Campground Rules

All rules will be enforced. Any issues or emergencies that happen within the campground; a written report will be filled out for management/ owners to review.

PLEASE NOTE: Security and Management Reports are private and are not released to campers to protect individuals privacy that may be mentioned in reports.

Vehicles – Speed limit is 10km/hr please respect it, as we have a large number of kids playing within the campground. There are speed bumps throughout the park for the safety of all. Any campers that have to be reminded numerous times will have to park their vehicles at the office and walk into the campground.

Safety – All bicycles, skateboards, scooters, etc. are to be put away at dusk. All children are to wear helmets as per the law on PEI. The same goes for riding motorcycles-helmets must be worn. Remind your children not to leave bikes, skateboards, scooters, etc. on the ground in the parking lot up at the office or on roads. Bikes, skateboards, scooters, etc. ARE NOT PERMITTED ON THE WOOD WALKWAY OR IN THE REC HALL. Children caught with them in the rec hall will be brought back to their campsite and may result in not being allowed in the Rec Hall for a selected period of time which will be at staff’s discretion.

Smoking/Vaping Cannabis within the park: 
Cannabis is prohibited in outside public areas within the park:
  1. On roads and paths
  2. In public buildings
  3. On-site around the campfire
  4. Play and field areas
  5. Pool area
Campers will only be permitted to smoke/vape Cannabis inside their campers/trailers/motorhomes. Vacationland Owner, Manager and staff reserve the right and at their discretion to ask you not to smoke in your campers/trailers/motorhomes if complaints arise from the surrounding neighbors concerning smell and second-hand Cannabis smoke impeding on their site or in their campers/trailers/motorhomes.
Anyone that is not adhering to Cannabis policies or refusing to follow staff instruction will be evicted from the park without refund.

No Open Containers – Open containers of alcohol is permitted on your site only. We ask campers to use a drink cozy or cup while attending events or walking about the park.

Noise – Please respect your neighbors. Any noise that is impeding on the reasonable enjoyment park (at any time of day) is prohibited; excessive loud music, excessive boisterous campers etc. will be asked to turn it down and it will be at the discretion of the park staff.

Quiet Hours – Quiet time is 11 pm to 8 am Sunday – Thursday and 12 am – 8 am Friday-Saturday. Stereos, guitars, TVs, etc. are to be shut off completely by the designated times. Excessive noise after quiet time hours will not be tolerated and is at the park staffs discretion. The only exception will be during events that run past quiet time; notice will be posted in the store and at the security building. All guests will be advised during booking and on arrival.

Curfew – All children under the age of 18 years of age must be back on their campsites by 11 pm or must have parental supervision with them. Children that are visiting other campsites will need a parental escort back to their sites after 11 pm. Any Children that are out past 11pm will be escorted back to their site by security.


  • Campers are to maintain a reasonable size fire; for safety reasons we do not allow burning of large lumber, pressure treated lumber or pallets.
  • Please do not cut or remove bark on any trees within the park.
  • At no time is fire to be left unattended.

Damage – any damage to any park building, equipment or belongings caused by a camper’s guest, children, pets or themselves will be held responsible for the cost to replace the item.

Staff – Security personnel is on duty to assist with any emergency that may arise. If an emergency or conflict arises we ask campers that are not involved or immediately not helping to return their sites, to eliminate any escalation of a situation. At no time is a camper to take it upon themselves to enforce any rules of the campground or take matters into their own hands we have security for a reason. Anyone that does this management will be informed and it will be at management’s discretion of the extent of the consequences that will be given.


Visitors – must register at the office; site they are visiting with their name, vehicle’s plate number and their length of stay. A visitor pass will be given for their visit. Registered campers are responsible for the actions of their guests. Any guest that arrives after 9 pm must register with security. Guests are not to park on vacant lots they are to park at the store or on the site they are visiting.

Pets – All pets must be kept on a leash at all times. Owners are responsible to clean up after their pets. Pets are NOT to be left unattended at your site. Please control any barking. NO pets are allowed at the pool area, in any building or in the playground areas. Any pets that show aggression will not be permitted back to park.

Garbage – shall be put in the containers and must be in a clear plastic bag. There is NO garbage pick-up at sites. Do not leave any garbage at your site. ONLY household garbage is permitted in the containers. Recyclables can place in the garbage cans located at the containers. Waste watch is the law on PEI.

Internet – The internet room is for all ages that have a device. Please respect your fellow internet users by sitting quietly while using your device. Anyone being disruptive will be asked to leave at the discrection of staff.

Pool – Pool times are posted. There is NO lifeguard on duty. An adult(over 18 years) must accompany children under 12 years old.

Please take the time to discuss the park rules with your children and guests.

Eviction Policy
We reserve the right to refuse service and/ or admittance to the park at our discretion. Loud noise, music, vulgar language, abusive attitudes of any kind will not be tolerated. The behavior of this type will result in immediate eviction without refund. Persons evicted for reasons involving the use of and consumption of alcohol, drugs, fighting or domestic violence will be evicted by the RCMP. This action can result in charges being laid.