Kayuta Lake's Policies, Terms, and Conditions

YOUR ENTRY INTO THE PARK INDICATES YOUR ACCEPTANCE

OF KAYUTA LAKE'S POLICIES, TERMS, AND CONDITIONS.

SAFETY FIRST:

5 MPH throughout the Campground AND on Campground Rd.    

 

In the event of a medical or life-threatening emergency, dial 911 first. THEN.....

DURING OFFICE HOURS
Please call the office at (315) 831–5077 to make us aware of the issue or emergency.

AFTER-HOURS
For urgent matters AFTER office hours, (medical emergencies, loud neighbors, barking dogs, loss of electric, etc.), please call the after-hours number (315) 832-0403 to make us aware of the situation so we can take care of it immediately.

 

AIR CONDITIONERS: 

It only takes a short amount of time for your trailer to cool off.  Please turn off air conditioners when you will be away from your trailer.
 

ALCOHOL POLICY: 

This is a Family-friendly park and the use of alcohol should be limited to your own site. If you leave your site, please conceal the can or bottle in a koozie. Please maintain moderation. No kegs. The legal drinking age is 21. Consumption by a minor could lead to ejection and/or arrest. Please do not drink and drive, not even in your golf cart! No alcohol allowed in the pool area.

 

BEAR SAFETY: 

DO NOT leave backpacks, coolers, trashcans, or anything with an odor unattended for ANY length of time. Your food should always be within arm’s reach or properly stored.

 

DO NOT allow bears to obtain human food.

 

If approached by a bear while eating, put food away, and retreat to a safe distance. Never abandon food because of an approaching bear. Always take the food with you. Never throw your pack or food at a bear in an attempt to distract it.

 

Do not surprise bears! Make noise when you are hiking or away from your vehicle. Bears will usually move out of the way if they hear you approaching. Calling out (such as ‘Hey Bear’) and clapping your hands at regular intervals are the best ways to make your presence known.

 

Outdoor pet food bowls must be removed when not immediately feeding your pet.

 

Outdoor trashcans and hummingbird feeders are not allowed.

 

Do NOT store food or beverages outside of your camper.

 

Outdoor refrigerators and freezers must have a lock.

 

BEHAVIOR: 

Bad behavior is not acceptable and may cause ejection from the park. Rule-breaking, Guideline breaking, disturbing others, illegal activity, excessive drinking, slander, libel, defamation, fighting, arguing, threatening, being disrespectful, and/or generally being insufferable will not be tolerated.

 

BIKES/SCOOTERS/ROLLERBLADES/SKATEBOARDS:

Bike helmets are required by New York State law for all children under 14. Bikes and scooters must be back at your site before dark. For your safety, no bike riding/scooter riding/rollerblading/skateboarding down the hill to the lake. An adult should accompany children under the age of 9 to the bathhouse. Parents are responsible for any damage done by their children. 

BOAT LAUNCH/BEACH: 

Free for all registered guests. There is a fee for non-guests (please call the office for more info).

Kayuta Lake Campground boat rentals are for registered campers and their registered guests ONLY. Boat rentals are not open to the public.

The boat launch is for daylight hours only as the gate at the top of the road may be locked when the store closes. 

Boats may not be left in the water unattended!  We have limited space around the dock and cannot allow campers to leave their boats in the water. Boat slips are for the registered lessee.  Please do not park in someone else’s slip. 

Please see Management about where to park your boat when not in use if you have not rented a boat slip.

The beach/boat launch area is closed from dusk until dawn.

 

CAMPFIRES and FIREWOOD:  

All fires must be contained inside the fire ring. Campfires cannot be any higher than 3 feet and never left unattended. Fire rings must not be used to dispose of cans, bottles, plastic, or other household trash. Please do not move fire rings. All fires must be extinguished before turning in for the evening or leaving the Campground. Firewood is sold in the store. No cutting of trees/firewood is allowed in the Campground or adjoining properties. Please do not drive nails or screws into, or disfigure trees. Firewood must be purchased or cut within 50 miles of the Campground. Please fill out the Self-Certification Form from the DEC when bringing wood into the park. (Copies are available at the office.) Firewood should be stacked neatly on your site.  For safety reasons, woodpiles should never exceed 4 feet in height.

