All deposits are non-refundable & due w/in 10 days of reservation. --$150.00 per cottage & $25.00 deposit for each RV or tent – per
week or less. We understand plans can go astray. However, our business is based primarily on advance reservations and the
cancellation cannot always be filled. Keep in mind if more than the required deposit is received and you cancel your reservation,
Camp Carol reserves the right to place that amount towards the balance that would be due from the reservation
(based on the rate of up to 2 ppl).
3-night minimum basis: MAY up to 3rd Saturday in June and month of September
Weekly basis- Saturday to Saturday: 3rd Saturday in June through August 30th
Cottages equipped with: air conditioning & propane heat; gas range; hot & cold water; refrigerator/freezer; microwave; toaster; coffee pot;
toilet and shower; cooking and eating utensils. Trash bags for our trashcans are available. Personal linens are not provided (beds are
full/double and single sizes). Cabins #6 & #7 have one bedroom each with a queen size bed.
•Check-in @12:00 noon BUT COTTAGES MAY NOT BE READY UNTIL AFTER 2:00 PM
•Checkout before 10:00 a.m.
•Water supply is chlorinated well water.
•Each cottage has a porch with the exception of cottage #5—open deck.
•We do not provide BBQ grills. Bring your own PORTABLE BBQ GRILLS, DEEP FRYERS, FIRE PITS ETC & bring material to
raise these items up off the grass to prevent damaging our lawn.
•You are RESPONSIBLE to leave the cottage in the same general condition as it was in when you arrived, cleaning supplies are in the
•Registration and payment are due on arrival (including daily visitors, no exceptions!)
•Children are counted at age 1. There shall be NO exceptions to maximum number of people allowed in a cottage. If you mistakenly
go over the cottage occupancy limit you will be charged $25.00 per person/daily.
•YOUR GUESTS: There is a DAILY & OVERNIGHT visitor fee – Daily Visitor is defined as on the premises during the day up to 11:00
pm. ALL daily visitors must be gone from the premises by no later than 11:00 pm; an overnight visitor is defined as 11:00 pm up to
10:00 am the following morning (see Rate Sheet). Visitors to cottage must not impede cottage occupancy limit. You may want to
inform visiting guests of this fee. You are ultimately responsible for their fee. Visitors to our campground are expected to be respectful
and courteous and will abide by our rules.
•Your Guests are not allowed to bring pets. Ignoring this policy will result in your guests being asked to leave the premises
CATS are NOT allowed in our cottages and only ONE dog per cottage (no matter the size of the dog):
•Pets must be controlled to ensure peace and privacy of other guests
•Any pet showing aggressive behavior or bites someone will be immediately banned from the Camp Carol
•Excessive barking dog will not be tolerated
•Dogs must be leashed and in your attendance at all time
•Pet must hold a valid rabies vaccination certificate
•You must clean up after your pet & if your child(ren) walk the pet waste still must be cleaned up.
•Camper accepts full and complete responsibility for any injury caused by their pets’ actions
RVs must be completely self-contained including grey water. We have a discharge station with the following stipulations:
•2 nights of RV camping or less= no use of dumping station. For RV camping two nights or less and would like to have dumping
privileges add $25.00 to camping fee.
•Please leave your campsite neat and clean upon your departure.
NOTE: Our electrical system will NOT permit the operation of air conditioners in RVs due to low amperage.
RESTROOMS/SHOWER FACILITY -SMOKING IS PROHIBITED IN ALL RESTROOMS
•Please be considerate for the sake of others not to mention for health and safety risks please do not mistreat these areas
•Boat/motor deposits will only be returned to renter at end of your stay upon our inspection of the boat/motor and it is found to be in
clean/undamaged & in satisfactory condition.
•You must be at least 18 years of age to rent &/or operate Camp Carol’s boat motors and have completed an approved boater
education course. New York State Law: all individuals born on or after 5/01/96 are required to successfully complete an approved
•Maximum of 15hp motors on rental boats.
•Renter has been issued or has with them PFD’s for all persons using Camp Carol’s boat/motor. NYS law- children 12 years of age
and younger must wear U.S. Coast Guard personal flotation devices while boating and we require they wear them on our docking
•Boats include one anchor, two oars and a U.S. Coast Guard PFD for each person riding in boat (NEW YOUR STATE LAW).
•PERSONAL BOATS/JET SKIS, ETC: bumpers, ropes, etc. are NOT to be secured to docks when boat is out on the lake.
Electrical cords are to be unplugged and rolled up away from docks and water when not in use; if found not in compliance
they will be removed.
There are two fish processing buildings with electric and water. Do not clean fish in cottages. Do not place anything other than fish
remains in the barrels under the counters in fish cleaning houses. Do not place garbage bags in these barrels.
•Speed Limit is 5mph and is enforced.
•No flammable/volatile liquids/toxic chemicals of any type will be stored under, around or in any of our cottages. In other words,
gasoline cans of any type with any amount of gasoline in them are prohibited from sitting under/around or in any of Camp Carol
cottages (NYS DEPT of HEALTH Violation)
•Quiet hours observed 11:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m.
•No profanity and no loud music are allowed.
•Report any unusual activity or situation immediately. Please report any maintenance situation, do not attempt to repair it yourself.
•Discharging of weapons or fireworks is strictly prohibited at Camp Carol.
•There are designated areas for campfires. Keep in mind that cottages & camper sites (except for two areas) do not have their own
campfire area. Fires should not be left unattended. Campfires only allowed in the designated areas. DO NOT move the fire rings.
It is your responsibility to clean out your trash/debris in the ring.
•Only general trash will be accepted in our trash bin for all other trash YOU CARRY IT IN / YOU CARRY IT OUT. And as
always use common sense—no flammable or hazardous materials are to be disposed of in our trash
(i.e. propane cylinders, gas tanks, cans of pain, etc.)
•Please remove all trash from your cottage or camping site and place in dumpster.
•Do not mix cardboard & newspapers in with regular trash (i.e. pizza boxes, camping equipment boxes, etc.); let us know you have it
and we will pick it up.
•We sell Fishing and Hunting Licenses.
Campfire wood is available, help yourself.
New York State that restricts the transporting of untreated firewood to a 50-mile radius unless its source is identified as New York
Approved Treated Firewood to reduce the risk of introduction and spread of invasive insects and diseases of trees.
Camp Carol assumes no responsibility and is released from any and all liability for your loss, damage or stolen personal property. Renter
takes full responsibility for damages to the cottage, property, boat & motor and for accidents on the water, injury or illness occurring to
themselves or to their visitors. If you have not already done so Camp Carol recommends that you purchase insurance for your personal
possessions. The renter will incur all costs for such damages.
Camp Carol reserves the right to make necessary changes in the rules and policies at any time to protect the safety of all campers and
in the best interest of the campground. Any one refusing to abide by the rules or creating a disturbance will be asked to leave without
refund. We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone noncompliant with campground rules.
Your deposit is acknowledgement that YOU and your group have read and fully understand the policy and rates put forth by Camp Carol.