Policies, Terms, and Conditions

YOUR ENTRY INTO THE PARK INDICATES YOUR ACCEPTANCE

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


Thank you for camping at Kayuta Lake Campground. It is with your help and your commitment to abide by these guidelines that make our campground one of the most desirable campgrounds in the Adirondacks!

Please be sure that you, your family members and your visitors read and understand these guidelines. They are designed to keep everyone safe and your stay an enjoyable one. Please remember, anyone not observing campground guidelines can and will be asked to leave and no refunds will be given.

 

Thank you! Enjoy your stay!

Additional Policies, Terms, and Conditions can be found HERE.

CANCELLATIONS / DATE CHANGES:
Cancellations 10 days or more before arrival date are subject to a 15% cancellation fee.

Date changes can be made only within the same camping season.
No refunds or date changes within 10 days of arrival date.
 
Reservation date changes may be made 10 days or more prior to arrival date.
If you are within 10 days, date changes are considered a cancellation.

SPEED LIMIT:
5 MPH throughout the campground AND on Campground Rd. Children are very precious. Please watch for them because they are not watching for you.  Speeding may result in your ejection from the park without a refund.

CHECK-IN CHECK-OUT:
Check-In: 2:00 PM
Check-Out: 1:00 PM for Sites & 11:00 AM for Cabins
 
Early check-in and late check-out are not guaranteed. Your site may be occupied by another party the night before your arrival or the day of your departure. Please check with the office first if you plan on arriving before 2 PM or checking out after 1 PM. Sorry, we do not allow early check in’s or late check out’s for cabins.


AFTER-HOURS CHECK-IN:
Sometimes you just don't make it to where you're going on time, it’s ok, we understand! The important thing to us is that you make it and start enjoying your vacation as quickly as possible.

Give us a call to let us know you will be arriving after hours.
When you get here, stop at the Office.
Hanging on the front door you will find a map with your name on it.
Use the map to find your site and come visit the office in the morning to finish checking in and to receive your car passes.

AFTER-HOURS URGENT MATTERS:
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.

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE 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.

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.

EARLY CHECK-IN AND LATE CHECK-OUT:
Early check-in and late check-out are not guaranteed. Your site may be occupied by another party the night before your arrival or the day of your departure. Please check with the office first if you plan on arriving before 2 PM or checking out after 1 PM. Sorry, we do not allow early check in's or late check out's for rental units.

MINIMUM STAY REQUIREMENTS:
ALL campsites & rental units have a 3-night minimum stay on holidays.
Holiday dates include:
Memorial Day
July 4th
Labor Day
Rental Units on non-holidays require a (2) night minimum reservation.

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.

RISK:

Camping has inherent risks associated with outside activities.  We are not responsible for injuries or damages occurring as part of the inherent risks of any camping environment. Camper(s) release The Happy Factory, LLC and Kayuta Lake Campground, its officers, family members, volunteers, fellow campers, and employees of all liability for the loss or damages to property and/or injury to his/her person arising out of his/her use of its camping facilities and agrees to indemnify the campground, its officers, family members, volunteers, fellow campers and employees, against claims resulting from loss or damage to property or injury to the person(s) or visitor(s) of any member of the family of the camper, arising out of the use of its camping facilities and any activities, games, or events sponsored by Kayuta Lake  Campground or any “Acts of God”. Camper understands Kayuta Lake Campground and its owners and employees are not liable, nor responsible to carry insurance coverage on Camper’s camping unit, vehicle, or other personal property.  Camper agrees to carry Camper’s own liability/comprehensive insurance during the Agreement Term and anytime that Camper has personal property, boat(s), camping unit(s), vehicle(s) and/or other motorized devices (e.g., golf carts) on the Campground; Camper agrees to furnish proof of such insurance to Kayuta Lake Campground upon request. Campground assumes no liability for loss caused by fire, theft, accident, or any other cause on or within the Campground.  Camper shall adequately insure their campers, vehicles, and other personal property.  

SAFETY FIRST:
In the event of a medical or life-threatening emergency, dial 911 first. THEN...
Please, call the office at (315) 831–5077 to make us aware of the issue or emergency.

SITE OCCUPANCY:
All rates are based on a family of 4. Additional people will result in additional fees. There can be no more than 6 people registered to one site at any given time.

SWIMMING FACILITY RULES AND REGULATIONS:
As per the NYS Health Department

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, BACKFLIPS, CARTWHEELS, RUNNING, and/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.

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.

VEHICLES:
Space is limited to two (2) vehicles per site. ALL vehicles MUST display a valid car pass. Golf Carts, ATVs, UTVs, dirt bikes, mini bikes are prohibited for Overnight Campers unless they are being trailered to use offsite.

GOLF CARTS:

Golf carts are for use by seasonal guests only.

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.

Violation of the rules may result in ejection from the park without refund.


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.


Thank you for camping with us, obeying our guidelines, and enforcing them with your children and visitors!

We hope you enjoy your stay!

YOUR ENTRY INTO THE PARK INDICATES YOUR ACCEPTANCE

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

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