Cedar Island Ranch Rules & Guidelines for your Comfort

We know most RV’ers to be some of the most helpful, honest, and respectful people in the country. The overwhelming majority of RV’ers display kindness toward others, and are not in need of written rules. These rules are provided out of an abundance of caution to ensure the enjoyment of the Campground by all. Those who choose not to observe these guidelines can be asked to leave our park without any form of refund. Thank you for helping to keep Brunswick Beach RV Resort enjoyable for yourself and the others around you. We sincerely hope you enjoy your stay here.

UPON BOOKING, YOU AFFIRM TO HAVE READ & AGREE TO COMPLY WITH THE RULES/GUIDELINES LISTED ABOVE, OR AS POSTED IN THE RESORT’S OFFICES, AND/OR ON THE GROUNDS OR OTHER SITE STATED BY THE RESORT MANAGEMENT AND STAFF.

General: We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone. This is a privately owned Campground facility, and failure to comply with these rules, the destruction of Campground property or the property of others, or misconduct may result in your being removed from the Campground premises without a refund.

1.  RISK: Campers and their Guests may use the Campground, upon proper admission, at your own risk.

2.  PAYMENT: For night-to-night usage, payment must be made in advance and in full prior to connecting to power, water, or sewer. These utilities are included for night-to-night guests. For long-period Campers, usage and billing is outlined in the Access and Admission Agreement.

3.  CANCELLATION AND REFUNDS: In general, there shall be no refunds of any deposits if a Camper or Guest is asked to vacate the Campground due to a violation of these rules. Early cancellation, or cancellation prior to your arrival may result in a forfeiture of your deposit.

Monthly:  In the event of early cancellation for a monthly reservation, Campers may receive a refund of the deposit, less $35.00, if cancellation is received 30 days or more prior to the Arrival Date.
Daily or Weekly:  In the event of early cancellation for a non-monthly reservation, Campers may receive a refund of the deposit, less $25.00, if cancellation is received 14 days or more prior to the Arrival Date.
Tent Site:  In the event of early cancellation for a tent site reservation, Campers may receive a refund of the deposit, less $15.00, if cancellation is received 14 days or more prior to the Arrival Date.

All Campers holding a reservation may change the dates of the reservation once without penalty, as long as the change in reservation dates is not made less than 14 days of the arrival date, and a Campsite is available for the newly requested dates. Continued attempts to change reservation dates may be deemed an early cancellation resulting in the forfeiture of all or part of one’s deposit, as provided above. One night’s rate shall be accepted as a deposit upon booking. For holiday reservations, the full reservation amount must be paid at booking.

CAMPING IS AN OUTDOOR EXPERIENCE; THEREFORE, WE DO NOT GIVE REFUNDS DUE TO WHIMS OF MOTHER NATURE!

4.  CHECK IN / CHECK OUT:  Check in time is 3:00 PM.  Check out time is 11:00 AM.

5.  CAMPERS/RVS: Only one Recreational Vehicle Unit is permitted per Campsite. Campers understand, acknowledge and agree that the Campground is a recreational vehicle resort and campground, and not a mobile home Campground. It is designed for recreation and camping only, it is intended to be enjoyed for limited periods of time, and no full-time residence is permitted unless expressly approved by Campground management in writing. Soliciting and commercial activity on the Campground premises is strictly prohibited. All recreational vehicles must be an RVIA-Approved Recreation Vehicle registered annually pursuant to Part 3, Article 3 of Chapter 20 of the North Carolina General Statutes. By building code laws, tires may not be removed and campers must remain in movable condition at all times. Recreational Vehicles must be in a clean condition and good repair. No recreational vehicles that fall into a state of disrepair will be allowed to remain in the Campground. Please do not use a tarp to cover any part of your RV or Campsite. The use of generators is prohibited, except as expressly authorized by the Resort in emergency times of power outages.

