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Spokane Service Center

411 W Boy Scout Way
Spokane, Washington 99201

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Camp Use Policy Back to Top

Rules for Campground Etiquette and Enjoyment

Welcome to one of the Inland Northwest Council Campgrounds. We hope your stay with us will be relaxing and enjoyable. We’ve prepared this document to clarify our position on behaviors that will assure you have the best camping experience possible. Rules and policies stated herein should be interpreted and used with basic common sense. This is NOT meant to limit your camping experience but to make everyone aware of the do’s and don’ts of camping etiquette and to assure safety to all concerned.

The undersigned (Here-after referred to as “Camper” or “Visitor”) agrees that the following Rules and Regulations shall govern the Camper and any Visitor’s occupancy of a camping site or cabin at the Campground whether the occupancy shall be on a Transient or Seasonal basis. It is agreed that any breach by the Camper or the Camper’s guest of these Rules and Regulations shall constitute grounds for immediate action or eviction from the Campground with no refund of fees. These rules may be amended from time to time in a reasonable fashion. It is the registered Camper’s responsibility to review these Rules and Regulations and share them with everyone on their site. By accepting and paying for a site reservation, all Campers agree to abide by all rules and regulations as follows. Copies are available on our website or at the Campground Office.

ADULT SUPERVISION – Campers/Parents/Guardians are responsible for the safety and behavior of their children, friends of their children, and their guests at all times. Our goal is to make your camping experience safe, relaxing, and fun. We look for your cooperation to attain that goal. Children under the age of 12 should not be allowed to roam the campground freely without adult supervision. Children under 18 cannot be left to occupy a campsite or cabin overnight without adult supervision.

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES – Please consume alcohol in moderation in accordance with all Federal, State, and Local laws. Drunkenness, being severely impaired or under the influence, loud or disorderly behavior will not be tolerated. No one under 21 years of age will be allowed to possess or consume alcohol in the campground. All alcoholic beverage containers and waste must be disposed of properly in designated trash receptacles. Drinking in public areas such as the waterfront or Playground areas or in any building other than your rented cabin or reserved dining facility is prohibited. No glass bottles of any kind will be allowed in the waterfront area.

APPEARANCE – The overall, neat appearance and natural beauty of the outdoors is what all campers enjoy most, so please do your part in maintaining your site in this manner. To help in keeping a neat and clean appearance, please refrain from bringing in non-camping items. One gas grill is allowed. It must come equipped with a grease catcher attached to it. Management has sole discretion on “appearance”.

BICYCLES – All bicycles and non-motorized wheeled modes of transportation must be back at your site by dusk. Please have your children adhere to proper bike safety regulations. Bicycles must be parked in the designated areas. No bicycles are allowed in any building or any posted areas. All children under the age of 16 years must wear safety equipment to include a helmet.

BOATS/TRAILERS – Boats/Trailers are not allowed in campsites unless approved by Management. Please make other parking arrangements. Inquire at the Office.

CAMPFIRES – All fires are to be contained within the designated fire ring or pit. We reserve the right to monitor and control the size of all campfires. Fire rings or pits are not to be moved. No fires shall be left unattended and must be extinguished before retiring or leaving the site. Dumping of charcoal or ashes in the woods is strictly prohibited. Please make arrangements with management for ash removal if necessary. Fire extinguishers available at the office. Safety First.

CIGARETTES/TOBACCO/CANNABIS – Smoking and Vaping in any building on the campground premises is prohibited and will result in immediate eviction and removal. Please do not throw or deposit cigarette or cigar butts on the grounds. The discarding of cigarette butts can be done in a neat & safe manner either by burning them or putting them in the proper receptacle containers. Cigarette/cigar butts left on the ground are not healthy for children or animals. No chewing tobacco or snuff shall be used if such use involves spitting on the ground. Smoking in posted public areas such as the waterfront or playground areas, or within 25 feet of any building will not be tolerated.

