Terms of Service

Article A.

The articles outlined in these Terms of Service are for our Guest’s & employee’s benefit & protection. This property is privately owned. The camper accepts camping privileges with the understanding that they do at this moment release the Campground, its officers, and employees of all liability for loss or damage to property and injury to his person arising out of his use of its camping facilities, and agrees to indemnify the Campground, its officers and employees, against claims resulting from loss or damage to property or injury to the person of any member of the family or Guest of the registered camper arising out of the use of its camping facilities. All prices are subject to change due to circumstances beyond management’s control. Guests would still be required to pay to receive service. The Campground reserves the right to evict unruly Guests & their visitors for behavior that violates family-friendly camping principles. By signing, you acknowledge that you have thoroughly read and agree to comply with all of the Campground rules and regulations as outlined in these terms & conditions, as well as posted around the property grounds. Any policy not written in these articles may still exist, & it is the Guest’s responsibility to ask management questions they may have before staying with us.

Article B. Monthly Stay Booking Agreement

  • Section 1. Guests are required to pay for their metered electricity usage and their propane usage if they are using Campground propane & not their own. The propane usage associated with a Guest’s site is metered & charged to the Guest according to AmeriGas rates in the units of lbs.

  • Section 2. The electricity usage associated with a Guest’s site is metered & charged to the Guest according to PP&L rates in the units of kilowatts per hour.

  • Section 3. Guests are not permitted to attend local area schools (K-12).

    • Clause 1. Homeschooling, cyber schooling, or online college classes are permitted.

  • Section 4. References may be required (better business bureau approved).

  • Section 5. Guests are not permitted to have their mail forwarded to our PO Box or business address.

    • Clause 1. Occasional package deliveries are permitted.

  • Section 6. The maximum capacity of propane tanks permitted to bring on the property is 100 lbs.

Article C. Lodging Booking Agreement

  • Section 1. I agree to leave this Lodging Accommodation Reservation Item I am booking in good condition and without any new damage. I agree to an excessive cleaning fee to be charged on my credit card on file IF any of the following items are found to be true about the unit after my stay:

    • Clause 1. Food is left in the refrigerator or freezer.

    • Clause 2. Food left in the sinks or countertops.

    • Clause 3. Unwashed dishes left in the sink or countertops.

    • Clause 4. Filthy floors containing as exemplified: dirt, mud, food, or bodily fluids.

    • Clause 5. Damage of any kind to the items inside the Lodging Accommodation or the Lodging Accommodation itself.

  • Section 2. No smoking of any kind is permitted inside of a Lodging Accommodation.

    • Clause 1. If evidence of smoking inside a Lodging Accommodation is found, I agree to an excessive cleaning fee to be charged on my credit card on file.

  • Section 3. Lodging Accommodations are to be strictly short-term residential dwellings for the occupants. It may not be used for storage, the manufacturing of any product, professional services, or general commercial use.

  • Section 4. Waterbeds are prohibited.

Article D. Seasonal RV Site Booking Agreement

  • Section 1. A Guest’s request for re-up may be declined if they violate our Terms of Service during the duration of their stay. We reserve the right to evict anyone who does not comply with our Terms of Service at any point in time.

  • Section 2. These reservations are not intended for continuous living. This situation would require a Monthly Stay reservation. Seasonal Sites are intended for intermittent camping only.

  • Section 3. It is the responsibility of the Guest to keep their site(s) neat, clean, & free of debris.

    • Clause 1. Outdoor mats, carpets, chairs, bicycles, and other items must be removed and stored out of the way to make way for mowing and weeding. Items stored under the units must be placed far enough not to impede mowing or weeding at the unit’s perimeter.

    • Clause 2. Spring clean-up is expected to be completed annually by Easter. Areas around the bases of trees must be free of sod, mulch, leaves & stones to ensure the health of the trees.

  • Section 4. Guests must keep all firewood hidden from view with no more than ¼ cords per site.

  • Section 5. Privacy areas between sites must be kept in a natural state with absolutely no storage of any kind.

  • Section 6. A maximum number of 5 lawn ornaments are permitted.

  • Section 7. One storage unit is permitted per site.

    • Clause 1. This storage unit may not exceed the measurements of 5 feet length x 3 feet width x 4 feet height.

