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Thank you for joining us at Woodland Creek RV Park! We hope that you’ll have fun, create memories, and make the most of your time with us. While you’re here, please take a look at the rules and guidelines below. These park policies help keep our guests, staff, and wildlife safe. 

 

Safety First! 

Woodland Creek is a welcoming, peaceful, and fun place for people to stay. However, we humans are just visitors on the land, while the wildlife here calls this place home. It’s important to respect the land and the animals that live on it. 

 

You may spot animals such as deer, wild hogs, raccoons, opossums, an occasional snake, insects and other wildlife during your stay. Don’t feed the local wildlife, and be sure to let them have their space. 

 

As with any natural setting, there are inherent potential hazards.  Be advised that this area is home to a creek that can swell, flow quickly, and cross onto the property during rainy weather. The banks of the creek can be steep and become slick giving way without warning.  Roads and walkways can also become flooded and flow quickly, so watch your step near the creek and when rains occur, and keep a close eye on children and pets.  The ground may be uneven, have potholes or exposed roots.  Trees are abundant here and branches or trees could fall.  Any of these hazards could potentially cause damage to vehicles, injury or death.

 

Take note of wild vegetation, including poison ivy, and poison oak. If you’re not sure whether or not a plant may be harmful – don’t touch! It’s better to be safe than sorry. 

 

Have fun while using the pool and surrounding area, but always put safety first. Children should be supervised in and around the pool. 

 

Other Park Policies 

Observing our park policies can help ensure a safe, fun, and enjoyable getaway, both for you and for your fellow campers. Here are a few things that you need to know. 

