Rules & Regulations

The following rules were established to maintain high standards of cleanliness, safety and maintenance, with a “Good Neighbor Policy” in mind. Since every contingency cannot be covered in a set of rules, from time to time, modification may be necessary. Your compliance is very much appreciated and will ensure a pleasant stay for all guests.

Emergency & Safety

If you need to call 911, and time allows, please call 409-225-2020 so managmenet can be prepared to escort the emergency personnel to your site.  If you observe any activity you believe to be of concern, call 409-225-2020, or contact our host camper in site #1.

Quiet Time

All guests are asked to be respectful of other guests, especially between the hours of 10pm – 8am.  No loud music, no loud engine revving, no yelling and screaming.  

Personal Vehicles

Speed limit in the park is 5 MPH (miles per hour).  Inoperable or unlicensed vehicles are not permitted in the park.  Vehicles are to be parked only in the space intended. The common areas are not for parking.  All vehicular noise is to be kept to a minimum.  Recreational use of motorized bikes, motorcycles or ATVs within the park is not permitted.

Pets

Maximum of 2 pets per site. The following breeds are NOT allowed in the park: Doberman Pinschers, Pit Bulls, Pit Bull Mixes and Rottweilers.  Pets must always be on a leash with the owner when outdoors. Pets cannot be tied outside and left unattended.  Guests must pick up after their pets. The park is equipped with doggie bags for your convenience.  Please make sure the bag is securely sealed and placed in the trash dumpster.  Do not leave pet unattended in RV, even if it is in a crate. 

Children

Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.  Parents are responsible for any damages caused by children, within the RV or within the park.  

Smoking Policy

Smoking is only allowed outside of the RV campers.  Absolutely no smoking is allowed in the RVs.  Violators will be subject to a $250 fine.  Please discard cigarette butts in the BBQ Fire Pits.  Do not throw butts on the ground.

RV Awnings

RV Awnings must never be left unatttended.  If you go into the RV for any length of time, awning must be rolled in.  Sudden wind gusts are common and can damage RV Awnings.  DO NOT leave the RV with the awnings out.  Guests will have to pay to repair awnings that are damaged as a result of being left unattended