  • Section 8. Guests must notify management & get approval before building or erecting anything on their site.

  • Section 9. Decks are to be no larger than 144 square feet. They must also be erected in areas so that they could be easily removed.

Article E. Accommodation Occupancy Policy

  • Section 1. The subletting of any of our Accommodation Reservation Items from Guests to occupants other than the Guests who are registered initially with the reservation is strictly prohibited.

  • Section 2. For Lodging, RV, & Tent Site Accommodation Reservation Items which have any length of stay, the number of Guests included in the base rate is 2 Adults (person(s) aged 18-64) or 2 Seniors (person(s) aged 65+) OR any combination of those Age Groups. As well as 2 Children (person(s) aged 4-17) or 2 Infants (person(s) aged 0-3) OR any combination of those Age Groups.

    • Clause 1. Extra Adults, Seniors, & Children above what is included at the base rate will be charged depending on the reservation type.

  • Section 3. The maximum number of occupants on any RV or Tent Site Accommodation Reservation Item is six-person(s).

    • Clause 1. Of those six people(s), only four may be in the Adult/Senior age group.

    • Clause 2. Of those six people(s), only four may be in the Children/Infant age group.

  • Section 4. The maximum number of occupants on a Lodging Accommodation Reservation Items varies depending on the site type.

  • Section 5. The minimum number of occupants required to book any Accommodation Reservation Item is 1 Adult/Senior.

Article F. Visitor Policy

  • Section 1. An occupant who is a Visitor in a reservation is different from that reservation’s base occupancy. Any Accommodation Reservation Item or Add-On who is not included as a part of that item’s base occupancy is considered a Visitor to that reservation while on the property.

    • Clause 1. Visitors who stay less than 30 minutes on the property are accessible. If they remain on the property between 30+ minutes to 24 hours, they charge for their stay. After their first paid 24 hours on the property, they must decide to become included in the reservation’s base occupancy or re-pay to remain a Visitor for another 24 hours.

  • Section 2. Visitors are charged to the reservation’s invoice for the site location at which they stay.

Article G. Payment Policy

  • Section 1. For Reservation Items & Add-Ons 62 nights or less in length, the amount of down-payment required on the Reservation Item or Add-On’s total amount to confirm the booking is as follows (the calculation is done based on how many days out the Guest is from the time of the booking to the day of Check-In for the reservation):

    • 365+ days out = 33% down-payment

    • 364-15 days out = 50% down-payment

    • 14-0 days out = 100% down-payment

    • Clause 1. Should a Guest with a Reservation Item or Add-On that lasts for 62 nights or less in length arrive at the Campground on their Check-In date with an outstanding balance on their invoice, the unpaid balance will be due at this time.

    • Clause 2. The Guest agrees that if their Reservation Item or Add-On 62 nights or less in length has not been cancelled by its Check-In date, & there is an outstanding balance on the invoice, the Campground may charge their credit card on file the outstanding balance due on the Check-In date.

    • Clause 3. For Reservation Items & Add-Ons 62 nights or less in length & a part of a Group Reservation & are not being occupied by the wagon master (Group Creator), there shall be no payment due at the time of creation to continue booking these Reservation Items. These invoices may be outstanding at this time until their claim-by-date has passed. Standard Payment Policy applies to these reservations at the time of claiming. Failure to claim Reservation Items or Add-Ons by their claim-by-date will result in mandatory cancellation.

  • Section 2. For Reservation Items & Add-Ons 63 nights or more in length, the amount of down-payment required on either the first month’s invoice for those enrolled in the Monthly Invoice Payment Plan or those paying by Single Invoice (Pay-In-Full), to confirm the booking, is as follows (the calculation is done based on how many days out the Guest is from the time of the booking to the day of Check-In for the reservation):

    • 365+ days out = 33% down-payment

    • 364-15 days out = 50% down-payment

    • 14-0 days out = 100% down-payment

    • Clause 1. This Campground gives the option for Reservation Items 63 nights or more in length to enroll in a Monthly Invoice Payment Plan. This way, the Guest will pay their Single Invoice instead through Split Multiple Invoices, which will be due on the anniversary date of their Check-In every consecutive month.

    • Clause 2. Reservation Items for a Month or longer in length will receive a one-time Security Deposit charge on their invoice. This charge will be refunded back to the Guest on their reservation’s Check-Out date, less any damage costs or unpaid electricity/propane charges.