6.  VEHICLES: The speed limit throughout the entire Campground facility is 7 mph. The speed limit is strictly enforced. One vehicle may be parked on your designated Campsite (not on any lawn area, or in other areas of the Campground accessible to other Guests and Campers). Additional parking for visitors or for a second vehicle is available in designated parking areas, and marked by signs identifying “Additional Parking,” “General Parking,” or “Guest Parking.” Leave space for trailers pulling around. Vehicles must not exceed the space provided. Vehicles must not extend, overlap, protrude into any driving lanes of the Campground. No ATV’s or motorcycles shall be allowed in the Campground, except for a properly tagged motorcycle and driver. Golf carts are permitted, but such permission may be revoked by the Resort at any time. Golf carts must be registered with the Resort upon arrival, and proof of insurance must be provided to the Resort at the time of registration, and only licensed drivers shall be allowed to operate golf-carts. All vehicles in the Campground must be properly licensed and insured. No vehicle repairs can be performed in the Campground. Emergency repairs may be allowed with express approval of the Resort’s manager. Washing vehicles is not permitted within the Campground. Be aware of water runoff and practice water conservation. Parking on roads within the Campground is strictly prohibited.

7.  QUIET HOURS AND BEHAVIOR: Between 10 pm and 8 am, Campers are expected to respect others by keeping quiet hours. Rowdiness, loud music, abusive language, violent behavior, drunkenness, or possession or use of illicit substances will not be tolerated at any time. Objectionable conduct of any kind or violation of any Campground rule or anyone causing a disturbance will immediately be asked to leave the Campground premises and will forfeit all fees. Vandalism in any form will not be permitted. Management reserves the right to evict or refuse entry to any person who has evidenced a disregard for the rules without a refund. Bright exterior lighting must be turned off after 10 pm. ALL children aged 16 or younger must be at their site at that time unless supervised by an adult at the showers or restrooms.

8.  GUESTS: The number of Campers staying overnight at each Campsite are limited to 6 people. Additional Guests may visit the Campers during daytime hours, free of charge, provided they check in at the Registration Office. Additional Guests may stay at a Campsite overnight for an additional fee. Any additional Guest aged 12 or younger may stay overnight at a Campground free of charge. Any additional Guest aged Guest 13 years or older are charged $5.00 per day/night, or $25.00 per 30-day Period, whichever is less. Exceptions to this rule may be approved by the Resort’s management on a case-by-case basis. Campers are responsible for the conduct of their Guests, and are responsible for making Guests aware of Campground rules.

9.  CHILDREN: Parents are responsible for the supervision, conduct, and behavior of their children at all times. Children under the age of 14 are not to be left unsupervised in the Campground. Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult throughout the Campground at all times. Children riding bicycles during daylight hours must wear a helmet. There shall be no bicycle riding after dark. All children aged 16 and under shall be at their Campsite or in their motel room after 10:00 p.m., unless accompanied by an adult.

10.  LAUNDRY ROOM: A laundry room facility is provided for your convenience. Make sure to check all clothing, towels, sheets, etc. for items that will do damage to the machines. Do not leave your laundry in the washers/dryers for extended periods of time. Do not use more than two machines at the time. Pet items may not be washed or dried. Clean the dryer filters and use the provided trash cans for lint and trash.

11.  WI-FI: By using the Resort’s Internet Access Network, you agree that the service may only be used for lawful purposes. Transmission of any material in violation of federal or state statutes/regulations is prohibited.

12.  CAMPFIRES: All campfires must take place in the pre-approved fire ring located at the Campsite. No fire may be lit outside of such pre-approved fire ring location. Fires must remain small and must not endanger property or lives of others. Campers must not start fires in high winds or with petroleum products or with material causing heavy smoke or with leaves. No trees may be cut down for fires, but dead branches on the ground may be used for burning. Any wood used for burning must fit entirely within the fire ring. All campfires must be “cold out” before being left unattended. All Campers and Guests are responsible for fire safety to assure the safety of persons and prevent the escape of fires to grass and nearby wooded areas. No burning of bottles, cans, plastic, or metal are allowed. No fireworks are allowed.

13.  DRUGS/ALCOHOL/SMOKING: Illegal drug use or possession in the Campground is strictly prohibited. The display of alcoholic beverage cans, bottles, or containers is prohibited in the Campground. Alcohol may be consumed on Campsites only, and in concealed containers by those of legal age. With the exception of one’s own Campsite, the possession or consumption of alcohol is prohibited elsewhere on the Campground. Those who smoke must respect the space of others and leave no related trash. There shall be no smoking inside any Campground facilities or inside of Rooms. A fee of $250.00 per incident shall be applied for any violations of this rule. Smoking within 100 feet of the barn is strictly prohibited, and shall incur an immediate fee/penalty in the amount of $1,000.00.

