARLY 2006, ALL ACC FUNCTIONS HAVE BEEN TRANSFERRED TO THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS)

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