Seasonal Admission Agreement

THIS SEASONAL ADMISSION AGREEMENT (the “Agreement”), made and entered into by and between Harbour Village Resort, (hereinafter referred to as the “Campground”) and the individuals identified on Page 1 as the Seasonal Site Camper, jointly and severally, hereinafter referred to as “Camper” (subject to the further requirements below);

The parties hereto freely and voluntarily enter into the following agreement:

  1. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary set forth herein, the term “Camper” shall be further defined and interpreted to mean no more than two adults and their unmarried under 18-year-old dependent children.
  2. A “Camping Unit” is defined as a RVIA Approved Recreational Vehicle.
    1. All Camping Units which are 10 years old or older must be pre-approved by Campground prior to moving same onto Campsite.
  3. “Site” or “Campsite”, used herein, specifically refers to the Site Number referenced on Page 1.
  4. “Campground” shall mean Harbour Village Resort located at 5840, Hwy 42N, Sturgeon Bay, WI.
  5. Term.
    1. Campground does hereby give to the Camper the right to occupy the Site during the term referenced on Signature Page.
    2. Upon expiration or termination of this Agreement, Camper shall quietly and peacefully return the Campsite to as good a condition as it was upon commencement of this Agreement, ordinary wear and tear excepted.
    3. On or before the expiration or termination of this Agreement, Camper shall remove any and all of its personal property from the Campsite including the Camping Unit. If Camper shall fail to timely remove from the Campsite any and all of its personal property, Campground shall have the right to remove said personal property from the Campsite, with a lien upon said personal property for the actual and reasonable costs of removal and costs of storage which shall be not less than $10.00 per day. Campground shall not be liable for any damage incurred in moving said personal property, nor for the safekeeping of same.
    4. Holdover. If Camper remains in possession of the Campsite after the expiration or termination of this Agreement with the written consent of Campground, but without executing a new agreement, Camper shall be deemed a month-to-month tenant. The Camper is responsible for and agrees to pay One Hundred Fifty Percent (150%) of the then existing Seasonal Fee, in advance, during such month-to-month tenancy. Such month-to-month tenancy may be terminated by either party, effective as of the end of any calendar month, by twenty-eight (28) days’ written notice to the other. If Camper remains in possession of the Campsite without the written consent of Campground, Camper shall pay Campground’s damages arising from Camper’s failure to vacate the Campsite, and in the absence of proof of greater damages, Campground’s damages shall be deemed to be twice the amount of the Seasonal Fee, apportioned on a daily basis. This provision does not waive any other right of Campground under this Agreement, at law or in equity.
    5. If Camper requires the assistance of the Campground in moving Camper’s Camping Unit and/or other personal property (ie: decks, sheds, etc), such service will be provided at the convenience of the Campground, without assuming any responsibility for any damage to the Camping Unit and/or other personal property, at the current labor and equipment rate per hour. Such rate shall include an operator and necessary equipment normal to such moves; Campground’s equipment shall not be loaned.
  6. Seasonal Fee.
    1. Public campers shall pay, in full, a “Seasonal Fee” in the amount stated on the Signature Page by March 31.
    2. The Seasonal Site may not be occupied if the Seasonal Fee has not been paid by said due date.
    3. UDI Member: This Seasonal Admission Agreement supersedes member’s UDI agreement with the Campground for the duration of the Seasonal Admission Agreement.
    4. Seasonal site rates include use of all common areas of the campground, water, and garbage. Seasonal site campers are responsible for their own self pump-outs or pump truck services which can be arranged and paid for in advance at the Harbour Village Resort Store.
  7. Reservation Fee.
    1. By October 1, a $200 non-refundable Reservation Fee is required to reserve a seasonal site.
  8. Sale of Camping Unit; Assignment of Campsite.
