The Farm Campground Rules & Regulations

  • General:

    • You are required to check in and sign saying you received and agree to the rules & regulations before staying.

    • Campsites must be kept clean, uncluttered, and presentable at all times.

    • Golf carts may be driven from 7AM to 11PM. Must be of legal driving age. Headlights must be used after dark for visibility. (bikes of all types are fine)

    • Speed limit within the campground is 10 MPH at all times. Be on the lookout for pets and children.

    • Payment for services is due immediately upon receipt of your bill.

    • We are not responsible for any damages or injuries to you or your property.

    • Campfires are allowed in permitted areas.

    • Alcoholic beverages are only allowed by adults of legal age to purchase them and possess them on their campsite.

    • Firearms are NOT allowed within the campground at any time.

    • QUIET TIME: After 10:00 pm we ask that you keep noise to a minimum as we have campers that work all shifts. There is no lights-out time but, we do ask that you respect other people and choose a reasonable hour to finish get togethers/cookouts. .

    • We reserve the right to refuse service to or ask anyone to leave at any time.

    • The Chesterfield County sheriff’s office patrols our campground daily. They are located near by and quite helpful to us in times of difficulty.

    • Please always keep an eye on your children and pets. (Pets must be on leashes, in a pen, or on a runner and may NOT be left outside unattended.)

    • Children are not allowed at the Pavilion without adult supervision.

    • Excessive profanity and/or threats will NOT be tolerated.

    • There are three dumpsters located inside the campground. Two in the front and one in the back. Please bag and tie your trash and place it in the dumpster. No petroleum products (used oil or cans) may be put in the dumpster. All boxes must be broken down and put in the dumpster.

    • MAIL: We are more than happy to hold all mail delivered to you at this address so long as you initial for that option on the sign in form OR you may rent a mail box from us.

  • Pets:

    • Pets are allowed within the campground, please remember that some people like them and some do not.

    • Please clean up after your pet (toys, trash, and poop) we do not do this!

    • When outside your camper, keep your pet on a leash at ALL TIMES. You CANNOT leave them outside unattended.

    • If your pet is involved in ANY incident of aggression towards campers or their pets you may be asked to leave immediately. 

  • The Pavilion:

    • The Pavilion is open to be used by campers. All that we ask is that you clean up after yourself.

    • Please do NOT clean the grill in the Pavilion after use.

    • The playground is open for children under the age of 13. Please play safely and remember that we are not responsible for any damages or injuries. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

    • The TV and games behind it are open for use to campers. Please return all parts when you are done.

  • Laundry Rooms & Bath Houses:

    • Be respectful of others and their belongings. Detergent is not provided, if there is some in the laundry room it belongs to another camper. Clean up after yourself and clean the lint trap when you’re done.

    • Everyone uses them so be sure to do things in as timely of a manner as possible.

    • Payment may be made per load in the laundry room or see management to get a discount by paying for use every two weeks or monthly.

 
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The Basics

With so many new members of our Farm Family and us being relatively new to the older members, we wanted to take a minute to make sure that we are all on the same page when it comes to the basics of staying at The Farm Campground:


  • Rent is $450 a month, $150 a week, or $40 a night.

    • We offer a 10% discount for AAA, AARP, Military/VA, Good Sams, & First Responders

    • The first 3 months you are with us we have to charge a State Tax of 8%

    • Your rent payment covers the following:

      • Electricity for your camper

      • Sewer hookup

      • Water

      • Spectrum Cable & WiFi

      • Use of the pavilion, bath-houses, & dumpsters

    • Payments can be made using cash, card, or check. A receipt will be provided

  • Laundry is NOT included in your rent. We offer 3 options for use of our laundry facilities:

    • Pay Per Use: $2.00 Wash $2.00 Dry

    • Every other weekend: $20 a month

    • Unlimited: $45 a month

  • Rent:

    • Your due date is determined as follows:

      • Due the day of the month you came in every month

    • OR you may chose to prorate when you come in and your bill is due on the 1st of every month.

      • If you are unsure when your bill is due please give us a call and we would be happy to let you know. The same goes for if you need to adjust your due date, just let us know. 

  • Storage:

    • We are more than happy to store your camper, trailer, boat, etc. in one of our non-powered spots around the campground for $40 a month per spot.

    • If you are keeping your camper on a full hook-up site but not staying in it:

      • If we do not actively have people looking for a site you can pay the $50 storage fee and keep your camper on site with minimum power usage.

      • If we are full and having to turn people away you have two options:

        • Pay the full cost of rent for the month to keep your camper on the spot.

        • Allow us to move it to a non-powered spot so that we can rent out the site and pay the $40 storage fee.


Thanks for all that you do, we truly appreciate each and every one of you!

Becca & Daniel

 
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Campfire Guidelines

 

We love seeing our campers spending time outside around a campfire with friends. We have a few campfire guidelines in place for the safety of all:

  1. Please keep it reasonable. No large 'bonfires' are allowed on campsites for safety reasons.

  2. Has it been windy and dry lately? That might mean campfires are banned, or that other special rules or restrictions are in effect. Contact us if you are unsure to find out if there is a burn ban or other weather-related rules you need to know. We will post in our Farm Family group on Facebook any time there is a fire ban, please check before burning.

  3. If you must use an accelerant to start your fire please use a small amount of lighter fluid. NOTE: Gasoline and Motor oil should NEVER be used on campfires. It seeps into the ground, can be dangerous, and is not nature friendly.

  4. Campfires are NEVER to be left unattended. Because you can endanger those around you, this is one of the most important camping rules, regardless of where you go. Be sure to put out your fire before bed, before heading out for the day, or when you leave the site at the end of your stay. The general rule of thumb is to make sure the coals and/or ashes are cold.

  5. Firewood is available for purchase through the office (call us if we aren't in) but you are always welcome to walk around and anything that has fallen around the edges of the campground is free to anyone who would like it. You are also welcome to purchase your own from wherever you would like.

  6. Trash should NEVER be burned. This includes cans, bottles, and plastics.