RV, Trailer and Tent Rules


  • Camping season opens May 16 at 9:00 AM for those seasonal campers who have stored their campers on their site for the winter. All other seasonal campers will be allowed in at the same time providing the grounds are not too wet. This will be at the discretion of the caretaker.
  • Camping season closed annually on the 3rd Saturday in October.

Special requests or any deviation from these rules must be submitted in writing to the Board of Directors. The Board meets every 3rd Wednesday of each month.

  1. All members desiring a campsite must register with the Caretaker upon arrival.
  2. Campsite fees are payable in advance – No exceptions – Checkout time is 2:00 p.m.
  3. If your camper has an air conditioner, you will be charged the air conditioner rate. No exceptions.
  4. Second refrigerators will be charged at the rate of $100.00 per season.
  5. Decks are allowed for season campers. They must not exceed the footprint (size) of your camper.
  6. Camping is allowed only on designated areas.
  7. Only specially equipped units for camping may be used for sleeping quarters. Caretaker will guide members to available lots.
  8. Campsites are available on a first come, first serve basis.
  9. Each member must register for his or her campsite and camp on the reserved site within the boundaries of the site. A member may rent a site by day, week, month or the sesason. Non-members are not permitted to rent a site. Non-members are not allowed to stay at a site without the member present. Children under the age of 18 are not to be left alone camping.
  1. A maximum of 2 sleeping units are allowed per site, only one of which can be a wheeled unit.
  2. Only one vehicle may be parked at a campsite area if room is available. All other, including guests, must be parked in a designated area.
  3. Fire extinguishers are required in all sleeping units and tents. Only properly certified electrical cords are to be used on electrical outlets of the Association. The Association is not liable for any electrical damage at any time. Please verify that camper electrical cords are the correct rating for your camper.
  4. A registered camper is entitled to a maximum of 5 registered guests at a time in the camp area. All guests must be registered upon arrival and fees paid.
  5. Overnight guests must be registered and fees paid at the store by 8:00 p.m.
  6. Quiet time is from 11:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. Sunday through Thursday, 1:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. Friday, Saturday and Holidays.

Disturbing noises will not be tolerated at any time. Radios and noise levels should not be heard beyond your campsite area. Loitering is not allowed. Each camper is responsible for his or her guests.


  1. Each camper is responsible for any damage to anyone’s equipment, and Association or cottager’s buildings, trees, flowers or any other property.
  2. Should campers wish to temporarily leave and hold their site: 1) the site must be clearly posted with a sign indicating the camper’s name 2) the Caretaker must be notified.
  3. Garbage containers or bags are not provided. Campers are responsible for disposal of their own refuse in the dumpster located at the end of Camp A access road. This dumpster is to be used for refuse and small cans only. Any larger items must be taken to the town transfer station. Please check with the Caretaker for dumping bulky items or loads of debris for proper disposal location. The grounds must be left free of all refuse and/or debris.
  4. All camp areas must be adequately policed and kept neat and clean at all times, grass cut and trimmed within camp boundaries.
  5. No washing of vehicles is allowed. A periodic (monthly at a maximum) washing of your camper is acceptable if using a pressure washer to conserve amount of water used.
  6. All gray water and black sewage must be contained and disposed of at the designated areas. No draining of either into the ground is allowed. Hoses may be used for water supply to your camper and must be maintained and never allowed to leak, especially onto power cables or ground. No washing of dishes, etc. under outdoor faucets.
  7. Campfires must be built in fire rings or grills only. If you are leaving the grounds you must make sure your fire is out prior to leaving.
  8. Intoxication, the use or sale of narcotics, or disorderly conduct will not be tolerated at any time. Any offender will be subject to suspension of membership and arrest.
  9. Open alcoholic beverages must remain within the campground or picnic area. Walking the grounds with open containers of any type is not allowed.
  10. It is the member’s responsibility to see that all alcoholic beverages are secured or supervised at their camps or campsite.
  11. Any person causing a disturbance of any kind, or any person or persons violating any rules or regulations of the Association will be penalized and subject to arrest where applicable. Campers must obey all other park rules and regulations.
  12. All pets must be leashed at all times and not barking constantly. Be respectful of noise and disturbing surrounding campers and residents in your general area. Continual disturbance (i.e. barking dogs) will not be tolerated.
  13. Maximum speed limit on camp roads is 5 MPH. This will be enforced!
  14. Please be considerate of your fellow campers and members of the Association.
  15. Winter storage for campers and/or decks is available for seasonal campers at a rate determined by the Board of Directors from closure of the camp grounds, (the third week in October), until opening day in May.
  16. Seasonal campers wishing to store their campers for the winter must show proof of insurance and pay in advance. You must also sign the Winter Camper Storage Form. Fees for deck storage are also to be paid in advance. The Pond is not liable for any damages. You are responsible for winterizing your camper and must unhook all utilities.
  17. The campground Chairman, Facilities Managers/Caretakers shall have the authority to enforce ANY and ALL of the above rules. They have the right to ask any offender to leave the Association’s property and will refer the offender to the Board of Directors for proper action according to Association’s procedures.