Your credit and/or debit card will be automatically charged $25 for trash or cigarette butts left behind and/or for burning trash. Please bring all garbage to the dumpsters at the entrance.

Your credit and/or debit card will be automatically charged up to $3,000 for disfiguring any tree, dead or alive.

CHILDREN: 

Children (Age 17 and under) are required to be back on their sites by 10 PM. Any children out past this time must be accompanied by a parent.

Parents or legal guardians must be in the park at all times when their children are in attendance. Parents are responsible for the safety and actions of their children at all times. All children are required to be back on their sites by 10 pm unless accompanied by an adult.  No children under the age of 18 are allowed down at the lake or in the pool area without immediate parental supervision.

Children are not allowed inside the swimming pool area without a parent or a legal guardian.

COMMERCIAL VIDEO/PHOTOGRAPHY:

You may be filmed or photographed which may be used in advertising to promote the Campground and/or its activities.  Registering at our Campground constitutes your consent for us to use any pictures or videos we deem appropriate without payment, inspection, or review.  If you want your likeness not used, it is your responsibility to remove yourself from the situation.

 

DECKS/SCREEN ROOMS:

Decks and screen rooms may be constructed with the PRIOR consent of Management. Decks shall not exceed the length of the camping unit or 8 feet in width and must built-in 4’x8’ sections for easy moving. Decks must be kept as low to ground as possible.  Decks may NOT be anchored in the ground; they must be sitting on floating blocks. All screen rooms must be taken down at the end of the season.

 

DISCOUNT GUEST PASSES:

Seasonals receive 10 FREE DAY visitor passes with their paid seasonal contract!  Additional packages of 10 passes can be purchased at any time for only $25.00!   

 

Each pass is good for a 1-day visit for 1 person between 9 AM & 10 PM.  Day guests must leave the park by 10 pm.

An overnight stay would require 2 passes per person, 2 nights require 3 passes per person, etc. 

 

A record of these Passes is kept at the store for each site documenting the date, time, and name of the person using the pass.

The Seasonal Camper MUST come to the office and sign for the pass. Seasonal’s must then let their guests know there is a car pass available for them at the store or front gate on holiday weekends.  The guest will need to stop at the store or gate BEFORE going to your site.

 

If a Seasonal Visitor Pass is not in the file for your visitor for any reason, the visitor will be charged the standard day or overnight rates. NO EXCEPTIONS.  No refunds will be issued to the guest once they have paid and now wish to use one of your passes.

 

To avoid visitor fees when dropping off or picking up people or items “quickly”, please meet your guest at the office. Fees will apply in ALL other circumstances. Any unregistered guest found in the park will be asked to leave.

 

Please remind your visitors, it is 5 MPH on Campground Road AND in the park.

 

ELECTRIC: 

Seasonals meters are read on the last day of the month and are due by the 15th of the following month. After the 15th, bills are subject to a late fee of $10.00 per month. Bills will NOT be mailed. Seasonal MUST come to the office to pay their bill. Advance payments are accepted on account to avoid late fees.

 

Most of our campsites are designed to be either a tent site or a trailer site.  This is why many of the electric pedestals at the sites have both a larger plug for your camper and a standard plug for tenting.

 

This setup is designed for one plug or the other to be in use, but not both at the same time.  Using both can potentially strain our electrical systems and may lead to your ejection from the park.

 

Using both plugs at the same time is strictly prohibited.

 

Plugging any trailer designed for 50 amp use into a 30 amp electric site is discouraged.  Most 50 amp to 30 amp plug converters DO NOT limit your trailer from trying to use 50 amps and will blow our circuit breakers.

 

 

EJECTION FROM THE PARK:

Kayuta Lake Campground reserves the right to revoke or suspend your camping privileges, where you would be no longer a registered guest should you and/or your children and/or your visitors fail to comply with any of the Campground Guidelines and/or the Policies, Terms, and Conditions.  By utilizing the campground and its services you hereby consent to the same.

 

Campers ejected from the park will no longer be a registered guest and will be considered trespassing.

