Camper Regulations

As each campsite is unique, we took into account our clientele, your values and our characteristics as well as the desired goal: a pleasant place to live and visit. Here are the regulations applicable to camping, to help you and your visitors respect and enforce the site.

The maximum speed, regulatory and considered safe, is 8 km/h.
Priority is given to children, pedestrians and cyclists.

Curfew: The entrance and exit to the campsite is closed between 11:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m.
Noise as well as motorized vehicle traffic are strictly prohibited.

Age of equipment
  • No memorandum of understanding for seasonal land rental will be signed with a new customer whose RV (trailer, trailer in Salette) is over 12 years old and/or motorized over 20 years old.
  • This regulation applies to campers who wish to make a change on the same pitch.
  • One dog weighing 35 lbs or less is accepted per lot. Two dogs whose total size is 35lbs maximum will be tolerated only with the acceptance of management.
  • The walk must be done on a leash by an adult or a responsible person such as a teenager
  • Excrement must be collected and placed in the trash cans (containers) at the entrance only.
  • In the event that a dog’s barking becomes excessive and disturbing, you will be asked to remove the dog from the area and/or remedy the situation.
  • Dogs of the American Staffordshire Terrier, Mastiff, Pitbull, Rottweiler, Tosa-Inu breed are prohibited.
  • Cats are allowed and must not leave the grounds.
  • Dogs and cats are prohibited in the swimming pool, laundry room, community room
  • It is forbidden to drive nails, screws, hooks or damage trees in any way.
  • Trees should not be used as clotheslines.
  • Planting trees is prohibited, including cedars.
  • For any decorative shrub, you must obtain approval from management.
  • All campers must have insurance against fire, theft, vandalism and civil liability.
  • The campsite management declines all responsibility, damage, costs, losses or expenses caused to the tenant by a lack of electricity, wind, rain, hail, insects, rodents, birds or any other animal as well as caused by the act of another camper.
  • Sound systems are prohibited. Only trailer radios or portable speakers are permitted.
  • The noise level of the device must not disturb your neighbors.
  • From 8:30 p.m. the noise level must be reduced as much as possible and will be tolerated as ambience only.
  • No excessive unpleasant noise is tolerated at any time (yelling, blackmail, blasphemy)
Garden shed
  • One (1) garden shed with a maximum size of 8′ X 8′, maximum height at the tip 8′
  • Finished in Lifetime style vinyl or galvanized steel.
  • Must receive management approval before installing the garden shed.
  • The door must face the street.
  • The maximum speed, regulatory and considered safe, is 8 km/h, everywhere on the site and from the entrance to the campsite.
  • Priority is given to children, pedestrians and cyclists.
  • It is prohibited to drive on the shoulder.
  • Prohibited from teaching car driving in the field.
  • Prohibited from driving with a child on your lap.
  • Vehicle traffic is prohibited during curfew hours.
  • It is forbidden to cross between areas by bike or on foot.
  • Fences are prohibited. Only functional solar lights are accepted.
  • To mark the land boundary, you must obtain authorization from management.
  • All commerce is prohibited on the land except with the agreement of the owner.
  • Garage sale, display of product for sale/donation on your property is prohibited.
  • Failure to comply with campground regulations may result in expulsion of the camper.
  • Immoral behavior, offensive language and profanity are not tolerated.
  • The entrance and exit to the campsite is closed between 11:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m. the next day, from Sunday to Friday.
  • Entrance and exit to the campsite is closed from 24:00 on Saturday.
  • Noise as well as motorized vehicle traffic are strictly prohibited.
  • Alcohol consumption is permitted on the campsite, the restaurant, the community room and activity areas.
  • Consumption is prohibited in the swimming pool, water games and children’s park.
  • It is prohibited to smoke cannabis at all times on the perimeter of the campsite and in common areas. (Gathering places). Smoking cannabis will be tolerated in the forest or on the hiking trail.
  • It is prohibited to cultivate cannabis on the campsite.
Rental agreement
  • The location is rentable from season to season.
  • Any tenant wishing to reserve for the following year must notify management of their intention and come and renew the contract before August 15 of the regular season.
  • A non-refundable deposit is required to hold the land.
  • The tenant who does not reserve for the following season must vacate his site before the end of the regular season, i.e. before September 15.
  • Any bad check results in an administration fee of $50.
  • Land reserved for the season must be paid in full no later than June 1 of the year. All post-dated checks must be dated no later than June 1 of the year.
  • Only the owner and spouse of the RV are accepted on the contract.
  • Dependent children, and/or grandchildren aged 12 and under are accepted on the contract. Maximum of 2.
Constructions and renovations
  • A building permit is mandatory before starting any work on the land and must be displayed during the duration of the work.
  • An exact plan of construction and development must be presented to management for approval before receiving the building permit.
  • All construction projects must be done to the satisfaction of management. (Square)
  • An unfinished construction will be demolished at the camper’s expense.
