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  1. This park has 100 lb of water pressure. We recommend the use of a pressure reducing valve.

  2. No generators are to be used in the park.

  3. Quiet hours are 10 p.m. to 7 a.m. Please keep voices, radio, stereos, and TVs low enough so as not to disturb your neighbors at any time.

  4. As camping conditions are highly variable, refunds are not given for weather, wildlife, insects, water or air quality, fire or liquor bans, vehicles, or trailer trouble, getting lost, closed facilities, advisories (with the exception of a campground closure) or in the case of an eviction.

  5. Claybanks RV Park is committed to providing a safe and respectful environment for staff and visitors. Foul language, aggressive behavior and violence is not acceptable, Unacceptable behavior will not be tolerated and will result in removal/Eviction from the park and /or prosecution.

  6. Only 1 RV and vehicle can be parked on a site. All additional vehicles and visitors’ vehicles must be parked in visitors parking areas near the entrance to the park and there is a $5 charge per vehicle.

  7. Washing of the RV or vehicles on site is not allowed.

  8. Help keep washrooms and park clean by using garbage receptacles at each end of the park.

  9. DO NOT wash dishes or clothes in the washroom hand basins.

  10. Washrooms will be closed for cleaning between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.

  11. Children under the age of 10 years old shall not operate the showers unless they are accompanied by an adult.

  12. Speed limit is 8 km/hr in the park. Please drive with caution especially with children around. Please drive on the roads in the direction indicated.

  13. Do not park or drive on the grass.

  14. Do not lay mats or carpets on the grass.

  15. All pets must be on a leash in the park.

  16. Pets are not to be left outside the RV while owners are away.

  17. All dog stools are to be picked up by the owner, wrapped in a bag and deposited in the garbage bins.

  18. Check out time is 11 a.m. Please report to the office before this time to check availability if you plan to extend your stay.

  19. City of Merritt Bylaw No 1697 states part: “No open burning of any kind will be permitted during any period with the exception of the following: Small confined fires used for cooking food on grills and barbeques using charcoal briquettes and pressurized gas for fuel.

  20. The Operator assumes no responsibility for any loss through fire, theft, collision or otherwise to trailers or vehicles or their contents, regardless of the cause. The Occupant agrees that the use of the site, utilities and/or common areas of the Operator is solely at the risk of the Occupant and their guests, invitees, and visitors.

  21. The Occupant does for themselves, their heirs, executors, administrators, successors and assigns hereby releases, waives and forever discharges the Operator, its agents, servants, successors, employees, volunteers and assigns from any and all claims, demands, damages, costs, expenses,  actions, causes of action, whether in law or in equity, in respect of death, injury, loss, damage, or expense however so arising or to arise by reason of using and/or occupying the Site and the common areas.


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