Rules & Regulations

Park Rules

SPEED LIMIT 5 MPH – ENFORCED (Both golf carts and cars)

– Minimum age requirement 16 and driver’s license

  • RESPECT YOUR FELLOW CAMPERS – THEY ARE HERE TO ENJOY THEMSELVES TOO
  • QUIET TIME IS 11:00PM TO 9:00AM. PLEASE BE CONSIDERATE OF YOUR FELLOW CAMPERS
  • NO MINI-BIKES, DIRT BIKES, SIDE BY SIDES, UTVS, ATVS, OR 3-WHEEL GOLF CARTS PERMITTED
  • GOLF CARTS MUST BE REGISTERED AT THE OFFICE, PRIOR TO USING
  • LAWS OF THE ROAD ARE ENFORCED BY THE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
  • NO FIREARMS OR FIREWORKS OF ANY KIND
  • FIRE IN FIRE RINGS ONLY – DO NOT MOVE FIRE RINGS – DO NOT DISPOSE OF TRASH IN FIRE RINGS
  • NO CHILD, 17 & YOUNGER, ARE TO BE LEFT UNATTENDED IN THE CAMPGROUND AT ANY TIME. ALL CHILDREN MUST BE BACK ON THEIR SITE BY 11PM
  • MUST ADHERE TO ALL POOL, HOT TUB, LAKE, & AQUAGLIDE RULES. CHILDREN 15 & YOUNGER MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT – NO EXCEPTIONS! – ALL SWIMMING IS AT YOUR OWN RICK
  • CAMPERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR CHILDREN’S AND GUEST’S ACTIONS
  • ALL PETS TO BE KEPT ON A LEASH AT ALL TIMES AND KEPT QUIET. NO ANIMALS ON THE BEACH.    PLEASE CLEAN UP AFTER YOUR PETS.
  • NO AGGRESSIVE DOGS OR BREEDS WILL BE PERMITTED, PRIMARILY AMERICAN PIIT BULL TERRIER, AMERICAN STAFFORDSHIRE, AMERICAN BULLY, AND STAFFORDSHIRE BULL TERRIOR. THIS MAY BE DETERMINED BY MANGEMENT ON A CASE BY CASE BASIS.
  • ALL GUESTS TO THE CAMPGROUND MUST REGISTER AND PAY AT OFFICE  – ALL GUESTS MUST DEPART BY 11PM OR THEY WILL BE CHARGED OVERNIGHT FEES
  • TWO (2) FISH KEEP LIMIT PER PERSON PER DAY.
  • WILLFUL DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY, TREES, VEGETATION, OR ANIMALS
  • TRAFFIC CONTROL GATE IS MANNED DURING POSTED OFFICE HOURS. ENTRY IS RESTRICTED DURING OFF HOURS UNLESS YOU HAVE A GATE CARD – $20 DEPOSIT PER CARD
  • PLEASE PLACE TRASH IN DUMPSTERS LOCATED AROUND THE CAMPING RESORT
  • CHECK OUT TIME IS BY 11AM

*VIOLATING ANY RULE MAY RESULT IN REMOVAL FROM THE CAMPGROUND WITHOUT REFUND*

Under Ohio law, there is no liability for an injury to or death of a camper or visitor to this campground if that injury or death results from the risk inherent to camping. Inherent risks to camping include, but are not limited to, the risk of injury inherent to land features, equipment, animals, or the negligent actions of the camper or visitor. You are assuming the risk of participating in camping.

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