  • The construction of a kitchenette or permanent extension is prohibited.
  • A treated wood deck, the length of the trailer floor x 10 feet is permitted.
  • Maximum height of the terrace is 20 inches.
  • A ramp on the balcony is permitted with a maximum height of 18 inches.
  • The permitted construction period is from opening until St-Jean Baptiste Day and after Labor Day.
  • Permitted hours are 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday to Saturday. No construction on Sundays and public holidays.
  • The use of power tools outside of permitted times, for repair purposes and with management approval is permitted.
  • Only parasol clotheslines are permitted with the agreement of management for the location.
  • It is forbidden to hang laundry in plain sight on Friday from 12:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. on Sunday.
Amazon mail/delivery
  • The campground cannot appear as the tenant’s primary address. Any mail sent to the campground out of season will be returned to the sender.
  • Amazon deliveries are accepted, however we are not responsible for your purchases. You must come and collect them from the campsite reception.
Trailer detail (washing)
  • Trailer detailing is permitted twice per season only.
  • The permitted period is from opening until St-Jean Baptiste Day and after Labor Day.
  • A hose nozzle (water gun) or pressure washer is required. It is forbidden to let the hose flow unnecessarily.
  • Anyone causing damage to land, buildings and trees will be held responsible.
Potable water
  • The connection of your RV to the campsite networks must be waterproof and leak-free.
  • The use of drinking water for purposes other than domestic is prohibited
  • It is prohibited to wash your car, motorcycle and/or truck at any time. This includes the boiler.
  • It is forbidden to water plants, gardens, lawns, etc. with a garden hose. Only a hand watering can is permitted.
  • The use of the garden hose for seed, peat or fertilizer is permitted only with management approval.
  • It is prohibited to use water for recreational purposes, either through the use of garden hoses, water games or swimming pools.
  • Children’s swimming pools are prohibited on the grounds.
  • Your connection to the sewer networks must be waterproof.
  • The use of towels, rags or other cloth to ensure waterproofing is prohibited.
  • The connection to the sewer network must be made of 3-inch or 4-inch rigid pipe (ABS or PVC) for seasonal workers.
  • A hose can only be used if it is placed in a gutter.
  • The use of sealing gasket is mandatory.
  • Modification of the sewer system is prohibited under penalty of eviction.
  • All seasonal lots are equipped with a meter certified and inspected by Hydro Quebec. Horizon Campsite is certified and registered according to the requirements of the Electricity and Gas Inspection Act by Measurement Canada.
  • Your consumption is reimbursed at the Horizon campsite at the end of the season at the same rates invoiced by Hydro Québec.
  • It is forbidden to modify your electrical box under penalty of expulsion.
  • For land where a connection panel is located, access to the panel must remain free at all times.
  • You are responsible for the maintenance and cleanliness of your seasonal site. Weekly (every week) lawn mowing required.
  • You are responsible for your flowerbeds if applicable.
  • You are responsible for your sheets.
  • You are responsible for the maintenance and cleanliness of your equipment, balcony, gazebo, dinette and any other accessories on the campsite.
  • Any negligence in complying with the cleanliness of the equipment, balcony, fireplace, shed and land may result in non-renewal of the land.
  • Children are under the responsibilities of their parents at all times.
  • Parents are responsible for the safety of their children, it is wise to teach them the basic rules of caution when cycling.
  • Any damage that may be caused by children will be the responsibility of the parents.
  • Children’s electric carts are prohibited.
Fires and fireplace
  • Only one fireplace per lot (either propane or wood)
  • Commercial fireplaces are accepted with sparks. Brick fireplace designed for fires are accepted according to certain criteria. (See direction)
  • Maximum fireplace height is 60 inches.
  • Prohibited from lighting fires outside of homes.
  • The fire must be constantly monitored with a maximum height of 2 feet.
  • Fires must be extinguished before retiring for the night.
  • Natural fireplace wood is permitted to be burned only.
  • It is forbidden to burn construction wood, treated or painted wood.
  • No piles of wood should be near the fireplace.
  • Your wood (maximum of one cord) must be kept at the back of the trailer or shed, leaving free passage.
  • Forbidden to burn leaves.
  • Firecrackers, fireworks or other pyrotechnics are prohibited on the field
Parties and gatherings
  • When planning a party or gathering you must obtain permission from management.
  • A maximum of 20 people is allowed on seasonal land.
  • If you are planning a larger gathering, we will be happy to provide you with a suitable location on the grounds.
  • A guest list is required at reception to manage parking.
  • Grass cutting is the responsibility of the camper and must be done weekly.
  • Regular lawn maintenance includes the back of the trailer.
  • If management is required to mow neglected grass, a fee of $75 will be billed to the tenant. There is the possibility of entrusting the campsite with mowing the grass for the season for a fee.
