Because we strive to offer the most pleasant camping experience for all, the following campground policies apply to everyone.
We thank you for your cooperation and hope you enjoy your stay!
Registration, Gate Cards & Window Cards
All campers must stop at the Office to register upon arrival. We reserve the right to check identification at any time. You will need to obtain a Security Gate Card during registration upon arrival; a $20.00 deposit is required. All Gate Cards are
to be returned at the end of your stay or you will lose your $20.00
All vehicles must have a Gate Card and a Window Card. Window cards must be prominently displayed in the driver's side front window at all times. Vehicle Make, Model and License Plate Number are required during
These Gate Cards and Window Cards are non-transferable. Abuse of Gate Cards will not be tolerated. Your Gate Card will be de-activated without notice. Do not distribute your Gate
Card to anyone else.
For those on any given site for an extended stay, the site must be occupied by a registered person. Example: The trailer stays on the site, but one family stays for one block of time then is replaced by another family staying for the next block of time. As stated previously... All campers must stop at the Office to register upon arrival. All vehicles must have a Gate Card and a Window Card. These Gate Cards and Window Cards are non-transferable.
There are a maximum of 6 people allowed per site. Parking of boats will only be allowed on your own site, additional parking is not available. You must be at least 21 years old to register for a camp site. Sorry, we do not offer currency exchange.
Check back in April for our 2014 Reservation System and Policies!
All visitors must check in and out with the office. Each visitor is required to place a $20.00 deposit on a Gate Card in order to gain entry into the campground when they register at the office. You are responsible for the conduct of your guests. Guests are NOT allowed to bring pets. Ignoring these policies will result in your guests being asked to leave the premises immediately.
Overnight Guests: $15.00 per Night per Adult plus 8% Maine State Lodging Tax.
Day Guests: $5.00 per Day or Partial Day per Adult plus 8% Maine State Lodging Tax.
Check-Out time for all Day Guests is 10:00 P.M.
Whether you're a Walk-in customer or had Reservations, we apologize but we are not able to offer refunds for the reasons of illness, emergency, inclement weather or any other circumstance beyond our control.
It is your responsibility to notify the office if you have any pets. Up-to-date pet vaccination papers must be present during registration. Due to unfortunate events involving pets in previous seasons, we considered not allowing pets at all. However, as pet owners we realize that they are a part of the family.
Pets are welcome provided: Pets must be on 6-foot or shorter leash at all times, are not to be left unattended, and must be kept inside at night. Pets are not allowed in the pool area or in any buildings in the campground. You are responsible for cleaning up after your pets immediately, and you are responsible for any damage they may cause. Maximum of 2 pets allowed per site.
Aggressive behavior, barking or generally disruptive dogs will not be tolerated. Dog pens are not allowed. Guests are NOT allowed to bring pets. Ignoring these policies will result in us asking for your pets to be removed from the premises immediately. Local kennels are available nearby. Please help us stay a pet friendly campground.
Quiet Time: 10:00 P.M. - 8:00 A.M.
In keeping with local ordinances our quiet time is now 10:00 P.M., and all fires are out at 11:00 P.M. No fires or group gatherings after 11:00 P.M. Please be mindful that you have neighbors in close proximity. All children should be back on their own site by 9:00 P.M.
Salty Acres has always been a family friendly campground and we would like to ensure that loud parties and disrespectful behavior do not occur on our premises. Alcoholic beverages are permitted, however drunkenness or loud and disorderly conduct will not be tolerated.
Cleanliness & Dumpsters
We maintain a beautiful and natural setting, free of discarded items and trash. As a courtesy to others, as well as for health and safety, please maintain a clean and attractive site by removing trash in a timely manner. Keep in mind that the dumpsters are for household trash only. Any dumping of TVs, tires, grills, mattresses, furniture or appliances, etc. is strictly prohibited.
Trees, Branches and Brush
No cutting of trees, branches or bushes on or around your site is allowed. Dead or alive, any cutting within the campground will be done by authorized personnel only. Do not disfigure trees by cutting or nailing into a tree.
Electric heaters, outside refrigerators, add-on air conditioners and appliances are not allowed.
A dumping station is provided for your convenience. Maine State Law requires proper disposal of grey water; please dispose your grey water at the dumping station.
Washing of vehicles in the campground is not permitted.
The Laundry Room hours are 8:00 A.M. - 9:00 P.M. We ask that you please put last load in dryers by 8:00 P.M.
There are no lifeguards on duty. Swimming pool hours are 9:00 A.M.
- 8:00 P.M. Children 12 years old and younger must be accompanied
by an adult while in the pool area. No pets allowed in the pool
area. No glass containers allowed in the pool area.
Bathing suits must be worn in pools. Babies and toddlers must
wear appropriate Swimmers, Splashers or underwear. No Exceptions!
Bikes must be driven with proper speed and care. There will be no jumping or popping wheelies. Bikes must use bike path when going through front gate, do not go under or beside gate arms. NO ATV'S, DIRT BIKES OR PERSONAL GOLF CARTS ALLOWED. No bicycling after dusk.
Maine State Law requires helmet use for anyone 16 years old or younger while bicycle riding. Helmet use is strongly recommended.
Salty Acres Campground assumes no responsibility for lost, damaged or stolen property, or for the use of our grounds or facilities; use is entirely at the user's risk. Users also assume full responsibility for injury or illness occurring to themselves or to their visitors.