PARK RULES

Understand the rules of the park

PARK RULES

  1. Check out time is 11 am, check in begins at 2 pm until dark, when ever that might be.
  2. Quiet hours are from 9pm to 7am.
  3. Visitors of guests are asked to be out of the park by 9pm, the main gate gets closed at night. Guests of the park are limited to 2 visitors, and are responsible for the conduct of those visitors. 
  4. Please don’t drive stakes or spikes into the ground, our electrical and plumbing services are down there.
  5. Garbage, glass, plastics should be bagged and placed in one of the park’s garbage bins. Paper and cardboard can be put into a special container near the office.
  6. Children are welcome in the park; however please don’t let your children run wild through the park. Please respect the privacy and peace and quiet of your fellow guests.
  7. Be aware that the river is 1500’ wide, and up to 80’ deep here. The current can run in excess of 3 knots. No one should attempt to walk on the rocks on the edge of the river, and no one should swim here. No unsupervised children are allowed on the river side of the road. Children with parents must wear Coast Guard approved flotation devices while near the river. Please be safe!
  8. Small dogs are welcome in the park, but must be on their leash. Please do not let your dog bark un-controllably, and please pick up after them.
  9. Please no car, boat or Rv washing. It creates a muddy mess for you and your fellow campers.
  10. Our internet speed is that of a third world country, not by our choice. Please do not stream movies or tv or it will reduce the speed for everyone else in the park.
  11. This is a quiet place, with personal relaxation in mind. If you are coming to party, please go to Lake End Park. The management reserves the right to refuse entry or evict anyone who has shown a disregard for the park rules; with out refund. Guests and visitors agree to use the park and its facilities at their own risk. The manager or owner is not responsible for any damages, injury, or loss to persons, pets or property.
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