We have provided a list of our rules and regulations while staying at our campground. You can view them below.
Plymouth Rock Camping Resort: Rules and Regulations
The rules and regulations are set in place for the safety and security of all our quests and staff. We strongly believe that the camping industry is one of the last vestiges that allow your children to play and be involved with activities without worry for you or the kids. Any violation of these rules may result in immediate ejection from the park.
Bikes must obey all traffic signals, including directional. Bikes are not to be ridden after dark. Bikes out after dark must be walked, even if they have lights.
Fires must be attended at all times. Firewood may be purchased in the park. Do not bring firewood from outside of Sheboygan County into the park as we are in the Emerald Ash-Borer Beatle danger zone. Trash burning is prohibited. Campfires must always be contained. Please try to use pre-existing fire burnt areas. Do not burn near trees, other sites, or people’s personal property.
Please keep your site clean and leave it as you found it. Please be courteous of the other guests and use only roadways and access paths. Walking or biking through campsites is prohibited. Washing a vehicle or camper at a site is prohibited. Please help us conserve water. Gray water must be contained and disposed of in dump stations.
Check In/Check Out:
Check in time is at 3:00 pm for cabin and campsite rentals. Check out time is 11:00 am for cabin rentals and 12:00 pm for campsite rentals.
Children under 18 are the responsibility of their parents or guardians and need to return to their campsite by quiet time. Quiet time starts at 11:00 pm.
Dogs must remain on a secure leash at all times. Rottweilers or Pit Bulls are not permitted in the park at any time. Proof of vaccinations must be provided upon request. No pets are allowed in any of the buildings, this includes cabins and pool areas. Pets are also not allowed on cabin property. You must immediately pick up after your pet. No more than two dogs are allowed on a site. Do not leave animals unattended. Excessive barking is prohibited.
DO NOT COLLECT FIREWOOD FROM THE PARK'S LAND. THE WOOD IS PART OF THE NATURAL HABITAT AND SHOULD BE LEFT IN TACT. All firewood should be purchased within Sheboygan County due to the Emerald Ash-Borer Beatle.
The gate code is given only to guests who have registered and paid to enter the park. Any site(s) observed or found to have given out their gate code to non-registered/paid guests may be asked to leave the park, with no refund. This means all guests must register in the office, no exceptions.
All non-seasonal golf carts must be registered in the office and will incur a $20.00 or $50.00(plus tax) registration fee. The office must have proof of $100,000 liability insurance naming the golf cart on your policy prior to check in. They also must be inspected and approved by the General Manager.
For your safety and the safety of others, follow the instructions of all park team members and park signage. Amenities have a specific set of rules. Please refer to the signage at each location. Outdoor amenities close at dusk. Strictly Prohibited items or actions include: firearms, fireworks (including firecrackers and sparklers), loud or disorderly conduct, and foul language.
Quiet time is 11:00 pm to 8:00 am. Children must be at their site unless accompanied by an adult.
All trash should be put IN Dumpsters as indicated on the site map.
All vehicles in the park must have a valid pass at all times. All drivers must have a valid state issued driver’s license. Learning permits are not accepted. Open alcoholic beverage containers are not allowed in any vehicle. Driving any vehicle (including golf carts) while intoxicated will result in eviction. Park speed limit is 10 MPH. Speeding is prohibited. Motorcycles may only be driven from the park office to your site. Only bicycles and licensed street legal vehicles are permitted in the park, with the exception of registered golf carts.
Campers are responsible for their guests. Visitors must leave by 9 pm unless registered as an overnight guest. Visitors arriving after 7:00 pm must be registered as an overnight guest. Fees will be adjusted to a day fee if departure is before 9:00 pm. All visitors four years of age and older must purchase a guest pass. Unregistered guests and their hosts may be asked to leave the park. Park management may regulate the number of people on your site.