      • Case 1. Those who opt for the Monthly Invoice Payment Plan will receive this charge on their first month’s invoice.

    • Clause 3. Customers who enroll in the Monthly Invoice Payment Plan will receive an email a few days before their monthly payment is due. In the email is the web-link where they can make payment. The payment on the invoice will be expected by the end of the day on the due date.

      • Case 1. Failure to provide payment on a monthly invoice by the end of the day on its due date will result in late payment fees added to that month’s invoice per consecutive day passed since the payment has not been made. Starting with the payment due date.

    • Clause 4. The Guest consents to the Campground charging their credit card on file for their monthly invoice payment on its due date each month if they opt to enroll in the AutoPay feature. Otherwise, the Guest is responsible for manually paying the invoice.

    • Clause 5. Customers who opt into the Monthly Invoice Payment Plan will be required to pay the total of their last month’s invoice up-front with their first month’s invoice.

      • Case 1. Suppose the Guest’s last month’s invoice sum is less than that of their second month’s invoice. In that case, the Guest shall pay the total amount of the previous month’s invoice as well as however much is needed from their second-to-last month’s invoice to bring the total of that last month’s invoice to be equal to their second month’s invoice.

    • Clause 6. Guests enrolled in the Monthly Invoice Payment Plan who do not pay their monthly invoice through our Campspot Online Portal will receive a service fee on that month’s invoice per transaction processed, which was not paid through the Online Portal.

    • Clause 7. Seasonal RV Site Reservation Items may go on a Monthly Invoice Payment Plan, but only for four months.

    • Clause 8. Seasonal RV Site Reservation Items do not have a last month’s invoice due upfront.

    • Clause 9. Reservation Items 63 nights or more in length & do not opt for the Monthly Invoice Payment Plan (Pay-In-Full) will receive a 5% discount to their campsite base rate on their Single Invoice.

Article H. Cancellation Policy

  • Section 1. Any Reservation Item or Add-On that is cancelled by a Guest receives a Cancellation Fee added to its invoice. The Cancellation Fee will be paid using the money that the Guest used as their down-payment on their invoice at the time of booking the Reservation Item or Add-On that they wish to have cancelled.

  • Section 2. For Reservation Items & Add-Ons 27 nights or less in length, the Cancellation Fee is based on a percentage of the total cost of the Reservation Item(s) or Add-On(s) being cancelled. The Cancellation Fee is also based on the number of days from when the cancellation request was initially received from the Guest, ending at the Check-In date of the Reservation Item(s) or Add-On(s) being cancelled. The bracket rates are as follows:

    • 99+ days out from the Check-In date = 7% of the Reservation Item or Add-On’s total cost in Cancellation Fees.

    • 98-24 days out from the Check-In date = 10% of the Reservation Item or Add-On’s total cost in Cancellation Fees.

    • 23-8 days out from the Check-In date = 15% of the Reservation Item or Add-On’s total cost in Cancellation Fees.

    • 7-4 days out from the Check-In date = 25% of the Reservation Item or Add-On’s total cost in Cancellation Fees.

    • 3 days out from the Check-In date = 33% of the Reservation Item or Add-On’s total cost in Cancellation Fees.

    • 2-0 days out from the Check-In date = 50% of the Reservation Item or Add-On’s total cost in Cancellation Fees. If the Cancellation Fee cannot be paid with the existing payments on the Reservation, we will not require the Guest to pay more. They will just lose all payments on the reservation.

  • Section 3. For Reservation Items & Add-Ons 28 nights or more in length, the Cancellation Fee is based on a percentage of the payment(s) the Guest has made towards the invoice(s) of the Reservation Item or Add-On. The Cancellation Fee is also based on the number of days from when the cancellation request was initially received from the Guest, ending at the Check-In date of the Reservation Item(s) or Add-On(s) being cancelled. The bracket rates are as follows:

    • 63+ days out from the Check-In date = 10% of the payments the Guest has made towards the invoice(s) in Cancellation Fees.

    • 62-31 days out from the Check-In date = 15% of the payments the Guest has made towards the invoice(s) in Cancellation Fees.

    • 30-0 days out from the Check-In date = 25% of the payments the Guest has made towards the invoice(s) in Cancellation Fees.

