General Resort Guidelines – Rules and Regulations
We’ve established the following general Bouvier Bridge RV Resort guidelines to help ensure your safety and your enjoyment, while in our resort and the same to our other guests. Those who choose not to observe these guidelines can be asked to leave our resort without any form of refund.
10 mph. Please observe our speed limit to ensure the safety of all our guests. Remember…children are playing!
10 p.m. to 8 a.m.
Only one (1) RV is allowed per campsite.
Guests are responsible for all behavior of children. All children under the age of 14 years must be accompanied by an adult 18 years or older.
SAFETY AFTER DARK:
In order to ensure safety after dark, please carry a flashlight.
Please place all garbage next to your site’s number. We go around a few times a day to pick up trash. Recycle containers for paper, plastic, and aluminum are available at each dumpster site.
Keep on leashes or inside and do not leave unattended. No excessive barking allowed. Pets must be walked by a responsible person to pick up after them immediately. Pets are not allowed in or near the pool.
No Lifeguard is on Duty. Children under 14 must be supervised by an adult (18 years or older). Anyone behaving in an unsafe or destructive manner will be removed from the pool area.
Your visitors are always welcome at Bouvier Bridge RV Resort, provided they register at our main office. Registered guests and their visitors are expected to read and adhere to all campground guidelines. Guidelines are presented at the time of check-In. All your visitors must leave the resort by 10 p.m.
Only one vehicle per site. Please park all other vehicles in main parking lot.
Vehicles and RV’s are not permitted in the park. You may check with the local listings for businesses that provide these services.
VIOLATION OF THESE GUIDELINES:
Grounds for ejection from the park without refund.
FORMS OF PAYMENTS:
We accept all Major Credit Cards, cash, or money orders. Sorry, no checks.
RV RESORT POLICIES
OTHER CAMPSITE GUIDELINES
- Ground Disposal of any drain water (gray or black) is prohibited by State Law. Wastewater from RVs (including sink water) must be disposed of into sewer drains. Do not put grease down the sewer.
Sewer connections are required by state law and must have a tight seal by a sewer donut (or sewer ring) or a screw-type connector.