 

In the event that Camper shall vacate the Site, voluntarily or involuntarily, for any reason whatsoever, Camper shall return the Site to Campground in the same condition as received on the date of occupancy, ordinary wear and tear accepted.   Any permanent improvements (retaining walls, landscape timbers, stone, etc.) need to stay in place so as not to compromise the integrity of the site.

 

The Campground reserves the right to eject a Camper if their conduct is deemed to be detrimental, hazardous, or incompatible with the interest and/or welfare and peaceful environment of the Campground, such conduct shall include, but not be limited to the following: (1) use of a firearm(s); (2) violent or abusive conduct and/or language; (3) public drunkenness; (4) possession of narcotics or other illegal substances; (5) breaking the law; (6) breaking campground Guidelines, rules as well as the Policies, Terms, and Conditions; (7) disturbing other’s enjoyment of the campground.

 

There will be no refunds in the event of an ejection or revocation.

 

END OF SEASON:

All utilities must be disconnected at the end of each season. You MUST close up your camper on or BEFORE the last camping day. 

On your final day, please read your electric meter and stop in the office so we can calculate your final electric bill.  All bills must be paid in full PRIOR to your leaving for the season. Please clean up lawn ornaments, children’s toys, water hoses, electrical cords, flower pots, planters, pet tie-outs, tools, etc.  These items tend to get covered with leaves, and present tripping hazards for maintenance when they are leaf blowing.

 

FENCING:

Fences are only allowed if absolutely necessary and with Management’s approval.  Buried electronic fences are also prohibited.

 

GENERAL CONDUCT:

Campers, members of the family, and their visitors are to comply with all Campground Guidelines, New York State laws, town laws or ordinances, rules, and regulations of the Health and Fire Departments as well as the Campground's Policies, Terms, and Conditions or be subject to ejection from the park.

 

GENERATORS:

Generators may be run between 9 am to 12 pm and 3 pm to 6 pm ONLY. They cannot be run at night.

 

GOLF CARTS:

Golf Carts may only be operated by seasonal guests. The owner must provide a Certificate of Liability proving the Owner has obtained minimum liability insurance in the amount of $300,000.00 per occurrence.  Kaguta Lake Campground must be named as an additional insured on the policy.  Proof of insurance must be submitted to the Campground every year and kept current the entire time the Vehicle is at the Campground. 

You must be a licensed driver to operate a Golf Cart on the property. The 5mph speed limit and one-way signs must be followed for the safety of pedestrians. Golf carts used at night must have working headlights and taillights. Golf Carts are NOT to be used during quiet hours.  No person shall stand on a moving golf cart. There are to be only as many passengers as there are seats available. Golf carts must be operated properly. No horseplay, racing, or other misuses of the Vehicle is allowed. 

The owner’s campsite number must be displayed on the front and rear of the cart in three-inch (3”) easy-to-read letters. No open alcoholic containers are allowed while driving your vehicle.  Never drive any vehicle while impaired. The cart owner agrees that owner is solely responsible for all damages, losses, and injuries caused by the Vehicle regardless of who is driving their vehicle and whether or not the operator obtained the consent of the owner. 

 

Only one golf cart will be permitted per site.

 

A license plate with your site number will be issued to you.  This must be affixed to your golf cart.  Golf carts that do not display this plate may not be operated at the Campground unless prior arrangements with Management have been made.

 

Only persons listed on the Seasonal Agreement may operate your golf cart.

There is a $25 fine per month during the camping season for any golf cart not displaying the Campers’ Campsite.

 

Remember…Driving a golf cart in the Campground is a privilege.  Failure to follow these guidelines will incur the loss of this privilege!

GOVERNMENTAL: 

Camper agrees to comply with all applicable laws, ordinances, rules, and regulations of all governmental authorities. In the event that any governmental regulatory body places taxation of any type of camping unit, shed, deck, and/or porch located on Camper’s Site, it shall immediately become the responsibility of the Camper to pay such fees.

 

HONEY WAGON: 

Pump outs will take place once a week on Tuesday. The sign-up sheet is located in the Office. It is your responsibility to sign up. There is a fee if you require an additional pump out during the week. Fees are posted in the office.

 

By using this service, you agree to pay Kayuta Lake Campground for any damages to our equipment for any foreign objects in your holding systems.