14.  PETS: All pets are subject to approval by the Resort staff. Up to two house pets per Campsite or Room are permitted, subject to payment of the proper pet fees, and subject to the following stipulations. Due to health code requirements, pets are strictly prohibited in certain Rooms. Additional pet fees may apply in the event there are more than 2 house pets per Campsite or Room. Pets must be disclosed in the Access and Admission Agreement and expressly approved of by the Resort’s management. All pets must be kept on a leash at all times when outdoors. Pets may not be allowed to remain outside when not accompanied by an adult. No pets can be left outside overnight. Pets must not be secured to any trees or property owned by the Campground. Pets must not be allowed to use the bathroom on any Campsite, adjoining site or on Campground trails or roads. Owners of pets are responsible for cleanup of their pets. There is a designated pet walk area – USE IT! Campers and Guests are responsible for any wrongful acts performed by their pets. Pets must be licensed and inoculated in accordance with State and Local law. Any pet running loose in the Campground will be turned over to Animal Control or other local authorities. Pets will not be allowed to cause any disturbance which might annoy other Campers or Guests, including, but not limited to, barking, growling, biting or any other unusual noises or damage. Under no circumstance is a pet to invade the privacy of another Camper’s Campsite. Pet owners are responsible at all times for their pets, including injury, destruction, and annoyances to other Campers. Pets are not allowed in any buildings, bathrooms, pool, lake or playground areas. The Resort shall not be liable for any loss, damage or injury of any kind whatsoever caused by a Camper’s or Guest’s pet. Feeding of stray cats and other wild animals is prohibited. You may be charged additional fees associated with the violation of any of the pet-related rules. If anyone has an issue with someone’s pet or the pet owner, you need to contact the office in writing(your name/site will be protected). If it is an emergency, call or notify the office in person immediately. If the pet owner has been spoken to about a specific pet issue/violation two times, upon the third violation, the owner(s) will be asked to immediately vacate the Campground, and no refunds will be extended. There will be no warnings in emergency cases. Any pet that acts aggressively towards other campers or pets can and may be removed from the Campground premises. BE ADVISDED that pets are not allowed on beaches during certain seasons and at certain times. Unaccompanied pets are prohibited.

15.  TRASH: The entire Campsite, including the areas on the outside of any RV, must be kept clean and free of debris. All Campers and Guests must clean each site prior to vacating and assure that no sewer contents are allowed to spill onto the ground. Failure to clean site or leave it in clean condition will be the financial responsibility of the Camper, and may result in additional charges on the Camper’s credit card on file with the Resort. Trash must be removed by Campers and/or Guests. All trash maintained outside camper units must be in a plastic or metal container with a lid that provides total enclosure of contents to prevent animal disturbance and to promote sanitary conditions. No more than one outside container for trash is allowed at each Campsite. Trash must be removed from the Campground at least one time per week and after termination of term of stay. Cooking grease must not be dumped on the ground, in the lake, or in the sewer system. There are two dumpsters for regular household trash located on the Campground. Do not put bulk trash, such as broken chairs, furniture, mattresses, RV parts, or other like items, in the dumpsters. The trash service will not take those items and will not take trash placed on the ground next to the dumpsters. Violation of this rule may result in a $200 fine. Do not leave trash or trash containers outside of your camper at night.

16.  FIREARMS: Firearms shall be stored safely in a vehicle or recreational vehicle or room. No firearms may be discharged in or around the Campground except for personal protection in emergency situations only. This is a private property, and no firearm may be carried in or around the Campground, including within one’s Campsite or on the beach, unless such firearm is concealed, and is carried by an adult who has a valid license issued by the State of North Carolina to carry a concealed firearm. The open carry of firearms on the Campground is strictly prohibited. All firearms must be safely maintained and secured inside one’s vehicle or recreational vehicle to prevent the use or handling by juveniles.

17.  BUILDINGS/STORAGE: Temporary buildings, structures, outside electrical appliances, window air conditioners, and the like are strictly prohibited. There shall be a limit of two (2) large ice chests or Rubbermaid-type containers on each Campsite for food or storage. All personal property of a Camper or Guest must remain within the confines of the Campsite. Clotheslines are not permitted.

18.  GROUNDS: General grounds maintenance is maintained by Campground. The Resort will cut grass and maintain weeds, but will avoid any area within a Campground where a Camper’s property is placed. Campers and Guests are responsible for personal property, vehicles, and their trash. In common areas, Campers and Guests must leave the Campground in good condition for other guests to use. DO NOT work on any Campground utilities. You WILL be charged for damages to any Campground utilities that you have attempted to repair yourself, and you may be asked to leave the Campground without a refund. Any issues or complaints relating to utilities shall be promptly made to Resort staff in the main office, and service of such will be arranged.