  • Section 4. Reservation Items or Add-Ons currently Checked-In cannot be cancelled. They can only be edited to Check-Out sooner than when they were originally booked to Check-Out. Refunds for these edits are decided on a case-by-case basis & depend on a number of factors.

  • Section 5. Reservation Items or Add-Ons which are Checked-Out cannot be cancelled.

Article I. Refund Policy

  • Section 1. Cash refunds for Reservation Item or Add-On cancellations are issued back to Guests minus their Cancellation Fee.

  • Section 2. Standard Cancellation Policy issues cash-based refunds. In rare circumstances, Camp Credit may be issued.

    • Clause 1. Camp Credit is a form of monetary currency that is only valid at our Campground & is used to discount a future stay. Camp Credit is non-transferable from one Guest to another & will expire two-years from the date it was issued to the Guest.

Article J. Reservation Editing Policy

  • Section 1. A Guest’s decision to change Any Accommodation Reservation Item or Add-On’s Check-In date, Check-Out date, site occupancy, site type, or site location will be reviewed and approved on a case-by-case basis.

    • Clause 1. Reservation Editing may incur additional charges to Any Accommodation Reservation Item or Add-On’s invoice(s). The Guest will be responsible for paying for this.

    • Clause 2. Reservation Editing may also result in a decrease in cost. In this case, a refund may be provided to the Guest on a case-by-case basis.

  • Section 2. Any Accommodation Reservation Item or Add-On whose length of stay is 27 night(s) or less requires a 24-hour notice for an extension on length of stay.

  • Section 3. Any Accommodation Reservation Item or Add-On whose stay is 28, 30, or 31+ nights in length (classified Monthly) requires 7-day notice for an extension on length of stay.

  • Section 4. This Campground reserves the right to edit any existing Accommodation Reservation Item or Add-On made as it sees fit, including Site Locations.

  • Section 5. A Guest’s decision to change Any Accommodation Reservation Item or Add-On’s Check-In date, Check-Out date, site occupancy, site type, or site location will void the price guarantee on those invoices for that Reservation Item or Add-On.

    • Clause 1. New & Updated Pricing will apply to reservations in which a Guest has decided to change Any Accommodation Reservation Item or Add-On’s Check-In date, Check-Out date, site occupancy, site type, or site location.

    • Clause 2. Discount application to an invoice will also void the original price guarantee.

Article K. Grounds Policy

  • Section 1. No fireworks of any kind or type are permitted on the premises of the property.

  • Section 2. Setups of slip-and-slides (water slides) are not permitted.

  • Section 3. RV & Tent Site Arrivals after 10 PM are FORBIDDEN on designated Holiday weekend dates.

  • Section 4. Campground quiet hours are from 10 PM to 8 AM. Noise pollution during these hours will result in mandatory cancellation.

    • Clause 1. Curfew is 10 PM for Guests younger than 18 years old. Children must be back at their sites by the time of curfew.

  • Section 5. Site Locations are always expected to be kept neat & clean by Guests. Site Locations not kept clean may be mandatorily cancelled.

  • Section 6. Fire Rings are for firewood & charcoal only. No pallets are allowed.

  • Section 7. Public Dumpsters are for bagged garbage & boxes only.

    • Clause 1. No trash from outside the Campground can be brought to our dumpsters.

  • Section 8. No weed or foliage killer is to be used by any Guest. Nor should any Guest trim, cut, or remove foliage on the property without management’s permission.

  • Section 9. No firearms, bombs, or illegal substances are permitted on the Campground premises.

    • Clause 1. Suppose a Guest is caught with firearms, bombs, or illegal substances while staying at the Campground. In that case, their reservation will be mandatorily cancelled.

  • Section 10. The washing of RVs & other vehicles is prohibited on our property premises during designated Holiday weekend dates. Other dates are acceptable & it is encouraged.

  • Section 11. No enclosures, fences, easy-up screens, or other methods of obstructing your neighboring site’s view are permitted.

    • Clause 1. Tarps are not permitted.

  • Section 12. No nails or screws are permitted to be put into trees or other anchor points around a site.

  • Section 13. Public display of clothing for drying purposes via Clothing Line, Drying Racks, or hung from a tree is prohibited. As well as any other means possible.

