Rules and regulations

Campground and accomodations

  • The camper is responsible for keeping his land or his rented accommodation clean as its initial state.
  • A $ 50 fee may apply for uncleanliness in yurts, cabins and trailers (rentals).
  • Yurts, cabins and trailers (rentals) are non-smoking.

Animals

  • Animals must be kept on leash at all times.
  • They are prohibited at the beach, lake, community hall, playground and golf course.
  • It is allowed to bathe your animal in the river.
  • You are responsible of picking up your animal’s excrements.
  • We have increased our severity in regards to dogs

General informations

  • Campfire Firewood: It is forbidden to bring wood from outside to avoid EAB (emerald ash borer) infestations. Camping Nature Plein air offers firewood for only $ 6.50 per bundle.
  • Residual materials: Camping Nature Plein air implements all possible actions to reduce the environmental footprint of its activities. The campsite invites all campers and visitors to collect recyclable and compostable materials during their stay.
  • Storage: When booking for two consecutive weekends during low season, it is possible to leave your RV on your campsite, at no extra charge, if not connected to services. A fee of $ 5 per night applies if connected to the services.
  • Swimming: Children under 12 years of age must be accompanied by an adult at all times. No bathing is allowed after 9 pm. Please respect bathing hours.
  • Sanitary blocks: Available between May 8th and October 12th , 2019

Seasonal Camping Regulations

General order

  • The season begins on May 3rd and ends on October 7th, 2019.
  • Seasonal prices include 30 amps, an outdoor refrigerator, air conditioning and a propane water heater.
  • Fees of 1$ are applied for every message.
  • A $ 200 fee will be applied for any site move
  • Seasonal sites include 2 adults and their children 20 years and under.
  • Seasonal campers may not transform or modify their site neither may they add to their trailer without permission from the owner.
  • If you have decided to sell your trailer, the management team must be advised when offered for sale.
  • Units over 20 years of age may not be sold on site.
  • Only trailers dated from 1999 to 2019 are accepted.
  • All slabs, plants, blocks, etc … must remain on site. The land must remain in good condition.
  • Seasonal guests must leave at 11 pm or check in for the night.
  • No tacks or pins should be used on picnic tables.
  • All clotheslines must be removed at the end of the season.
  • No decorations, hooks, screws or metal items should be installed or attached to trees.
  • Never bring the following materials: in the pile of branches near the golf course or in the pile of leaves at the entrance of the 3 garbage services, plastic, metal, cement and any other similar materials should not be burned.
  • All vehicles must be parked on your lot and not on nearby lots at all times or in the parking lot.
  • On or off the grounds, no digging is allowed because of pipes and electrical wires without permission.

Type of equipment permitted

  • Only one dwelling permitted per lot
  • No fences are permitted between sites.
  • On your property, only metal or plastic sheds will be accepted. The maximum size should be 5’x 7′

Water

  • Never wash vehicle or RV under running water.
  • Be reasonable with your water consumption.
  • It is forbidden to wash in the lake.
  • All slabs, plants, blocks, etc. must remain on initial grounds. The campsite must remain in respectable condition.

For your confort and wellness

Lawns should be mowed every two weeks. From May 15th until closing dates. In the event that management should do the mowing, a fee of $ 10 per cut will be charged. Never mow grass before 10 am.

  • Opening Hours: The gate opens at 8 am and closes at 11 pm.
  • No engine sounds are permitted before 8 am those wishing to leave before; parking is provided for this purpose.
  • Any noise or music that may bother your neighbor will not be tolerated.
  • Management team reserves the right at all times to verify proper operation of propane appliances (stove, heating, etc.).
  • Adequate alcoholic beverage consumption is required. Any drug use and immoral behavior will result in expulsion.
  • After 2 warnings, management reserves the right of expulsion.
  • Management reserves the right to expel anyone who does not respect the rules.
  • Each Seasonal camper is responsible of informing guests of these regulations.

Camping Nature Plein air Plans

Camping Nature Plein air is located in Mansonville in the Eastern Townships. It offers 80 acres along the Missisquoi River in the heart of the mountains. A dream location for your vacations, the campsite is located near Magog, Sutton and Vermont in the United States. Discover in more detail available grounds.

2 & 3 utilities section

The 2 & 3 utilities section of the CAMPING NATURE PLEIN AIR has 129 sites available for your tent or tent-trailer and is where you will find our yurt and chalet. You will also find two public facilities include showers, flush toilets and laundry area, a play area with horseshoe pits and Petanque courts, a children’s playground, a dog park, a party tent, a lake and a golf course (par 3).

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Rustic section

This area of the campground is a wonderful place to be one with nature and offers camping in its true form. These camping spots are all located along the Missisquoi River and are ideal for tents as they are not connected to utilities. However, there are drinking water taps close by and you will find public facilities with showers, toilets and a laundry area.

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