 

INSURANCE:

It is the camper's responsibility to have insurance coverage for property damage and liability. The campground is not responsible for the loss of any kind.

 

LANDSCAPING:

Planting and beautifying your site is encouraged!  Before you begin, please come to the office so we can advise you of boundaries and the location of underground utilities. Seasonal camper or its contractors may NOT cut down or remove trees and other natural growth without the specific approval of Management. Site improvements (gravel, landscaping, etc.) are done at the expense of the Campsite User and will not be reimbursed.

 

MAIL:

Mail sent to guests is not permitted.

 

MAINTENANCE ACCESS:

At the request of Management, the Seasonal is responsible to hire or personally remove their RV and personal property from the site for maintenance or renovation access. In emergency situations (fallen trees, removal of dead trees or utility failure), the Seasonal is responsible to hire or personally remove their RV and personal property from the site within 24 hours’ notice.

 

NEATNESS POLICY:

Seasonal campers are responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of their site including, but not limited to, mowing, trimming, weed removal, maintenance of decks, sheds, and all other camping equipment. We ask that you mow at least every two weeks. In the event Management determines it is necessary to mow a lawn or clean a site, a fee of $100.00 shall be charged and billed to the Camper. This fee shall be due immediately. All tarps must be removed from your camper and your site set up prior to Memorial Day weekend. The area beneath your camper must be kept clear of all debris.

 

Camping units that remain year-round must be washed at least twice a year, more if needed.

 

All firewood must be stacked neatly.

 

Debris, junk, trash, and other unsightly items may not be stored at your site.

 

NEW TRAILER PURCHASES: 

PRIOR to purchasing a new camping unit, Camper agrees to provide Management with dimensions and age of the proposed new camping unit so Campground can confirm whether the camping unit is compliant with Campground policy as well as fit comfortably on the Site along with your vehicles and the Camper’s other camping items. 

 

All camping units must be self-contained. No unauthorized park models or mobile homes. No units over 10 years old are permitted in the park, without permission from Management. While it is not our intent to force the replacement of trailers, we do require that all newly purchased seasonal trailers be newer than 10 years old and meet our current guidelines, which include functional gray & black water holding tanks and RV style toilets.

 

If the new camping unit does not fit on the Site, Management reserves the right to change Camper’s Site to a different one so long as there is a site on the Campground that is available and adequate in size. The campground is not obligated to provide Camper with a site that will fit the new camping unit. 

 

Please check with Management before purchasing a Park Model. Certain style units are NOT authorized for use in the Campground. Your RV must be a roadworthy, fully self-contained pop-up, travel trailer, 5th wheel, motor home or a park model with the ability to function independently and comply with the following minimum criteria:  

 

UNIT MUST BE EQUIPPED WITH: 1) LP gas system - maximum 2 tanks @ 30# each, 2) gray & black water holding tanks, 3) permanent front-end hitch attached, 4) roof cannot be pitched, cathedral or shingled, 5) wheels need to stay on and must be capable of being transported. Park Models must remain under 400 square feet to qualify as a recreational vehicle under federal and state laws. Over that size, they would be considered a manufactured home and will not be allowed in the park.

OPEN DOOR POLICY:

Please feel free to contact Management with comments, suggestions, or for any other reason.

 

OUTSIDE CONTRACTORS:

All outside contractors and vendors must stop at the office prior to entering the Campground. 

 

PETS: 

At Kayuta Lake Campground, we recognize that, for many campers, pets are truly a part of their families. We are pet-friendly but to ensure that all campers have a relaxing and enjoyable stay, we must ask that campers with pets read and abide by the following rules:

Pets cannot be left unattended at any time.

Aggressive dogs of any breed are not welcome at Kayuta Lake Campground. If your pet shows behavior that is protective and unfriendly to strangers and/or other pets, please leave it home. If you decide to bring your pet and it exhibits this type of behavior, you will be asked to remove the pet from the park.

There is a maximum of 2 dogs allowed per site.
A valid rabies certificate must be shown at check-in. Collar tags will NOT be accepted.
Dogs must be leashed whenever they are outside.
An adult should accompany young children when they are walking a dog.

