Rules & Regulations
The following rules and regulations are for all guests of Kissimmee RV park to preserve the park’s facilities and to ensure a pleasant guest experience. We ask each guest to comply with these rules and regulations in order to create a compatible community in which we can all be proud.
Emergencies: call 911 in any emergency: fire, police or ambulance.
Registration/checkout: We require each guest and visitor to register in the office upon entering the park. No changes of sites without management approval. All overnight guests must be registered and paid. Names must be available in case of emergency. Checkout time is 11 am. If you wish to stay additional nights, you must pay before 11 am. We cannot guarantee space if you decide to extend your stay. There is a late checkout charge.
Quiet hours: 10 pm until 8 am are quiet hours. Intoxication, under the influence of drugs, or improper conduct is not acceptable and will not be tolerated. Please realize that sound travels easily. We reserve the right to end any gathering that in our judgment disturbs quiet hours. A request to leave will be without refund.
Children: Guests and visitors with children are welcome.. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult and supervised. Please accompany small children to the restrooms. To operate a golf cart, a person must be over 16 and have a valid driver’s license. To play bingo, one must be at least 18 years of age.
Pets: Up to two pets are allowed, unless approved by management. Pets must be on leash and are not to be left unattended. Any pet left unattended on site and causing a disturbance will be removed by the dog warden, with any fees charged to the pet owner. Pets are not permitted in the rec. hall or common areas unless there is a special reason (for example, seeing eye dogs or hearing dogs). Guests and visitors are responsible for cleaning up after their pets immediately. Violators are subject to a fine. All pets must have updated shots. No “exotic” pets are permitted. Restricted breeds include but are not limited to: Akitas, Staffordshire Terriers, Doberman Pinchers, Huskies, Rottweilers, Chows, Presa Canarios, German Shepherds, all bulldog Breeds, Boerboels, Cane Corsos, Wolf-Hybrid, Great Danes, Malamutes and/or any dog that displays aggression.
Vehicles/speed limit: The maximum speed limit is 10 miles per hour. Vehicles must be operated in a safe, courteous, and cautious manner at all times. Pedestrians, golf carts, and bicycles have the right of way. Please do not drive or park on patios. No unlicensed vehicles can be left on sites. Only two vehicles are allowed per site. Mini-bikes and motorcycles may not be driven in the park, except for entering and exiting the park.
Vehicle repair and maintenance: Repairing of automobiles, trucks, trailers, RV’s, boats or similar equipment is not permitted in the park. Oil changing is not allowed. RV washing is permitted upon request.
Bicycles: Bicycles may be driven only on the streets, and pedestrians always have the right of way. Bicycles and golf carts must be equipped with lights after dark. The use of helmets is required for all cyclists under the age of 16 by Florida Law.
Pool: There is no lifeguard on duty. Pool use will be at the risk of guests and visitors. Pool rules as required by the Florida Health Department must be observed. No children under 16 years of age will be allowed in the pool without adult supervision (21 years of age). No persons incontinent or children in diapers are permitted in pool. Disposable swim pants (“Little Swimmers” by Huggies) permitted for toddlers.
Fires: No campfires are allowed within the park. Charcoal or propane grills with screens may be used for cooking.
Firearms/Fireworks: You have the right to bear arms but not on our property. No firearms or fireworks are allowed in the park.
Laundry: Washing machines and clothes dryers are conveniently located throughout the park. Do not leave laundry unattended. No clotheslines, temporary or permanent, are allowed on sites.
Photography: We reserve the right to photograph activities, events and any person within the park.
Open containers: No alcoholic beverages are allowed while driving golf carts or in common areas (pool, hall, roadways, grounds, etc).
Signage: No advertising in windows or on your site is allowed, including RV or camper “for sale” signs.
Garbage/sanitation: Trash will be placed in a plastic bag and taken to the dumpster for disposal. Do not leave your trash outside.
Sewer hoses: You must have a positive seal around sewer hose connection to avoid odor. Absolutely no storing or dumping of hazardous liquids on ground or in sewer.
Site maintenance: Please keep your site neat and free of clutter with no inside furniture outside, debris, appliances, coolers or trash. Any decks, sunrooms, or other structures must be approved by management and to local code. Boats and trailers must be placed in storage. Please do not park any motorized vehicles on the patio. All skirting of units must be vinyl and no plastic sheds are allowed.
Planting of shrubs: Do not dig prior to receiving management’s permission. You will be responsible to damage of underground utilities.
Smoking: Smoking is not permitted in any building.
Right to change: Management reserves the right to change these rules at their discretion without notice.
Management shall make every effort to enforce the rules and regulations equally and promptly. However, guests and visitors agree that enforcement is a private matter between management and visitor/guest. The enforcement or lack thereof, will not result in any damage or claim by any guest/visitor against the campground or management, or constitute a waiver of the campground’s right to enforce the Rules & Regulations.
The following rules and regulations are for all guests of Kissimmee RV park to preserve the park’s facilities and to ensure a pleasant guest experience. We ask each guest to comply with these rules and regulations in order to create a compatible community in which we can all be proud. There are additional rules & regulations that apply to stays of one month or later.