These Rules are meant to provide clarification regarding the occupancy of the Kootenay River RV Park “Park” and to establish the rules of conduct for the good of all persons present on Park private property as well as the foundation and fundamental aspects of the license of occupation. These Rules will be enforced to ensure the quality of the Park and guest experience, the environment, and our lifestyle.

Please note that the sites are only to be occupied, and their use is VERY restricted by the following rules. RESIDENTIAL TENANCIES DO NOT APPLY IN ANY WAY, SHAPE OR FORM. ANY USE OR RENTAL OF A SITE IS STRICTLY BY WAY OF A LICENSE TO OCCUPY ONLY. Under the license to occupy, the registered guest(s) is given permission to use and occupy the site, however that permission may be revoked at any time. Under such agreement and to be fair, the guest(s) occupying the site are also under no obligation to give the Park owner/operator any notice to vacate and may do so at any time they choose to do so.    

The Term “Guest” as used in the rules which forms the license of occupation applies to the party signing a receipt of fees paid or rule acknowledgement and on behalf of and with all responsibility for all other registered persons that may be permitted to occupy the RV site.

Kootenay River RV Park reserves the right to:

  1. Operate the business under a license of occupation only, whether written, oral, express, or implied.
  2. Determine and control when and who may and may not enter the Park.
  3. Eject any guest or visitors who, in the opinion of the Park is undesirable.
  4. Maintain, enter, and have control over any and all sites at any time whatsoever.
  5. Restrict visitor hours. All visitors of guests must vacate the Park by 10pm unless registered with the office (additional fee may apply).
  6. Restrict anyone entering the property to be of at least 18 years of age or older.
  7. Amend or change the rates/fees for services at any time.
  8. Amend or change the rules/license of occupancy from time to time and posting onsite as well as online as replacing the previous version.
  9. Additional restrictions as described below.

Visitors are allowed and will be assumed to be visiting the guests of the site which they are on. Guests are responsible for their visitors to the park at all times. This includes ensuring they park in visitor parking areas only. Visitor pets are not permitted in the Park at any time.

Guests are not permitted to have visitors in their absence unless prior arrangements have been made with the Park. There are only very specific situations where this will be permitted.

The Park is not responsible for and assumes no liability for theft, vandalism, loss, or other damages to property and/or injury to personal arising out of use of the facilities or caused by others while on the property. We recommend you carry adequate insurance on your personal property at all times

We are a quiet park; therefore, quiet time is all of the time. Guests are asked to keep all noise to a level that will not disturb other Park users. Please no radios, stereos, musical instruments, etc. Respect your neighbor. Common courtesy is expected at all times from all Guests and Visitors.

Rates are based on a maximum two-person occupancy. Any additional guests or visitors staying past 10 pm must be approved and registered prior to by the Park and may be subject to additional fees. All late payments of fees will be charged $5/day each and everyday a balance is outstanding.

No guest shall be permitted to assign, sublease or rent their RV and/or RV site.

No person may pursue any business, hobby or other activity within the Park which may in any way create a nuisance or cause a disturbance to others that will obstruct or interfere with the right of others to use or enjoy the common areas or their respective RV site. A person’s activity may not in any way be harmful, dangerous or unsafe to the health, safety or welfare of any person or property within the Park as determined by management. They may not be in violation of any federal, provincial, or municipal law, code, regulation or ordinance. A nuisance is defined as anything that is visually or audibly offensive, that obstructs or interferes with the rights of others as determined by the Park.

Soliciting in the Park of any kind is strictly prohibited.

Alcohol is to be confined to your site at all times and is not permitted in any other area of the Park (office, washrooms and laundry etc.).

If smoking, please ensure that all cigarette butts are disposed of properly in an ashtray or can. By doing so, it improves the cleanliness of our park.

Smoking or vaping of Cannabis is not permitted anywhere on the Park property. The odor can be offensive to non-users.

Please be respectful of the other guests in the Park and avoid walking through occupied sites.

