Park Rules

Cancellations/changes made 48 hrs or fewer hours prior to the scheduled arrival day will result in the forfeiture of a one night camping fee, plus your $8.85 (+HST) reservation fee which is non refundable.  The one night fee will be charged to your credit card.

For seasonal campers, please refer to your agreement for cancellation policy.

Loud Noise - disturbing other persons
Be considerate. Please keep the volume of your music, voices and other noises to a reasonable level. Interfering with anyone else's use or enjoyment of a park, day or night, is not only inconsiderate - it is also contrary to park regulations. Quiet hours are enforced 24 hours a day. 

Alcoholic Beverages
Charlottenburgh Park does permit the drinking of beer, wine and other spirits , but only on a registered campsite. Drinking, or the possession of an open alcoholic beverage container in any other park area is against the law. 
Note: You should check with your campground for the dates and parks affected by any alcohol bans. 

Camping and Vehicle Permits
You must have a permit to camp or use your vehicle at Charlottenburgh Park. A Camping Permit authorizes one vehicle and up to three pieces of shelter equipment per site. Only one tent trailer, house trailer or self-propelled camping unit can be used in combination with two other pieces of shelter equipment, i.e. tent, dining shelter or tarp. 

Changing Your Site
In order to change sites, you must first enquire which sites are available for your length of stay. DO NOT set up camp until your permits have been confirmed and physically changed by the Gate staff. 

Extending Your Length of Stay
To extend your stay, you must renew your permit at the registration office prior to Check-Out time on departure day (1 p.m. for campsites or 11.00 a.m. for cabins), providing the site has no reservations. Site specific reservations do take priority. 

Shortening Your Length of Stay/Refund
To shorten your stay, you must do so at the registration office prior to 1 p.m. on the day of your departure. No refunds for early departures during minimum stay periods. 

Check-In / Check-Out Times
Campsite Check-in: 2:00 PM
Campsite Check-out: 1:00 PM  (Cabin Check - Out is 11:00 AM)

Additional Vehicles
There is a a maximum of two vehicles allowed on each site.  Only 1 vehicle is included in the price of your reservation.  Each additional vehicle requires a permit pass. Every park designates a number of spaces and campsites for additional vehicles. Check for availability in advance with the park. 

Vehicles may be parked in designated areas only. 

Unlicensed Motor Vehicles, All Terrain Vehicles
ATV's, off-road motorcycles or any other unlicensed vehicles cannot be used within Charlottenburgh Park 

Bicycles are allowed on roads only. 

Park Resources
Please help us to protect the park so that everyone may enjoy its beauty. Our parks are full of interesting and precious vegetation, wildlife, natural earth features and archeological and historical sites. Remember, it is against the law to remove or destroy anything at Charlottenburgh Park. 

Pets must be controlled and on a leash of less than 2 metres. Pets are not allowed in cabins. They are also not allowed in swimming and beach areas or areas adjacent to these locations. 
NOTE: You must clean up after your pet at all times.

Campfires are permitted in designated areas only. Never leave a fire unattended. Please be careful with fires at all times. 

Hours of Closing/Visitors
Only registered campers may remain in the campgrounds during the posted hours of closing - 9:00 p.m. - 8:00 a.m. 

Number of People per Site
A maximum of six people or a single family (of parents and children under the age of 18 years). 

Please have regard for the condition of your campsite. Deposit all of your garbage and litter in the containers provided and leave your campsite in a clean and natural state. 

Fireworks are prohibited. 

Firearms are prohibited. 

Hunting is prohibited. 

The waterfront is unsupervised at Charlottenburgh Park.  Swim at your own risk. Never swim alone or in unmarked areas. Use the buddy system. Watch children and non-swimmers at all times. (A more detailed brochure is available). 

Boating, Water-skiing, Jet-skiing, etc.
Act safely and in accordance with the regulations when boating, water-skiing, jet- skiing, etc. All water crafts are forbidden in the swimming zones and in areas directly adjacent to the swimming zones. 

Leaving Vehicles or Boats Unattended
Your vehicle or boat should never be unattended, except in an area designated for that purpose or by the permission of the Park Manager of Charlottenburgh Park. 

Smoking is forbidden in any of the Raisin Region Conservation Authority buildings.

Sales of Goods and Services
Only authorized concessionaires are permitted to sell goods and services in Charlottenburgh Park.

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