Most if not all campgrounds set some rules and regulations for every guests and campers to make your camping experience safe and worthwhile. These rules were made to prevent unnecessary accidents, preserve nature, and to promote relaxing outdoor experience to all visitors.
As with every large group, rules have to be put in place to promote a conducive environment for the co-existence of all campers within the campgrounds. Wether seasoned or novice campers, you are assured to have an enjoyable and peaceful stay if you are willingly open minded to follow these sets of rules.
When camping, The fundamental rule is to respect the set rules provided by any given campsites. There is a maximum number of people allowed per campsite or even the number of pets allowed. With regards to your stay at our campgrounds, be sure to:
Set Up Camp in Established Places
It might seem like common sense but setting up camp isn't second nature to everyone.
There are areas in campgrounds that have been set aside for the sole purpose of building camp sites. Where established, do not try to alter these sites and create sites of your own. Simply set up your tent to your designated camping slots only.
Avoid Setting Camp in Unpredictable Places
When we say unpredictable, these are places within a campground where campers must not pitch their tents because it poses high risks or danger. These refer to unestablished grounds such as muddy, landslide prone areas, and river streams. Setting camp in the middle or beside a river can pose high risk of getting into a dangerous situation such as flash floods. These can happen without warning and most of the time causing tragic accident.
Be Mindful & Adhere To Posted Speed Limits
Please be mindful when driving towards your designated camping areas within the site. Also take extra care when negotiating through muddy terrain to avoid getting stuck. Keep your speed slow, the campgrounds are public areas set for recreation and are therefore filled with children playing or riding bikes and people walking their dogs.
It is imperative that these limits are obeyed as exceeding them can mean life or death for you and fellow campers. Other than endangering lives, you may also end up kicking up dust against other campers.
Just keep it slow and you'll be good to go.
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All About Camping
All About Camping is an integrated camping magazines that aims to share and promote responsible camping in the Philippines. The postings talks about different aspect of outdoor recreation including product reviews and features of selected campgrounds owned and operated by Windfarm Group.
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