Seasonal campsites for the 2024 season to be $ 3,500 annually plus tax.
-This price includes the campsites use from 5/1 through 10/15, with electric, water, and septic (weather permitting).
-Campers may be left on site through the winter leading up to the reserved season but must be closed up and disconnected from all services.
-Electric is included based on normal camping usage, excessive usage will be billed as incurred (example of excessive use would be charging a car, or running multiple a/c units 24/7 with the doors open)
-Wifi and streaming TV Is planned for the campground through a spectrum managed wifi network, but potentially wont be active till late may, further details to follow
-Reservations for campsites are confirmed upon both parties signing the contract and receipt of payment in full.
Campers and Trailers
-Recreational vehicles/trailers to be fifth wheel, bumper pull, destination style, or other nfpa1192 and ansi119.5 approved recreational campers with full bathrooms.
-No! park models, tiny homes, mobile homes, tents, or other non recreational vehicles are allowed to be used as campers on site.
-One camper is allowed per campsite.
-All campers are to be less than 15 years old, if less prior approved by owner at his discretion on a year by year basis. As we know some well kept trailers can maintain a like new appearance for longer.
-Decks and sheds are allowed as long as they meet campground rules as well as zoning/town ordinances.
-All structures are to get appropriate permits and approvals prior, a packet will be available in the office and the owner can walk you through the permits (permits to be approved by county and by owner).
-No ground penetrations are allowed for structures, we recommend using skid frames for sheds and low to the ground decks. As well as deck blocks for elevated decks. This keeps all structures portable as your camper is and removes the risk of hitting a buried utility line.
-Per camp site, 1 shed is allowed and 1 deck (deck may be multiple sections/levels if all connected).
-Decks are not to be larger then 400 sq ft combined as they should be smaller than your camper.
-Decks are not to have roofs or enclosures. These are decks not trailer expansions.
-Sheds are Not to exceed 120 sq ft.
-Sheds are Not to be habitable spaces. Sheds are intended for use as cold storage not bunk rooms.
-Smaller plastic light weight portable sheds/cabinets 12 sq ft or less do not require permits, larger or all wood/metal type sheds do.
-All sheds and decks should be placed in a manner complimenting and associated with your camper. Rule of thumb would be within 10’ of your camper. Example would be a shed should be behind your camper with a walking path in between your camper and shed, not next to your neighbor’s camper 30’ away from your camper.
-You are responsible for any property taxes for sheds, decks, etc. placed on your campsite.
-Up to 2 pets are allowed per campsite, pets must be leashed at all times. And you are responsible for cleaning up behind your pet.
-Shallow electric fences (less than 3” deep) within your campsite boundary in place of a leash is acceptable, but you must discuss and walk the owner through the fence layout for prior approval
-Loud, obnoxious, or threatening pets are not allowed.
-Each campsite has two parking spots for your use, do not park in the road or in other campsites. If additional parking is needed there is an overflow parking lot by the trash dumpsters.
-The over flow parking lot does not require a parking pass during the day, overnight parking of car or trailers does require a parking pass to be displayed. Parking passes can be picked up in the office for nightly or seasonal use and are free to guests.
Vehicles on site
-On site any road worthy vehicle is allowed along with golf carts, atvs, and utvs.
-Golf carts, atvs, and utvs must be kept within your two parking spots.
-These vehicle must have stock exhausts and have valid registration and trail passes.
-All vehicles are to stay on the gravel roads, the hiking trails are not for atv/utv use. There is a utv tail just down the road if you wish to go trail riding.
-We have fishing piers for guest usage and encourage a catch a release mindset.
-There is no public landing on punch lake but kayaks and canoes can be carried in at the fishing piers, the piers and shoreline are not to have boats tied up over night so please take your boat in and out each day.
-There are dumpsters on site for camping garbage, please bag all garbage before placing in dumpsters
-There is also a 55 gallon drum next to the dumpsters for charcoal and ash, do not put charcoal in the dumpster even if you think it is cold as we want to remove any chances of fire.
-There is a fish cleaning table by the dumpsters please wrap and bag any fish guts and place in garbage afterwards, do not throw guts in the woods as we do not want any undesirable animals scavenging around.
-Quiet hours are from 10 pm till 9 am.
-No fire works are allowed on site.
-There is no subleasing allowed within the campground. We are providing the camp site to you for your use for the season. Not for you to sublease out to others.
-If you are a business providing the campsite for your summer worker staff you must add your workers info to the contract each year (see the contract for further detail).
-You are responsible for mowing any grass on your campsite, the campground can do a basic mowing for an additional fee (see contract).
-Your campsite is to be kept in a clean presentable manner at all times. No trash, parts, etc. to be laying around for any extended period of time.
-You may prune small branches as needed on your site as trees will grow and you may need to keep clearance for your trailer. Pruning should be considered 1” dia. or less branches, anything larger needs to be discussed with owner first.
-There is an onsite compost pile for leaves and branches.
All rules are subject to change as they will adjust according to any issues we see.
Other sales/services we are planning to offer on site.
further details to follow or ask the office for specifics.
-camp firewood, processed on site to remove risk of importing foreign wood disease and insects.
-camper winterizing antifreeze materials.
-vending machines with some basic essentials, snacks, and beverages
-deck / shed construction.