19.  SEWER: Sewage and gray water must not run on the ground. A positive sewer seal (sewer donut, sewer ring, or screw type connector) is required at both ends of your sewer hose. Ground disposal of any drain water (gray or black) is prohibited under North Carolina law.

20.  SAFETY AFTER DARK: In order to ensure safety after dark, please carry a flashlight. There shall be no bicycle-riding or operation of golf carts after dark.

21.  TENT CAMPING: Tent camping shall be limited to the pre-approved tent Campsites within the Campground. Upon approval by the Resort, a tent may be erected at an RV Campsite. All Tent Campers must register with the Resort prior to erecting a tent.

22.  RIGHT TO RELOCATE: Resort management has the right to move RVs, vehicles, or belongings without notice or liability in the event of a Resort emergency, or when the Resort deems it necessary to enforce these Rules, or to address abandoned Vehicles, Recreational Vehicles, and the like.

23.  DAMAGES: Campers and Guests agree to pay for any damages to “Resort property,” which may occur because of the actions of such Camper or Guest. Campers and Guests agree to immediately report any accident, injury, or property damage to the manager/staff member of the Resort. If a hazard or dangerous situation exists on the Campground, Campers and Guests will notify the manager/staff of the Resort immediately. Campers agree to take full responsibility for themselves and all people in their party, including minors and Guests.

24.  CONFORMANCE TO RULES: All Campers, Guests or other occupants and their vehicles may be removed without a judicial hearing by law enforcement officers written notice for failure to pay full amount of space rental when due or for failure to comply with written rules and regulations of the Campground. The Resort assumes no responsibility for accidents, injuries, or losses from any cause. The Camper agrees to carry and maintain in full force and effect adequate property and liability insurance on any vehicle or recreational vehicle Unit brought into the Campground.

25HORSEBACK RIDING AND WATER SPORTS: Horseback riding and recreation in the water/beach areas are inherently dangerous activities that may result in serious bodily injury or death, and any such activities are performed at your own risk. WARNING Under North Carolina law, an equine activity sponsor or equine professional is not liable for an injury to or the death of a participant in equine activities resulting exclusively from the inherent risks of equine activities. Chapter 99E of the North Carolina General Statutes. Canoeing and swimming in the ocean shall be performed at your own risk. You assume responsibility for your children in performing any of the foregoing dangerous activities. There is no lifeguard on duty.

26.  LIMITATION OF LIABILITY: The Resort shall not be liable for the inherent risks of camping, or the actions or omissions of Campers and Guests of the Resort accept the privileges of using ANY AND ALL Resort facilities including, but limited to, common grounds within the Campground, the campsites, pool area, other water attractions, the Camp Store, with the understanding that they hereby release and hold harmless the Resort, including its affiliates, members, managers, officers, employees, agents, contractors, family members or volunteers from any liability resulting in loss or damages to property and/or injury to themselves or their guests. Camping is an outdoor experience, and the Resort shall not be held liable for damage or injury that accompanies the inherent risk of camping. Without limiting the foregoing, the Resort is not responsible for any losses due to theft, fire, weather, flooding, nature, wildlife, accidents, or rushing or rising water. Entering upon Campground property, or connecting to any water, electric, or sewer connection in this Campground, constitutes acceptance of these Rules. Those who do so also release the NC 3 Management, the Resort, the Campground, its officers, members, managers and employees of all liability for loss or damage to property and injury to Camper’s and Guest’s person arising out of Camper’s and Guest’s use of the Campground and facilities. These rules are for health, cleanliness, legality and welfare of all.

NO SHOWS WILL BE CHARGED THE FULL AMOUNT OF THE RESERVATION.
ALL CANCELLATIONS MUST BE made by email office.cir@roadville.com or Phone 252-515-0201


Cedar Island Ranch Access & Admission Agreement

This Cedar Island Resort Access and Admission Agreement (defined above as the “Agreement”) is by and between Cedar Island Resort, LLC d/b/a Cedar Island Resort (defined above as the “Resort”) and the above-identified adult Camper(s) (defined below), and shall govern the terms under which the above-identified adult Resort Guests and their minor children (collectively, whether singular or plural, the “Camper”) shall be granted access to the Campground (defined below) for the purposes of occupying a Campsite, a motel room, or a suite (defined below).

