SEASONAL - RULES AND REGULATIONS
Read Carfully - It is for your own Safety.
1. Your Site Seniority, Responsibility of Seniority, and Occupancy
A. Your Site Seniority starts upon date of deposit on your seasonal site and continues until you leave or your site is terminated by the camp management for violations of camp rules and regulations or for nonpayment. Occupancy of your seasonal site is for you only. NO Transfers of site to relatives or anyone else.
B. DEFINITION OF OCCUPANCY: Married Couple who signs up for a site: If there is a death, the remaining spouse can maintain occupancy of site, in his or her name only. Unmarried Couple: The party signing the seasonal contract agreement will have the controlling interest in the site. Only one party may sign the agreement. Single individual: Will have controlling interest in the site only.
2. Occupancy and Guest Requirements (Your Site Is For Your Personal Use)
(DO NOT ABUSE)
A. Your Seasonal Rate is based on 5 persons in your unit. (2 adults and 3 children). One sleeping unit only on your site. Check with office ABOUT RULES FOR A TENT (SIZE & MORE THAN 3 NIGHTS) FOR YOUR SMALL CHILDREN ONLY. NO ADULTS. (DO NOT move your kids out, for FRIENDS OR RELATIVES). WHEN GUESTS OR RELATIVES ARE HERE, YOU MUST BE HERE.
B. All guests of seasonal campers are the responsibility of the host seasonal camper – regarding all camp rules and rates.
C. All guests that stay overnight are to stay in your unit, not in an R.V. unit on your site (van, motor home, trailer, or tent), the office will place them on another site. (NO RENTAL OR SUB LEASING OF YOUR TRAILER OR SITE) (THIS INCLUDES RELATIVES).
D. All seasonal campers and their guests are to follow all RULES & RATES listed in this Contract and Day-Week Literature.
3. Seasonal Travel Trailer Requirements
(Absolutely No Form of Recreational Park Trailers)
A. (1) Your travel trailer is to be within ten years of new and very neat in appearance when first becoming a seasonal. (2) Length: Not to exceed 37 feet from front of tongue to back of rear bumper. (3) Square footage: Must be less than 320 square feet in set-up mode. (4) Slide Outs: Not to extend more than 3 feet. (5) Height: Maximum Height not to exceed 10’9”. (6) Motor Homes and 5th Wheels excluded from #2, #3, and #5 above, but must comply with #4 above. (7) Trailer upgrade for all (1-6) apply.
B. ALL SESONAL TRAVEL TRAILERS: have to be continuous road towable. NO PARK MODELS OR CONVERTED PARK MODELS ALLOWED. Park models are not allowed because of their extreme size, sanitation codes and extra property taxes.
C. Trailers older than 15 years are to be upgraded unless they are in excellent condition. EITHER KEEP THEM UP OR REMOVE THEM FROM THE CAMP.
D. All Decks, Deck Railings, Screen Houses, Docks and Awnings: have to have OFFICE APPROVAL for their size, location, and requirements. (Mainly so they do not block the view of another camper and have a minimum of 10 feet between you and your neighbors unit), Deck Railings are not to exceed 30” in height with no solid panels. For More Awning Requirements – Refer to Rule #14B and #35.
E. We do not move 5th Wheels. If we do move your trailer, we are NOT RESPONSIBLE for any damages.
4. Site Maintenance: (Violations)
A. If any of your property is in DISREPAIR or in Health Department Violations, you will be notified or the PROPERTY TAGGED. This requires your prompt attention or possible TERMINATION OF YOUR SITE.
5. Insurance Requirements
A. During seasonal occupancy and winter storage on camp property YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR PROPERTY AND LIABILITY INSURANCE ON ALL OF YOUR EQUIPMENT AND GUESTS: (Trailer, dock, boats, sheds, golf cart, etc.). This insurance policy must be available to office upon request, No Insurance, No Site! MUST BE FILLED OUT ON YOUR SEASONAL CAMPING AGREEMENT.
6. Location of Storage Sheds
A. LOCATION OF SHEDS for all seasonal sites: Waterfront Sites: Shed has to be placed directly behind trailer (Not the Pullout). Back site: Shed has to be placed directly behind trailer. All sheds have to be movable. ONLY ONE SHED PER SITE. Must be well maintained or REMOVED.
B. SHEDS: are not to exceed a size of 50 sq. feet from 1986 on and MUST HAVE OFFICE APPROVAL. The sheds have to be maintained in neatness and appearance. If not, it must be replaced. NO reselling of any shed without office approval (Sheds over 50 sq. ft. cannot be resold in camp).
C. OFFICE APPROVAL: Means if there is NO Office Approval (from Loyd or Bill) for trailers, sheds and decks Both SALE or PURCHASE they will have to leave the Camp.
7. Vehicle Parking and Seasonal Vehicle Passes
Display on the rear window – left side (Available at Office)
A. You are to park on your own site. Seasonal Vehicle Stickers are Required to be On Your Vehicles. (Limit 2 Vehicles).
B. Alternate Parking: locations for your extra vehicle in the main camp and seasonal camp are located on the campgrounds layout map.
8. All Golf Carts, 4-Wheelers, Mini Bikes, Mopeds, Scooters, Gators, Etc...
(Must have Office Approval) Due to the many complaints we receive about golf carts, etc. We are attaching page #5 of your contract to read, sign, date and return to be kept on file. 2nd copy is for your reference. (Return only if you will have one of the above in the Camp).
9. Dog Bites
ALL Pets are required to be on a leash at ALL times. If your dog bites anyone, you are liable – have shot papers available – Law Enforcement will write a report. Dog will have to leave camp if it bites when not on a leash or penned. If you don’t keep your dog on a leash – keep it out of the Camp. (Dog leash on site no longer than 15 feet).
