HAAS LAKE PARK RV CAMPGROUND POLICIES
Camp Site: Check in is after 2:00 pm. Check out is by 1:00 pm. Early check in is offered for a fee. Quiet hours are 11:00 pm – 8:00 am. Site fee includes one camping unit per site. Maximum site occupancy is 8. Minors are to be supervised and at their site from 11:00 pm to 8:00 am. Children 12 and under should not be left unattended at any time. Pallets and clotheslines are prohibited. No items are to be tied, nailed or screwed to trees (ropes, leashes, decorative items, plants, etc.). Do not alter any part of the campsite such as shrubs, tree branches, fire rings, etc. Use dumping stations to dispose of gray and black water properly. Tent camping is not permitted in the campground. Should you like to extend your stay, please let us know 24 hours prior to your checkout and we will gladly check site availability.
Guests: All guests must register with the office or front gate and purchase visitor passes. Campers are responsible for their guests and ensure their compliance with HLP policies. Guests must exit the campground by 10:00 pm.
Motor Vehicles & Bicycles: Mini bikes, dirt bikes, 4 wheelers, motorized or electric scooters, kiddie cars, hover boards are not permitted. Golf carts are permitted for those reserving a site for three months or longer. Proof of insurance and registration at the office is required. Drivers must be at least 25 years of age. Motorcycles are only to be driven to and from your campsite. For the safety of our littlest campers, the speed limit is 10 mph near the Recreation Hall, beaches, Sections S and T, and in the Village; and 15 mph throughout the remainder of the campground. Bicycles are to be kept out of campground buildings and parked in bike racks.
Fires/Fireworks: Fires are restricted to the campfire ring. Please thoroughly douse your fire with water before turning in for the night. Only brush and seasoned wood may be burned; no construction material, treated wood or leaves. Firewood is to be stored 12 inches off the ground. No firearms, fireworks or Chinese lanterns are permitted inside the campground.
Pets: HLP loves pets but for the safety and comfort of all campers we have these rules: Maximum of two pets per site. Aggressive pets are not permitted in the campground. Any pet that bites or attacks is to be removed immediately from HLP. All pets must be on a leash no longer than 6 feet in length when outside the camper. Pets must be attended at all times even when tied up. Pet waste must be immediately picked up and disposed of properly. Pets are not allowed on the beach, in buildings, or at campground events.
Alcohol/Behavior: Alcohol should be consumed in moderation. Alcohol is prohibited in campground buildings and at beaches. Drunkenness, profanity, fighting, indecent exposure of the person or any other disorderly conduct is prohibited. Smoking is not permitted in any campground buildings. The use of loud speakers, public address systems, or floodlights (during Quiet Hours) is prohibited. Radios, TV’s, etc should not be heard on adjacent sites.
Swimming & Boating: Swimming is permitted only at designated beaches. For your safety, swimming is not permitted in any other parts of the lake, off boats, or after dark. Inner tubes and small inflatable toys are permitted in designated swimming areas only. Pets can swim in non-beach areas on our lakes. Beverages in glass containers are prohibited on the beaches. Gas motors are prohibited on Haas Lake. A no-wake policy is in place on all lakes. No inflatable dingy boats are allowed. All campers 16 and under must wear a life jacket when boating.
Cancellation Policy: No shows and cancellations made less than three (3) days of arrival date are subject to an administrative fee equal to one night’s stay. All other cancellations are charged an administrative fee of $7. Holiday reservations require payment in full. No refunds for holiday reservations. You occupy your site under a revocable license. Management reserves the right to revoke this license at any time for conduct which management believes is harmful to the proper operation of the campground.