OTIS Nature is committed to making the customers’ stay as pleasant as possible.
To make your stay pleasant, please take note of the following.
You can still take advantage of the site’s public areas if you arrive early or leave late.
WORK AND MAINTENANCE OF CAMPING GROUNDS
The visitor parking lot is located near the main building.
Visitors cannot drive their vehicles on the site.
The curfew is at 11pm.
Obviously, we cannot use electricity as we do at home when camping.
Electric heaters and water heaters are prohibited.
We ask that you keep your propane refrigerator and water heater running at all times.
An additional amount is charged for connecting an electric refrigerator.
The maintenance of our units is done after the departure of the customers. We do not perform daily maintenance for stays longer than one night. Towels are not replaced, but you can change them at the reception desk between 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. You are responsible for the cabin maintenance during your stay. A penalty of $150 is applicable if maintenance staff has to clean your dishes or do excessive cleaning.
When leaving, we request that you:
Coming in 2022
Only dogs and cats are accepted.
The maximum speed on the ground is 5 km/h.
Motorcycles and all-terrain vehicles,
and this, only to get to the campsite.
It is forbidden to park your boat or trailer on your campsite and to leave a closed trailer on your site.
Trailers must be parked in the boat parking lot.
Number of vehicles per site
Only one vehicle per tenant is accepted, other vehicles must be parked near the reception hall.
The only exception: people with reduced mobility whose vehicle is identified.
The consumption of cannabis is prohibited anywhere on the site.
It is strictly forbidden to smoke in all our accommodation units. However, you have access to your private terrace. A penalty of $300 will be applied to the credit card on file if this policy is violated.
We thank you for placing all your waste in the containers placed near the road, to the right of the campsite exit.
It is very important to have two containers, one for recycling and one for the garbage.
For longer stays, empty your trash cans every day to avoid attracting animals and causing foul smells.
The management of OTIS Nature, or its representative, reserves the right to expel, without reimbursement, any user or visitor that they deem undesirable.
In the event of a major flood, earthquake, tornado, or storm, we strongly advise you to leave your camp with your family using your vehicle.
If the reception hall is closed, an emergency number is always found at the entrance and on the reception door.
The owners of the campsite are in no way responsible for damages, costs, losses, or expenses caused to the tenant by a lack of electricity, wind, water, rain, hail, insects, rodents, birds or any other animal, trees, fire, theft, accidents or damage, disturbances, injuries, troubles, inconveniences caused by the acts of other tenants or third parties.