For safety sake, children should not walk dogs that outweigh them.
Please immediately clean up after your pet. We have dog waste stations located throughout the park.
Pets are not allowed in bathhouses, office, playhouse, laundry room, rental units, playground, beach, or pool areas.
The camper is responsible for any damages caused by their pets.

 

PLAYHOUSE:

No Running, Smoking, Pets, bicycles, skateboards, or rollerblades at any time in the Playhouse.  No climbing.

 

PLUMBING/SEPTIC CONNECTION:

All Camping Units must be equipped with black and gray water tanks. All Camping Units must have a sewer ring. 

Drain valves from black water tanks must remain closed between drainings and should be ¾ full before being drained and lines must be flushed with contents of the gray water tank. Do not dispose of sanitary items, personal wipes, diapers, etc. in any toilet, including camp bathrooms.  A fee of $50.00 per hour will be charged and billed to the Camper for the unplugging of drain lines and septic tanks when plugged by sanitary items, diapers, disposable wipes, etc. The use of wastewater chemicals that are free of formaldehyde are required. Only camper toilet tissue or septic system tissue paper is to be used.

 

PRIVATE PROPERTY:  

Campground Road, the beach/boat launch area as well as Kayuta Lake Campground itself are private property.  Unregistered guests are considered to be trespassing.

 

The speed limit is 5 MPH everywhere.

 

Many of the Campground’s streets are one way.

 

PROHIBITED:  

No Fireworks, Firearms, Paintball Guns, CO2 or Air Guns, BB Guns, Bows and Arrows, Drones, Illegal Substances/Drugs, Dirt Bikes, ATV’s. DEC regulations prohibit the dumping of gray water on the ground. 

 

QUIET NATURE OF THE PARK DURING ALL HOURS: 

Nobody may disturb the quiet nature of the park with loud noises, radios, or conversation during the day.

Quiet Hours are from 10:00 PM to 8:00 AM. No radios, loud talking, or other noises are allowed during this time.

 

If you are hosting a campfire/get-together, you are responsible for keeping the group quiet enough to not disturb your neighbor. Radios need to be off by 10 pm.

 

Children, including teens, must be back on their site by 10 pm unless accompanied by a parent.

 

No golf cart use after 10 pm. Please try to minimize traffic through the park during these hours.

 

You may NOT interfere with others’ peaceful enjoyment of the Campground.

 

REFRIGERATORS/FREEZERS:   

It is preferable that refrigerators/freezers to placed inside your trailer or shed.

Outdoor refrigerators and freezers must have a lock.

Refrigerators/freezers may not be plugged into the campsite’s pedestal. They must be plugged into your trailer.

 

RV MOVING SERVICES:   

We prefer our seasonals to move their own equipment.  In the event, they do not have the means to do so, Kayuta Lake Campground will move a trailer, deck, or shed into place for a charge to cover the costs of operating the tractor & our staff.  Fees are posted in the office. At this time, Kayuta Lake Campground does not have the means to move 5th wheel campers.

 

SATELLITE DISHES:

Satellite dishes need management’s prior approval before installation.

 

SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING POLICY: 

If you see someone speeding, jumping in the pool, or breaking any of the other Campground rules, you are encouraged to remind people “Please slow down”, or “As a reminder, there is no jumping in the pool”, or “Quiet time is from 10:00 pm until 8:00 am”.

 

You are also encouraged to speak to Management about such matters.

 

SELLING YOUR CAMPER: 

The sale of a camping unit does NOT include the Site. Seasonal Campsite Licenses are NON-TRANSFERABLE. You may not transfer ownership of a trailer on-site to another family member without Management approval. Subletting is not permitted. Trailers shall be owned by only one family and cannot be co-owned. Only one trailer and one family will be allowed on a site. Management also reserves the right, in its’ sole discretion, to deny or approve any proposed transfer. NO REFUND of Seasonal Campsite License fees will be provided to the Seller if the unit is sold once the season begins.    

 

SHEDS:

Please see Management PRIOR to obtaining shed. One (1) 10’ x 10’ (or smaller) plastic shed is allowed on a campsite. The only style of shed allowed is the premanufactured kind such as Rubbermaid or other brands, which are commonly found at hardware stores and other retailers. The location of the shed must be approved by Management.

