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13.5     CAMPING, REGISTRATION AND RESERVATIONS

  1. There are four overnight camping sites for tents, trailers, or motor homes. Camping is limited to these four campsites only. Absolutely NO camping is allowed on the actual beach area or around the picnic tables. Campsites are clearly marked and designated by a number and a name.
  2. No more than 15 people per campsite may camp overnight.
  3. No more than five vehicles, including cars, trucks, campers, RVs, and boats, will be allowed to park within a campsite.
  4. Overnight camping is limited to a maximum of 3 nights in a consecutive 10-day period. The first overnight will be the beginning of the 10-day period. A Member may not circumvent the 10-day rule.
  5. A Member may not make a reservation for another Member or in another Member’s name.
  6. A lot may register for only one campsite at any given time. Check out time is 12:00 noon for each campsite.
  7. All noise and vehicle movement must be curtailed by 10:00 pm.
  8. Registration cards must always be completed on arrival in duplicate, even if a reservation has been made. One copy is to be left in the appropriate box at the Beach Information and Registration Board and the second copy at the campsite identification post.
  9. Non-major holiday campsite reservations:
    1. Two of the four campsites may be reserved in advance for any period other than the major holiday weekends of Memorial Day, 4th of July, and Labor Day. Each assessed lot may make one such reservation each year.
    2. Reservations for the non-major holidays are to be made using the reservation system a minimum of 7 days in advance of the stay and as early as January 1 of the year of the reservation. All reservations are “first-come-first-served”.
    3. An updated reservation schedule for the two advance reservation campsites will be posted at the Beach Information and Registration Board and on the Onamac website at www.Onamac.org to allow Members to see which campsites are available for reservation.
    4. If the two reservation-only campsites are not reserved, they may be registered and occupied by Members and guests under the “first-come-first-served” policy. This occupancy may not encroach into the 10-day period of a previous reservation for that lot.
    5. A reserved campsite must be occupied on the first day of the reservation or the reservation will be cancelled. The Member cannot reschedule a canceled reservation during that same period.
  10. Major holiday campsite reservations:
    1. Each assessed lot may reserve any one of the 4 campsites for one of the major holiday periods for Memorial Day, 4th of July, and Labor Day.
    2. Reservations are to be made a minimum of 7 days, but not more than 30 days, in advance of the first day of the holiday period.
    3. A Member who has already received a reservation for one of the major holiday periods may place their lot number on a waiting list for another major holiday reservation not more than 30 days before that holiday period. Any campsites that have not been reserved 6 days before the first day of the holiday period will be reserved for the lots on the waiting list in the order they were placed on the list.
    4. An updated major holiday reservation schedule will be posted at the Beach Information and Registration Board and on the Onamac website at www.Onamac.org to allow Members to see which campsites are available for reservation.
    5. Any campsites that have not been reserved on a major holiday period may be registered and occupied by Members and guests under the “first-come-first-served” policy. This occupancy may not encroach into the 10-day period of a previous reservation for that lot.
    6. A reserved campsite must be occupied on the first day of the reservation or the reservation will be cancelled. The Member cannot reschedule a cancelled major holiday reservation for the remainder of the calendar year.