10. Boat Slip Requirements
A. Your Watercraft ONLY – No Friends or Relatives at Your Boat Slip.
B. The D.N.R. has required Waffle Farm Campgrounds starting year 2000 to have a marina boat slip license for its seasonal campers motorized watercraft. Each side of a dock or pulled to shore counts as one boat slip.
C. Only one slip per seasonal camper even if they do no have a boat as an extra boat slip for you.
D. Unmotorized watercraft do not count toward the Marina Clip Count. Row boats, canoes, paddle boats, kayaks, and inflatables. (This Means No Motors of any kind).
11. The Waterfront
Which means that the seasonal camper in the vicinity behind a waterfront seasonal camper has access through and usage for co-sharing of dock for your boat slip and them only. This is not a runway. Respect Your Waterfront Host. When going from one site to another to visit others, please use the road.
12. Limited Amount of Waterfront
One water craft in the water at a time plus one on shore. (NO EXCEPTIONS)
13. All Docks Are to be Co-Owned
A. By two seasonal campers for insurance purposes and this will also give everybody water access. Current Seasonal on water front or back site will be required to co-own or share their dock with another seasonal camper nearby them. (No Exceptions) If you refuse, you will lose your Boat Slip Rights.
B. PLACEMENT & SPACING OF DOCKS: So each dock will accommodate two seasonal campers water craft. Dock placement will depend upon the availability of water frontage. This will be left up to the season campers and their new neighbors. Spacing of Docks: all docks are to be 21’ apart (Edge to Edge). No wider than 3 ft. This allows for a 2 boat usage of each co-owned dock with some room left over. So get along with your new neighbors and we will have no problems. All docks are to be straight out from shore with some room (No Exceptions). Channel Sites: Docks are not to exceed 18’ in length. Channel water craft not to exceed 20’ in length.
C. AT END OF SEASON ALL BOATS AND DOCKS are to be out of water and No Trailerized Boats or Golf Carts Stored on Sites. They are your responsibility. For a fee we have field or inside storage available for your water craft.
D. ADVERTISING of your Boat, Trailer or Shed – be sure to have all pertinent information on your ad. Management will not give out your information unless it is an emergency or to law enforcement.
14. Seasonal Site Change Procedure
(New Requirements for Trailers, Awnings, and Decks for Site Change)
A. No existing park model or travel trailer over 320 square feet in set-up mode will be allowed to move to a waterfront site, because of their length and height.
B. Site Change (Awnings): NO form of Permanent Screened-in-Awnings or Tarps can be moved with your trailer for a site change.
C. Site Change (Decks): When moving your deck, it will have to start FLUSH WITH THE GROUND. (NO RAISED DECKS).
D. Depends upon the length of your seniority standing each year will determine on which sites will be available.
E. Each year that you are with us, you may change your site according to your seniority.
F. When you receive your seasonal literature in January for the coming season, make sure you fill out site change, either YES or NO.
G. You will not be considered for a site change if you do not indicate it on the seasonal contract under site change for the coming season.
H. YOU WILL BE CALLED AFTER MARCH 1ST if you have requested a site change. (1) At this time you will be given a choice of sites available if any. (2) YOU ARE REQUIRED TO DECIDE AT THE TIME OF THE CALL if you wish to change sites or not. (3) If YES tell us which site that you desire that is available. (4) Make sure you know which sites you are interested in SO YOU CAN DECIDE AT THE TIME OF YOUR CALL. (5) YOU CANNOT CALL BACK the next day to decide or come up later to look at sites. (6) You must decide at the time of call. (7) We have others to call who want site changes.
P.S. Be Ready For Our Call…
15. Moving Because of Site Change
Your TRAILER MUST BE READY to move as soon as possible before opening of season WHEN YOUR SITE IS AVAILABLE and weather permitting. Check with office for time and WHAT IS REQUIRED of you. (TWO WEEKS PRIOR)
16. No Return or Site Termination
Trailer must be removed Before End of Season or Two weeks prior to opening of Next Season or may be held for fees owed. However, if selling any of your personal property, trailer, shed or deck in the camp, you must have office approval. (See Rule 6.C)
A. CONTRACT TERMINATION FEE: There is a $200.00 Contract Termination Fee if you give up your site after we receive your contract for the year. You are responsible for ALL seasonal fees and late charges for the current season before removing trailer, shed or deck.
B. DOCKS: When giving up your seasonal campsite, your dock must be removed from the camp. (ABSOLUTELY NO RESALE OF DOCKS)
C. WHEN THE SITE IS VACATED: DO NOT put your trash in dumpsters. (Parts of Sheds, Docks, Decks, Awnings etc…)
D. MINIMUM FEE WILL BE CHARGED for Cleaning up of a Vacated Lot. Minimum Fee of $200.00
17. Selling or Moving of Trailer When Camp is Open or Closed
A. WHEN THE CAMP IS OPEN: The new owner can finish out the current season. (They will NOT HAVE ANY SITE SNIORITY). At the end of season, trailer and all personal property has to be removed from the camp. However, decks and sheds may be sold ONLY with Office Approval (See Rule 6.C)
B. WHEN CAMP IS CLOSED: Trailer and all your personal property will have to be removed 2 weeks before Camp opening. (Deck and Shed may be sold with Office Approval Only). (See Rule 6.C)
C. R.V.’s THAT ARE SOLD: R.V.’s that are 10 years and older also any type of park models when sold CANNOT remain in the Camp.
D. Please let us know when you take your Camping Unit out of the Camp for Vacation or Repairs.