Trails End RV Park etiquette requires that you adhere to all rules without exception. The rules exist for specific reasons which may not be obvious to you. Don’t ask why, just follow them.
This applies to physical property and the actual space your neighbor has rented. The site is considered the other person’s property while it is occupied.
Do not walk across your neighbor’s site.
Children typically are not aware of boundaries unless they are marked by a fence. Within the park, children must be watched carefully so as not to encroach on a neighbor’s site even if the neighbor has children of their own. They may not feel comfortable telling your children to stay in their own site so they can have some well-needed family time. For safety reasons as well, children should be carefully watched.
Trails End RV Park allows well behaved dogs however not all guests are pet lovers. Just as children are required to be watched carefully so is your dog. No matter how friendly your dog is, it must be leashed. No dog can be left outside of your camper if it is a barker. You are required to pick up after your dog at all times. Failure to comply will result in a $100 fine.
It is your responsibility to keep your site clean and safe at all times. Leaving trash, food and clutter is a hazard for yourself as well as your neighbors. Bag and use the trash/recycling receptacle. Failure to do so will result in a $100 fine and/or immediate eviction without refund.
If you check in during late evening, be respectful of your neighbors. Avoid use of bright lights, keep your voices low and keep children and pets inside until morning. If you wish to enjoy every minute of your vacation, remember...What you do in your camper is your business; if we can hear it, it becomes ours.
There is nothing worse than smelling sewage that has leaked from a loose connection or a broken hose. Not only is it unpleasant, it is also a health hazard. If a small child or pet comes in contact with draining sewage, the results can be catastrophic.
Trails End RV Park allows campfires in site only in approved aboveground fit pits. You are responsible to ensure that the fire is safe and not bothering your neighbors. Only burn clean wood and do not throw trash in the fire. Completely extinguish the fire using sand dirt. Use good judgement when starting a campfire. Be aware of wind blowing smoke or embers into neighboring sites. You are responsible for dumping your grill & fire pit ashes in the campground provided ash container.
When in doubt, follow the golden rule. Treat your neighbors with the same respect and consideration you would like to be treated with. If you are concerned that something might bother your neighbor, err on the side of caution and don’t do it.
If you aren’t sure of the proper campground etiquette for something, simply ask your host.