Rules and Guidelines for Campers
CAMP HOST CONTACT – For any after-hours emergencies or questions please contact our Station at 403-534-2129.
ACCOUNTABILITY – It is each camper’s responsibility to read, understand and follow the Campground Rules. Failing to follow the Campground Rules will result in a warning, additional charges or eviction.
RAILWAY EQUIPMENT – There is absolutely no climbing allowed on the caboose cabins, train, railway artifacts, or any other building. Climbing or playing on any structure is trespassing and is very dangerous. Failing to follow this rule will result in immediate eviction.
RAILWAY TRACKS – No playing on/near the railway tracks. All persons must cross at the designated crossings, look both ways and listen. Cross only when it is safe to do so.
CHILDREN – Parents are responsible for their children and will be held accountable if their children fail to comply with any of the Campground Rules. Never leave your children unintended. The playground is open, but please note that this amenity is NOT sanitized NOR monitored, so we do ask that you supervise your children.
No climbing is allowed on the caboose cabins, train, railway artifacts, or any other buildings.
Physical distancing is still required. Please respect the space of others.
CHECK-IN – After 4:00 p.m. CHECK-OUT – before 2 p.m. NO NEED to come to the office on arrival. Simply drive into your reserved site and make yourselves at home anytime after 4 p.m.!
CAMPSITES – 11:00 p.m. is quiet time, please keep noise to a minimum after this time. Leave your site clean and dispose of all trash in dumpsters located around the campground.
Burning anything other than firewood in the designated fire rings is prohibited. This includes plastics, rubber, food scraps, or garbage of any kind. Fires in the designated fire ring only and fires must not reach a height greater than 36″. No obnoxious behavior will be tolerated, even within the confines of a campsite.
FIREWORKS – We have a designated firework area. You must check with the camp hosts for conditions and any bans prior to using it. Consumer-grade fireworks only. All campers should be aware that the fireworks site may be used by campers on any night. Please make sure all pets are secured since fireworks may startle them. Fireworks can be purchased at the campground store.
PET POLICY – Pets are welcome at Aspen Crossing campground. Pets must be kept on a leash and under control at all times. This includes barking, growling, whining, etc. Pets should not be left unattended or outside at any time without an owner present. Campers are responsible for cleaning up after their pets! Pets are not allowed on the beach or in the water at Sunrise Lagoon.
BOOKINGS – All reservations will require full payment unless it is for a group (see below). 3 night minimum applies for any long weekend. Additional units (tents, tent trailers, small RV’S etc.) in the campsite will be subject to a $28.00/night charge. There are no refunds for early departure or for poor weather conditions once paid. Failure to submit the rules form to the drop box by 11:00 P.M. on the first night of your stay may result in fines or removal from the campground.
GROUP BOOKINGS – The facility fee and damage deposit is due at the time of booking. Your group can then call in and pay for their individual sites. Unused or unsold sites in your group will be automatically released through our booking system and available to the public 4 weeks before your reservation starts. Damage deposits are returned at the end of a stay. 3 night minimum for any long weekend. All sites must be paid in full 7 days after booking.
CANCELLATION – If a group needs to cancel it will need to be done 2 weeks prior to arrival to receive a refund. Individual parties need to cancel 1 week before your arrival to receive a fund. Cancellations made within seven days of booking dates will not receive a refund UNLESS we book your site with another party. If we can’t, your full fees will be charged to you. A $12 transaction fee is applied for any refund.
No refunds for weather-related issues including, but not limited to, power outages.
The visitor assumes and accepts all risks incidental to the activity of camping and use of any Aspen Crossing facilities including, but not limited to, injury by insects or animals, swimming, playground, play area equipment, and weather conditions and do not hold Aspen Crossing, the owner, or employees liable for injuries or property damages resulting from such causes.
Violation of any rule or law is grounds for potential removal from Aspen Crossing without refund.
Out of respect for our fellow campers, please DISPOSE OF YOUR GARBAGE in the designated dumpsters.
Recycle bins are located throughout the campground.
FIRES – Firewood is available for campsite delivery. $12 a bundle, or $10 each when you purchase 3 or more.
Burning anything other than firewood in the designated fire rings is prohibited.
Fires must not reach a height greater than 36”
SERVICES, WASHROOMS, LAUNDRY – Laundry facilities are currently CLOSED
WASHROOMS ARE NOW OPEN 24HRS/DAY
FOR FOOD ORDERING DELIVERIES please call the TAVERN at 403-534-2129 Extension 2.
Please note that the option for deliveries is done for the year.
FOR ASSISTANCE, or for WOOD and ICE deliveries please call our Station at 403-534-2129.