Campground Rules

Knight's Hideaway Guest Rules

 

The Number One Rule:

Enjoy yourself, play safely and make lasting friends!

Pets Are Welcome

Pets to be leashed at all times. Poop and scoop applies everywhere!

Pets must be quite and trouble free. Do not leave pets unattended.

Keep Our Park Clean

Please place all garbage and recyclables in the containers by the washrooms.

Campfire Safety

What's camping with out a campfire? Campfires are welcome and must be kept within the fire ring and extinguished before bed.

Campground Rules

Vehicles must display the Mirror Hanger tag provided for that vehicle.

Check-out is 11 am. If you wish to stay longer, please contact the office.

Drive carefully and keep to 15 km/h speed limit. Watch for kids & karts.

To comply with the law, Alcohol is permitted only on your campsite.

Washrooms and laundry are open 24 hours. We cannot clean them after every use, so please leave them as you would like to find them.

Park facilities are for the use of registered guests only; not visitors.

No visitors on holiday weekends; the park is usually at capacity.


Pool Rules And Hours

POOL HOURS: 10 AM - 12 PM, 1 PM - 5 PM, 6 PM - 8:30 PM

Our swimming pool is unsupervised. Do not swim alone.

Children under the age of 12 years must be accompanied by a parent or other competent person of at least 16 years in age.

Please shower before swimming to remove perspiration & lotions.

Our pool is for the use of registered guests only; not visitors.


Noise Rules ~ Quiet Time

Quiet hours are 11 pm to 8 am. Music must be off and voices low.

At other times noise should not disturb your neighbors.

No Bass or woofer's to be used. Bass sound carries a long way.

Setting off fireworks is not allowed on campground property.

For The Safety And Enjoyment of All!

Causing a disturbance or breaking the rules may result in eviction without refund.

If you are told to leave, do so quietly to avoid a Police escort.

If you have any concerns, do not hesitate to contact us at 905-894-1911 or by using the phone on the Store door.

We want you to enjoy your visit.


Camping Etiquette

Camping etiquette is for the most part, common sense and courtesy. Campers are friendly people and everyone is here to have fun, so a little respect goes a long way.

Here are a few suggestions on being a good camper:

Don't walk through an occupied camp site, even if the camper is not there.
Minimize noise around your campfire at night. Voices, music and other noise go further than you think on a quiet summer night. People close by may be resting.
Be thoughtful when using a radio. Your neighbours will prefer their own music.
Leave your site tidy, no garbage, and remember, a fire pit is not a trash can.
Keep your pet on a leash and don't leave it unattended. A dog may bark at strangers, dig holes and annoy your fellow campers. Remember, poop and scoop!
Leave firewood at home; it can bring insects and disease to campground trees. Campgrounds sell locally sourced firewood, so no need to cut living or dead trees.
Fully extinguish your campfire before going to bed or leaving your site. Smoke from a smouldering fire can be overwhelming.
Say "hello" and introduce yourself to your campsite neighbours. Knowing your neighbour helps with security when you are away from your site and makes them less likely to complain about you.
Don't wash dishes under the water tap. Use a bowl on your site and dispose of the gray water thoughtfully. (Our kitchen sink outside the washrooms has hot water).
No “inside” furniture used outside. Use only items designed for outside use.
Everyone likes a clean washroom and other facilities, so do your share and don't leave a mess. If you see a problem, let the campground staff know.
If you must arrive late or leave early, be as quiet as you can and keep lights to a minimum so as not to disturb your neighbors who may be sleeping.