This Agreement is a license for admission to access the Campground and to occupy an RV Campsite or a motel/suite by the Camper. This Agreement is not a lease or a residential rental agreement. Campers are not residential tenants. The undersigned Camper expressly understands, acknowledges and agrees that this Agreement does not establish the creation of a tenancy, and does not convey any possessory interest in real property. Additionally, no portion of the Campground, including without limitation the Campsite, shall be considered the Camper’s permanent residence, permanent address, mailing address, voting address, or any other kind of residence or domicile. The Campground is exclusively intended for short-term, transient visitation, and temporary occupation.

 The relationship between the Resort and the Camper is expressly not landlord and tenant; rather, the relationship between the Resort and the Camper is licensor and licensee.  The Resort, as licensor, shall have the right to revoke the Camper’s license to access the Campground or occupy the Campsite at any time, subject to the terms of this Agreement. In the event of such revocation, outlined in more detail hereinbelow, the Camper may be removed from the Campground for trespassing, and any personal property belonging to the Camper may be stored, towed, or disposed of by the Resort, at the cost and expense of the Camper.

All fees shall be paid in full at the beginning of the Access Period (the “Period”), upon check-in. A deposit is required at the time of booking.

All fees, once paid, are non-refundable. Deposits may be partially refunded in the event of early cancellation – please refer to the Resort Terms and Conditions, and Rules and Regulations. A late fee of 5% will be added to payments made after the due date. Camper has provided the Resort a credit card to keep on file, which may be charged by the Resort for the purposes of collecting unpaid fees under this Agreement, including monthly access fees, late fees or electricity fees. Camper has authorized the Resort) to charge Camper’s credit card, or to debit Camper’s bank account via ACH authorization, on a regular or recurring basis for the Period of time in which this Agreement is in effect, and for any renewals of such, including automatic renewals. 

1. Defined Terms. The Capitalized words are defined terms which apply throughout this Agreement.

Agreement: This Cedar Island Resort Admission Agreement between the Camper and the Campground.

Camper: Any person(s) who signs this Agreement, in addition to the people or minor children (not exceeding 6) accompanying the signatory hereto. Camper is a licensee.

Campground: The Cedar Island Resort, being located at 3557 Cedar Island Road, Cedar Island, NC 28520, including recreational vehicle campsites, motel rooms, suites, and common areas.

Campsite. A numbered area and RV parking space within the Campground, which may or may not include certain connections for utilities, which the Camper has been assigned and has been provided a license to occupy during the Period of this Agreement. A Campsite shall not be considered a mobile home lot or space. A Campsite shall not be considered a dwelling unit.

Early Termination: Revocation of Camper’s license to Occupy a Campsite or access the Campground by the Resort.

Expiration Date: The end of the Period, or, the date of Early Termination

Guest: A person other than a Camper who (i) has agreed to the Rules and Regulations of the Campground, and (ii) has been authorized to Occupy a Campsite or access the Campground. Guest is a licensee.

Room: A motel room or suite temporarily occupied by Camper, including Camper’s Guests.

Rules: Written or oral standards of conduct or behavior communicated by the Campground to Campers. The Cedar Island Resort Rules and Regulations (“Rules”) are attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference as if fully set forth herein. Camper(s) acknowledge receipt of the Rules, and agree to abide by their terms.

Occupy: A license to make use of a Campsite, motel room, or suite within the Campground, whether or not staying overnight, or by being present within the Campground.

Period. The Period is the amount of time that the Camper shall be authorized to access the Campground and occupy a Campsite.

Unit: A recreational vehicle placed on the Campsite by the Camper. The Unit is the personal property of the Camper. A Unit shall not be considered a mobile home or a manufactured home. The Unit must be an RVIA-Approved Recreation Vehicle registered annually pursuant to Part 3, Article 3 of Chapter 20 of the North Carolina General Statutes.

2. Resort’s Obligations. The Resort will provide Camper with access to a campsite, motel room, or suite (as selected by the Camper) and common areas located within the Campground. In the event the Campsite, motel room, or suite is fitted with electricity or wastewater/sewer connections, the Resort will take all reasonable actions necessary to ensure such services are appropriately functioning. Campground makes no representations, warranties or guarantees other than those stated in this Agreement. With regard to the utility connections referenced herein, the Resort is providing such connections at the source, and is not providing any equipment or materials necessary to connect such utilities to Camper’s Recreational Vehicle, and the Resort shall not participate in connecting utilities to the Camper’s Recreational Vehicle. The Resort is not responsible for damages incurred as a result of the utility connections provided.