  • Section 14. No Personal Hygiene such as beard trimming, body hair removal, teeth brushing, or any other such thing in this category may be done in our Public Restrooms.

  • Section 15. Fees do apply for Early Check-Ins & Late Check-Outs beyond a 2-hour grace period for both.

  • Section 16. Guest belongings are to be kept only within their Site Location’s borders. If a Guest is unsure of their Site Location’s boundaries, they should ask management.

    • Clause 1. Site Location borders may be changed by management at any point in time.

Article L. Golf Cart Policy

  • Section 1. Guests are permitted to bring their Golf Carts. Provided, they abide by the Terms and Conditions.

    • Clause 1. Guest Owned Golf Carts must be in good condition.

    • Clause 2. The Guest must have proof of insurance to use their Golf Cart on the property.

    • Clause 3. Guests must abide by Section 3 of this Article.

  • Section 2. Campground Rented Golf Cart Agreement Terms

    • Clause 1. Lessee acknowledges receipt of the equipment identified above (the ‘Equipment’ examined by the Lessee and found to be in first-class condition upon receipt. Lessee further acknowledges that the Campground leases the equipment to Lessee for the use and purpose for which it was manufactured subject to the terms and conditions set forth herein.)

    • Clause 2. Lessee shall return the equipment to the Store no later than 9 AM on the day marked as its ‘Check-Out Date.’

      • Case 1. Failure to return the Golf Cart to the Store by 9 AM on the day marked as its ‘Check-Out Date’ will incur additional late return charges.

    • Clause 3. Lessee shall contact the Front Desk if there is an extension of time desired.

    • Clause 4. The Golf Cart shall be returned in the same condition as when received.

    • Clause 5. Lessee shall pay the Campground the rental rate for the Golf Cart until the equipment is returned to the Campground.

    • Clause 6. Lessee shall reimburse the Campground upon demand for the loss of or any damages to the Golf Cart. At the same time, it is rented to the Lessee and for all costs and expenses.

    • Clause 7. Lessee shall identify and hold the Campground harmless from and against all liability, including bodily injury or property damage, which has arisen out of use or operation of the Golf Cart by the Lessee or anyone using the Golf Cart at the same time as the Lessee’s rental.

    • Clause 8. The Lessee shall abide by Section 3 of this Article.

    • Clause 9. Lessee shall not sublease the Golf Cart.

  • Section 3. Golf Cart Rules

    • Clause 1. Operators of the Golf Cart must be 18 years of age and possess a valid driver’s license.

    • Clause 2. Headlight usage is required for driving from 7 PM to 7 AM.

    • Clause 3. Golf Carts must be operated properly. Horseplay, racing, or other misuses of the Golf Cart will not be tolerated.

    • Clause 4. Golf Carts cannot leave the premises of the Campground.

    • Clause 5. Golf Carts cannot be driven off the roads.

    • Clause 6. The maximum allowable speed is 5 MPH.

    • Clause 7. Golf Carts can carry a maximum of 4 people, and all passengers must be seated while the Golf Cart is in motion.

    • Clause 8. Alcohol is not permitted on the Golf Cart, and it is against the law to drink & drive.

Article M. Bike Policy

  • Section 1. Guests are permitted to bring their Bikes to the Campground proved they abide by the Terms and Conditions.

  • Section 2. Bike Rules

    • Clause 1. Guests must wear helmets at all times

    • Clause 2. No horseplay may be committed while in the operation of a bicycle.

  • Section 3. Campground Rental Bike Agreement

    • Clause 1. Assumption of Risk

      • Case 1. I at this moment declare that I understand and accept the risk that renting a bicycle or riding a bike has a high risk of exposure to many hazards and accidents which may lead to damage to property, physical injury, or death. I further declare that I am in good physical health and capable of participating in the biological activity of riding a bicycle.

      • Case 2. I, at this moment, assume all risk of physical injury or loss of life that may cause me or loss or physical damage to the properties that may be involved arising from an accident out of the bicycle I rent. I fully understand the inherent risk involved, and I accept full responsibility for all damage or injury for which it may result.

    • Clause 2. Liability Release

      • Case 1. I at this moment release, quitclaim, and forever discharge the Campground, its agents, officers, representatives, and employees from all liability or claims of illness, injury, loss or damage to property, or death resulting from my activity in riding a bicycle leased or rented from them. I execute this agreement freely and voluntarily with complete knowledge and understanding of the consequences this may incur.

