OUR RULES AND USAGE GUIDELINES FOR OUR CAMPING AND LODGING GUESTS
VISITOR POLICY; We know many of our guests have family or friends that they would like to have visit while staying at our park, please have them stop in the office and register. All visitors staying past 9 p.m. need to register and pay at the office for an overnight stay. Due to insurance regulations, guests may not bring their pets into the park. We are sorry. Please no parking on open sites. If you require more parking space, please let us know. By Michigan law, there are only 2 vehicles allowed per site.
CAMPSITES; consist of only one (1) recreational vehicle/tent (addendum to this STATE Health Code law posted in the lobby). If you are using a satellite dish on the ground, make sure you do not put it in the way of your neighbor or on an empty camp site. One campsite consists of no more than 8 persons per site. Rates are based on 4. There is a fee for additional overnight guests.
CAMPFIRES; It isn’t camping without a campfire! Campfires are permitted only in the fire pit rings provided and must always be attended by an adult. No outside firewood allowed (we sell firewood during office hours). Please do not bring limbs and debris wood into our park. Campfire rings are not a place for garbage; put all garbage in the dumpster. Keep your campsite picked up so you do not have unwanted visitors during the night.
FIREWOOD; Firewood may not be brought into the park from any source (home or roadside stand) we sell firewood. You will not be permitted to burn wood from any other source.
PETS; We love pets! However, we do not like stepping in their doodie, so please clean up after your pets. And while we love pets, please make sure that yours can play nice, we truly don't want you to have to remove them from the park. For everyone's safety, including your pet please keep pets leashed at all times, just not to a tree.
PICNIC TABLES; a campsite or lodging is permitted only one (1) picnic table.
CHILDREN; Please don't leave children unattended. This includes the bathhouse, laundry, dump station and play areas. Bicycles are allowed in the park, but for the safety of the rider, must be kept out of the entrance area. Please do not let children swing or hang from the volleyball net.
WASHING RV’S OR DISHES; NO WASHING OF RV’S OR VEHICLES ALLOWED IN THE PARK. For anyone that needs to do dishes, there is a utility sink provided in the Laundromat. Please do not let food go down the drain and please do not wash dishes in the bathrooms.
ALCOHOL; Yes you may bring alcohol, but please refrain from bringing glass bottles. If you need to bring glass please keep it on your site. Using profanity, fighting, indecent exposure or other disorderly conduct is prohibited and will be just cause for expulsion from the Park without a refund.
FIREWORKS; The use of fireworks of any kind (including sparklers) is prohibited anywhere on the campground/lodging property, please understand we are surrounded by trees and it can be a fire danger. Anyone using fireworks, firearms (including BB guns and sling shots), bows and arrows will be asked to leave immediately without a refund.
CLOTHESLINE; We understand the need to dry clothes, so if you must hang a clothesline please be certain that you only tie to the trees. No nails or hooks are to be put into the trees.
RUGS AND MATS; We realize everyone wants to keep their campers and motor homes clean. However, in order to preserve the grass and the appearance of the campsites no rug or mat larger than 18" x 24" (a Welcome Mat) will be permitted. No turf mats or outdoor carpet of any kind are permitted.
QUIET TIME; Quiet time is from 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. That does not mean that you cannot sit quietly by your campfire and enjoy the evening, but it does mean children are to be back at their campsites/cabins and noise kept to a minimum.
NO SMOKING STATE; Michigan is a smoke free state so what that means for our guests is no smoking in any of the buildings or around the play areas. All appropriate, required no smoking signs are in place.
Camping is an outdoor experience. Therefore we do not give refunds for the discomfort of nature, i.e. weather or insects.
CHECK OUT TIME FOR THE CAMPGROUND IS NO LATER THAN NOON, EST. Please plan on arriving after 12:30 P.M. We will try to accommodate early arrivals.
CHECK OUT TIME FOR LODGING IS NO LATER THAN 11:00 A.M. EST. Please plan on arriving after 2:00 P.M.
By being a registered guest you agree to comply with all the usage guidelines set forth by Kritter's Northcountry Campground and Cabins.