These rules of procedure relate to the order of 17 February 2014 concerning the obligation for campsites to have model rules of procedure and an information notice on the conditions for renting pitches throughout the year.
Rules and regulations of ” Camping MON REPOS** “
ARTICLE 1: Conditions of admission
To be admitted to enter, settle and stay on the campsite, you must be authorised by the manager or his representative. The manager has the obligation to ensure that the campsite is kept in good order and that the present internal regulations are respected.
The fact of staying on the campsite “MON REPOS” implies the acceptance of the provisions of the present rules and the commitment to comply with them.
ARTICLE 2 : Police formalities
Any person having to stay at least one night in the campsite must first present to the manager or his representative his identity papers and fill in the formalities required by the police.
Minors not accompanied by their parents will only be admitted with a dated and signed parental authorisation.
ARTICLE 3 : Installation
The tent or caravan and the related equipment must be installed on the indicated pitch in accordance with the instructions given by the manager or his representative.
Any night spent in a conventional car, van or utility vehicle will be considered as having been spent in a motorhome.
ARTICLE 4 : Reception office
The opening hours of the reception office are from 8.30 a.m. to 10 p.m. during the months of June, July and August; outside this period, from 8.30 a.m. to 12 noon and from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.
At the reception desk you will find information about the services of the campsite, information about food and drink, sports facilities, tourist attractions in the area and various useful addresses.
A complaints book or a special box for complaints is available to users. Complaints will only be taken into consideration if they are signed, as precise as possible and relate to relatively recent events.
ARTICLE 5 : Fees
Fees are paid at the reception desk. Their amount is displayed at the reception desk. They are due for the number of nights spent on the site.
Nights end at noon. Campsite users are requested to inform the reception desk of their departure. Campers intending to leave before the opening time of the reception office must pay their fees the day before.
ARTICLE 6 : Noise and silence
The users of the campsite are urged to avoid any noise and discussions that could disturb their neighbours.
The use of sound equipment (radios, televisions, etc.) must not be heard beyond the perimeter of each pitch. They must be adjusted accordingly.
The closing of doors and trunks must be as discreet as possible.
There must be complete silence between 22:00 and 8:00. During this time, it is compulsory that everyone respects the right to sleep and the calm of their neighbours.
ARTICLE 7 : Animals
The introduction of animals and in particular dogs into the campsite is subject to the presentation to the reception of a valid anti-rabies vaccination certificate. Animals must be identifiable by tattoo and the owner’s address written on the collar. In no case, even when tied, may they remain on the campsite without their master’s presence.
In accordance with article 211.1 of the Rural Code, and the decrees and ministerial orders for its application, first category dogs known as “attack dogs” (pit bulls, etc.) and second category dogs known as “guard and defence dogs” (rottweilers, etc.) are prohibited (article 211.5 of the Rural Code).
Dogs and other animals must never be left at large. It is forbidden to bring animals to the playgrounds or the sanitary facilities.
They must not be left on the campsite, even locked up in the absence of their owners who are civilly responsible for them. They are regularly taken outside the campsite to satisfy their natural needs.
ARTICLE 8 : Visitors
After having been authorised by the manager or his representative, visitors may be admitted to the campsite under the responsibility of the campers who receive them.
The camper can receive one or more visitors at the reception. If visitors are allowed to enter the campsite, the camper who receives them may be required to pay a fee, insofar as the visitor has access to the services and facilities of the campsite. This fee is displayed at the entrance to the campsite and at the reception desk. Visitors’ cars are not allowed on the campsite.
Under the responsibility of the clients who receive them, visitors must inform themselves about the said rules and regulations and take note of the safety advice and the evacuation plan which are displayed at the campsite entrance, at the reception desk and in the sanitary facilities.
ARTICLE 9 : Traffic and parking of vehicles
Inside the campsite, vehicles must drive at a speed limit of 10 KM/H. Traffic is forbidden between 10 pm and 8 am.
A car park in front of the reception is available for campers returning after the time limit. Campsite users must put their vehicles in the car park before 22:00 if they plan to leave between 22:00 and 08:00. Campground users are advised to take the usual precautions to safeguard their vehicles.
Only vehicles belonging to campers staying on the campsite may be driven on the campsite. Strictly forbidden parking on the pitches usually occupied by camping shelters must not, moreover, hinder traffic or prevent the installation of new arrivals.
