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Winter Camping Article

  1. If a Frost Proof Hydrant that a Guest is found using freezes or breaks due to cold weather coupled with the Guest’s inexperience with Winter Camping; that Guest will responsible for paying for the total repair costs of that broken hydrant. Do not destroy our property or ruin our equipment.

  2. Continuing with Frost Proof Hydrants, Guests are 100% responsible for buying, putting on, & maintaining Heat Tape around their Water Hose, all the way from our Water Faucets, to their RV’s connection port.

    • It’s also the Guest’s responsibility to see that it continues to work all Winter long! Do not destroy our property or ruin our equipment.

      • Furthermore, Guests may also instead use other modern solutions available to them to prevent the freezing of their Water Hose while Winter RV Camping.

        • So long as the solution has a reliable success rate & will not damage our equipment.

  3. RV Skirting is highly recommended. White Oak is located on top of a small mountain, with sheer cold rolling windings in the Winter. Camping here in the Winter truly is life on Hard Mode, so come experienced, and come prepared. Do not come expecting white glove service. You will be on your own surviving. We will not be held responsible for your lack of expertise. We recommend first educating yourself by watching numerous online videos on How To Winter RV Camp before attempting to do so.

    • RV Skirting around any RV must actually fit the RV.

      • Loose or sloppy RV Skirting will result in an eviction notice.

    • RV Skirting may not be foam board.

      • Foam boards, however, may be placed behind an approved RV Skirting.

  4. The Guest accepts that maintenance only plows the fallen snow in & around the sites, which are open during the Off-Season. Driving or traversing in any manner to remote areas of the Campground which are not plowed in the Winter is an assumed risk by the Guest, & Park Management will not be responsible for injury or liability.

Sites Capable Of Winter Camping (With Winter Water)

Winter Camping Required Equipment

Depending on the Site Number you are on for Winter Camping, you may need either a 25 Foot Water Hose to reach the Ground Crock, or a 50 Foot Water Hose to reach the Ground Crock.

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