Rules and Regulations

Campsites:

All trailers must carry full insurance; owner is liable for damage to park, other trailers, buildings, etc. Each campsite limited to one tent or trailer and vehicle and must be parked on own site. All sites must be kept in a neat and sanitary state. No ATV’s, unlicensed vehicles, golf carts, mopeds, electric scooters or electric skateboards are allowed in the park. The parties acknowledge that they are to drive slowly and not cross over other sites. Parents or guardians are responsible for the behaviour, safety and pay for any damage caused by their children or guests. Due to restricted water supply, no washing of the trailers or vehicle in park (seasonals may wash trailer early in spring when park is not busy). Check out time is noon unless prior arrangements have been made. Alcoholic beverages must remain on campsite; not allowed in public areas or while walking around park. Under age drinking or drug use will be reported to the police and offenders will be banned from the park. Also electric scooters are only permitted if approved by management.

Pool:

The parties acknowledge and agree there is no lifeguard on duty. Persons under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult. No one is permitted to swim alone in the pool. The pool is open from 10am to 9pm 7 days a week from June 15th until September 15th. Adult swim for 19+ guests are every day from 1pm to 2pm and 6pm to 7pm. No kids are permitted at the pool during these hours. Additional rules are posted in the swim areas. No running or diving or toys allowed in pool.

Quiet Hours:

Respect your neighbours. Reasonable quiet must be maintained at all times. Quiet hours are from 11:30 p.m. to 8:00 a.m. No music or radios allowed at this time and must be kept low at all times. Playground must be vacated at dusk. Children must not wander around park after dark.

Lighthouse:

Shutdown time is 11:30 p.m. Music must be shut off by 11:30. Children are allowed in lighthouse when accompanied by an adult. No alcohol permitted in lighthouse.

Maintenance/Lawn Care:

The campground will now be mowing and whipper snipping all seasonal lots which is included in seasonal lot rent.

Miscellaneous:

Landlord/campground management and employees are not responsible for accidents, lost or stolen articles on premises. Boats at dock only if using daily, otherwise boats must be moored in lake or stored on trailers where advised by campground management. Boats may only br moored in the lake if tenant(s) has paid for their dock. Dock are only permitted for seasonal camper & are not permitted for guest(s) .Fireworks are not permitted on campground but may be used at lake away from boats or in ball field before 11:30 p.m. at management’s sole discretion. If New Brunswick Government adds any cost per site now or in the future, the Tenant will be responsible for these additional costs payable to the Provincial Government or the Landlord.

Visitors:

Overnight visitors must pay a $7.00 guest fee per night. Day visitors must pay $5.00 if using pool. The Tenants are responsible for collecting fees from their guests and turning into the office. Each camper is responsible for the behaviour of their guests and sees that they leave by 11:30 p.m

Pets:

All pets small or large must be on a leash no longer than ten (10) feet (3.5m) at all times and are not allowed in washrooms, showers or pool area. Owners must clean up after their pets. Owners agree not to tie pets to trees as chains and ropes damage bark causing the eventual death of the tree. Pets must be kept quiet at all times and not be a nuisance to adjacent lot tenants.

Fires:

Fires are permitted in fire pits only, attended and kept to a reasonable size. Please do not move existing fire pits. Due to the regulations set by CFIA for the prevention of the spread of specific insects that damages the forest. Campers may only bring wood from the province of NB and must be approved by management.

Docks:

The docks and how they are installed and maintained are the responsibility of the lot holder but need to be approved by Cambridge-Narrows Campground management. There will be no liability to the Landlord for any injuries or any accidents that may happen on or around the docks by any Tenants and/or their guests.

Site Improvements (such as wooden decks and small storage sheds, gardens, etc.) are only permitted with the express consent of management and are solely at the expense of the Tenant. Should the Tenant vacate the premises, the site improvements must be removed at the Tenant’s expense.

Landlord and its employees are not responsible for damage, vandalism or theft of guests, tenants’ recreational vehicles or other personal possessions.

This property is privately owned. The Tenant accepts camping privileges with the understanding that he or she does hereby release the Landlord, its owners and employees, of all liability for loss or damage to property and injury to his or her person arising out of his or her use of the camping facilities and agrees to indemnify the Landlord and its employees against claims resulting from loss or damage to property or injury to the person of any member of the family or guest of the Tenant arising out of the use of its camping facilities.

The lot rent includes the following services: water, other than for drinking water, sewer services, garbage disposal at the dumpster, road maintenance to the site and other park amenities.

All rules and regulations of the Landlord are subject to change without notice by the Landlord. The Landlord reserves the right to inspect all sites. Any Tenant in violation of the Rules and Regulations will forfeit their Lease and all monies paid and will be required to leave the site within ten (10) days of notification of termination of Lease.