As a reminder per our RV & Vehicle Policy:
All RVs which are not Motorhomes staying at our property MUST be towed in by the Reservation’s Primary Occupant(the Person whose name the Reservation is under); Meaning, in regards to both cases, the Primary Occupant MUST:
#1: Own their own Tow Vehicle (if they have a non-Motorhome RV), AND
#2: Know how to operate the said Tow Vehicle.
In other words: All RVs which are not Motorhomes staying at our property may NOT, under any circumstance; be towed in via a ‘commercialized’ third-party towing service. AND ipso facto, all RVs which are not Motorhomes MAY ONLY be Towed-In by a Tow Vehicle that is 100%(without any exceptions) owned-and-operated by the overnight Guest.
If you are interested in becoming a Seasonal at our Park, please first understand our difference between a Monthly and a Seasonal.
What's the difference between a Seasonal & a Monthly?
What are the situational benefits & restrictions of a Seasonal?
The Seasonal Rate is just the Monthly Rate multiplied by 6. The Seasonal billing cycle goes for 12-Months at a time, compared to the Monthly which only goes for 1-Month at a time.
So for a Seasonal, what’s really your other 6-Months out of the year(that is not your In-Season Months), we let you keep your RV on your campsite for ‘free’ for RV Storage purposes.
Those other 6-Months which are not the In-Season months are considered the Off-Season months, where your campsite will not have Water anyways, and you’re forbidden from occupying your site during this time.
So the Seasonal Reservation for half of the Year acts as a purely ‘free’ RV Storage solution.
This is because the ‘value’ of the Seasonal Rate in terms of its 12-Month billing cycle, is considered 100% in the months of May through October, and 0% value considered in the months of November through April.
What classifies as ‘In-Season’ for Seasonals & what classifies as ‘Off-Season’ for Seasonals?
Seasonals may leave their RVs on their campsite full-time (12-Months out of the year).
However, Seasonals may not under any circumstance occupy their RVs during the Off-Season.
These Reservations are NOT intended for permanent living. Water will be turned off during the Winter. You should stay as a Monthly if you want to be doing Winter Camping.
The reason for this is: that although there will be active electricity & sewer on your site, the water will be fully switched off for all Seasonal sites in the Winter, making inhabitation nearly impossible.
If you were to empty your black water tank while the water was switched off in the Winter, the solid waste remnants could not fully be washed down our sewer pipes due to the lack of flowing water, potentially causing severe pipe clogging in underground pipes.
A Monthly when compared to a Seasonal, is not restricted by any ‘time periods’ when occupying their RV.
Seasonal Reservation billing cycles go for 1-Year at a time; where the Anniversary Date is the renewal date every year when the next billing cycle will take place.
How do I book a New Seasonal Reservation?
All New Seasonal Reservations must first start off by booking Monthly.
Seasonal Reservations are NOT capable of being booked Online, Over-The-Phone, or in the Camp Store.
They are strictly Monthy Reservations that have been 'grandfathered-in' through a manual process.
If you want to be a Seasonal, you need to begin the journey to become one by first booking a Monthly Reservation Online, Over-The-Phone, or in the Camp Store.
Once a Monthly wishes to roll over into Seasonal status, their Monthly Reservation will be updated, and they will be given a brand new status as a New Seasonal Reservation.
What qualifications do I need in order to roll my Monthly Reservation into a New Seasonal Reservation?
Depending on availability, you may be able to stay on your current Site Number once you roll into Seasonal status.
Why do I need to waste my money as a Monthly for 2 months when I know I just want to be Seasonal right now?
If a Guest has any future Reservations booked with us once they roll over into Seasonal status, all their Payments on those Reservations may also be transferred over to their new Seasonal Rate.
ESCS Early Departure/Full Final Month Safeguard Security Deposit(Mandatory) from a Monthly Reservation may be applied to the Guest’s new Seasonal Rate. Or also just Refunded back to the Guest.
