CAMPGROUNDS
 
 
Vacating Camping Area

All garbage must be disposed of.

All pet messes must be cleaned up.

Garbage may not be left in fire ring or around the campsite
Fires must be extinguished.

Any damage to ground or trees must be reported to office or Lake Staff.

Additional fees may apply to sites that are left in unacceptable condition.



Check In - Check Out Time

Check in time is 2PM.

Checkout time is 1PM.

You may remove your unit and place it in a designated public parking area and enjoy the lake the day of your checkout.

Please dispose of garbage in dumpsters.

Do not leave your garbage in fire ring.

Please clean up after your pet.

Additional fees may apply to sites that are left in an unacceptable condition.

CAMPGROUNDS


Required Minimum Stay

Due to the limited availability and high demand for campsites with electrical hookups, a minimum of a 3 night (Friday -Saturday -Sunday) stay is required for all 3 day holiday weekends (MEMORIAL DAY, 4TH OF JULY & LABOR DAY) for all campsites with electrical hookups.

If your reservation starts on Friday you must also include Saturday & check out on Sunday as the minimum of 2 nights is required between Memorial Day weekend & Labor Day weekend.

If your reservation starts on Saturday you must also include Sunday & check out on Monday as the minimum of 2 nights is required between Memorial Day weekend & Labor Day weekend.



Electrical Hook-Ups

Electrical hookup fees apply if you occupy the campsite even if you chose not to use electricity.
Extension cords may not be run from one campsite to another without prior approval by the Lake Tschida staff.



Double-Ups

When two units occupy a site, both must pay camping fees.
Double-ups may or may not be available at all campsites due to pad lengths or closeness in proximity to other sites.
Double-ups are allowed only with prior approval by the Lake Tschida staff.



Campsite Occupancy

No more than two camper units may occupy any campsite. Each unit must pay the camping fee.



Size Of Camping Unit

A camping unit is a powered vehicle, motor home, camping bus, pull-type camper, tent or any other device designed for sleeping.



Camping Day

Any portion of a 24-hour period beginning at 2PM that a camper occupies a campsite.
The camper must vacate the campsite on the last camping day by 1PM (both reserved campers and "first come-first served" campers).



Camping Limit

A fourteen (14) camping day limit in any consecutive 30-day period at on campground.



Daily Vehicle Permit

A vehicle entrance permit is required to access Rimrock Recreation Area and to use the shower facilities.
A daily vehicle permit may be acquired at the lake office or at the self-registration post located in front of the lake office.
The vehicle entrance permit must be placed in the lower left side of the vehicle dash in front of the steering wheel.



Pets

Pets must be on a leash at all times whether at a campsite or out for a walk.
Pets (except service animals) are not allowed on the public swimming beach, playground or in any public lake recreation building (including vault toilets and comfort stations).
Owners must clean up after their pets.



Fire Safety

Do not build large roaring fires and be sure your campfire is "DEAD OUT “before turning in for the night or departing.
Do not dispose of trash in fire ring.
 
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