Grand View's Rules & Regulations
- Family members under the age of 21 are not allowed to stay overnight without one of the primary campers being present. NO EXCEPTIONS.
- All family members under the age of 18 must be on their site by 12:15am.
- Gate cards are assigned to primary campers ONLY. Under NO circumstances are they to be given to anyone not properly listed on your camping permit.
- Only one trailer is allowed on the site. An additional tent is allowed.
- No more than two cars per site. Additional cars may be parked in area provided by campground.
- All pets must be current on rabies vaccinations. Pets must be kept on leash at all times, not left unattended at site and MUST BE PICKED UP AFTER. NO PETS IN THE BEACH AND PLAYGROUND AREAS. Noisy pets or those that act in a manner as to frighten or endanger others will be asked to be removed from the campground.
- All sites MUST BE KEPT NEAT AND CLEAN. There must be a clear opening behind your trailer for access to utilities. Trash will be picked up daily. Do not leave trash out overnight. Trash will be limited to household trash that can be bagged. Refrigerators and other large items are strictly prohibited. The disposal of propane tanks is the SOLE RESPONSIBILITY of the camper and should not be left with the trash. Under no circumstances will the campground assume responsibility for propane tank disposal.
- Private docks must be posted with a sign that reads “PRIVATE NO TRESPASSING, NO SWIMMING AND NO DIVING” This is the responsibility of the person who has a dock on their site. Only boat(s) registered to the primary campers are allowed to dock on it. A copy of your boat registration is required prior to the beginning of the camping season.
- No boat trailers are allowed on the site during the camping season.
- Campers are always responsible for their guests conduct and to make sure their guests have properly registered. In addition, visitors/guests must be made aware that their pets and boats are not allowed in the campground.
- Visitors and season pass holders are not allowed in the campground unless one of the primary campers is present or prior arrangements have been made in writing with the barn/office.
- Quiet hours are from 11:30pm to 9:00am. NO lawn mowing until 9:00am Monday – Saturday, 11:00am Sunday.
- All campfires must be out by 1:00am.
- Alcohol is not allowed in the barn/office
- No pets are allowed in the barn/office
- No propane tanks may be brought in the barn/office
- Shirts and shoes must be worn at all times in the barn/office
- No motorcycle, dirt bike or 4-wheeler riding is allowed in the campground. They may only be driven to and from site. (at 5 ½ MPH)
- Absolutely no motorized devices (i.e. scooters, mini cycles) can be used in the campground for recreational enjoyment. Exceptions are wheelchairs and mobility scooters.
- NO HOVERBOARDS ARE ALLOWED TO BE USED OR CHARGED IN THE CAMPGROUND
- Slow crawling 4 wheeled motorized kiddie cars may only be used on your own site.
- Persons using lake and equipment do so at their own risk. THERE IS NO LIFEGUARD ON DUTY. Children must be under the direct supervision of parent or guardian. NO SWIMMING AFTER SUNSET OR BEFORE SUNRISE.
- No fishing, boating, jet skiing or boat launching in the swimming area.
- NO JET SKIIS OR WAVE RUNNERS (PWC) are allowed on our boat docks, shoreline or anywhere in the campground.
- Firewood: ALL firewood brought into the campground MUST be from the State of NH (State Law)
- Respect fellow campers and their privacy. Use roadways, DO NOT CUT ACROSS SITES.
- Bicycles, scooters, skateboards, etc. are not to be ridden after sunset or before sunrise. HELMETS: Mandatory for all children 12 and under and strongly suggested for all others.
- SPEED LIMIT IS 5 ½ MILES PER HOUR. Violators will be warned and asked to leave the campground if they continue to speed. This rule will be strictly enforced and may result in having your gate card revoked.
- Basketball court is not to be used after 10:00pm or before 9:00am
- In case of impending hurricane, for the safety of everyone, the campground will be evacuated.
These rules are for the benefit of every camper. Your full cooperation is expected. If you have any questions please feel free to contact the barn/office.
All persons upon entering a recreational campground or camping park shall register with the appropriate authorities. All recreational campground or camping park owners or operators or their agents shall upon the registration of each camper or camper's guest cause an entry to be made on a registration book or card system which shall record the camper's or camper's guests' agreed-upon departure time and date. No camper or camper's guest shall, without the consent of the campground or camping park owner or operator or his agent, remain on a campsite beyond the departure time and date so recorded at registration.
216-I:6 Eviction and Remedial Action.
- All recreational campground or camping park owners or operators or their agents may remove or cause to be removed from such recreational campground or camping park any person remaining in a recreational campground or camping park in violation of this chapter by notifying such person that the establishment no longer desires to entertain him and requesting that he immediately leave. Any person who remains or attempts to remain after being so requested to leave shall be guilty of a violation.
- All recreational campground or camping park owners or operators or their agents may remove, or cause to be removed by a law enforcement officer of this state, any person refusing to pay registration or visitor's fees. Any person who willfully denies other persons their right to quiet enjoyment of their recreational use of such facilities, or any person who violates any local or state law. The right to remove or cause to be removed shall arise after the recreational campground or camping park owner or operator. Or their agent makes a reasonable attempt to verbally warn the person to cease and desist the breach of quiet enjoyment or violation of local or state law. Following eviction, said person may make written request to the owner or operator or their agent of such recreational campground or camping park within 30 days for the refund of the unused portion of his prepaid campsite rental or visitor fee. Upon such a request, such owner or operator shall refund such unused portion of the fees, less any amount deducted to pay for damages.
- Any law enforcement officer of this state, upon request of a recreational campground or camping park owner or operator or their agent shall place under arrest and take into custody any person who violates this section in the presence of the officer. Upon arrest, the person shall be deemed to have abandoned his right of use of the recreational campground or camping park and the owner or operator or their agent may then make such campsite available to other persons. The owner or operator or their agent of a recreational campground or camping park shall employ all reasonable means to protect any personal property left in storage at the recreational campground or camping park.
216-I:7 Storage of Property.
Any property left in a recreational campground or camping park after check-out time or eviction pursuant to RSA 216-I:6 shall be considered abandoned. Such abandoned property may then be moved off the campsite and placed in storage. Any owner or operator or their agent of a recreational campground or camping park shall have a lien upon such property, so long as it shall remain in their possession, for proper charges due them for the storage and care of the property.
216-I:8 Notice and Sale.
If any of the charges referred to in RSA 216-I:7 shall remain unpaid for 60 days, the lien holder may sell such property at public sale. The proceeds, after first paying the expense of sale, shall be applied in payment of the storage charges, and the balance, if any, shall be paid to the owner of the property or the person entitled to such balance. Notice of such sale shall be given and record made as provided in RSA 444.