Campground Rules

Want to know what will be expected of you (and what you can expect as our guest)? Check out our list of Reminders of what it means to be a "Courteous Camper."

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Courteous Camping Reminders:

You are responsible for the explanation of rules to your party.  Violation of the rules may lead to removal from the campground without refund.

  • Speed limit throughout the campground is 5 mph.  Please slow down and watch for children and pets. Only licensed drivers may operate motor vehicles.  Dirt bikes, ATV’s and golf carts are not permitted.

  • Children Safety: Parents are responsible for the safety and actions of their children. For the safety of our younger guests, we encourage parents to accompany children when using campground  facilities. 

  • Pets: Well-behaved pets are welcome. Pets must be leashed or in an enclosure, and must be supervised at all times. Pet waste must be bagged and placed in waste receptacles.  Be courteous to other campers by not allowing excessive barking or leaving your dog unattended outside of your camping unit.

  • Quiet hours are from 11pm until 8am.  Everyone under the age of 18 must be on their site by 9pm unless under adult supervision. 

  • Be respectful of your neighbors by being considerate of noise levels and not walking through other guests’ sites.

  • Check-in time is 1pm. Check-out time is at 11am. Later checkout may be available upon request at no additional cost - please check with the office.

  • Maximum number of people per site: Each campsite is limited to 2 adults and their dependent children, OR a maximum of 4 adults.

  • One vehicle per site: Each campsite is limited to 1 vehicle plus your camper unit.  Additional parking is available across the road from the entrance.  Vehicles at campsites must display a valid vehicle pass from the rear view mirror.

  • Visitor policy:  All visitors must check in at the office. Day guest fee is $5.

  • Trash: For our nightly guests, bagged trash may be left at the end of your campsite by 10am for pickup or placed in dumpsters located by the dump station.  

  • Alcoholic beverages must remain at your campsite.

  • Pool: The pool and water activities are open for use during times specified in the daily schedule of activities, and are closed otherwise.  Staff may close the activity due to inclement weather or other reasons.  Guests are expected to follow all posted pool rules and staff instructions regarding pool safety.  A lifeguard or other responsible person does not supervise the swimming facilities at Tohickon Family Campground.  In place of an on-site supervisor, this facility has established as series of safeguards to be followed by all guests.  Your participation in any water activity is done at your own risk.  Rescue equipment is at the pool side.  If you notice any problem with the water quality or absence of water rescue equipment, please notify the office at once.  NEVER SWIM ALONE.  A minimum of two adults, 18 years or older, must be present whenever the swimming facility is in use.  THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR ADEQUATE SUPERVISION.  A parent or guardian must accompany children under 14 years of age.  DIVING IS NOT PERMITTED.  Do not drink alcoholic beverages and swim or participate in water sports.

  • Bounce House/Water Slide/Inflatable Activities:  The inflatable activities are open for use during times specified in the daily schedule of activities, and are closed otherwise.  Staff may close the activity due to inclement weather or other reasons.  Guests are expected to follow all posted rules and staff instructions regarding use and safety of the activity.  Participants using the inflatable activities acknowledge that play on such activities entails both known and unknown risks including BUT NOT LIMITED TO physical injury from falling, slipping, crashing or colliding, emotional injury, paralysis, distress, damage or death to any participant.  Parents are responsible for supervising their children while using the activity.  An adult, 18 years or older, must be present whenever an inflatable is in use.  No smoking or open flames of any kind near the inflatable.  No food, drink, candy or chewing gum while using the activity.  Shoes, glasses, jewelry and any hard or sharp objects must be removed and pockets must be emptied before entering the activity.  Only 1 participant may go down the slide at a time.  A maximum of 6 participants may be in the bounce house at a time.  Climbing, hanging or sitting on the walls inside the inflatable or ANYWHERE on the outside of the inflatable is prohibited.  Pushing, colliding, fighting or behaving in a manner likely to injure or cause distress is prohibited.  No pets on the inflatable at any time.  No one is permitted in/on the inflatable during inflation or deflation – this is extremely dangerous.  In the event that the blower stops working, all participants must exit the inflatable immediately and calmly and notify the office immediately.  The activity remains closed until re-opened by a staff member.

  • Trees: In order to preserve the natural setting of the campground, cutting trees and placing nails or screws into trees are not permitted.

  • Campfires are permitted within the provided campfire ring and campfire flames must not be more than 3 feet high.

  • Open-carry firearms are not allowed in public view within the campground.  Please leave any firearms in your vehicle.  Any use of firearms or fireworks in the campground is prohibited.

Our property is privately owned and operated.  We reserve the right to refuse admittance to anyone.  We will not be responsible for accidents, injuries, and/or acts of nature leading to injury or death to our guests, or for loss of money or valuables of any kind.  We will not grant refunds of any kind (cash, credit, etc.).  If assistance is asked of any staff member with camping units, equipment or vehicles, we will not be held liable for any damages that occur.

Cancellation/Refund policy

 

Payment in full is required at the  time of reservation.  Cancellations made 15 or more days prior to the start of the reservation will receive a full refund less a $10 processing fee.  Cancellations made 8 to 14 days prior to the start of the reservation will receive a 50% refund.  No refund is available for reservations cancelled less than 8 days prior to the start of the reservation.  For Holiday and Halloween Weekends, cancellations must be made at least 15 days prior to the start of the reservation, and will receive a full refund less a $10 processing fee.  No refund is available for reservations on Holiday and Halloween Weekends cancelled less than 15 days prior to the start of the reservation.  We do not offer refunds due to inclement weather.  For Monthly Reservations, cancellations must be made at least 30 days prior to the start of the reservation to receive a full refund less a $10 processing fee.  Monthly reservations cancelled less than 30 days in advance will receive a 75% refund.

Title 48 Lodging and Housing Guidelines:

A campground owner shall have the right to refuse or deny accommodations, facilities or privileges of a lodging establishment to any of the following:

  1. A person who is unwilling to unable to pay for the accommodations and services of the lodging establishment.  The campground owner shall have the right to require that prospective guests demonstrate their ability to pay by cash, a valid credit card or a certified or cashier's check.

  2. A person who is disorderly.

  3. A person who the campground owner reasonably believes is seeking accommodations for an unlawful purpose, including the unlawful possession or use of a controlled substance by the person or the use of the premises for the consumption of alcoholic beverages by any person under 21 years of age.

  4. A person who the campground owner reasonably believes is bringing into the lodging establishment property which may be dangerous to other persons, including explosives or illegal firearms.

  5. A person who exceeds the maximum number of personas allowed to occupy a particular lodging accommodation in the lodging establishment, as posted by the lodging establishment.

Civil Liability for Refusal: A campground owner refusing or denying accommodations, facilities or privileges of a lodging establishment for any of the reasons specified shall not be liable in a civil action or for a fine or penalty based on the refusal or denial.

Restitution and Damages Permitted: In addition to any penalties provided under any other statute, a court may order a person to do all the following:

  1. Pay restitution for any damages suffered by the campground owner of the lodging establishment, including the lodging establishment's loss of revenue resulting from the lodging establishment's inability to rent or lease the accommodations during the period of them that the lodging establishment is being repaired.

  2. Pay damages or restitution to a person or his property that is inured.

  3. The parents or guardians of a minor shall be liable for the acts of the minor which cause damages to the lodging establishment room or furnishings or cause injury to persons or property.

Guest Register Requirements: Every guest shall register.  A registering guest may be required by the campground owner to produce a valid driver's license or other identification, satisfactory to the campground owner.

Right to Eject from Premises: A campground owner may immediately eject a person from the lodging establishment premises for violating this chapter.

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