ARTICLE 10 : Behaviour and appearance of the facilities
Everyone is obliged to refrain from any action that could harm the cleanliness, hygiene and appearance of the campsite. Children under 10 years of age must use the sanitary facilities under the supervision of their parents. It is forbidden to throw waste water on the ground or into the gutter. Caravanners” must empty their waste water into the facilities provided for this purpose. Household refuse, waste of all kinds and paper must be deposited in the bins. Everyone is required to refrain from any action that could harm the cleanliness and appearance of the campsite and its facilities, particularly the sanitary facilities. Washing is strictly forbidden outside the bins provided for this purpose. The hanging of laundry will be tolerated until 12 noon near the shelters, provided that it is discreet and does not disturb the neighbours. It must never be done from trees. Plants and floral decorations must be respected. Campers are not allowed to put nails in trees, cut branches or make plantations. It is also forbidden to mark out the location of an installation by personal means, or to dig up the ground. Any damage to the vegetation, fences, grounds or facilities of the campsite will be charged to the person responsible.
The pitch used during the stay must be maintained in the same condition as the camper found it on arrival.
ARTICLE 11 : Security
1. Fire :
Open fires (wood, coal, etc.) are strictly forbidden. Collective barbecues are available to users. However, the use of barbecues is allowed under the sole and entire responsibility of the campers, who must provide a means of extinction in case of emergency. Fire extinguishers are available and under the responsibility of all.
Stoves must be kept in perfect working order and must not be used under a tent or near a car. Alcohol or petrol stoves are also prohibited. The storage of liquid or flammable materials is prohibited.
In case of fire, notify the management immediately. Fire extinguishers can be used if necessary.
A first aid kit is available at the reception desk.
Smokers are asked to be very careful when smoking. It is strictly forbidden to drop ashes and cigarette butts on the floor.
The management is responsible for items left at the office and has a general obligation to monitor the campsite. The camper is responsible for his own installation and must report any suspicious person to the manager.
Although security is provided, users of the campsite are advised to take the usual precautions to safeguard their equipment.
ARTICLE 12: Games
No violent or disturbing games may be played in the vicinity of the facilities. The meeting room may not be used for lively games. Children must always be under the supervision of their parents.
ARTICLE 13: Dead garage
Unoccupied equipment may only be left on the campsite with the agreement of the Management and only at the indicated location. A fee, the amount of which is displayed at the reception desk, will be due for the dead garage.
All caravanners must be equipped with a fire extinguisher accessible outside and insured.
ARTICLE 14 : Display
The present rules and regulations are displayed at the campsite entrance and at the reception desk. It is given to the client on request.
ARTICLE 15 : Infringement of the internal regulations
In the event that a resident disturbs the stay of the other users or does not respect the provisions of the present internal regulations, the manager or his representative, can orally or in writing, if he considers it necessary, give notice to the latter to stop the disturbance.
In the event of serious or repeated infringement of the internal regulations and after formal notice by the manager to comply with them, the latter may terminate the camper’s contract without notice and without compensation.
In the event of a criminal offence, the owner may call in the police.
Article 1: Facilities
Double-axle” caravans are not allowed on the campsite.
Hangers with a total weight in excess of 2500 kg, heavy goods vehicles, utility vehicles intended for the transport of goods and used for professional purposes, and double-axle caravans are prohibited.
The owners of caravans and camping cars are responsible for the conformity of their equipment to the NF 5 56-200 standard.
ARTICLE 2: Electrical connection
The request for an electrical connection must be made at the reception. It is strictly forbidden to manipulate the electrical terminals and to modify the safety system of the sockets.
The connections have a capacity of 5 amps for a voltage of 220 volts satisfying the energy demand of small household appliances under 1300 watts and lighting. The connection of washing machines, dishwashers and other powerful electrical equipment is strictly prohibited.
The electrical connection material (cables, multiple sockets) must be compatible with a 2.5mm section power supply, the cables must be of a single length between the distribution point and the place of use.
Campers who do not comply with these connection rules will be moved to a site without an electrical connection.
ARTICLE 3 : Prohibitions
It is forbidden to
- To build fences.
- To store used objects, to add shelters of wood, sheet metal or other materials.
- To deprive caravans of their means of mobility (wheel and tow bar).
- Erecting hard canopies that would make them subject to planning permission.
- Use water inappropriately for watering plantations or washing vehicles.
- To set up transportable or dismountable houses known as “light leisure dwellings”.
- Cutting or pruning trees without permission.
- Drive nails into trees.
- Displaying or publishing information on the pitches or on a campsite fence.
- Keeping animals (chickens, ducks ….).
- Planting vegetable crops.
- To build “cabins”.
No development may be carried out on the pitches without prior written authorisation from the campsite management.
ARTICLE 4: Display
We reserve the right to modify the text at any time.
ARTICLE 5: Execution
The Chief of the Gendarmerie Brigade, the Campsite Manager or his replacement, are each responsible for the execution of the present rules which will be displayed in the usual public places as well as on the board assigned to the campers’ information.
A copy will also be given to the camper, upon arrival, at his request.