    1. Any sale or early removal of Camping Unit from the Site, without prior consent of Campground, will immediately VOID this Agreement, no refund or prorating of the Seasonal Fee will be made and Camper shall have no further rights or interests with regard to the Site after the date of such unauthorized removal. Camper and Campground agree and acknowledge that Campground may immediately attempt to
      rent the Site following the voiding of this Agreement.
    2. The seasonal campsite cannot be transferred or assigned to anyone.
    3. In the event that Camper removes the Camping Unit from the Site without intent to return to Site (provided in writing to Campground) with another comparable Camping Unit without prior authorization from Campground, this Agreement will terminate on the date that the Camping Unit is removed, no refund or prorating of the Seasonal Fee will be made and Camper shall have no further rights or interests with regard to the Site after the date of such unauthorized removal. Camper and Campground agree and acknowledge that Campground may immediately attempt to rent the Site following the voiding of this Agreement
    4. Only upon prior written consent of Campground, and subject to the below requirements, may Camper advertise the Camping Unit “For Sale” at the Campsite. The following requirements are applicable to said sale: (i) said Camping Unit shall be listed “For Sale” at the Campground store/office.
  9. Electricity.
    1. Each Camping Unit is to be plugged into its own electric box that is located on a camper’s campsite.
    2. Electricity is offered at no additional upfront cost.
    3. Campers are encouraged to use electricity conservatively.
      1. Do not leave an A/C unit running when the camper is not being utilized for more than 2 hours.
      2. Exterior appliances such as radios, small refrigerators, etc. and interior and exterior lights should be turned off when you leave with the intent to not return that same day.
      3. Everything electrical must be turned off during the off season of camping.
    4. Not adhering to instructions from Management regarding electrical use can leave you subject to a fine.
  10. Transfer Tank and Pump-Out Service.
    1. See the “Transfer Tank and Pump-Out Service Policy and Pump-Out Service Waiver.”
  11. Guests.
    1. The Camper is responsible for the conduct of their day and overnight guests, and shall be personally liable for any injuries or property damage arising from the actions of such guests.
  12. Condition of Site.
    1. Camper has had an opportunity to inspect the Site. Camper has determined that the Site is suitable for the Camper’s Camping Unit and accepts the Site in an “AS-IS”, “WHERE-IS” condition with all faults.
      a. Camper acknowledges and agrees that Campground has made no representations or warranties, written or oral, express or implied, concerning the Campsite.
    2. Camper shall keep the Campsite and any and all personal property located thereon in a state of cleanliness and healthy sanitation and shall, at all times, comply with all governmental laws, statutes, ordinances, rules, regulations or requirements now or hereafter in force relating to or affecting the condition, use or occupancy of the Campsite including but not limited to, the ordinances and regulations of the Township of Egg Harbor, Door County, the State of Wisconsin, the United States and any authorized agency of said governmental bodies.
    3. Camper shall be responsible for the maintenance and repair of any and all personal property (including the Camping Unit) located upon the Campsite and for the maintenance of the Campsite.
    4. If Camper fails to maintain the Campsite, and continues to fail to maintain the Campsite for a period of ten (10) days following notice from Campground, the Camper shall be charged a maintenance fee for each failure so notified. Said fee shall be due and payable within ten (10) days of the notice.
  13. Use of Site.
    1. Camper shall not use the Campsite for any illegal activity or activity which would injure the reputation or the business of the Campground. Camper shall, at its sole cost, comply with all governmental laws, statutes, ordinances, rules, regulations or requirements now or hereafter in force relating to or affecting the condition, use or occupancy of the Campsite.
    2. All waste water (gray or black) must be safely contained within the camping unit tank or transfer tank. You may not dump your waste water on the ground.
    3. Nothing shall be left outside on the Campsite that would make the campsite appear messy or unkempt.