 

All other styles of sheds must be removed from the campground by no later than September 1, 2020.  Any shed remaining on the property after that date will be considered abandoned and will be removed from the campground at the expense of the Seasonal.

 

Do not place screen rooms, sheds, or other items within 10 feet of the site boundary.

 

SITES: 

PLEASE be considerate of your fellow camper, do not cut through other sites. Screen rooms, sheds, or other items within 10 feet of the site boundary are not allowed.

Site boundaries, with rare exceptions, go from electric pedestal to electric pedestal.

 

SITE OCCUPANCY: 

The site rate includes up to 2 adults with up to 4 children (age 17 & under). Additional guests are permitted for an additional fee. Only one RV and one 2 Person tent may be set up on your site (7’ X 7’ maximum) for the children to sleep in, space permitting.

 

STORAGE:

Storage of any boats, trailers and campers must be arranged with Management and may be subject to additional charges.

 

SWIMMING FACILITY RULES & REGULATIONS:  As per the NYS & Oneida County Health Departments

THERE IS NO LIFEGUARD ON DUTY AT THE POOL - SWIM AT YOUR OWN RISK

The swimming facilities at Kayuta Lake Campground, 10892 Campground Rd, Forestport, NY 13338 are not supervised by a lifeguard or another responsible person. In place of on-site supervision, this facility has established a series of safeguards to be followed by all guests.  We are required to notify you of these rules, to ensure that water rescue equipment is at the pool and that the swimming area is maintained in a sanitary manner. In the interest of your safety and that of your guests, we require you to follow these rules.  Please read the safety rules located at the entrance and outlined in this brochure.  If you have any questions, we will be happy to discuss them with you.

 

  1. NEVER SWIM ALONE. A minimum of two adults 18 years of age or older, must be present whenever this swimming facility is in use, with at least one adult on the pool deck. 

  2. THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR ADEQUATE SUPERVISION. Children under 16 years of age must be accompanied to the bathing facility by a parent or guardian, or similar adult responsible for their safety and behavior. 

  3. IN AN EMERGENCY, NOTIFY THE FACILITY OPERATOR AND CONTACT HELP IMMEDIATELY. A free telephone is provided at this facility. Telephone numbers for the nearest emergency medical service are posted.  Only use this facility during posted hours of operation.  Don’t drink alcohol and swim.

 

Injuries can be prevented and safety is everyone’s responsibility. If you notice any problems with the water quality or the absence of safety equipment, please notify us at once.  Your safety is important to us.  Only registered guests of the facility who have read this may use the Swimming Pool.

 

There is no smoking, food, alcohol, glass containers, or pets allowed in the pool or on the pool deck. NO DIVING, NO JUMPING, BACK FLIPS, CARTWHEELS, RUNNING, or ROUGH HOUSING allowed in the pool. NO SMOKING, FOOD, ALCOHOL, GLASS CONTAINERS OR PETS in the pool or on deck. Rafts are not to be used in the pool. Toddlers in diapers must wear swim pants in the pool. Please observe the rule and regulation signs posted in the pool area. Pool hours are posted at the pool. The pool is open Memorial Day weekend thru Labor Day weekend.

 

ALL CHILDREN MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY A PARENT OR LEGAL GUARDIAN.

 

IF YOU LEAVE THE POOL FOR ANY REASON, YOU MUST TAKE YOUR CHILDREN WITH YOU. OTHER ADULTS IN THE POOL AREA ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR CHILDREN. FOR SAFETY REASONS, ONE ADULT MAY SUPERVISE UP TO A MAXIMUM OF 4 CHILDREN.

 

TENANCY:

Camper understands and agrees that Kayuta Lake Campground is only a recreational park and that Kayuta Lake Campground is not Camper’s residence.

 

TREES:  

Please do not drive nails or screws into the trees, or disfigure them in any manner.

 

Any items currently nailed or screwed into trees must be removed.

 

If you wish to have a flagpole or other items displayed from a tree, simply attach your item to a board, drill holes into the board, and then use a rope to tie the board around a tree.

 

Damaging tree in any manner is forbidden.

There is a $25 fine for each month or portion thereof for each item nailed or screwed into a tree on Campers’ site.

