Check-In Time: 1:00 pm

Check-Out Time: 12:00 Noon.

Quiet Time
:  10:00 pm to 7:00 am

Inspections. All RVs older than 10 years are subject to inspection prior to entering the park. Entry / length of stay is at the sole discretion of Park Management. No window air conditioners, non-standard siding or other eye-sores are permitted. All electric and plumbing must be in serviceable condition.

Visitors must register at office upon arrival.  Visitor vehicle(s) need to park in designated visitor parking area (see map).  Visitors are to leave campground by 10:00 pm. Campers are responsible for the actions of their visitors and they must abide by Pine Lake’s Park Rules. 

Vehicles: Automobiles, RVs, motorcycles and registered motorized scooters are allowed for transportation only.  These vehicles are to remain on designated roadways and can only be operated by licensed drivers.  (1) Camping unit and (1) vehicle per site allowed without additional charge up to a maximum of two vehicles per site.  Additional vehicles may be parked in the RV storage area if arranged by the office. ($2 dollar extra per vehicle per day)

  • Vehicles must not be parked in the roadway or be subject to towing at any time!
  • No Golf Carts, ATVs, Go karts, dune buggies, dirt/mini bikes and unregistered motorized scooters are permitted to be used in the park at any time!
  • Scooters, skateboards, rollerblades are to be used in designated areas and only during daylight hours.  Helmets, kneepads and elbow pads are required.
  • No Pit Bulls, Rotweilers, German Shepherds, Dobermans or mixed breeds of such!!

Vehicle Washing:  Pay in advance for a permit at office. $5 per RV and $2 per car.

Bicycles are only allowed in designated areas (See map) during daylight hours.  Helmets are required for children under the age of 18 and are recommended for everyone.
 
Children:  An adult must accompany any child under 12 at all times when away from site! Drowning Hazard! Unsupervised children by the pond will result in your dismissal from park!

Conduct:  No drunkenness, open alcoholic containers or disorderly behavior will be tolerated.  Do not trespass on your neighbor's site. (Walk through empty sites or on pathways/streets only)

Trash:   Place garbage in a sealed plastic bag put in dumpsters located in back/front of park.

  • Absolutely no metal, large plastic, wooden and non-garbage items placed in dumpster!


 

 

Campfires:  Ground fires are prohibited except in authorized campfire areas.

Waste Water:  No grease, garbage, oil, chemicals, paper-towels or feminine articles in drains! These will damage the park's sewer systems and create an environmental hazard.

Restrooms/Showers:   No smoking, pets, dishes, or laundry allowed in the restrooms.

Pets: You must clean up after your pet!  Pets must be on a hand-held leashes at all times and not left unattended. Waste bags, available for sale at the front office, must be carried by owners while walking pets. Pet waste must be picked up immediately. A $25 fine and park eviction are penalties for failure to pick up after a pet or accumulation of waste at the campsite. Walk pets in designated areas only (see park map).   Occupants certify they have proof of current rabies vaccination. No pets allowed in any buildings or the lake area. Do not allow your pet to disturb your neighbors. We take our park cleanliness and quiet atmosphere seriously! 

Repairs or maintenance are absolutely prohibited on any site!

Orderliness: Your site is not a storage area! Keep it clean and orderly!  No tents, boxes, refrigerators, freezers, spas, or any other items are permitted to be stored outside! Store items in opaque plastic bins under trailers and out of sight OR purchase a trailer skirt to hide such items. Storage sheds conforming to park guidelines are permitted if approved by park manager in writing. No clothes lines permitted. Satellite dishes must be affixed to proper mounts only.

Attire: Proper and clean clothing and attire is required at all times using any Pine Lake facility.

Picnic Benches: Do not affix any object or use for storage or they will be removed from site.
Emergency telephone is located by office front door. Emergency phone numbers are:  Police, Fire, and Ambulance 911.  Campground contact is at Site 10.

 

513.13  Recreational vehicle parks; eviction; grounds; proceedings.--

(1)  The operator of any recreational vehicle park may remove or cause to be removed from such park, in the manner provided in this section, any transient guest of the park who, while on the premises of the park, illegally possesses or deals in a controlled substance as defined in chapter 893 or disturbs the peace and comfort of other persons; who causes harm to the physical park; or who fails to make payment of rent at the rental rate agreed upon and by the time agreed upon. The admission of a person to, or the removal of a person from, any recreational vehicle park shall not be based upon race, color, national origin, sex, physical disability, or creed.

(2)  The operator of any recreational vehicle park shall notify such guest that the park no longer desires to entertain the guest and shall request that such guest immediately depart from the park. Such notice shall be given in writing. If such guest has paid in advance, the park shall, at the time such notice is given, tender to the guest the unused portion of the advance payment. Any guest who remains or attempts to remain in such park after being requested to leave is guilty of a misdemeanor of the second degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082 or s. 775.083.

(3)  If a guest has accumulated an outstanding account in excess of an amount equivalent to three nights' rent at a recreational vehicle park, the operator may disconnect all utilities of the recreational vehicle and notify the guest that the action is for the purpose of requiring the guest to confront the operator or permittee and arrange for the payment of the guest's account. Such arrangement must be in writing, and a copy shall be furnished to the guest. Upon entering into such agreement, the operator shall reconnect the utilities of the recreational vehicle.

(4)  If any person is illegally on the premises of any recreational vehicle park, the operator of such park may call upon any law enforcement officer of this state for assistance. It is the duty of such law enforcement officer, upon the request of such operator, to place under arrest and take into custody for violation of this section any guest who violates subsection (1) or subsection (2) in the presence of the officer. If a warrant has been issued by the proper judicial officer for the arrest of any violator of subsection (1) or subsection (2), the officer shall serve the warrant, arrest the person, and take the person into custody. Upon arrest, with or without warrant, the guest is deemed to have given up any right to occupancy or to have abandoned the guest's right to occupancy of the premises of the recreational vehicle park; and the operator of the park shall employ all reasonable and proper means to care for any personal property left on the premises by such guest and shall refund any unused portion of moneys paid by such guest for the occupancy of such premises.

(5)  In addition to the grounds for eviction established by law, grounds for eviction may be established in a written lease agreement between a recreational vehicle park operator or permittee and a recreational vehicle park occupant.

History: ss. 11, 15, ch. 83-321; s. 12, ch. 84-182; s. 93, ch. 85-81; s. 132, ch. 91-224; ss. 24, 26, ch. 93-150.

 

 
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