Campground Rules

At Holiday Harbour we are committed to the safety and security of all our guests, visitors and staff. We understand that vacationing should be fun and carefree, but we ask everyone to follow a few basic rules of courtesy and good judgment to ensure everyone has a memorable stay.

 REGULAR SEASON: Is from the first full weekend in May until the Sunday following Thanksgiving during which services are available, weather permitting. Holiday Harbour undertakes to maintain services at all times during this period but is not responsible for any damages resulting from interruption of services.

RESPECT: Any verbal or physical abuse of park staff will not be tolerated and will result in the offender being removed from the park.

SITES: Are designed for recreational use of one family unit and for one trailer. Supplementary accommodations, such as tents, are not allowed, unless approved by Holiday Harbour. Each site is equipped with one picnic table, one fire ring, and parking for one vehicle.

GARBAGE: Only household waste generated at the campground is acceptable for waste disposal. B.B.Q.'s batteries, tires, furniture and other large articles are not accepted.

SPEED LIMIT: (Cars, motorcycles, bicycles, etc.) The speed limit is 10 km/hr maximum; the slower the better, let's keep our kids safe. There is zero tolerance for any speeders! Any loud vehicle cannot be operated during quiet hours.

MOTORCYCLES: Motorcycles if owned by the site resident are allowed for the purpose of reaching your site by the most direct route, but you are not allowed to cruise through the park with them. Visitors with motorcycles, as with all visitors, must check at the office and thir bikes must remain in the parking area. When possible, coast into the park especially after dark.

GOLF CARTS: The only golf carts will be those owned and operated by management.

CAMPFIRES: Shall be burned in the supplies fire ring only, shall not be of a size greater than the fire ring so as to pose any risk, and must not be left unattended while burning at any time. Failure to comply with this regulation will mean the loss of the privilege to have a fire on your site. Firewood should be neatly stored. Cutting down of trees is not allowed. Management may curtail fires during dry periods for safety reasons. No firewood allowed from certain designated areas dure to insects & plant diseases that may spread to Ontario's forests.

PETS: Pets must be on a leash, quiet, and cleaned up after at all times in accordance with the Dog Owner's Liability Act DOLA. There is a two (2) pet limit per site in our Parks. Pit bulls, Rottweilers, and any other aggressive breeds of dog are not allowed in the park. Pets are not allowed on the beach, playground, washroom, or in any park building.

CLOTHESLINES: Are not permitted. Use of fold out clothes dryers could be an alternative. Nothing hanging on trees.

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES: Discreet and responsible use is allowed on campsites. Use of alcohol in all other areas such as beach, horseshoe pits, playgrounds, roadways, store, pool, and recreation hall is contrary to Provincial Law and Holiday Harbour.

QUIET TIME: Shall be observed from 11 pm to 9 am daily. At all times Occupants are expected to consider their neighbour's and management's sensitivities, consistent with our quiet family camping concept. All noise emitting devices must be turned off by 11:00 pm.

CHILDREN: Their conduct and safety is the total responsibility of their parents/guardians. All children are to be on thier campsite by 10:00 pm. No riding of bicycles after dark. Children under the age of 11 should be under adult supervision at all times. CFSA Section 79(3) actually states "No person having charge of a child less than 16 yrs. of age shall leave the child without making privision for his or her supervision and care that is reasonable in the circumstances." Children under 12 must be supervised by an adult (over 19) when at the beach. Rules enforced outside the park are also in effect within the park, such as helmets for bike riders.

ENVIRONMENT: The harming, cutting or removal of trees, plants, earth, or park wildllife is not acceptable. Rocks, stones, and wood are not to be moved or removed.

VISITORS: All visitors will be required to register at the office before being admitted into the park. There is a daily & nightly fee for visitors; there is a seasonal pass available, which allows a maximum of 2 adults and thier immediate children. They are allowed to stay overnight only if suitable accomodated in Occupant's trailer. Day visitors must leave by 11 pm. Occupants are responsible for the conduct and actions of their visitors.

THE OCCUPIER of a site shall exercise such care as is reasonable in the maintance of the site during their occupancy to see that persons entering onto the site and property brought on the site by those persons are reasonable safe while on the site and shall save Holiday Harbour harmless from any claims as a result of the failure of the OCCUPANT to do so.

A WAIVER of any one or more of the terms or conditions herein contained must be obtained in writing and shall not be deemed to be a waiver of any of the other terms and conditions of this License, other than those specifically waived. In no event shall any waiver be deemed to be a continuing waimer.

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