Saturday, June 24, 2017
Cedar Valley Campground Regulations

REGULATIONS

We welcome you to Cedar Valley Campground. In order to make your stay and the stay of other campers a happy experience,  we ask you to observe the following good camping neighbor practices.  If you see anyone abusing these rules, please come and talk to us about any complaints and/or concerns.

 

  • ALCOHOL:   Responsible consumption of alcohol is permitted.  Excessive drinking, underage drinking, intoxication, or drug use will NOT be tolerated, and are grounds for immediate eviction without a refund.
  • BIKES:  Bicycles must be ridden in a safe and responsible manner at all times.  Bikes cannot be ridden after dark.  Helmets are recommended for everyone.  No riding or parking bicycles on sidewalks or cutting through campsites.  Use of ATVs, Skateboards, Longboards, Rollerblades, Roller-Skates, Mini-Bikes, Rip-Sticks, Electric Cars and Motorized Scooters or any devices that our staff may feel to be a danger ARE NOT ALLOWED.  Motorcycles and Mopeds are allowed only to and from your site.
  • CAMP FIRES:  Fires must be attended at all times.  Please maintain fires at a safe level and use established fire pits only.  All campfires must be out by 2 A.M.  NO burning trash, bottles, cans, wood with nails, etc.  NO cutting of trees, peeling of bark, wood gathering, removal or pulling out of any seedlings or ferns on property or any adjoining property.  Do not tie, hang, nail or fasten any objects to and  from trees.
  • CHECK-IN / CHECK-OUT:  Check-in time begins at 2:00 P.M.  / Check-out time by 12:00 Noon.  Additional charges will apply for early arrivals or late departures.  To extend your stay, please check in the office by 10 A.M. for site availability.
  • CHILDREN:  Parents are responsible for the whereabouts, actions and safety of their children and may not leave them unsupervised.  All children and teenagers under 21 must be back at their camp site or with their parents by 10:00 P.M.  Children under the age of 10 must be accompanied by an adult in the bathrooms and game room.
  • CLOTHES LINESWe understand the need to dry clothes, so if you must hang a clothesline, please be certain that you only tie to the trees and remember to remove it when you leave. 
  • DISPOSAL OF WASTE WATER:  State Law prohibits dumping of sewage tanks or gray water tanks (dish/shower water) anywhere on the ground surface except at the designated dump stations.  Violators will NOT be allowed to stay.
  • EMERGENCY:  If there is an emergency, CALL 911 FIRST, then alert a staff member.  There is a first aid kit located in the office.  For after-hours emergencies, CALL 911 FIRST, then call the emergency number on the front door of the office.
  • EVICTION:  As a registered camper or guest, you acknowledge the acceptance of these Rules & Policies.  Any Cedar Valley camper or guest found not obeying these Rules & Policies, causing dissension, or displaying any action or conduct we deem unsuitable will be asked to leave without warning and without a refund of any and all payments.
  • FIREWOOD NOTICE:  To preserve you enjoyment of the trees in our campground, NO outside firewood may be brought into Cedar Valley Campground.   No chopping, sawing or collecting down trees for firewood.  We have adequate, safe, firewood available for purchase at the campground office.  This will help prevent the spread of tree diseases such as the Emerald Ash Borer. 
  • GAME ROOM:  Hours of game room will be from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.  See office hours for during week.  No pets, no smoking or alcoholic beverages in the game room.
  • GARBAGE / RECYCLINGDumpsters are for camping garbage only Campers are responsible for placing their garbage and non-recyclables (glass, plastic and metal cans) in the green dumpsters located on your right as you are leaving the campground.  Please do not use for disposal of appliances, mattresses, metal, furniture, lawn chairs, bikes, or any large items.  If you have any questions regarding acceptability, please contact the office.  Any individual found disposing of such items and leaving a messy site will be charged a fee.   Please keep aluminum cans separate and dispose in can cage near dumpsters Please be responsible for your own litter including cigarette butts and please  leave your campsite as clean or cleaner than you found it. 
  • NO sprinklers, swimming pools or washing of any vehicles on weekends.
  • PETS:  Limit of 2 pets per site. Pets must be on a short leash at all times.  Pet owners are responsible for proper removal and disposal of their pets waste.  If you fail to pick up after your pet, you will be subject to a $25.00 fine.  Doggie Doo bags are available for your use throughout the campground.  Waste should be disposed of in the dumpsters or trash receptacles.  Pets are not allowed in any building or in the pool or playground areas.  Please have proper tags for your pet and current vaccination papers.  Pets should never be left unattended inside or outside of your camping unit.  If you pet likes to bark freely, it may not enjoy our campground.  Pets creating a disturbance or being a nuisance will not be tolerated.  You will be asked to leave the campground without a refund.  Service dogs are welcome and must comply with all campground rules.  We encourage all pet owners to call in advance to inquire about any specific rules that might apply to their situation.  NO Pit Bulls, Rottweilers, Dobermans, German Shepherds or vicious breeds allowed.  Visitors are not permitted to bring pets into the campground.
  • PICNIC TABLESOne picnic table is provided for each campsite.  Do not take picnic tables from other camp sites.
  • PLAYGROUND:  Use playgrounds at own risk.  Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult.  No pets, no smoking, no glass or alcoholic beverages in playground areas.  Proper footwear is required.  Improper use of equipment is prohibited.  Playground hours from 8 A.M. to dusk. 