INDEMNITY – The use of any equipment or facilities of the campground by any person is at that person’s risk and the registered Camper agrees to indemnify and hold the campground owners harmless from any loss, cost, or damage incurred by it as a result of the activities of the registered Camper, his family members, invitees, and guests.

FIREARMS/DRUGS – The use, display, and possession of firearms, air arms, paintball guns, fireworks, explosives, weapons, and illegal drugs or substances in the campgrounds are strictly prohibited. Violation of this rule will result in immediate eviction and removal of your personal effects and we will notify the authorities. The tossing, throwing, etc. of rocks, stones, or other objects in an unsafe manner is prohibited. This does not prohibit the safe and lawful reservation and use of the Camp Ranges under the supervision of certified Range Safety Officers.

FIREWOOD – Firewood is sold at the store. No cutting of firewood is permitted in the campground or adjoining properties. All firewood brought into the campground must be removed before checkout. Firewood, kindling, and paper must be stored a minimum of 10’ from the campfire ring. No more than two weeks’ worth (½ cord) of firewood will be stored in a site at any given time. Out-of-State firewood is strictly prohibited unless kiln dried. Camper is liable for loss or damage due to insects imported in firewood.

GOLF CARTS – Golf carts are allowed only with prior approval from Owners. A Golf Cart Fee / Permit may apply. Must have proof of insurance on file at the Office. Licensed operators only. See Golf Cart Rules available at the office.

GRAY WATER – State law prohibits the discharge of gray water or black water (sewer) on the ground. The Camper agrees that he/she shall not cause or allow black water or gray water to be emptied on the ground. Sink water or dishwater must be emptied in the sink, outside the bathhouse, or in the dump station.

PARTIES –We encourage family gatherings although; they must be maintained at a level that is not disturbing to the neighboring sites, including during quiet hours. Large group gatherings must register at the office to discuss your plans.

PAYMENTS – Payments are to be paid in advance. Refunds subject to a $10 cancellation fee. Notice deadlines: 48 hours for site rentals, 7 days for Cabins, Rental Units, or any site holiday stays. Balance is due on or before arrival. For seasonal campers, all fees are due and payable per terms of the Rental Agreement. Late payments WILL BE IMPOSED per agreement.

PERSONAL PROPERTY – All personal property brought into the campground is at the Registered Camper’s risk and campground management shall bear no responsibility for the damage, loss, or theft of such property. All campers assume the responsibility of maintaining proper insurance on their camper & personal property. We are not responsible for any damage to any camper or personal property for any reason including an act of God (i.e. wind, lightning, hail, fallen branches, trees, embers that drift onto the property, etc.) accident, fire, or vandalism.

PETS – Pets are welcome but are required to be leashed at all times. Maximum two (2) pets per site. All pets must be registered, and the owner must have copies of the current Rabies Certificate with them and available if requested by the Office. All pet litter must be picked up immediately. Campers who do not pick up after their pets will be asked to leave - with NO refunds. No exceptions. No pets are allowed in the Store or dining facilities. Pets are not to be left unattended or allowed to roam freely at any time. Barking or growling dogs will not be tolerated. On a complaint of noise, one warning will be issued. In the event such barking or roaming, or any other infraction continues, the Registered Camper shall either remove the pet from the campground or shall leave the campground immediately. Animals demonstrating aggressive behavior to persons or other pets will not be given a warning. Owners will remove the animal from the campground immediately. If not so removed, the registered camper shall leave the campground with no refund of payment for site rental. We want everyone to enjoy his or her camping experience, pet owners and non-pet owners alike. Visitors/guests may not bring pets to the campground.

QUIET HOURS – Quiet hours are from 10:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m. The quality of rest and relaxation is important to all campers so please refrain from loud noises and disturbances during this period. The volume level for all stereos, radios, TV, instruments or other noise-making devices must be at a minimum during this time. Gauge: If you can hear it from outside your camper, it’s too loud! Please lower voices after 10:00 PM during quiet hours, remember, your voice carries. Any conversations, joke-telling, storytelling, laughter, etc. shall be kept to a low volume to not bother other campers. During non-quiet hours the Registered Camper or guest shall not operate any radio, stereo, TV, instruments, or other noise-making devices at such an unreasonable volume level to be a disturbance to any other campers. Electric bug lights/bug zappers must be turned off during quiet hours.