  • Sewer Hook-Ups: Sewer lines must be attached with the proper plastic sewer elbow or rubber donut.  And PLEASE, only flush toilet paper.  Baby wipes, paper towels, etc. clog the septic system. Clean and store sewer hoses properly.
  • Vehicles: Please keep your vehicles in your assigned area. You may be charged if your vehicle is found parked outside of its designated area. Park and drive on concrete surfaces only.  One RV and two additional vehicles are allowed per site except for sites designated with only one parking space.
  • RV’s:  All RVs must be fully operational, well-kept, and in good condition. RV’s 10 years or older must be approved by park management. All RV’s are subject to be declined entry based on overall aesthetics, regardless of age, and is at the discretion of the park manager.
  • Laundry: We provide washing machines and dryers for your convenience. Please do not hang clothing, swimwear or other items where visible.  Items not intended for the laundry machines, including pet bedding or items that could clog or damage the machines, are not allowed. User is liable for damage.
  • Waste: Place closed trash bags by the road in front of your campsite 7:30AM – 11:00AM (varmints can scatter trash if left overnight).  Our staff will remove it for you.  Limit trash to normal household items to avoid overloading dumpster.  Please help us keep the park clean and beautiful… place all trash, cigarette butts and other litter in proper containers. Dump gray and black water in the septic system only.  Place pet waste only in pet trash bins.
  • Camp Fires: Woodland Creek observes strict fire restrictions to keep guests and property safe. Please use caution while enjoying the on-site fire pits, and do not leave fires unattended. No fires during dry conditions and/or wind speeds greater than 10 mph. Fires are to be kept inside fire pits and grills only. Please be sure your fire is completely extinguished before you retire for the evening or leave the park.
  • Pets: We welcome pets here at Woodland Creek and hope you enjoy the use of our dog park (coming soon) (one for smaller breeds and one for larger breeds). Clean-up after pets in your care is enforced. Pets are not allowed in any buildings or the pool area.  All pets must remain indoors overnight and must be current with their immunizations. Pets must be well-behaved and kept on a leash and not left unattended. No aggressive breeds and no more than 2 common household pets (e.g., cats and dogs) may be kept on any site.  No other types of animals shall be kept. Pets should not be an annoyance (barking continually). Place pet waste in pet trash bins only.  A $25 fine could result per occurrence if violated. 
  • Quiet Hours: It doesn’t mean you need to turn in for the night!  But, they are observed from 10:30 p.m. to 8:00 a.m.  Regardless, please be respectful of your fellow campers and limit noise to your site. 
  • Check-In / Check-Out:  Check-In 3:00 p.m.  Check-Out 11:00 a.m.  If available, we offer priority check in between 1:00 p.m – 3:00 p.m. for $20 and/or extended stay until 1:00 p.m. for an additional $20.  No arrivals past 9:00 p.m.
  • Swimming Pool (coming 2023): Children, 13 and under, must be accompanied and supervised by an adult over 18 at all times. Diapers must be approved swim diapers. Only bathing suits permitted in pool. NO lifeguard on duty – swim at your own risk. Pool is open from 10 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. seasonally.  Baby pools and/or hot tubs at sites are not allowed.
  • Speed limit: 5 MPH. Help us keep the kids safe.
  • Photographs: Entrance onto the campground property constitutes permission for the staff of Woodland Creek RV Park to photograph visitors while on the premises, and to use any resulting pictures for any lawful purpose without compensation to the visitor.
  • Registered Guests: You are responsible for your children and guests at all times. All children under age 13 must be accompanied and supervised by an adult over 18 at all times.  Rates are based on four guests per site.  Additional guests are $5 per person, per night.  No more than eight people per site.
  • Visitors: Visitors of guests using the facilities must pay a $5 entrance fee.
  • Conduct: We’re a family friendly park… no explicit language or images. Loud, obnoxious, disorderly, boisterous, violent, unlawful conduct or conduct that disturbs or threatens the rights, comfort, or convenience of others in or near the property will not be tolerated. Guests exhibiting these behaviors will be asked to leave.
  • Firearms: No display or discharge of a gun, knife, bow and arrow, or other weapon allowed on premises.
  • Fireworks: Fireworks of all kinds are prohibited.
  • No Smoking: NO smoking in any buildings, porches, or pool area.
  • Alcohol: Responsible alcohol use is permitted by guests of legal age. Alcohol must remain at your campsite.  Public intoxication is strictly prohibited.
  • Drug Use: The possession, distribution or manufacture of illegal drugs or drug paraphernalia in the park property will not be tolerated.
  • Damage: Damage or destruction of any property will be paid by the individual(s) or the parent or guardian of the one(s) responsible for the damage.  Cutting of or damaging trees and plants is prohibited.
  • Payments: We accept debit cards, MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express. We do not accept checks. Full payment is due and processed at the time of booking.
  • Refunds: Cancel 10 days or more in advance of your booked stay: Full refund minus a $25 processing fee.  Cancel 9 days or less in advance of your booked stay: 50% refund.  Refunds not granted due to weather or nature.  No credits issued toward future stays.
  • Security: The entrance security gate will be closed from dusk to dawn.  Registered guests will be given a security code to enter and exit the park after hours.
  • Severe Weather: In the event of severe weather, please seek shelter. Our shower, laundry and office buildings are rated to withstand up to 135 mph windspeeds (EF2 tornado).  The shower rooms have no windows.
  • Freezing Conditions:  Woodland Creek RV Park asks your assistance in maintaining water at all RV sites during freezing weather conditions.  Our hydrants, when connected to the camper/RV, can freeze and break. Simply shutting off the hydrant with a connected hose does NOT allow the water to drain down the pipe to prevent freezing.  During freezing conditions, only connect a water hose to the hydrant when needed or to fill the freshwater tank in the camper/RV.  Please ensure the water hose is DISCONNECTED from the hydrant when not in immediate use and that the hydrant is turned off.  RV site guests that decide to keep water hoses connected to the hydrant will be responsible for damage caused by frozen hydrants and pipes.
  • Appearance Guidelines: Outside storage of personal items is not allowed. Please keep your RV site neat and tidy. No permanent items allowed, including but not limited to sheds, freezers/refrigerators, fencing, decks, tarps, dog kennels, pens, or dog runs.  Exterior should be free of duct tape, repair tape, excessive caulk, etc.  No flags allowed except for American, Texas and military flags.
  • Repairs: Request permission from park management prior to repairs of vehicles or RV on park property.
  • RV Washing: To conserve water, extended-stay guests may wash their rig once per month using a shut-off sprayer nozzle.  Daily and weekly guests may use a washing service provided they supply their own water (please notify management prior to service).
  • Tents: Tents are not allowed in the RV park.
  • Motorized Devices: The operation of motorized ATVs, four-wheelers, minibikes, or unlicensed motorized vehicles are prohibited.

Indemnification 

Campers and customers, either or both, indemnifies and holds harmless Woodland Creek RV Park, LLC (dba Woodland Creek RV Park), their employees, contractors, agents and/or owners for any adverse encounter, injury, harm or like that they, and/or their guests, agents, invitees, contractors or like have and/or experience related to the campground, property or surrounding properties. Woodland Creek RV Park, LLC (dba Woodland Creek RV Park), their employees, contractors, agents and/or owners are not responsible for damage to vehicles and/or personal property due to falling limbs, trees, creek flooding, theft, and/or vandalism.

Have Questions? 

If you have questions about any of our park policies, we’d be happy to answer them. Feel free to talk to one of our staff members, or visit our Contact Us page to ask for more information.