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Pet Policy

We understand that you consider your pet a part of your family. So, we do allow "invisible pets", upon approval in our trailers. However, there are some rules you must agree to when it comes to your animals.



What is an "Invisible Pet" you say?

The term "Invisible Pet" means that when the trailer is returned, we should not see any visible signs that your pet was in the trailer. This includes but is not limited to; pet hair, carpet and/or fabric stains, damage to window coverings/furniture, pet food, or any small or odor associated with an animal.


If evidence of your pet is found and not previously declared and approved you are subject to the following:

  • At minimum- You will lose $100 out of your security deposit
  • Excessive cleaning charges will be billed at $75.00 per hour.
  • Any permanent damage will result in paying the cost of parts and labor.


Restrictions

Only service animals and small domesticated animals are allowed in our trailers. Do not leave your pet unattended in the trailer at any time. If you plan to be away from the trailer at any time, you must put your pet in a kennel. Your pet may not have "free roam" of the trailer while you are away.


Be Respectful

We ask that you do not allow your pet to be on ANY of the furniture in the trailer. This includes the seats, sofas, dinette, or beds/bunks. Remember, where your pet may be lounging may be where the next renter will be laying their head to sleep. To minimize risk of cleaning fees you might want to bring blankets or sheets to cover the furniture with.


Tips for traveling with pets

  • Not all parks allow pets.  If you are planning on traveling with your pet make sure when making your reservations you ask if the park allows pets. If they do allow animals they normally have rules that must be followed, such as keeping your pet on a leash and using designated pet areas.
  • Never leave your pet unattended and free range of our trailers.  Pets can cause extensive and costly damage when left unattended.  Let’s face it, even the best behaved pets can get scared not being in their familiar surroundings.  New noises and a change in their environment can sometimes be very stressful for your pet.  This is why we require the use of a kennel when the pet is left unattended.
  • Like your vehicle, travel trailers can get extremely hot inside so always make sure the trailer is well ventilated when leaving your pet unattended in their kennel.
  • No persons, animals, or kenneled animals are permitted in the trailer when the vehicle in motion.
  • Remember to pack your pet a leash, collar, and ID tags.  Many of the parks require your pet be on a leash when not in designated pet areas.  Always keep your pet on a leash when outside your vehicle.
  • Make sure your pet is current on vaccines before your vacation and carry a copy of shot records with you.  Some wildlife animals have been known to carry diseases that are very harmful to pet.
  • Lastly, don’t forget your pet’s favorite toys, bed, and blanket to make them feel at home on the road and at your campsite.