Park Etiquette

We are pleased to have you as our guest. So that all of our guests enjoy and have a safe stay please observe the following etiquette:

REGISTRATION – All campers & visitors MUST register at the office prior to occupancy of campsite. Check In is 1pm and check out is 12pm unless other arrangements are made. Sorry, no refunds for early departures.

SITE OCCUPANCY – is limited to one tow vehicle and one sleeping vehicle or tent per site, 4 people with a max of 6. There is a fee for extra vehicles/people.

MOTORCYCLES OR MOTORBIKES – may not be ridden around the park.

QUIET HOURS – This is a family park and our SILENT hour is 11pm. Inside voices starting at 10pm. Please be courteous to other campers, no loud music or generators at any time and no loud conversation before 8am or after 10pm. If adjacent guests can hear you during quiet hours, you are being too loud.

CHILD SUPERVISION – Parental supervision is mandatory when your child is around the playground, pond area or swimming pool. Parents are responsible for their children’s actions, behavior & safety. All children & teenagers are required to be in their campsite by 10pm.

SWIMMING POOL – hours are 9am to DUSK, NO LIFEGUARD. Children under 14 years old not allowed in the pool area without a parent.

CAMPFIRES – are only allowed in authorized containers which are available at the office. Always keep your campfire low, with flames no more than a few inches over the top of the barrel. DO NOT LEAVE FIRE UNATTENDED! Put it out when you go to bed. Do not leave children unattended near your fire. Remember the next day embers can still cause severe burns. Fire wood is for sale at the store. Wood gathering is not permitted in the park or on neighboring property. During hot, dry and/or windy days campfires may not be allowed. Please check with office daily.

FIREARMS – Not allowed. Fireworks not allowed. Paintball guns not allowed.

TREES & TABLES – Please don’t pound nails in or carve on any of our trees or tables. Please don’t set your barbecue on the table when in use.

REPAIRS – No automotive repairs are allowed in the park.

DOGS – must be on leash at all times. When you leave your site please put your dog in your trailer or take with you. Dogs left outside on a leash tend to bark at all strangers. Most importantly, please pick up all your dog poop. Other guest don’t need to smell, let alone step in, your dog’s poop.

TRAILERS/RV’S – no discharging of septic tank or gray water onto the ground or creek. Parties failing to comply may be evicted without refund. Please level RV’s with blocks, do not dig holes.

WE ARE ON SEPTIC – Please do not flush anything other than human waste and toilet paper down your RV’s or our toilets. No, wipes, paper towels, tampons or anything else can go down the toilet please. A stopped up toilet will ruin the entire campground’s experience so please be mindful. Please do not put wipes of any kind, Pine-Sol, Aqua Kem, Dry Kem, TKO Original, Thetford Blackwater Odor Control, Thetford Tissue digester, TST or T-5 into our sewer. These products (formaldehyde based) are very destructive to our septic system. and my cause your hookup to back up into your unit or onto your site.

OTHER ITEMS OF NOTE

  • Goat’s Meadow and Coyote Country are water-only sites. Please do not allow any of your group to plug in anywhere, even if you see an outlet. There are permanent residents who live adjacent to the camping area and THEY have to pay for their own electricity. So, plugging in to any outlet is theft.
  • Please do not allow any of your group to trespass into the private home or other guests’ areas. It is very obvious where the boundaries of these areas are.
  • We ask that you please bag all of your trash and pick up the grounds before leaving. Our grounds keepers are not there to pick up people’s messes but only to empty the garbage cans and pick up the few things patrons may have dropped by accident.
  • The pond needs to be kept clean as well. No littering the pond please. Anyone caught littering will immediately be asked to leave the premises.
  • Please respect the animals. Abuse will not be tolerated and anyone caught abusing the animals will immediately be asked to leave the premises.
  • Please obey all traffic signs which include speed limits (no faster than walking speed) and one-way signs. The roads in the park are generally all one way.
  • The pool is for the entire park and the capacity is 20 people in the pool, no more. Please be mindful of the fact that if 20 of your group are in the pool, nobody else in the park can enjoy it. Please be courteous.
  • No glass allowed around the pool.
  • The bathrooms have the capacity for 7 people including 2 people in the showers. Please wait outside the bathrooms for someone to leave prior to entering if there are already 7 people inside.
  • Please remove anything brought into the bathrooms when you leave the bathrooms. Nothing is to be left in the showers. For example, soap, shampoo bottles etc…
  • Please have anyone pick up any towels or toilet paper that they may have dropped on the bathroom floor. Do not leave dropped items for staff to have to clean up. This is extra work and will be charged for.
  • Please make sure that anyone in your group cleans up after themselves wherever they go to ensure that every guest in the park has the same clean experience. The park personnel obviously clean the bathrooms often and regularly but it becomes impossible to pick up after each person in time for the next guest if the park is full.
  • No violence of any kind will be tolerated and local authorities will be contacted immediately.
  • No public drunkenness of any kind will be tolerated and local authorities will be contacted immediately.
  • No drugs will be tolerated and local authorities will be contacted immediately.
  • No theft will be tolerated and local authorities will be contacted immediately.
  • No vandalism will be tolerated and local authorities will be contacted immediately.
  • No trespassing will be tolerated and local authorities will be contacted immediately.
  • The Town of Valley Center does not allow amplifiers outdoors.
  • Woods Valley doesn’t allow spot lights because it blinds emergency personnel or sheriff’s patrols that occur on a regular basis.
  • Guests must not violate any local, state or federal law while on Woods Valley Kampground premises.

We strive to make sure that each of our guests enjoy a pleasurable stay in the park. We provide clean surroundings and amenities associated with each site. The rules above are to ensure that our small staff has the ability to keep up with simple cleaning and maintenance and doesn’t have to compensate for any inconsiderate behavior by any of our guests. Woods Valley staff expects all of our patrons to maintain common courtesies between each other in the spirit of courtesy and cooperation.

Thank you and please feel free to email or call with any questions,

Marc & Dawn