Read PASS CREEK PARK RULES 11-16-2012 text version


541-942-3281 Pass Creek Park is located off Interstate 5 at the Curtin Interchange, the gateway to Southern Oregon and the Coastal area. Pass Creek Park is named after the creek that runs through the middle of the park. The lake is man-made and is DEEP and NOT suitable for swimming or boating. Parents are CAUTIONED to keep children away from the lake unless accompanied by an adult. There is a Pavilion available in the day use area that can be reserved for special events through the park office at 541-957-7001 between the hours of 10:00 am and 2:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Pavilion Rental: $50.00. A $10.00 non-refundable reservation fee applies to pavilion reservations, modifications or cancellations. (30) full hook-up sites: $23.00 per night; non hook-up sites available: $15.00 per night. A $2.00 discount applies to Douglas County residents. Cancellation Policy: Pavilion ­ 1 week prior to arrival date. A $10 modification fee will be applied for changes. A $10 cancellation fee applies to all reservations or no-shows without one week notice. Our camp rules are: Pass Creek Park wishes to maintain camping on a first come, first served basis. This means physical presence is required to register for a campsite. By physical presence, we mean the person who is to occupy the site must be present, with his or her camping unit, ready to physically occupy the site. CAMPSITE ­ A physical site that will accommodate one camping unit and one operational tow vehicle per campsite. A camping unit is defined as any unit that is used for sleeping, such as a motorhome, 5th wheel, tent, van, pickup with canopy or camper. An operational tow vehicle is either a vehicle being towed or the vehicle towing the camping unit. In non hook-up sites, a small tent is permitted to accompany the primary camping unit in the campsite. A small tent is defined as a tent designed to be occupied by two or three people. Any larger tents must be placed in another non hook-up site and pay the appropriate fees. Sleeping bags are not permitted outside the camping unit. Any vehicles other than tow vehicles are considered extra vehicles and must park in the day use parking and pay the extra vehicle fee if they spend the night. Check out time is 1:30. If you plan to stay another night, please pay the Caretaker by this time. Fires are allowed in designated areas only. Camp stoves may be used in established campsites. Firewood must be kept in a neatly stacked pile. Do not leave a fire or lit portable stove unattended. Discharging of firearms is prohibited at any time within the campground. BE GOOD NEIGHBORS and keep your camp neat, clean and orderly. Deposit trash in the containers provided and leave your campsite as clean as you found it. All pets must be kept on a leash. Please do not permit your animal to run loose, disturb other park users, or the wildlife. Please clean up after your pet. QUIET TIME will be considered from 10:00 pm until 7:00 am in the morning. During this time please be considerate of your neighbors. Please keep your pets quiet, do not run generators, play music, or engage in loud behavior. All vehicles, including trail bicycles will travel and park within the designated roads and parking areas and will maintain a speed limit of 10 miles per hour or less. Camper stay limits: May 15 to September 15, ten days out of every fourteen. September 16 to May 14, fourteen days out of every eighteen. You are invited to visit the numerous other park areas maintained for your pleasure throughout the county. If you have enjoyed your stay in our park, or if you have any suggestions as to how your stay could have been more enjoyable, you are urged to write us with your comments. Please return your comments to the Park Caretaker or mail to: Douglas County Park Department 1036 SE Douglas Avenue Rm #116 Roseburg, OR 97470

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