Property Guidelines


rules and best practices
Each tenant must enter a code in order to gain access. When entering or exiting the facility, do not follow or allow any vehicle to follow you in or out of the gates.
Hitch / Stabilizer pads are required for all RV’s & Trailers (No Metal on Pavement).
A minimum of two wheels must have chock blocks on all Vehicles & Trailers.
Trailer Hitch Anti-Theft Locks are recommended/encouraged.
Secure all Tire, Vehicle, and Trailer covers with straps.
Propane must be turned off at the source.
Slides, stairs, steps, ladders, and awnings must be stored when not in use.
Washing Vehicles & Trailers is only permitted in wash bays.
All property must be stored inside your RV/Trailer. No storage is allowed directly on the pavement or under your RV/Trailer.
When using Dump Station/Wash Bay, please pull forward to the farthest spot, allowing access for other guests.
Only minor RV repairs are allowed - contact the office to discuss repairs before any work commences.
Only tenant-operated vehicles are allowed inside the gates.
paved lot


When you store your RV, do not leave the shades completely closed. Keep your translucent daytime blinds partially up, allowing some sunlight to enter the rig. If you have a leak and you have your nighttime shades drawn, mold will flourish; it loves a dark, damp environment, so keeping them fully closed can make mold worse than it would otherwise be.

It is a good idea to turn off all electrical when you store the RV, by using a battery disconnect switch. Doing so will keep your battery from being drained while your rig is in storage, so you will not discover the battery died while it was stored. Ensure your battery is fully charged before you do this, especially in colder weather.

If your rig has solar power, our uncovered spaces are ideal!

The temperature and length of time the RV will be stored for are key players in this. If it is not cold and it will not be stored for too long, you can simply flush out the tanks, then add about 1/4 of a tank of water to keep everything from drying out. When you flush it out, using bleach is a good way to make sure everything is disinfected and nothing is lurking in the plumbing that can start growing while the RV is stored. If the RV may be around freezing temperatures when stored, flush all water out of the plumbing system and add some antifreeze to the pipes and waste tanks. This video has some methods for how winterizing your RV, which will give you a more in-depth look at how to prepare your plumbing.