    4. All pets must be kept inside the Camping Unit or on a leash not to exceed 10 feet whether on or off the Campsite. Excessive barking or failure of the Camper to keep their pet leashed when outside the Camping Unit, or leaving the pet unattended will give Campground cause to require the pet to be removed from the Campground. Camper must clean-up after their pets. No pets (other than service pets) allowed in rental units, bath houses, pavilion, store, any building, swimming area, or on the beach.
    5. No trespassing on properties surrounding Harbour Village Resort.
    6. Washing of cars or trucks in the campground is NOT allowed. Camping units and golf cart(s) may be washed periodically.
    7. On-site storage is available during the winter months. Campers agree to assume total responsibility for any damage to their camping unit or personal property during the winter months.
    8. Per State Code, the camping site cannot be used as a permanent residence.
    9. UDI Seasonals have access to the park at any time.
      1. During the off season (October 16 – May 14), electricity may be turned on at the electric pedestal.
    10. The campsite may be occupied by only 6 campers if they are not all from the same immediate family. An “immediate family” of more than 6 members is allowed. Seasonal Camper is responsible and liable for the actions of their minor children and guests. Minor children are not permitted to occupy the site without parental supervision.
    11. Campers agree to comply with all state, county, local health, zoning and Harbour Village Resort rules and regulations. Any occupant who fails to abide by said policies will have their agreement terminated immediately and must vacate the site without refund. Any fines or penalties assessed by the governing authorities against Harbour Village Resort resulting from inappropriate behavior by the Camper, family or guests of Seasonal Site Camper will become the responsibility of the Camper. All fines must be paid within 30 days of being imposed, or use of the camping site will be suspended.
    12. Once the Seasonal Admission Agreement is activated, the Camper may not change sites without written approval by the Harbour Village Resort General Manager.
    13. Camper shall check with Campground before any type of digging is done. This is to eliminate any problems with utility lines. If digging occurs without permission from Campground, the Camper shall be responsible for the costs of any and all necessary repairs or replacements. Campground is not responsible for personal injury or property damage that may result due to digging by Camper whether or not authorized.
    14. Decks: Each site is allowed one portable/removable deck that must be approved by Harbour Village Resort Management per Harbour Village Deck Policy.
      1. Gazebo: Each site is allowed one gazebo.
        The gazebo may be attached to the one approved site deck or attached to the ground.
        No “additional deck” will be allowed under a gazebo if there is already an approved deck by the camper.
      2. Yard ornaments are subject to approval by Management.
      3. Pavers are NOT allowed anywhere on the seasonal site.
    15. No permanent structures are permitted on the Seasonal Site. One Harbour Village approved portable shed is permitted on each Seasonal Site. Seasonal Shed guidelines: shed must be pre-manufactured and portable; no home-made sheds allowed; maximum size of shed is 8’ x 8’; earth tone colors with matching roof are permitted; shed must be made of plastic or composite material; no metal sheds allowed.
    16. The campsite is to remain completely natural with the exception of lawn cutting, which is the responsibility of the Seasonal Site Camper. No physical alterations may be made to the site including but not limited to cutting, relocation, or planting of trees, relocation of fire pit, and removal of ground cover or addition of gravel or other substance without the written approval of the Harbour Village Resort General Manager. Any and all approved landscaping improvements made to the Campsite by Camper, including without limitation, trees, flowers, or bushes, become the property of Campground. Non-compliance may result in a fine to be determined by Management. Harbour Village Management will determine if site modification is warranted before Seasonal Admission Agreement goes into effect. Any necessary modifications will be completed by Harbour Village Maintenance Staff. No further improvements will be made to the site except for routine maintenance.
