Ohio River City Sets Regs for New RV Campground

February 6, 2012 by   - () Comments Off on Ohio River City Sets Regs for New RV Campground

Rules and regulations for Two Rivers RV Campground in Carrollton, Ky., were approved at a special Carrollton City Council meeting on Feb. 2.

The city plans to open the new campground in the spring, the Madison (Ind.) Courier reported. The city is located on the Ohio River midway between Cincinnati and Louisville.

The rules include:

  • Check-in time will be 2 p.m. and check-out time will be noon.
  • Quiet hours will be from 11 p.m. to 8 a.m.
  • The speed limit will be 5 mph in the campground. All vehicles must be driven on paved roadways and parked on either concrete pads or paved areas. Drivers of golf carts must be at least 16. No all-terrain vehicles, dirt bikes, gas- powered mopeds or scooters will be allowed.
  • Pets will be allowed, but there will be a maximum of two pets per site and owners must clean up after their pets and dispose of litter in the proper receptacles. Pets must be on a leash at all times, with a maximum leash length of 8 feet. Pets are not allowed in any buildings in the campground, unless the pet is a service animal. Pets must not disturb other guests and pets may not be left outside unattended, or left in any vehicle to continually bark.
  • Tents will be allowed but there can only be one tent per site.
  • Outside laundry lines or clothes hanging outside will not be allowed.
  • Generators cannot be used.
  • Sewer and water hookup must be properly fitted and supported to prevent leaks.
  • Only one recreational vehicle and one additional motor vehicle will be allowed per site. All vehicles have to remain on the concrete pad or paved areas. No vehicles can be on the grass or blocking common roadways. Non-recreational vehicles and trailers must use the front parking lot and moving from any assigned space must be authorized by the campground’s front office.
  • All visitors must register and park in the front parking lot, and visitors may be restricted during periods of high occupancy.
  • Washing any vehicles inside the campground will be prohibited.
  • All garbage must be stacked, tied and placed in the receptacle. Liquid waste cannot be dumped on the ground or in the receptacle.
  • No bicycles can be ridden after dark.
  • Ground fires must be in the fire rings.
  • There cannot be any public display of alcohol.
  • Firearms and fireworks are prohibited by local ordinances.
  • Cancellation must be done 24 hours before check-in time.
  • The campground management will have the right to evict without prior notice to anyone who creates a disturbance, nuisance or deliberately breaks any of the policies. Eviction will be immediate and without reimbursement of any camping fees.

The council authorized Mayor Gene McMurry to advertise for an independent contractor to provide oversight services for the campground. McMurry plans to place an advertisement stating the duties and responsibilities of the overseer. From the responses, he expects to know what an overseer will cost. The council hopes to find someone who wants to live at the campground for free and accept discounted pay for the work they do.

The council also authorized McMurry to enter into a contract with Gradient Shift Advertising and Web Design for a website for the campground. The invoice for designing the website stated the cost will be $1,750.


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