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Know the Rules

To ensure every visitor has an enjoyable experience, it is important that everyone follow the rules for using recreation sites and trails.

Safety and Etiquette Camping & Day Use

  • Enjoy your stay for as many as 14 consecutive days
  • Do not build long-term structures without permission
  • Return your site to its natural condition before leaving
  • Competitive commercial or group use requires permission
  • Pay camping and other service fees to recreation site operator if applicable
  • Do NOT hold campsites, or leave personal property unattended.

Drive Cautiously

  • Roads are often used by visitors as paths and play areas
  • Maximum speed is 20km/h
  • Do not drive over vegetation
  • Always wear a helmet when riding bikes, dirt bikes and ATVs
  • Idle your motor bike or ATV in and out of the campsite

Courtesy

  • Respect the peace and quiet of others
  • Keep your noise to a minimum including music and generators, at all times
  • Obey designated quiet time: 11pm - 7am

Garbage

  • You pack it in, you pack it out
  • Do not litter
  • Deposit garbage in container if provided
  • Do not empty your holding tank or dump garbage in toilet
  • Do not leave personal property unattended
  • Unclaimed property will be removed after 24 hours

Campfires

  • Keep your campfires small and in the rings provided
  • Do not light campfires during strong winds
  • Do not cut trees or remove wood from the site
  • Attend your campfires at all times
  • Extinguish before you leave

Parking

  • Park in designated areas
  • Keep roads clear; do not block traffic

Pets

  • Keep your pets quiet and under control at all times

Safety & Hunting

  • Do not discharge firearms, bows, crossbows, or set traps
  • Do not deposit game entrails on the site.
  • Do not discharge fireworks.

IN CASE OF A FOREST FIRE PHONE 1-800-663-5555

Violation of any of the above rules may result in a charge and/or order to vacate under the authority of the Forest and Range Practices Act