    17. NO PAVERS ALLOWED ON SEASONAL SITES ANYWHERE.
    18. Only ONE Harbour Village approved gazebo or similar portable structure is allowed on the site.
    19. NO portable car ports or portable golf cart ports allowed on the site.
  14. Insurance.
    1. Camper must have at least liability insurance on their camping unit.
  15. Indemnification. Camper shall indemnify Campground and shall hold Campground harmless from and against any and all claims, actions, damages, liabilities and expenses, including attorneys’ fees, in connection with any occupant, invitee or guest in, upon or at the Campsite arising out of or caused by the occupancy or use of the Campsite or any part thereof when the same is occasioned, wholly or in part, by an act or omission of Camper, its occupant, invitee or guest including, without limitation, any accident, injury, or damage to any person or property, or by reason of Camper’s breach or default in the performance of Camper’s obligations under this Agreement. If Campground shall, without fault on its part, be made a party to any litigation commenced by or against Camper, the Camper shall protect and hold Campground harmless and pay all costs, expenses and attorneys’ fees incurred or paid by Campground in connection with such litigation. Camper’s indemnification of Campground under this section shall survive the expiration or termination of this Agreement.
  16. Damage and Campground Liability. Campground shall not be liable to Camper, andCamper hereby waives all claims against Campground, for: any injury or damage to any person or property in or about the Campsite, or any equipment becoming out of repair or for the interruption of electrical service or any other utility service to the Campsite; any act or neglect of Campground or of other campers or occupants or employees in the Campground; or any other thing or circumstance whatsoever. All property in or about the Campsite belonging to Camper, its guests or invitees shall be there solely at the risk of Camper. If Campground fails to perform any of Campground’s obligations under this Agreement and, as a consequence, Camper recovers a money judgment against Campground, the judgment shall be satisfied only out of the proceeds of sale (received upon execution of the judgment) of Campground’s title in the Campground, and no officer or member of Campground shall be personally liable for any deficiency.
  17. Notices. Any notices necessary under the provisions of this Agreement may be served personally upon the parties or by United States mail to the addresses written above.
  18. Rules of the Campground. Campground may make such reasonable “Rules” governing the Campground and use of the Campsite, as Campground deems necessary. A copy of the Rules shall be available in the store/office of the campground. Camper agrees to observe and comply with all such rules. Any violations of the Rules shall be deemed a breach of this Agreement. Campground may make changes to the Rules when deemed necessary. Camper acknowledges receipt of said existing Rules annexed to this Agreement.
  19. Failure of Campground to Act. Failure of Campground to insist upon compliance with the terms of this Agreement shall not constitute a waiver of any violation. No waiver by Campground of any provision of this Agreement shall be deemed a waiver of any other provision hereof or of any subsequent breach by Camper of the same or any other provision.
  20. Defaults. The occurrence of any one or more of the following events shall constitute a default and breach of this Agreement by Camper:
    1. The failure of Camper to make any payment of Seasonal Fee or any other payment required to be made by Camper under this Agreement, when due, and such failure shall continue for a period of ten (10) days after the due date.
    2. The failure by Camper to repair any waste or to observe or perform any of the terms, covenants or conditions of this Agreement to be observed or performed by Camper where such failure shall continue for a period of ten (10) days after written notice thereof from Campground to Camper.
    3. This Agreement passes to any other person or entity by act of Camper, by operation of law or otherwise.
