Keep vehicle speed under 15km/h for safety and dust control.
No pleasure riding of motorcycles, snowmobiles or all-terrain vehicles.
Parking: a) Units are permitted to be pulled through in the main center field, “when the land dry”. (If you have to stop and wonder if the field is dry enough to pull through; then you probably shouldn’t)
Units are permitted to be parked “awning to awning”.
Park far enough away from your neighbor so the awnings can be put out, taking “push- outs” into consideration as well.
The center of the main fieldis to be left clear.
a) Mats and any other items must be taken up often enough to prevent damage to the grass.
When leaving the park after the weekend, steps are to be put up and if possible, slides put in for mowing purposes.
Units must be moved to a different mowed spot every TWO weeks.
If unit is left unoccupied for longer than 14 days, it must be placed in the holding area. The designated area for this is behind the building , along the tree line and south toward the Samuel Mader Road. We are still required to move unit every TWO weeks. The SSBMA will not be held responsible for said units.
No charcoal barbeques.
Keep radio and stereo music, etc. at a reasonable volume so there is no interference with other members.
No loud parties or profanity.
Generators are not to be used between the hours of 12:00 midnight and 7:00 am, except for medical reasons or club functions. Unreasonable use of loud generators will not be tolerated.
Campfires are notallowed outside the main controlled fireplace. Being a campground, (although private) fires are permitted during a fire ban for warmth and/or cooking purposes, keeping in mind “Safety First”, do notleave campfire unattended.
No burning of garbage in the main controlled fireplace.
Garbage policy: We must take our garbage home with us and leave the park clean.
Members needing power for emergencies/medical reasons, please see a Director to get the power turned on. Donations for said power would be appreciated, and may be paid to our Treasurer.
(a) All pets being walked must be on a leash no longer than 15 ft.
When not being walked, all pets must be confined within your campsite.
Pet owners must clean up after their own pets. All pet waste must be collected and taken home, no matter where on the property it is dropped. Pet waste attracts rats and disease.
We are responsible to inform our guests of the rules as well as to ensure that they clean up after their own pet. (e) Do not allow barking dogs to disturb others.
Solicitation on the premises will not be permitted, unless approved by Ways and Means.
VIDEO TAPING is NOT permitted in the hall with any kind of device; other than by the SSBMA appointed member recording for our archives with the permission of performers.
Non-member musicians, who will be playing for a show, may attend the park with partner and unit by special invitation of the Entertainment Committee.
Only acoustic instruments are to be used (except for electric bass guitar), unless approved by the Entertainment Committee.
Do not handle other people’s musical instruments without their permission.
No alcoholic beverages are to be taken inside the building in original containers.
a) Members are encouraged to invite guests with units who could become prospective new members; said guests may attend on two occasions ONLY, (unless they become members) and must be accompanied by the inviting member. Our guests must be made aware of our rules and their responsibility to follow them.
Visiting family from away are permitted to camp (either with own unit or in member’s unit) on twooccasions PER YEAR. Our guests must be made aware of our rules and their responsibility to follow them.
On one occassion during a season, if children or grandchildren are camping with a member in good standing they may attend SSBMA “Member’s Only” functions. MUST be accompanied by the inviting member.
Members and guests are requested to fill fresh water tanks prior to entering the park. If we run out of water while staying at the park, fill-ups are ONLY AVAILABLE at the tap behind the building. Proceed down the hill and take the first road to the right.
The “Catch Basins” that are found in different areas of the park, are to be used for dish water only.
The “dump station” has been designed for us to drive over the cement pad. Stop where the sewage comes out from the RV and is directly lined up with the dump station hole. Any spill would then be caught by the cement basin and cleaned off with the water hose available at the station.
When entering the park with full black/grey tanks, there will be a $7.00 charge to dump.
Fundraising projects are encouraged, but must be proposed to the Ways and Means Committee, or a director, who will then bring them to the attention of the Board of Directors for approval.
Any changes to park facilities must be proposed to the Building and Park Maintenance Committee, who will then bring them to the attention of the Board of Directors for approval.
The Board reserves the right to evict, without prior notice, for “just cause” anyone who creates a disturbance, is a nuisance, breaks park rules or commits a criminal offence, etc.) (As per BY-LAW #5 (e) A member can be expelled from the association for “just cause” by two-thirds (2/3) vote of the entire Board of Directors.)
The Board reserves the right to refuse admittance to members or guests who abuse park privileges.
~THE SOUTH SHORE BLUEGRASS MUSIC ASSOCIATION IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY ADVERSE EFFECTS IF AN ADVISORY REGARDING “NON-POTABLE WATER”, (NOT FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION) IS IGNORED BY ANYONE ON THE PREMISES.
~SSBMA IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR LOSS OR DAMAGE, NOR WILL IT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY INJURIES OR LIABILITIES THAT MAY OCCUR ON THE PREMISES.