Campground Rules

CAMPGROUND RULES

· Camping is for IWLA members in good standing, and their immediate families and friends that are camping with an IWLA member in good standing. An IWLA member in good standing must be present at the site and may not rent, sublease, or grant permission to anyone not an IWLA member in good standing.

· All campers must provide their own insurance covering liability and property damage. All camping units and equipment, travel trailers, RVs and Motor Homes must be covered by owner-provided liability and casualty insurance. Neither the campground owner, nor the IWL Lodge or club, will pay for or assume responsibility for damage, accident, Injury or liability for any loss resulting from use of the campground.

· Tent and pop-up campers are permitted in the camping area downriver of the pine trees. RV parking must setup north of the pine trees or in designated areas approved by the Grounds Chairperson or a member of the Board of Directors. All RVs, and Motor Homes must be fully insured by the owner whenever they are on IWLA Lodge property.

· A donation is requested for camping as determined by the Board of Directors. A donation of $10.00 per tent campers for each night of camping is requested. For campers using 30 amp hookups a request for $15.00 donation per night is requested. An assigned campsite may occupied by not more than two tents, or one camper and one tent. Camping donations should be placed in an envelope stating the name, number of sites, and number of days covered, and placed in the drop box by the pop machine in the Lodge building

· Campers are not to be left unattended and may not be stored on the IKEs riverside property. The Campground Chairperson or a member of the Board of Directors may authorize storage of a camper on property across the road from the Lodge property, only to an IWLA member in good standing, and only on the property across the road from the Lodge property. Storage approval and permission must be in writing, with starting and end dates specified in writing. Payments of donations for camper storage must be made in advance for the entire period of storage requested.

· One member of each camping group is required to sign the camping book located in the Lodge building just inside the kitchen door by the phone. Signing the log sheet releases IWLA from liability for all members of the group.

· There shall be no parking of cars or trucks in the campground area. Vehicles are not permitted on the grass area of the campground, except for loading and unloading. Campers must park upriver of the pine trees in designated areas parking areas. Vehicles should be parked on the gravel drive as much as possible. RVs and Campers must also park their vehicles in the gravel parking lot, not next to their camping units.

· All camping, fishing, hiking and related recreation is deemed to be “at your own risk”. No horseshoes, jarts, or other recreational games may be played in the camping area. Usage of canoes and other recreational equipment belonging to IKES must be documented in the Lodge registration book located in the kitchen by the phone. Neither the campground owner, nor the IWLA Lodge or club, will pay for or assume responsibility for damage, accident, Injury or liability for any loss.

· Report any damage or loss of IKES owned equipment in the registration book.

· Camp fires are allowed only if confined to the large fire pit in the camping area. No fire should ever exceed the fire ring perimeter. No individually owned fire pits or fire rings are permitted.

· Quiet time is 10 p.m. to 8 a.m.

· Adult supervision of children is required. No underage drinking, use of controlled substances or other misbehavior, violation of law, or disruption is permitted on Lodge grounds. Complaints on these issues should be immediately reported to the Campground Chairperson or a member of the Board of Directors.

· Long term or residential camping is not allowed. Maximum camping is 21 days. Campers must vacate and remove all their property after 21 days and must remain off the property for a period of 7 days before returning to camp. Any request to stay longer than 21 days should be made in writing to the Campground Chairperson or a member of the Board of Directors, and must be approved in writing.

· Failure to abide by these campground rules, quarreling, use of profane language, fighting or other misconduct is cause for immediate eviction without notice. Any such misconduct should be reported to the Campground Chairperson or a member of the Board of Directors who will take immediate action to address them.

9/7/2020 Revised February 2020