    4. Camper becomes insolvent or bankrupt or makes an assignment for the benefit of creditors or a receiver or trustee of Camper’s property is appointed and is not discharged within thirty (30) days, or (i) The making by Camper of any general assignment or general arrangement for the benefit of creditors; (ii) the filing by or against Camper of a petition to have Camper adjudged bankrupt or a petition for reorganization or arrangement under any law relating to bankruptcy (unless, in the case of a petition filed against Camper, the same is dismissed within sixty (60) days); (iii) the appointment of a trustee or receiver to take possession of substantially all of Camper’s assets located at the Campsite or of Camper’s interest in this Agreement, where possession is not restored to Camper within sixty (60) days; or (iv) the attachment, execution or other judicial seizure of substantially all of Camper’s assets located at the Campsite or of Camper’s interest in this Agreement, where such seizure is not discharged within sixty (60) days.]
    5. Camper abandons or vacates the Campsite.
  21. Campground’s Remedies. If any default by Camper shall continue uncured for the applicable period stated above, Campground shall have all rights and remedies provided by law or equity, to which Campground may resort cumulatively or in the alternative. Additionally, Campground shall be entitled to recover from Camper, in addition to the Seasonal Fee and any other charges due under this Agreement or related in any way to the Seasonal Fee, all other damages sustained by Campground on account of the breach of this Agreement, including, but not limited to, the costs, expenses and attorneys’ fees incurred by Campground in enforcing the terms and provisions hereof and in reentering and recovering possession of the Campsite and, if applicable, for the cost of repairs, alterations and attorneys’ fees connected with the renting of the Campsite. Further, Campground has the following remedies, in addition to all other rights and remedies provided by law or equity, to which Campground may resort cumulatively or in the alternative:
    1. Termination of Agreement. Campground may at Campground’s election terminate this Agreement immediately upon giving Camper a notice of termination. On the giving of the notice, all further obligations of Campground under this Agreement shall terminate, Camper shall surrender and vacate the Campsite in a clean and orderly condition, and Campground may reenter and take possession of the Campsite and eject all parties in possession or eject some and not others or eject none, and remove any and all personal property (including the Camping Unit) from the Campsite. Termination under this
      paragraph shall not relieve Camper from the payment of any sum then due to Campground or from any claim for damages previously accrued or then accruing against Camper. Should Camper abandon the Campsite and Campground elect to reenter as herein provided, or if Camper’s right to possession is terminated by Campground because of a breach of the Agreement by Camper, this Agreement shall, at Campground’s written election, terminate and Campground shall be entitled to recover from the Camper (i) unpaid Seasonal Fee which has been earned at the time of termination, and (ii) as liquidated damages, and not as a penalty, a sum of money equal to the total Seasonal Fee and any additional loss
      of Seasonal Fee to be paid by Camper to Campground for the remainder of the term of this Agreement.
    2. Storage. Campground may at Campground’s election remove the Camper’s personal property (including the Camping Unit) from the Campsite and store same at the cost of Camper.
    3. Renting. Upon termination of this Agreement, Campground shall have the right, but not the obligation, to immediately rent the Site to any third party.
  22. Severability. The invalidity or unenforceability of any provision of this Agreement shall not affect or impair any other provision, and such invalid or unenforceable provision shall be severable from the remaining provisions which shall continue in full force and effect.
  23. Governing Law. This Lease shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Wisconsin.
  24. Binding Effect. This Agreement shall be binding on all persons using the Camper’s Campsite.
  25. Camper shall pay all costs, expenses and reasonable attorneys’ fees that may be incurred or paid by Campground in enforcing the terms and conditions of this Agreement as permitted by law.
  26. By signing this Agreement, I(we) am(are) hereby acknowledging that all Campers, occupants, and family members, guests and invitees have read and understand the Campground Rules, as well as this Agreement, and that all such individuals agree to be bound by and comply with the terms of this Agreement.

