New Members' Information

Welcome to Hide-A-Way Hills

This page is intended to help answer the early questions that most new members have. If you don't find what you need here, try looking at the Members Information tab on this site.  Or, you can contact a liaison from the New Member Committee (see Committees tab), or you can call the HAH office at 740-569-4195.

Information you received from the HAH Office

The HAH Office provides all new members with the following information:

 

Welcome letter

Notification of Security Code

Family Guest Pass Request & Vehicle Registration Form*

Membership cards

Request for dog tags*

Gift Certificate for a free Membership Directory

The following documents are available for viewing and printing under the

  Members Information tab on this Website:

     Hide-A-Way Hills Club Rules*

     Amended and Restated Code of Regulations*

     Deed Restrictions for Hide-A-Way Hills*

     Building Code*

If you are missing any of these items, please contact the office staff at 740-569-4195 or email: hahoffice@hahclub.net

    

(*This item can be found under the Members Information tab on this Website.)

Where is the Lodge? Maps of HAH

Maps of Hide-A-Way Hills can be obtained at the front gate from HAH's security force.  Security can also direct you to the Lodge. The Office is at the rear and lower level of the Lodge.  In case you don't have a map handy, signs along the road will point the way.

Who's on First?

Hide-A-Way-Hills Club is operated by a volunteer Board of Trustees elected by the membership. These elections are generally held each August.  A Management Committee is comprised of 5 members appointed by the Board who volunteer their time to oversee the Club's operations including the Office staff, maintenance, security and the food services. The current members of each group and their contact information can be found under the Member Information tab on this site.

The Wave?

You'll find that the HAH Community is a friendly one, and most other members will wave to you as you pass them in the car.   Feel free to wave back!  

Local Hospitals

Contact information is provided for local hospitals and urgent care facilities.

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The attached document highlights important rules that everyone needs to know right away. However, be sure to read all of the Rules which can be found under the Member Information tab on this site.  

The attached document offers tips from HAH Security Staff that you will find helpful.

Planning to Build, Renovate, or Paint an Exterior? Or Remove a Tree?

Don't do anything until you check into it.   HAH's building code can be found under the Members Information tab on this site. For more information, you can contact the Architectural Control Committee (see info on this also under the Member Information tab) for permit information, fees and authorization. Failure to do so can result in fines.

 

Floating your boat.....or kayak or canoe or.......

If it floats, it needs to be registered.  Boat registration forms can be found on the Forms section of the Member Information tab.  

 

A limited number of club docks are available at no cost to members. Contact the HAH Office at 740-569-4195 to apply for a dock and to be put on the waiting list.

Walking Your Dog, Dog Tags, and Local Vet Info

All dogs in the Hills must have a HAH dog tag.  You can find the form to request a tag under the Members Information/Forms tab or pick it up from the  Security staff at the front gate.  See additional information on the attached document for recommended places to walk your dog and for information on area veterinary hospitals and clinics.

Flying Your Drones

In October 2015, the HAH Board of Trustees issued a set of guidelines for the usage of drones in the Hills. Before you consider flying a drone, check out the guidelines which are available under the Member Information tab, Rules section.

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Dining & Drinking in the Hills

HAH has both a dining room, bar, and microbrewery at the Lodge where members can enjoy dinner and drinks on Tuesday through Saturday nights.  The Clubhouse near the golf course offers casual fare as well as all licensed drinks.  Check out the Lodge dining room tab on this site or its website at www.hideawayhillslodge.com.

Youth Activities

The Activities for Youth committee organizes a number of activities throughout the year; see the chair's contact information under the Committee Tab. The Committee advertises these events in the Echo, the club's monthly newsletter. (For current and past copies, see the Echo section under the Member Information tab.)

 

In additon, HAH has a playground area near the front entrance which includes basketball courts, volleyball, and horseshoes.  Tennis courts are available near the Lodge, and in the summer, HAH has a swimming pool.

Recycling

The attached information describes local recycling programs and drop-off receptacles.

Managing Your Utilities & Mail/Deliveries

Telephone numbers for a number of local utility companies can be found on this website under Member Information, Local Area Key Contact Information. Also, find non-emergency phone numbers for local fire and police here. 

 

Also, check out how to address mail and/or packages to be delivered to your HAH address by clicking on the Mailing Address link under the Member Information tab.

Septic Systems - Maintenance Tips

Maintaining your septic system is extremely important for maximizing the life of the system and for safeguarding you and your family from disease-causing organisms. Properly working systems are essential for protecting surface, ground and drinking water supplies.

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Telephone:  1-740-569-4195   |     Email: hahoffice@hahclub.net    |   Location: 29042 Hide-A-Way Hills Rd, Sugar Grove, OH 43155

Club USPS Mailing Address:  RR 1, Box 1, Hide-A-Way Hills, OH 43107