3. Camper’s Obligations. Camper will perform all of the following duties under this Agreement, and ensure that all accompanying Campers and Guests do so as well:

    1. Camper will Occupy the Campsite, Room and Campground in safe, orderly, lawful, well-maintained, clean and respectful manner.
    2. If applicable, Camper shall maintain liability and hazard insurance coverage on their Unit and all motor vehicles and golf carts operated within the Campground. Camper shall give the Resort a copy of the Camper’s insurance policies’ Declarations pages upon request by the Resort.
    3. If applicable, only RVIA-Approved Recreation Vehicles registered annually pursuant to Part 3, Article 3 of Chapter 20 of the North Carolina General Statutes, and approved by the Resort, may be placed on the Campsite. Manufactured homes and mobile homes are expressly and strictly prohibited.
    4. The Camper and Guests shall abide by all directions of Campground staff, and obey all signs and signals on the Campground.
    5. The Camper will not have Guests unless the Guest charge is paid and Campground approves of such Guests upon arrival.
    6. Guests shall not be permitted unless approved by the Resort, and no Guest may stay for no more than two weeks.
    7. Camper acknowledges receipt of the Campground Rules and Regulations (defined above as the “Rules”), and agrees to follow the Rules, including any additional or revised Rules. The Rules are attached to and fully incorporated to this Agreement by reference.
    8. The Camper agrees to install or place no objects or things (other than lawn furniture) on the Campsite without prior written permission of the Campground. Camper shall not install any permanent fixtures at the Campsite or in a Room. Camper shall not intrude or trespass on any other Campsite or Room.
    9. Camper shall pay and provide evidence of payment (upon request by the Resort) of all taxes levied and paid on the Unit.
    10. For all RV Campers, in the event the RV site to which you are assigned does include a meter, the Camper shall pay for the electricity used immediately upon the furnishing of a statement by the Resort. For all motel and suite campers, your room rate includes any and all utilities used. 

4. Period of Access. For daily and weekly Campers, the Departure Date may not be altered without the express permission of the Resort, as such alterations may affect the reservations of future/incoming Campers. Access Agreements for daily and weekly Campers must vacate the Campground before the required check out time on the scheduled Departure Date. For monthly Campers, if applicable, this Agreement shall automatically renew for the next month, unless the monthly Camper has provided ten (10) days’ notice (prior to the presently scheduled departure date) that the Camper does not intend to renew.

5. Fees and Penalties. The following are the fees and penalties that will be charged to Campers’ credit card on file with the Resort in connection with a violation of these terms and conditions, or any of the Resort’s Rules:

    1. Check out time is 11:00 a.m. on the day the Camper is scheduled to depart. Campers may request a late check out time of noon on the day of their scheduled departure for an additional $20.00 fee;
    2. Each Camper is responsible for following the check-out procedures posted in the Office and in the Rooms. Trash bags shall be set outside of the Room, any dirty laundry shall be piled in a central location, and all dishes much have been cleaned and in the drying rack. Failure to follow the check out procedures properly may result in a fine/penalty up to $25.00;
    3. Smoking is strictly prohibited inside the Rooms, and shall incur a monetary fine/penalty in the amount of $300.00 for the Camper who rented that Room. Smoking within 100 feet of the barn is strictly prohibited, and shall incur a monetary fine/penalty in the amount of $1,000.00. Any violation of these smoking provisions may result in immediate cancellation/termination of Camper’s license to stay at Cedar Island Resort without a refund;
    4. Pets: There shall be a one-time pet fee (per pet) in the amount of $25.00 for pets under 40 lbs., and $50.00 for pets over 40 lbs., such fees being due at check-in. There shall be no more than two pets per Room or Campsite without Resort approval. UNDISCLOSED PETS AND PETS IN PROHIBITED ROOMS SHALL INCUR A $250.00 FINE/PENALTY PER PET, PER DAY. The Resort also reserves the right to charge an additional $100.00 cleaning fee for violations of this provision;
    5. Feeding the horses is strictly prohibited. Any Camper or Guest caught feeding the horses shall incur a penalty in the amount of $250.00, in addition to any veterinary bills incurred in connection with the unauthorized feeding;
    6. Horseback rides are cancelled and refunded only for weather-related purposes. Cancellations of horseback riding sessions occurring within two weeks of the scheduled ride shall not be refunded. In the event a horseback ride is scheduled on a holiday, cancellations of horseback riding sessions occurring within four weeks of the scheduled ride shall not be refunded;
    7. Unreported vehicles shall incur a penalty/fine in the amount of $25.00 per vehicle per day;
    8. Destruction of Property: In the event a Camper of Guest destroys any of the Resort’s property, or renders such unsanitary and otherwise unusable, the Camper shall be responsible for full replacement cost of the destroyed property, including cleaning fees incurred by the Resort. Leaving Rooms in an unsanitary condition shall result in a fine/penalty up to $500.00.