 

TRASH:  

Please bag your garbage and use the dumpster at the main entrance. Do not throw garbage over the dumpster fence.  Dumpsters have covers that need to be opened before tossing garbage.

 

Do NOT use the pet waste garbage cans for anything other than pet waste.

 

Debris, junk, trash, and other unsightly items may not be stored at your site.

 

Only trash generated here at the Campground should be put in the dumpster.

 

Broken furniture, grills, rugs, etc. are not considered household trash and should be taken home with you.

 

Please do not litter. This includes cigarette butts! This is our home and we take pride in the cleanliness of our park!

Your credit and/or debit card will be automatically charged a $25 cleaning fee for trash and/or cigarette butts left behind and/or for burning trash. Please bring all garbage to the dumpsters at the entrance.

 

VEHICLES: 

Only TWO vehicles per campsite. All vehicles must display a valid car pass. Additional vehicles can be parked in the storage/parking area. Motorcycles are for entering and leaving the Campground ONLY. ATVs, UTVs, dirt bikes, mini bikes are prohibited on the grounds.  If your vehicles do not fit on your site, you must make other arrangements with management.

 

VISITORS: 

All guests, visitors, and additional family members are required to register at the office UPON ARRIVAL. A visitor is anyone who is not registered with the original party. Day Visitors must leave the park by 10 PM. Pleases register overnight guests before the office closes. Visitors are not permitted in the park without the registered camper being present. No visitors will be admitted before or after the store closes. To reduce overcrowding, no more than 5-day visitors per site per day.
Any get-togethers, birthdays, reunions, dinner parties, etc. need to be preapproved by Management.
Visitors cannot use your camping unit or site without the registered campers on the grounds.
Visitors are not permitted to enter the Campground after the store closes.
Management has the right to limit the number of visitors.

WASHING CAMPERS/VEHICLES:

Camping units that remain year-round must be washed at least twice a year, more if needed. Because all of our water is pumped from a well, washing of personal automobiles is not permitted.

 

WATER HOSES: 

As per the NYS Health Department, please sanitize your freshwater hose before connecting it to our water system.  Place your hose in a bleach solution (1 teaspoon of bleach in 1 gallon of water) for 30 minutes. 

WINTER SEASON: 

The campings season will be from May 15th until October 15th.  The park is closed during other times. However, the Campground may open earlier and/or stay open later if conditions permit.

 

Please note: all facilities including restrooms are closed and electricity and water are shut off during this time. Campground reserves the right not to maintain and keep the roadways in the Campground free and clear of all ice and snow. All visits during the winter must be made by appointment in advance. No overnight visits are allowed during the winter season.    Entering the park during the winter season without an appointment will be considered trespassing and may lead to ejection and/or legal charges.

 

WINTER SEASON CAMPGROUND ACCESS:

Campground Road, the beach/boat launch area as well as Kayuta Lake Campground itself are private property.

 

Entering Campground Road, Kayuta Lake Campground, and/or the beach/boat launch areas when the park is closed without an appointment by anyone for any reason may be considered trespassing.

 

In the event of a dire situation, appointments may be made for Campground access to a stored RV or watercraft during the off-season. You MUST call ahead in advance and speak with Management to make an appointment to come on the grounds. Leaving a voice mail is NOT sufficient. In the event an RV must be removed from the Campground during the off-season, charges may apply for snow removal, freeing items that are frozen down and/or towing the RV. Removal will be dependent upon road and weather conditions at the time.

This is not a comprehensive list of our Policies, Terms, and Conditions.

POLICIES, TERMS, AND CONDITIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE.

 

Kayuta Lake Campground is not responsible for any loss and/or injury due to fire, accident or theft, or any other reason. This Campground as well as Campground Road is private property. Any individual found destroying or damaging Campground property will be expected to make due restitution. Violation of any of these guidelines, or unreasonable or objectionable conduct, is cause for ejection. We, as owners, reserve the right to make decisions in such matters. The use of any of the facilities is strictly at your own risk. 

 

 

YOUR ENTRY INTO THE PARK INDICATES YOUR ACCEPTANCE

OF KAYUTA LAKE'S POLICIES, TERMS, AND CONDITIONS.

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