The speed limit in the park is 10km/hr as posted. Any damage to any vehicle will not be the responsibility of Kootenay River RV Park.

Off road bikes, quads, mini bikes, snowmobiles and all other un-insured vehicles are prohibited to be driven in any area of the Park.

Only one sleeping unit 20 years old and newer is permitted per site unless approved by the Park. In addition to the sleeping unit, only one primary used passenger vehicle may be parked at the site at any time. Space to park one additional passenger vehicle is available elsewhere in the Park. The site is not to have any vehicles “stored” on it at any time. If the Park has to tow a vehicle the costs will be billed to the Guest. The Park has the right to move any vehicles if it has a need to for emergency purposes. Due to limited space, we cannot accommodate boat trailers, utility trailers, car dollies, etc.

Continued parking violations will be subject to a $10/incident fine.

No canopies or shade structures are permitted at any time.

No spotlights, floodlights or high intensity lighting may be operated on any RV and/or site.

We encourage the planting of flowers etc. but ask that you please do so into pots. This is limited to 5 reasonable sized and Park approved flowerpots. Growing of Cannabis is not permitted anywhere on the Park property. Watering of the pots is to be done between the hours of 7pm and 9am and from the RV units water outlet(s) only to ensure we have sufficient water for the operation of the Park. Personal sprinklers or misters are not permitted at any time as all lawn areas are maintained strictly by the Park staff.

Fences, tarps, glass, windbreakers and clotheslines are not permitted.

Weeding, edging, pruning, lawn cutting and watering of the grounds and sites will be done by the Park staff only please. Please help us by keeping the lot clean and uncluttered at all times.

Snow shoveling, sanding and salting of individual RV site/parking stall and pathways are the responsibility of the Guests. Roadways, sidewalks, and common parking areas will be the responsibility of the Park.

Hose washing of vehicles or RV’s and running of generators is not permitted.

Repairing vehicles on RV sites, streets, driveways or parking areas is prohibited. A repair service or tow truck may be called to move your disabled vehicle to a place of repairs, but repairs may not be made on site.

No use of power tools ⁄ pressure washers ⁄ outside vacuums during tourism season please (mid April through mid October).

Belongings need to be stored out of eyesight ie. inside your shed if you have one or away to a storage facility.

Hot tubs, wading pools, carports and decks are not permitted.

All sewer hook–ups must be the “screw type” and water tight to meet municipal health regulations.

Winterizing including skirting and individual waterline insulating can be done any time after October 1st. It must be removed in the spring by May 1st. The only skirting materials permitted to stay up are Park approved factory/professionally made vinyl products that are easily and quickly removable ie. fastened by grommets or snaps. The Park is responsible for heat tracing the water supply standpipe each winter season. The RV Park washrooms are closed for the winter months (mid October to mid April).

Guests have access and the use of the potable water supply (one port from the water supply Y connection only) and are not permitted to use any other water connection/supply.

Pets are permitted at the discretion of the Park and must be approved and registered. Visitors’ pets are not permitted anywhere/anytime on the property.

When outside the recreation unit/vehicle pets must be leashed and attended at all times. No running loose, no access to office, washrooms or laundry.

Noisy, dangerous or unruly pets will not be permitted in the Park.

Cleaning up after the pets is the responsibility of the owner and droppings must be bagged and disposed of in the garbage bins.

Goods and services tax is applied to all fees/rates.

Canada Post does not recognize legal tenancies in RV Parks and as such they will not assign a rural mailbox. All mail must be addressed to a post office box or general delivery at a local post office only.

It is the sole responsibility of the Park owner/operator to pay for all services and maintenance related to the services offered as advertised ie property taxes, hydro, wi-fi, potable water, cable tv and sanitary sewer services. **Electricity consumption is by Park owned metering and fees are charged at cost to reduce wastefulness.

We do not require and will never ask the current living arrangements of our guests. We respect their rights and privacy. We do appreciate your patronage and respect your right to choose where and when you stay, although we do require those same rights to be reciprocal.

The Park shall have the right to amend and enforce any rule or regulation as listed and/or posted.