    • Clause 3. I agree to abide by the Bike Rules as outlined in Section 2. of this Article.

Article N. Recreation Hall Policy

  • Section 1. Guest agrees that when they use the Recreation Hall, they will not leave a mess; the Guest consents to an additional cleaning charge added to their invoice if they are found guilty of making a mess in the Recreation Hall.

  • Section 2. The Recreation Hall only supports a maximum occupancy of 50 person(s).

  • Section 3. No fire hazard items may be brought into the Recreation Hall.

  • Section 4. No foul-smelling items may be brought into the Recreation Hall.

  • Section 5. Suppose a Guest is found guilty of breaking something in the Recreation Hall. The Guest consents to an additional charge added to their invoice for the broken item’s replacement.

Article O. Pet Policy

  • Section 1. Pets are permitted only on RV or Tent Site Types.

    • Clause 1. The maximum number of Pets per Accommodation Reservation Item is 3.

  • Section 2. Pets are prohibited from all Lodging site types.

  • Section 3. Pets which are dogs are distinct under the following clauses:

    • Clause 1. Dogs must be leashed at all times when outside of an RV.

    • Clause 2. Dogs must not bark & annoy other Guests.

    • Clause 3. All dog droppings must be picked up within 5 minutes from their dropping.

    • Clause 4. The dog breeds American Staffordshire Terrier/Pit Bull, Rottweiler, Doberman, or any mixture of these breeds are not permitted on the Campground premises.

    • Clause 5. All dogs must have proper documentation of up-to-date rabies vaccination.

    • Clause 6. If a Guest works long hours or plans to leave their dog unattended in their RV for 5+ hours a day daily, then the dog is not permitted to be at the Campground.

    • Clause 7. This Campground takes dog barking very seriously. If a Guest brings their dog to the Campground, it is expected of them to quiet the dog if they begin to bark out of hand. If this Section is not abided by, the Guest will be asked to leave the Campground & blocked from future reservations.

    • Clause 8. Service Dogs are permitted inside Lodging Accommodations as well as anywhere else around the Campground where Pets are usually forbidden.

    • Case 1. Service Dogs cannot ever be left alone for any reason. They must be under the control and supervision of the handler at all times and leashed or harnessed in public spaces.

Article P. Miscellaneous Guest Information Policy

  • Section 1. This Campground requires both polite & civilized behavior from all its Guests, employees, & visitors.

  • Section 2. Public Defecation or Public Urination is strictly prohibited on the Campground’s grounds.

  • Section 3. Driving any vehicle at any speed above the posted speed limit for that street is strictly prohibited.

  • Section 4. Guests shall not trash or leave any detectable messes in the Public Bathhouses or the Public Toilet + Sink.

  • Section 5. Guests consent that a necessary background could be processed on them at any time while they are staying at the Campground.

  • Section 6. Any Accommodation Reservation Item or Add-On which is not booked online will be surcharged a small service fee.

Article Q. RV & Vehicle Policy

  • Section 1. All RVs & Vehicles on the property must have their current inspection & registration up-to-date, as well as being adequately insured. Failure to provide this will result in immediate removal from the property’s premises.

  • Section 2. RV appearance is subject to be met with management approval & all RV Site reservations are subject to termination as deemed necessary by management.

  • Section 3. Guests must notify management upon the purchasing, selling, or transferring of an RV registered with a reservation in the Campground.

  • Section 4. Only 1 Vehicle is permitted to be kept on each Site Location (this does not include an RV). Additional Vehicles a part of an Accommodation Reservation Item must be parked in the Campground’s designated different parking location.

  • Section 5. RVs or Vehicles on the property parked in undesignated parking spots will be towed & the Guest will be billed a tow fee.

    • Clause 1. RVs & Vehicles on the property parked on an Accommodation Item & have not paid their invoice(s) will be towed & a tow fee will be charged to the Guest for it.

  • Section 6. All RVs which are not Motorhomes entering the property must be towed in by a Guest who owns & knows how to operate a tow vehicle.

    • Clause 1. RVs may not be towed into the Campground by a third-party service.