RESTROOMS/SHOWERS – To avoid accidents or injury in these areas, it is requested that an adult accompany children under 8 years of age to all restrooms/showers.

SEWER HOOKUPS – Some sites have a sewer hookup for Recreational Vehicles. Instructions for proper use are available at the camp office. All campers shall use toilet paper designed for recreational vehicles so that paper clogs can be avoided. Allow your tanks to fill up to ¼ full to allow solids to “float”. Gate valves must not be left open on the black water tank until you are ready for purging. An open gate valve on your gray water tank could result in foul and hazardous septic odors (methane gas) outside and may end up inside your camper. Do not dispose of paper towels, clothing, sanitary napkins, grease, dog feces, rocks, food scraps, or anything that is not human waste or dishwater in the sewer system. Any plumbing issues caused by the camper will be corrected at the camper's expense.

SELF CONTAINED CAMPERS AND MOTORHOMES – May be assessed a $20 sewer fee for initial dumping on arrival. This initial sewer fee will be waived if the registered camper demonstrates that the black water holding tank is empty on arrival / BEFORE connection.

SPEED LIMIT – A maximum speed of 5 miles per hour throughout the campground will be tolerated, including all vehicles, golf carts, bicycles, motorcycles, mopeds, scooters, or any other wheeled method of transportation. Safety is our #1 concern.

TRASH – All trash must be removed from all sites and areas used within the campgrounds. Campers are asked to clean up after themselves and maintain the integrity of our outdoor environment. The trash receptacles and dumpsters in the campgrounds are for campground use only. Please do not bring in outside waste and put it in our dumpsters.

TREES – Do not cut, trim, strip, nail, or damage trees or vegetation in any way. All landscaping elements (trees, flowers, shrubs, stones, fencing, etc.) remains the property of the Campground. If any landscaping element is creating a problem in its location or growth, please inform management who may approve altering the element. We may, at our discretion, provide you a credit for work you've done to your site. Please see management.

VEHICLES – Registered vehicles only. Limit one vehicle allowed per campsite. Additional vehicles must be left in the parking lot. Vehicles shall not be used to drive around the campground to view the property or visit other campsites. Washing of motor homes or other vehicles is allowed in the sites with permission. No changing of fluid such as oil, gas, or antifreeze shall be allowed. No repairs shall be made to vehicles except emergency repairs. Do not park on other campsites without asking for availability.

VISITORS/GUESTS – Any person or persons who are not named on the initial registration form as a “Registered Camper”, and who has entered the campground is considered a visitor. All-day visitors must leave the campground by 9 p.m. unless registered as an overnight guest and have paid the applicable fee. Overnight visitors may check-in after 3 p.m. and must check out at the office and leave the campground by 11:00 a.m. or an additional fee may be applied.

WATERFRONT AREAS – NO LIFEGUARD ON DUTY – Waterfront hours are 10:00 a.m. to dusk. All swimming and waterfront use is at your own risk. Please provide your own life jackets. Swimming is not permitted during thunderstorms. No children under 12 years old shall be allowed to use the waterfront unless accompanied by a parent or guardian. Parties at the waterfront are not allowed unless arrangements have been made at the office as it is a public area. NO nude swimming by anyone at any age. Glass bottles, glass cups, or any glass containers or dishes are strictly prohibited in the waterfront area. It’s a safety issue. Broken glass will shut down the area until properly cleaned. No food or drink shall be allowed in the water itself. Floats, rafts, canoes, or inflatable toys are allowed in the water so long as it doesn't interfere with the enjoyment of others.

Cancellation Policy Back to Top

Any Reservation can be canceled up to 14 days prior with no penalty.

Starting 14 days before arrival only 50% of the reservation fee will be refunded.

After the reservation begins no refunds will be available.