Rules

  1. 1. Check-in and check-out times
    Check-in begins at 2:00 pm. Check-out by 10:00 am.
  2. 2. Parking
    Two parking spots are provided for each four-bedroom cottage. One parking spot is provided for each two-bedroom and three-bedroom cottage. If more than the allotted space is needed, it will be necessary for our guests to use parking by the washrooms. Boat and trailer parking is permitted only by the washrooms. Illegally parked vehicles will be towed at owner's expense.
  3. 3. Children
    We love to have children as guests; a playground is provided for their enjoyment. A child is any person under the age of 18. You are responsible for the actions and safety of your children, and other children who are under your supervision. All children must obey the curfew of 11:00 pm and must be in their cottages or accompanied by a parent. No child may be left in the campground without a responsible adult supervising him. No unsupervised children in restrooms, on the beach or playground.
  4. 4. Use of cottages, contents & equipment
    Guests are asked to treat cottages, contents and equipment as if they were their own. Normal wear and tear is to be expected. We will be forced to charge extra for an excessive abuse or destruction.
    Place all trash in a dumpster located by the washrooms. This will keep the place clean and enjoyable for everyone. Guests are responsible for themselves, their children, visitors and pets along with the cleanliness of their cottages. No smoking in the cottages! No playing of sports is permitted around cottages; play them on the field by the campsites only.
  5. 5. Pets
    Pets are allowed in the cottages. . They must be leashed and are NOT allowed on the beach, playground or in the buildings. Please remember to use Fido's 'pooper scooper'! Please, note that in case of not following this rule, your pet will not be allowed on the property anymore. We charge an additional $20 cleaning fee per cottage.
  6. 6. Excessive noise
    All guests have the right to enjoy their cottages in relative peace and quiet without interference from excessive noise, yelling or loud music from neighbors. Music, TV, voice or other socializing sounds should be kept to the minimum volume level possible. A rule of thumb is, “if at any time, voices or music can clearly be heard from the office, it is too loud”. During quiet time from 11 pm to 8:00am, all radios, stereos, and all other loud equipment must be turned off. No music is permitted to be played or broadcast at any time outside. Excessive noise, any public intoxication, rude language, fighting and causing any kind of disturbances will not be tolerated and may terminate your stay without refund.
  7. 7. Any visitors allowed from management
    We will charge:
    $ 5.00 per person per day;
    $ 3.00 per child per day
    All visitors must register at the office and leave before 10:00 pm.
  8. 8. Fire
    Absolutely NO cutting of live trees for firewood. There is firewood ($6.00) and kindling available at the office. Fires must be attended to at all times within the specified fire ring and kept at a controllable level. All fires must be extinguished upon retiring.
  9. 9.Different
    Swim in the designated beach area only. This is a provincial law requirement. Please observe the 10 kmh speed limit. It is for everyone's safety and protection and will be enforced.
  10. Please obey the laws and by-laws of our municipality, and also the laws of the Province of Ontario. Glen-Lor Lodge is not responsible for personal injury, loss, and stolen or damaged articles of any kind. For the most part, Glen-Lor Lodge is unsupervised. The owners and its staff accept no legal liability for personal injury to the users of the park, nor property damage, theft of and/or vandalism to the property of the users of the park. All users of the park hereby agree to assume all risks of personal injury, property damage, theft of and/or vandalism to property and hereby release the park owner and its staff from any and all liability associated with the use of the park. Cottage Renters assume full responsibility for their visitors. All RV’s, boats (including power, sail, canoe, and row) and other personal equipment and articles shall be covered by current and valid fire, theft, and liability insurance as well as valid registration and licensing. Please obey the laws and by-laws of our municipality, and also the laws of the Province of Ontario governing the beach area and the provincial parks. The above rules and regulations are in place in order to insure the enjoyment of all our guests. The management of Glen-Lor Lodge will enforce all rules and regulations; anyone in violation of these rules and regulations will be asked to leave the property.