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Map & Rules

Map & Rules

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Map & Rules

To ensure the best possible camping experience for friends and family, our campground map and our rules are easily available here on our website and at our office. Please review them both carefully prior to your stay with us! If you have any questions or special requests, contact our office and we’ll be happy to assist you!

Resort Rules

bullet iconSpeed Limit:

Speed Limit is 5MPH in the park at all times.

bullet iconVisitors:

All visitors must register at the store and obtain a visitor’s pass upon arrival.

bullet iconRV Approval:

Seasonal residents RV must be less than 20 years or well-maintained vintage model.

bullet iconPets:

Please keep your pets on a leash and clean after them. They are not to be left unattended on your site at any time. Pets are to be kept quiet. We reserve the right to limit the number of pets in the park. Absolutely no vicious breed of dog or animal. All inoculations are required prior to bringing pets into the park.

bullet iconQuiet Hours:

Quiet Hours are 11pm until 7am. No loud audio devices, noise, or profanity. This is a family campground.

bullet iconConduct:

You are fully responsible for your children’s and guest’s behavior.

bullet iconIllegal Substances:

No illegal drugs are to be used in the park. Immediate eviction will result.

bullet iconWeapons:

No weapons are allowed in the park. BB Guns, Pellet Guns, Paint-ball Guns, Cross Bows, Sling Shots, or any device similar are included in this. Immediate eviction will result.

bullet iconFireworks/Fire Crackers:

Please do not set off fireworks. It will lead to an automatic eviction.

bullet iconElectric Metered Sites:

The sites which have electric meters will be billed monthly, as charged by North Central Electric Coop. to the campground.

bullet iconParking and Cars:

Two cars are allowed to park at each site. Guests are to park in the visitors’ parking lot only. All large trailers and wagons are to be parked in the visitors’ lot.

bullet iconMan-Made Additions:

All site additions are subject to Resort Management approval.

bullet iconStorage Building Construction and Use:

Approval by management is required before building or material delivery. Size is no larger than 8’ by 10’ and only one story. The base must be pressure treated wood. The shed must be a commercial manufactured building metal or T-1-11, no flake board siding. The design must be a barn type or gabled roof, no flat roofs. The base design must be able to be picked up by the bucket of a tractor. Building location must have approval from Management and the building is to be set on flat bricks. Management must approve the means and the methods utilized to place electric in the buildings, prior to installation. Any hookup deemed to be unsafe must be immediately removed. Storage buildings are not to be used as housing. Only one building per site. Concrete patios may be constructed with prior approval from Management. It must be close to the level of the ground. The Resort will not pay for these patios to be built. Patios will remain at no cost if vacating the lot.

bullet iconStorage Building Resale:

No building can be relocated or sold within the RV Resort without prior Management approval. If building is in bad of shape you will be asked to remove from the park within 14-day timeframe.

bullet iconRefrigerators:

Refrigerators are permitted only if placed in a storage shed. If the refrigerator is broken remove it immediately.

bullet iconSewer Hose:

Sewer hoses should have sponge gasket where it enters the hard pipe. Sewer pipes or fittings that are not being used should not be stored under the trailer or on the lot.

bullet iconWater System:

Our water source is from three wells and IS NOT UNLIMITED. We please ask you have a back-flow prevention valve placed between the RV and the camp spigot. The Resort has an EPA-approved system. The water is tested for Total Coli Form Bacteria each business quarter during the year and Nitrate & Nitrite yearly. The water is then filtered to remove the microsediment to decrease sulfur. Results are on file in the office.

bullet iconWater Use:

Seasonal campers are encouraged to wash their RV in May. No car/truck washing. The Management reserves the right to place limits on water usage as necessary. It is recommended that you use a power washer.

bullet iconGarbage:

NO OUTSIDE GARBAGE. Garbage is to be bagged and placed into the dumpster. Only Resort generated garbage is permitted. Do not put the following items in the dumpster: decks, grills, tires, bikes, chairs, mattresses, propane tanks, or junk metal. Take it home or contact Management for assistance. Leaves are to be taken to the brush pile. NO CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL ON BRUSH PILE.

bullet iconCamp Firewood Storage:

Wood is to be stored in a neat orderly fashion off the ground and is not to be stacked over 4’ feet high or against electric post. Please remove wood from purchased pallets within one week.

bullet iconPropane Tanks:

If the RV has a place for propane tanks, then they are to be in the RV and not on the ground. 100 lb. propane tanks are to be secured and are to be rust free. Please keep the number of spare tanks to a minimum and secure them or store them in a locked building.

bullet iconTrees:

Do not put screws, nails, or anything metal into trees. Do not cut or mutilate any tree. If a tree is dead and could be a potential threat, alert Management. Remove clothesline, lights, and cables by Oct. 31st. Firewood cutting in the campground is not permitted at any time.

bullet iconFlyers/Announcements/Notices:

These may not to be posted on trees, posts, or poles. They are to be placed in designated bulletin boards and must be removed the day after the event.

bullet iconCampfires:

All fires must be supervised by an adult. All fires must be in a fire ring. Do not leave a fire burning unattended especially in dry weather, high winds.

bullet iconBicycles:

We suggest that all riders wear bike helmets. Bikes should be put in bike racks where provided. Bicycles must be back on the campsite by 11pm. Bicycles are only permitted on campground roads and not on hiking paths. Riders have to follow the 5 MPH speed limit. Stay 30 feet behind all vehicles including maintenance equipment or hayrides.

bullet iconGolf Carts:

You must have a valid driver’s license to operate a golf cart. No one under the age of 18 can drive past 11pm. Overloading carts is not permitted. The lot # must be displayed on the golf cart. To operate the cart at night you must have both front and rear lights operating. Quad Runners/Four Wheelers/UTVs/Dirt Bikes are not permitted to be driven in the park.

bullet iconBasketball Court:

No vehicles are to be driven on the court at any time.

bullet iconFishing:

CATCH AND RELEASE ONLY. No taking frogs from the ponds.

bullet iconBoats:

Canoes and inflatable rafts may be kept on the campsites during the season. Boats, pontoons, and trailers are not to be stored on lots.

bullet iconTow Away Zone:

Walnut Grove is a designated as a tow away zone O.R.C.3729.13, unauthorized vehicles will be towed away at the owner’s expense. Signage is posted at the entrance. To retrieve vehicle contact Management.