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CHITTENDEN COUNTY FISH AND GAME CLUB
JONESVILLE, VT

                                                                                 
2019 CAMPING RATES:

SEASONAL  $750.00

MONTHLY    $285.00
                                                                                     
                                                                               WEEKLY      $95.00                                                                                 

DAILY          $15.00

                    TENTING     $10.00  (w/o electric)
                    TENTING     $12.00  (with electric)

                                  *Tenting is limited to two weeks maximum


CAMPING RATES AFTER SEPTEMBER 30:

 DAILY        $15    

        [NOTE THAT SERVICES SUCH AS WATER OR SEWAGE REMOVAL MAY NOT BE
                   AVAILABLE  AFTER SEPTEMBER 15]                 

PAYMENT IS DUE IN FULL UPON ARRIVAL.
Contact BILL LEVEE FOR INFO PRIOR TO TAKING A SITE:
Leveebill04@gmail.com ) OR 802-355-0406   

CAMPING SEASON
      May 15th through September 30th

      ANY CAMPER LEFT ON A SITE AFTER OCTOBER 31ST WILL BE TOWED AND STORED AT THE OWNER'S EXPENSE.

CAMPING RULES
REVISED 5/18/2018

                        A person must be a member in good standing to rent a site. Any unpaid camping fees from the previous
 year must be paid prior to camping in the current year..
     

VISITORS
Seasonal campers are allowed to have occasional overnight visitors staying their camper. The seasonal camper is responsible for the visitor.
If a visitor wishes to put a tent on the seasonal camper's site or use the facilities, they must have a club membership and pay the daily fee.

VEHICLES
Two car maximum per site, excluding visitor vehicle

SPEED LIMIT
Speed limit is 5 mph

QUIET TIME
Quiet time for our campground is sundown to 8:00 am.  Complaints may be answered by the
Richmond police who enforce the Vermont Statute:

Title 13, Chapter 19: Disturbance Of The Peace
§1022. Noise in the nighttime
[A person who, between sunset and sunrise, disturbs and public peace by firing guns, blowing horns, or other unnecessary
and offensive noise shall be fined not more than $50.00 this section shall not prevent a person employing workers, for the
purpose of giving notice to his or her employees, from ringing bells or using whistles or gongs of such size and weight, in
such manner, and at such hours as the select board members of the town, the aldermen of the city, or the trustees of the village
may prescribe in writing.]