Harbour Village Resort Rules and Regulations

Seasonal Campers/Visitors/Guests

Quiet Hours: 11pm – 8am
Speed Limit: 5 MPH

Bikes:

  • Bikes are NOT allowed on sidewalks or trails.
  • Please use the bike racks.
  • All bikes must have a light on them if used at night.
  • Bikes are allowed on the Nature Trail, but please be courteous of those using the area.

Campsite/Grounds/Unit:

  • The site shall be used only for the placement of a travel trailer or destination trailer for the exclusive use as a private seasonal for Camper and Camper’s immediate dependent family, as set forth in the Seasonal Admission Agreement.
  • Camper shall be responsible for the acts of camper’s children and guests, even if they are not present.
  • You may not alter the campsite in any way without permission from the General Manager.
  • As a courtesy to all campers please use the designated walkways, trails or roads. DO NOT walk through occupied sites.
  • Washing of cars or trucks in the campground is NOT allowed. Camping units and golf cart(s) may be washed periodically.
  • Camper shall not cause or permit any flammable or explosive material, oil, radioactive material or hazardous or toxic waste substance to be brought upon, used, stored, or dumped on the site or within the Park.
  • Camper shall be responsible for any required repair, cleanup or detoxification of the site caused by Camper and shall indemnify Campground from any liability, claim or expense relating thereto. The
  • foregoing covenant and indemnification shall survive the termination of this Agreement.
  • Upon termination of this Agreement or the removal of one’s unit, all trees, shrubs, and plants placed upon the site by Camper shall remain upon the site. This shall be the property of the Campground unless a separate written agreement regarding ownership has been entered to the contrary, and the same shall not be removed or damaged by Camper. This covenant shall survive the termination of this lease.
  • Sheds must follow the guidelines listed in the Seasonal Admission Agreement.
  • Decks must be portable and approved by Harbour Village Management.
  • Camper shall at all times keep their RV and site in clean and tenantable condition and shall not permit any garbage, rubbish, refuse or dirt of any kind to accumulate in or about the site or Park. Animal droppings should be routinely cleaned up on your lot. Landscape waste should be properly disposed of.
  • In the event Camper fails to keep the site property maintained, the Campground may give Camper notice of the deficiency and reasonable time to fulfill Camper’s obligations. If such maintenance is not performed within such time, then the Campground may, but shall have no obligation to, perform such maintenance and the Camper shall be charged for the maintenance work.
  • All Seasonal Campers must carry year-round insurance and liability for their units, contents, and golf cart.

Children:

  • NO ONE under the age of 18 (minor) is allowed to use the park without an accompanying adult/parent.
  • Parents/adults are responsible for the conduct of minors in their care.
  • Minors must be at their campsite after 11:00 pm unless they are accompanied by an adult.

Disorderly Conduct:

  • Please keep the noise (equipment/voices/music) in your campsite quiet enough as not to disturb your neighbors who are also trying to enjoy their camping time.
  • Underage drinking will not be tolerated.
  • Be aware of quiet hours: 11pm – 8am
  • Please, no vulgar language.
  • Management has the right to terminate an Agreement in order to protect other residents and Management from unruly campers and their visitors/invitees. Campers are ultimately responsible for their actions as well as those of their child(ren) and visitors.
  • Vandalism, disturbances, etc. will be grounds for immediate and permanent eviction from the Park. The laundry room and bathhouses are not places for congregating and hanging out.
  • Security personnel conduct periodic patrols, day and night. Decisions of security personnel are absolutely final pertaining to noise, campfires and other infringements of the rules.

Dump Station:

  • Must use proper hose to drain tanks.
  • You may not dump grey or black water on your site!
  • See attached “Transfer Tank and Pump-Out Service Policy” and “PumpOut Waiver Form” for on-site pump-out service.

Emergencies, Storms, Etc.:

  • During periods of severe weather or other emergencies, special precautions or measures may be ordered by Management. In the event the hazard is severe enough, the Resort may be closed by Management.
  • Upon notice, all members, guests, and public shall immediately comply with the orders to take specific precautions or evacuate.

Emergency Medical Services:

  • There is a hospital in Sturgeon Bay approximately 9 miles away. All serious problems shall be referred there or other appropriate facilities.
  • In no event will the Resort or Management be responsible for the treatment of any injuries or for the actions of others involved in such treatment.

Firearms & Weapons:

  • The possession of firearms, BB guns, sling shots, or other weapons determined dangerous by Management are prohibited, except as provided by Management for supervised activities.

Fires:

  • Campfires are allowed in the fire pit only.
  • Fires must be attended at all times.
  • Fire pits must be free of all garbage before leaving the park.
  • Fires must be extinguished before leaving the park.

Fireworks:

  • Fireworks are not allowed in the park at any time.

Flyers/Notices:

  • All flyers/notices should only be posted on bulletin boards, and need to be approved by management in advance. Anything not approved will be removed.

Game Equipment:

  • All equipment necessary for the various recreational activities may be checked out in the pavilion.
  • A driver’s license/ID card will be required. We will hold onto the driver’s license/ID card until the equipment is returned in good condition.
  • If there are damages, they will be assessed and you may be charged repair and/or replacement fees.