Article R. Winter Camping Agreement

  • Section 1. If a hydrant associated with a Guest’s site freezes or breaks, the Guest is responsible for paying for the repair costs of that broken hydrant.

  • Section 2. Any skirting placed around a Guest’s RV must be first approved by management.

    • Clause 1. All RV skirting must be white or match the color of the RV it is around.

    • Clause 2. RV skirting around any RV must fit the RV.

    • Clause 3. RV skirting may not be foam board.

      • Case 1. Foam boards may be placed behind an approved skirting.

  • Section 3. The Guest accepts that maintenance only plows the fallen snow in & around the Site Locations, which are open during the Off-Season.

  • Section 4. A Guest is responsible for keeping heat tape on their hose from the faucet to their RV. It is their responsibility to see that it continues to work.

  • Section 5. Guests agree to buy & use their heat tape on hydrants and understand it is their responsibility to see that it continues to work.

Article S. RV Storage Policy

  • Section 1. RV Storage reservations may not have any occupancy throughout its length.

    • Clause 1. If a Guest wishes to stay in their RV while in an RV Storage reservation, they will be charged the Base Daily Rate.

    • Clause 2. A Guest can only override a zero occupancy policy to stay in their RV at the cost of the Base Rate 1 time per every 60 days their RV is stored.

Article T. COVID-19 Policy

  • Section 1. Governor Tom Wolf has announced for the state of Pennsylvania that privately-owned Campgrounds are allowed to open and operate amidst the COVID-19 crisis. We will continue to place the health and safety of our employees, Guests, and community first. We will have one public restroom open, which will be vigorously cleaned daily.

  • Section 2. We are currently open for business to self-contained RV’s. When you arrive, there will be full hook-ups and a gravel pad available. We recommend that you, the Guest, interact within 6 feet between non-immediate family members.

Article AAA. Mill Bridge Village Policies

    • Section 1. Boating, Canoeing, & Kayaking Policy

      • Clause 1. Campground Boat, Canoe, & Kayak Rental Agreement

        • Case 1. Assumption of Risk

          • Provision 1. I hereby declare that I understand and accept the risk that using a Boat, Canoe, or Kayak has a high risk of exposure to many hazards and accidents which may lead to damage to property, physical injury, or death. I further declare that I am in good physical health and capable of participating in physical activity of using a Boat, Canoe, or Kayak.

          • Provision 2. I hereby assume all risk of physical injury or loss of life that may cause me or loss or physical damage to the properties that may be involved arising from an accident out of the Boat, Canoe, or Kayak I rent. I fully understand the inherent risk involved and I accept full responsibility for any and all damage or injury for which it may result.

        • Case 2. Liability Release

          • Provision 1. I hereby release, quitclaim, and forever discharge the Campground, its agents, officers, representatives, and employees from any and all liability or claims of illness, injury, loss or damage to property or death resulting from my activity in using a Boat, Canoe, or Kayak leased or rented from them. I execute this agreement freely and voluntarily with full knowledge and understanding of the consequences this may incur.

        • Case 3. I agree to abide by Clause 3. of this Article.

      • Clause 2. Guest Owned Boats, Canoes, or Kayaks are permitted on the Campground. Provided they abide by the Terms and Conditions.

      • Clause 3. Boat, Canoe, or Kayak Rules

        • Case 1. Be extra careful, there are no lifeguards along the river.

    • Section 2. Flood Policy

      • Clause 1. Flood Risk Acknowledgement

        • Case 1. This Campground is located in a 100-year floodplain per FEMA. In the event of heavy rain, it is not the responsibility of the Campground nor its employees to remove RVs from the property. Every guest accepts the financial responsibility for damages that may occur to their belongings due to bringing them onto this property. It is recommended that all guests have RV insurance to cover the damages & liabilities which are associated with owning an RV.

      • Clause 2. Flood Refund Policy

        • Case 1. In the event a Flood inhibits a Guest’s capability to reach their Site Location, the Guest will receive a Camp Credit in the amount of per each night’s rate where their Site Location was inaccessible to them.

    • Section 3. Walnut Tree Liability Release

      • Clause 1. This Campground is not responsible for damage done to vehicles or persons due to falling walnuts. Guests assume all risks involved with camping beneath walnut trees.

    • Section 4. Visitors are not charged to reservations during Off-Season dates.

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