6. Guests. The number of Campers staying overnight at each Campsite or Room are limited to 6 people. Additional Guests may visit the Campers during daytime hours, free of charge, provided they check in at the Registration Office. Additional Guests may stay at a Campsite or Room overnight for an additional fee. Any additional Guest aged 12 or younger may stay overnight at a Campground free of charge. Any additional Guest aged Guest 13 years or older are charged $5.00 per day/night, or $25.00 per 30-day Period, whichever is less. Exceptions to this rule may be approved by the Resort’s management on a case-by-case basis. Campers are responsible for the conduct of their Guests, and are responsible for making Guests aware of Campground rules.

7. Limitation of Liability. The Camper(s) and Guest(s) assumes the risk of performing any activities within the Campground. The Resort has activities including, but not limited to, beaches, horseback riding, and various water sports. All of the foregoing activities are inherently dangerous, and Camper(s) and Guest(s) assume the risks of participating in any such activities. There are no lifeguards on duty, and Camper(s) and Guest(s) enter upon the beach area or the water at their own risk. The Resort shall not be liable for the inherent risks of camping, swimming, horseback riding, or the actions or omissions of Campers and Guests of the Resort accept the privileges of using ANY AND ALL Resort facilities including, but limited to, common grounds within the Campground, the campsites, beach area, other water attractions, the Camp Store, with the understanding that they hereby release and hold harmless the Resort, including its affiliates, members, managers, officers, employees, agents, contractors, family members or volunteers from any liability resulting in loss or damages to property and/or injury to themselves or their guests. In addition, the owners, members, managers and agents/representatives/employees of the Resort are expressly absolved from all liability and responsibility pertaining to ANY damage or loss due to fire, theft, inclement weather, acts of nature, acts of God, accidents, negligence, or any other cause whatsoever.

8. Camper Indemnification. If the inherent risks of camping or the action or omissions of a Camper or a Guest results in damages to the Campground, Camper shall reimburse the Campground for the Campground’s damages, as well as costs and fees incurred, including without limitation attorney fees, if judicial intervention is required.

9. Campsite Availability. Campsites and Rooms are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis.

10. Termination. This Agreement terminates on the earlier of the Expiration Date or the date of removal in the case of Early Termination. If the Agreement is terminated early for any reason, Camper has no right to a refund for any fees paid to the Resort.

11. Removal. The Campground may, for any reason in the Campground’s sole discretion, assign the Camper to a separate Campsite or Room, and demand that Camper move his or her personal property to the newly assigned Campsite or Room. Additionally, the Campground may, for any reason in the Campground’s sole discretion, terminate the Agreement or require all or some of the Campers to immediately vacate the Campground. In the event the Campground directs a Camper or Guest to vacate the Campground, the Camper or Guest hereby agrees to leave peacefully and immediately. The Camper is aware that remaining on the Campground after being directed to leave may constitute trespass under N.C.G.S. §§ 14-159.12 or 14-159.13., or may alternatively constitute defrauding a campground owner in violation of N.C.G.S. §. 14-110.

12. Removal of Camper, Guest, or Unit. The Camper understands that his/her/their admission to the Campground may be terminated by the Campground, at any time in the sole discretion of the Campground. If terminated, the Camper agrees to leave without judicial process. See Exhibit A, attached hereto and incorporated herein, for the terms of this Agreement pertaining to Removal of Camper, a Guest, or of the Unit. Camper agrees that Campground shall not be responsible for damages caused to the Camper’s property removed by Campground under this section.

13. Notice: Notice may be provided to the Camper by the Resort orally, except that notice of Early Termination, Removal or late fees shall be given in writing. If no adult Camper is present at the Unit or Room, Notice may be left on the door of the Unit or Room. Notice to the Resort by the Camper may be given only in written form, and may be provided through the Resort’s manager on site.