  • Lawn mowing is permitted from Monday to Saturday (incl.) between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. and Friday until 7 p.m.
  • Lawn mowing is prohibited on Sundays and public holidays.
Waste management
  • Waste must be placed in the containers designated for this purpose at the campsite entrance.
  • Recyclable materials (paper, cardboard, glass and plastic) must be placed in the blue bins at the campsite entrance.
  • Large cartons should be cut into reasonable pieces.
  • A composting bin is available for all greenery. No food is allowed in the compost bin.
  • It is forbidden to leave propane containers (regardless of size) in recovery bins.
  • Prohibited from throwing away RV batteries.
  • It is forbidden to throw away empty containers of paint, stain or other chemical products.
  • For all large scraps, that is to say, furniture, mattresses and other items, specific dates will be communicated to you at the start and end of the season. If you are not sure, ask management.
  • Gazebo with rigid or canvas roof are permitted.
  • Mosquito net style shelters are prohibited on seasonal land.
  • A maximum size of 10’ x 12’ subject to management approval.
  • Curtain fabrics must remain open at all times. (The four sides).
  • Only mosquito nets or clear transparent plastic sheets can be used.
  • Only a gazebo or dinette is permitted on the property.
  • A solarium shelter with a maximum of 16 feet is permitted.
Out of season
  • For winter storage only your RV is permitted (for any other equipment or even management).
  • The campground is not responsible for damage caused to equipment during winter storage.
  • Outside of opening dates, any visit to the field is at your own risk (you are not insured for accidents or other inconveniences that may occur).
  • For reasons of sound management and safety, management reserves the right to inspect camping equipment.
  • No harsh lights are permitted at night.
  • Any evening light must not inconvenience your neighbors.
Garbage can
  • Personal trash cans are prohibited on the balcony.
  • Your trash/recycling must not be in view of the street. (We recommend putting your trash cans in the shed so as not to attract raccoons, skunks and cats).
Grounds and cleanliness
  • The land is for seasonal rental to be used for vacation and pleasure.
  • Use as storage, management has the right not to renew the contract.
  • The rear of the trailer must remain clean and free of debris. Stackable storage bins (Rubbermaid, Tupperware) are not permitted in view.
  • Any tenant wishing to reserve for the following year is required to sign and pay the amounts indicated BEFORE August 15 of the regular season.
  • The improvement is at the expense of the tenant. The development of the site, such as peat, earth and gravel are at the expense of the tenant.
  • Before your departure, your property must be cleaned up: large objects as well as children’s toys must be tidy and the home must be left clean. (It is forbidden to put cardboard boxes to burn in fireplaces).
  • If you choose to vacate the land, you are required to put back sod in all the places where the grass has been removed. If the management agrees to keep the slabs in good condition and only after inspection are you free from your responsibility as a tenant of the land.
  • Trailers are prohibited on the grounds.
  • When you transport goods by trailer, following unloading, management will notify you of the location where it is permitted to leave it. (The trailer must leave the site following your stay)
Without fixed addresses (snowbird)
  • A person who does not have a renewable annual lease and a monthly rent outside the campsite.
  • A person who does not own a house with a fixed address and does not pay municipal taxes.
Satellite/TV antenna
  • A satellite or saucer antenna is only accepted on the trailer or shed.
  • They must remain discreet.
  • Bell or cable Videotron installations are prohibited on site.
Sous location
  • Il est interdit de louer/ prêter votre VR.
Vehicle and parking
  • Only one is allowed per location. For a second vehicle or even the management.
  • Only holders of a valid driving license are authorized to drive on site (no children behind the wheel on the driver’s lap)
  • It is strictly forbidden to park on your neighbors’ land or the common areas of the campsite without the agreement of management.
RV sales
  • Any tenant who wants to sell their RV on the campsite must make a request to management.
  • A trailer aged 20 years and over in good condition accepted on the land by management, will be transferred from owner with the mention last sale on the land. The potential buyer must meet the campsite owner and review the regulations before any final transaction.
  • The potential buyer must meet the campsite owner and review the regulations before any final transaction.
  • The potential buyer must meet the campsite owner and review the regulations before any final transaction. This decision remains at the discretion of the Horizon campsite management.
  • An administrative contract transfer fee of $75 will apply.
  • The tenant is responsible for his guests, and must ensure that they respect the regulations and pay the fees due.
  • All visitors must park at the entrance to the campsite. Only management can give permission to park on the lot.
  • Visitors must have left the grounds by curfew time.
  • If they are still on site, they will be charged one night.
  • Following the overnight stay, your visit will have until 11 a.m. to enjoy the site.
  • Please inform your visitors who bring their dog to visit that any large mix breed dog must have proof of provenance of the breed, as we do not accept fighting dog breeds (see our website www.camping horizon. ca for more information).
  • A donation of $2.00 is requested per dog per day and given to the Mira Foundation at the end of the season.