  • POOL All swimming at the campground is at your own risk.  There is NO lifeguard on duty.  Only registered campers and guests are allowed in the pool.  Children 14 and younger must be accompanied by an adult at the pool.  Proper swim attire must be worn -- no cut offs, no diapers allowed in pool--toddlers in diapers must wear swim pants (available in the camp store for a nominal fee).  Pool rules are posted at the pool.  Failure to comply with these rules will result in loss of swimming pool privileges.  No diving, running or flips.  No large flotation devices.   NO food, NO glass containers, NO pets, NO smoking allowed in pool enclosurePool will close if threatening or inclement weather is approaching or present.   Pool is heated and opens Memorial Weekend thru Labor Day weather permitting.
  • NO SMOKING:  Smoking of any kind, including electronic cigarettes and "vaping" is absolutely prohibited in all campground buildings, and within the pool or playground areas.  Please do not throw cigarette butts on the ground.  Please extinguish and dispose of them properly.  The legal age to smoke tobacco in Wisconsin is 18.
  • QUIET HOURSQuiet time is 11 P.M. to 8 A.M  Radios and TVs out-of-doors must be off at 11 P.M.  Loud radios or excessive noise at anytime of the day or night  is not allowed.  After 11 P.M. your neighbors should not be able to hear your activities.  Violators of this rule may be asked to leave immediately with no refunds.
  • REGISTRATION:  Campers must register at the office upon arrival.  You must be 21 years of age or older with a valid driver's license to make a reservation and to camp.  Car passes must be displayed in vehicle window at all times.  No trespassing on properties surrounding Cedar Valley Campground.
  • RESTROOMS, SHOWERS and LAUNDROMAT:  Restrooms and Laundromat are available for your use 24 hours per day except for cleaning.  An adult must accompany children under 10 years of age to showers and restrooms.  Laundering and dish washing is prohibited in the bathrooms.  Please do not leave clothes unattended in the machines at laundromat.  Please help keep these facilities clean. 
  • SPEED LIMIT5 MPH speed limit is strictly enforced for the safety of children and others.
  • SPLASH PAD:  Splash Pad is unsupervised.  Use at your own risk.  An adult must accompany children 12 and under.  No child is to be left unattended at the splash pad.  No running, horseplay or profane language.  Individuals engaging in unsafe or disruptive behavior will be asked to leave the splash pad area.  The splash pad uses treated, recirculated water.  PLEASE DO NOT DRINK THE WATER SPRAYING FROM THE SPLASH PAD.  A drinking fountain is provided at the restroom building for your use.  Infants and toddlers must wear a swim diaper.  Food or drinks are not permitted.  NO alcohol, smoking, glass, wheeled vehicles, skateboard or roller blades in the splash pad play area (except strollers, walkers, or wheelchairs).  Proper attire must be worn at all times.  Street shoes are prohibited.  Sandals, flip-flops, or appropriate deck wear is recommended.  For your safety, do not hang, swim, climb on the splash pad equipment.  In case of thunderstorm, lightning or severe weather of any kind, vacate splash pad play area immediately.  Pets, toys, water balloons, beach balls, pool noodles, cups, buckets or shampoo are not allowed.
  • SOLICITING:  You are not permitted to sell goods/services or distribute information or marketing materials while at Cedar Valley Campground.
  • VISITORS:  All visitors to any camp site must register in office and obtain a vehicle pass before entering the campground regardless of how long they are staying.  A visitor is any person (s) entering the property whose name does not appear on the initial registration form as the "registered camper".   All visitors must park in the front parking lot and abide by all campground rules.   Please advise your visitors prior to arrival, there is a fee for use of the facilities.  Visiting hours are 9 A.M. to  8 P.M.  Visitors must leave by 8 P.M. unless registered as an overnight guest.  Persons not registered are considered trespassing and will be asked to leave.   No pets allowed for visitors.
  • WEAPONS/FIREWORKS:   NO firearms, weapons/fireworks of any kind are permitted in the campground.  This includes BB guns, pellet guns, bows and arrows, slingshots and any type of firearms or explosives.  Cedar Valley Campground prohibits the use of any unnamed aerial vehicles (UAV), also known as a drone, for any purpose whatsoever on Cedar Valley Campground property and may remove anyone using a UAV and/or confiscate the UAV.  Metal detectors are not allowed.

The rules of Cedar Valley Campground have been designed for your safety and comfort. Please read and obey all rules and posted signs. This property is  privately owned. The camper accepts camping privileges with the understanding that he does hereby release the Campground and its officers and employees of all liability for loss or damage to property and injury to his person arising out of his use of  its camping  facilities.  Furthermore, he agrees to indemnify the Campground, its officers and employees, against claims resulting from loss or damage to property, or injury to persons of any member of the family or guest of the registered camper arising out of the use of its camping facilities.  Failure to comply with posted rules and regulation may result in termination of your camp stay with us without a refund.  Entrance to the campground property constitutes permission for the management of Cedar Valley to photograph anyone while on the premises and to use any resulting picture for any lawful purpose without compensation to the individual.

 

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