1. All advertising must be truthful.
2. An attendant must be readily available during
normal working hours.
3. Campsites shall be numbered and provided with
picnic table, parking space, and space for a
tent, trailer or motorhome.
4. All charges for services must be prominently
5. The campground must be managed in a
courteous, helpful manner.
6. A reasonable curfew hour shall be enforced
7. Restroom and shower facilities must be
available on a 24-hour basis except for periods
when they are closed for cleaning or
When camping, it is not unusual to have friends
come for a visit or even stay overnight. Many
campers are confused when the campground charges
a fee. You may think, “Haven’t I paid for my
space?” It is not that our campground owners do
not want visitors; it is simply that the
facilities can only handle so many people.
Excess people cause strain on restrooms, pools,
and other facilities. They cause extra utility
expenses which must be paid for. Who should pay
for all this? You, the camper? No, the visitor.
Please advise all visitors that they may be
charged a fee for use of the campground
Tens of millions of ash trees have been lost to the Emerald Ash Borer, which usually kills ash trees within 3-4 years of infestation. Larvae of this beetle feed in the tissues under the bark of ash trees (Fraxinus spp.), causing the girdling and death of branches and entire trees. Currently, emerald ash borer can be found in Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, Lawrence, and Mercer, and Westmoreland Counties in the west and Mifflin County in the central part of the state. The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture has imposed quarantine in those seven counties. The quarantine is designed to help slow the spread of the beetle. One of the most important things we can do to protect trees is stop moving invasive pests and diseases to new areas on firewood. It’s really that simple ’ don’t move firewood, and keep trees healthy and alive. Check out the following websites to see what you can do to help prevent the spread of the disease.
www.dontmovefirewood.com / dcnr.state.pa.us/forestry/fpm_invasives_EAB.aspx