TTCM Campground Rules  --  Bellevue & Hesperia

Failure to follow these rules may result in expulsion from the campground or loss of membership.

If you have any questions about any rule you should contact the Campground Director.

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1.  The campgrounds are owned & operated by the members of Travel Trailer Club of the Midwest (TTCM). The campgrounds are for the use of TTCM members and their guests.

2.  It is the members responsibility to provide proof of membership. Each member must display their TTCM membership number AND current year sticker on or near their RV so it is visible from the outside of the unit when on a campsite or when in storage.

3.  It is the members responsibility to pay their camping fee for the duration of their stay before proceeding to set up on site. It is not the duty of the campground director or property tender to go around collecting fees.

4.  Ground fires are not permitted. The use of portable fire pots and barbecue cookers should be done in a matter that will not damage the grass or tables.

5.  No dumping of waste water directly on the ground is allowed. Waste water must be drained into a closed container and disposed of at the dump station.

6.  Please observe quiet time: 11:00pm to 8:00am

7.  All youth 12 and under should be in or near their campsites by 11:00pm unless accompanied by a parent or adult.

8.  All pets are to be confined to the owner's campsite unless on a leash not to exceed 10 feet in length. All pet droppings must be cleaned up immediately. This includes all cleared areas of the campgrounds and the dog run. Pets will not be permitted in any building (even if you are carrying them). Pets must not disturb other campers with barking or aggressive behavior.

9.  Members are responsible to mow the grass around and under their RV every week when their unit is on a campsite for an extended period.

10.  The use of outside mats, rugs, or canvas flooring is discouraged, but permitted. However, they must be picked up when the camper is unoccupied for any length of time.

11.  All campers are to police their own campsites and refrain from littering or defacing the campgrounds or the buildings.

12.  No outdoor shower or toilet is allowed on any campsite.

13.  If you use the Rec Hall you must clean the tables, floor, and kitchen area when finished. If a chapter or group uses the electric or gas appliances a donation to cover the operational costs is appreciated.

14.  Garbage is to be placed in plastic bags, tied tightly, and placed in the dumpster.

15.  Members are responsible for the actions of their children, guests, and pets.

16.  Speed limit in the campgrounds is 5 mph for the safety of everyone.

17.  No vehicle or RV washing is permitted on the weekend.

18.  Honey wagon usage fee is $2.00 payable before use.

19.  The dump station is for members and guests. In keeping with helping fellow campers, a fee of $10.00 will be charged to outside campers.

20.  Hunting is not permitted on any TTCM property.

21.  Smoking is prohibited in the Rec Hall.

22.  Personal golf carts, ATV’s, side-by-sides, motorcycles, motorbikes, tractors, etc. (other than those made for small children and classified as toys), may only be operated by a licensed driver who is 16 years of age or older. Maximum operating speed is 5 MPH within the campground. Any vehicle driven after dark must have both front and rear lights. Proof of insurance must be on file with the campground director before you can begin to use the vehicle on campground property.

Regarding golf cart, ATV, side-by-side, and similar vehicles -- Children under the age of 2 years may ride on the drivers lap but are not to handle or grasp the steering wheel when the vehicle is in motion. Children age 2 and above are not to sit on the drivers lap when the vehicle is in motion. In other words, children are not allowed to operate the vehicle -- even with adult supervision. Campground Director has the authority to determine if vehicle violates any operational, safety, or other concern and is authorized to revoke operational privileges at their discretion.

Revised: Sep 2022

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