A Final Site Metered Electric Charge Security Deposit(Mandatory) is collected with every New Seasonal.
Seasonal Pricing Breakdown:
#1: Seasonal Rate by either PIF or FMFLFP (Can be found on the Rates Page of our Website)
#2: Final Site Metered Electric Charge Security Deposit(Mandatory)
#3: Site Deck Removal Security Deposit(Mandatory w/ All Site Decks Only)
#4: Site Metered Electric Charges every Month
How Are Seasonal Reservations Paid?
How Are Seasonal Reservations Renewed?
What About Electric Meter Readings & Charges?
MONTHLY/SZNL Reservations, you will receive a billed Site Metered Electric Charge to your Guest Portal payable by its Due Date. With this Charge you will get an Email Notification of the Charge being posted. WE DO NOT OFFER AN AUTOMATIC PAYMENT SERVICE FOR ELECTRIC METER READINGS. The best way for you to pay your Site Metered Electric is manually yourself on our Online Guest Portal once receiving the Charge Notification Email.
Your Anniversary Date Of Arrival is the specific day of the Month (numerical) that you first had your Reservation arrive on. For example, a Reservation with an Arrival Date of May 15th, 2022, would have its Anniversary Date Of Arrival every month on the 15th. June 15th, July 15th, August 15th, etc… for an indefinite amount of time until their Reservation would depart.
The ‘cycles’ for billed Site Metered Electric are for the time periods between each Anniversary Date Of Arrival that you are checked into the Park.
A final Site Metered Electric Charge is also issued on your Departure Date for whatever time period surpassed from that Departure Date to your last Anniversary Date Of Arrival.
Late Payment Fees are charged to the Guest if Charges go Overdue for more than 2 days. Guests should update their On-File outdated or expired Credit Card information themselves by using the Online Guest Portal.
With all of this said, you will need to manually submit your Payment for your Site Metered Electric Charge yourself every month. Charge Notifications that the Charge has been posted to your Guest Portal are sent via Email once your Meter Reading is in. Payments can be made using the Online Guest Portal, or inside the Camp Store during business hours.
The Rate for Site Metered Electric is $0.1169(11.69¢)/ per kilowatt hour. Not having been increased at all from our provider billing.
Reminder that Seasonal Reservations are classified a type of Monthly Reservation & as such, they are billed Site Metered Electric.
We reserve the right to evict anyone; without a Refund.
It is the responsibility of the Guest to keep their site(s) neat, clean, & free of debris.
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.
Spring clean-up is expected to be completed annually by June 1st. Areas around the bases of trees must be free of sod, mulch, leaves & stones to ensure the health of the trees.
Guests must keep all firewood hidden from view with no more than ¼ cords per site.
Privacy areas between sites must be kept in a natural state with absolutely no storage space used there of any kind.
A maximum of 6 lawn ornaments per site is permitted.
Guests must notify Management & get approval before building or erecting anything on their site.
Guests are not allowed to attend local area brick & mortar schools (K-12).
Guests are not allowed to have their mail forwarded to our PO Box or business address.
The maximum capacity allowed for Propane Tanks is 100 lbs.
Outdoor Storage Boxes are allowed, so long as their size does not exceed the dimensions of: 60 Inches Long x 32 Inches Wide x 32 Inches Height. (See Website For Picture Examples)
The only constructive material permitted for these Outdoor Storage Boxes is plastic, a colored decorative textured plastic is ideal, but Rubbermaid is also acceptable. Definitely, nothing else is permitted, especially any kind of metal.
Maximum amount of all combined Equipment Allowed per 1 campsite:
1 Vehicle not the RV
1 Screen Tent/Screen Room/Easy-Up or Regular Tent
1 Outdoor Storage Box (See our Monthly or Seasonal RV Site Reservations Article for more information)
1 Outdoor Table
6 Outdoor Chairs
6 Lawn Ornaments
1 Fire Ring (Campground Provided Only)
1 Picnic Table (Campground Provided Only)