Garbage:

  • You can remove your own trash from your campsite. Dumpsters and recycling bins are located up at our maintenance shop. Please put items in proper bins.
  • You must remove all trash from your fire pit
  • The Campground will remove up to 4 bags only from your site each Sunday & Monday
  • Make sure all garbage is out no later than 8:45 am. All garbage must be in bags or it will not be picked up. Recycling must be in a clear bag.
  • All violations are susceptible to a $25 fine

Golf Carts:

  • All golf carts must be registered in the Harbour Village Camp Store and show proof of insurance before using carts in the park.
  • All Campers must have their site number clearly posted on their unit and golf carts. (3” reflective numbers)
  • The speed limit is 5 mph for everyone.
  • Golf carts must have headlights on if used at night.
  • Golf carts are allowed to be driven to the entrance of the Nature Trail. Golf carts are allowed on the Nature Trail only with an authorized tag from the Manager.
  • Only licensed drivers over the age of 16 are permitted to drive golf carts.

Guests:

  • All guests must register upon arrival.
  • Owners are responsible for the conduct of their guests.

Hunting:

  • No hunting of any kind is allowed within the Resort.

Laundry:

  • Laundry facilities are provided in the front of the Central Bath House.
  • Laundry supplies are available in the store.

Vehicles:

  • Absolutely NO trail bikes, sand buggies, motorbikes, dune buggies, ATVs, or other similar powered vehicles are allowed to be driven within the Resort except by employees.
  • Street legal motorcycles and golf carts may be used to provide transportation within the park.

Parking:

  • When parking on a back in site, your camper MUST BE backed into the site. NO driving through other sites or on the grass.
  • Only 2 vehicles plus a maximum of 2 golf carts may be parked within the boundaries of the site.
  • Please use the front gravel parking lot for additional vehicles. DO NOT park on the road.
  • All vehicles on a site and all visitor vehicles must display a parking pass.
  • Boat trailers, utility trailers, etc. must be parked within the boundary lines of your site and NOT on the road.
  • Park your vehicle on your site so the Registration Tag is visible from the road.

Pets:

  • All pets must be kept on a leash and attended at all times.
  • You MUST clean up after your pets.
  • Aggressive behavior and/or excessive barking will not be tolerated.
  • Upon request, the pet owner must be able to show proof of current rabies vaccination.
  • Pets (other than service animals) are NOT ALLOWED in any building, rental unit, bath house, pavilion, store, swimming area, or on the beach.

Playground Rules:

  • Parents are responsible for the conduct and safety of their children at all times.

Smoking:

  • There is NO SMOKING allowed in bathrooms, rental units, store or pavilion.

Swimming Pool Facilities:

  • The swimming facilities are only for the use of campers and anyone authorized to use the Resort.
  • The Activity Pool/Slides are only to be used when a lifeguard is on duty, unless posted otherwise.
  • The swimming pools will be open in accordance with the posted schedule.
  • On inclement weather days, the Resort has the authority to close the swimming facilities.
  • No children under the age of 12 will be allowed to use the swimming facilities without their parent(s) or responsible adult present.
  • Parent(s) will be held responsible for the conduct of their children, and it is the parent’s responsibility to see that their children observe the rules.
  • Those who use the swimming facilities are expected to follow the rules.
  • The lifeguard is there for two purposes: Lifesaving and Supervision.
  • You must be 18 years of age to be inside the fenced area of the Adult Pool. Only under special circumstances will anyone under 18 years of age be allowed inside the fenced area of the Adult Pool.
  • There is no lifeguard at the Oasis Swimming Pond. Parents are responsible for their children and their behavior.

Trees and Shrubs:

  • The cutting of wood or any other vegetation is prohibited within the Resort.
  • If a tree is causing a hazard, please notify Management to take care of the problem.

Vandalism:

  • Camper will be responsible for replacement costs and/or repairs.
  • Charges may be filed.

Wristbands:

  • Wristbands are required to be worn at all times while in the park.
  • Wristbands are required for any and all activities.

(Rules and Guidelines set forth are subject to change by the Board of Directors)

Revised: March 26, 2022

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    Lot fee: $3,200
    Tax (5.5%): $176
    Full payment due by March 31: $3,376

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