14. No Assignment. This Agreement is not assignable or transferable.

15. General Terms and Conditions. This Agreement and the Campground Rules constitute the entire contract between the parties. No oral representations or modifications are enforceable. All disputes under the Agreement shall be tried in accordance with applicable NC law. It is agreed this Agreement was entered into in Carteret County, North Carolina and is subject to the laws of the State of North Carolina. In the event a civil action is filed to enforce this Agreement, the Camper hereby submits to the jurisdiction of any county in the State of North Carolina, and agrees that venue is proper if such action is commenced within any county within the State of North Carolina, specifically including Carteret County, NC and Guilford County, NC. The undersigned has read and understands the terms and nature of this Agreement.

16. Camper hereby appoints Campground as Camper’s attorney-in-fact to transfer title of the Camper’s personal property if it is not removed from the Campsite as noted above. Camper agrees that Campground shall not be responsible for damages caused to the Camper’s personal property removed by Campground under this section.

17. This Agreement may be electronically signed by the Camper or their Guests, if any. The electronic signature may be provided via an online form to be filled out, initialed, and signed electronically with the Resort, and such signatures when transmitted shall be effective for all purposes as if they had been transmitted and received in an original form.

18. The persons signing this Agreement promise that they, their minor children and Guests will follow this Agreement and the Rules.

Exhibit A:
Removal from the Campground:

The Campground reserves the unilateral right, for any reason deemed appropriate in the Campground’s sole discretion, to eject any person from the Campground, terminate this Agreement, or require some of all of the campers visiting the Campground to vacate the Campground pursuant to this Agreement. In the event the Campground directs any Camper or Guest to leave the Campground, the Camper or Guest hereby agrees to leave peacefully and immediately and to take with him/her/them all personal property belonging to the Camper or Guest, including the Unit. Some of the reasons that may call for Campground to ask a Camper or Guest to leave the Campground may include, but shall not be limited to:

  1. Failure to pay any fees associated with the use of the Campground;
  2. The destruction of Resort property, or the destruction of property owned by any other Campers or Guests within the Campground;
  3. Conducting or participating in illegal activity within the Campground;
  4. The failure to abide by any of the rules of conduct established by the Campground for all Campers and Guests;
  5. Any breach of the terms and conditions of this Agreement;
  6. The taking of any action that precludes any other Camper or Guest to enjoy the amenities of the Campground, or otherwise.
  7. Any loud, abusive or disruptive behavior that is deemed unacceptable to the Campground.

In the event that a Camper or Guest does not leave as requested, local law enforcement officers will be called to forcibly remove the person from the Campground. The Resort, and its Members, Managers and Employees, reserve the right to pursue criminal charges against any Camper or Guest under North Carolina Law including, without limitation, for Trespassing upon the Campground after the license afforded by this Agreement has been revoked. The Campground is privately owned by the Resort, and the Resort may revoke Camper’s or a Guest’s license to occupy a Campsite or to have access to the Campground at any time, for any reason, or no reason at all.

In addition to (and without limiting) the foregoing, the Resort reserves the right, but shall not be obligated, to commence summary ejectment proceedings under North Carolina law against any Camper or Guest that refuses to vacate the Campground upon request by the Resort. Commencing or participating in any such summary ejectment proceedings shall not be considered an admission that this Agreement is governed by Chapter 42 of the North Carolina General Statues or that it is otherwise establishes a tenancy right held by the Camper to the Campsite or Room. To the extent any notice is required in connection with serving notice of such summary ejectment proceedings upon the Camper, notice may be provided by hand delivering a letter to the Camper at the Campsite, or attaching such notice to the door of the Camper’s Unit.

Any Recreational Vehicle remaining on the Campground in violation of this Agreement is subject to having such towed off of the Campground property, or liquidation sale conducted by the Resort pursuant to G.S. 44A-2(d). Such removal may occur any time after a Recreational Vehicle has been deemed abandoned by the Resort. Any personal property of the Camper’s remaining within the Campground following removal of the Camper from the Campground shall be deemed abandoned, and may be disposed of by the Resort in accordance with North Carolina Law, including without limitation G.S. 44A-2(b). The proceeds realized in connection with any such disposition of property shall first pay for the costs and fees incurred with disposing of such personal property, shall second pay for any outstanding fees due and owing the Resort, and any remaining proceeds shall be turned over to the Camper.

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