Please read over our policies to see if Cross Lake Campground (C.L.C.) is the right place for your next seasonal camping get-away. We look forward to welcoming you as one of our guests.

General Info

Visitors have the complimentary option of using the kayaks, canoe, basketball, pickle court, bouncy houses’, dog park and beach. The beach does not have a lifeguard on duty. Swim at your own risk. You must stay near the beach if your children are swimming in the water or are playing in the sand.

This property is privately owned & operated. We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone who does not follow and respect our policies. Those who do not follow policies will be asked to leave promptly.

Incoming R.V.s, Campers & Park Model units must be in good working order and not an eyesore, not older than 10 years. Campground management has the right to refuse a campsite to any unacceptable camping unit. (Please email management with photos if you are unsure.)

Your camping site includes hookups for water, electric, and sewer.

Campers, we require a sewer hose seal that connects directly on R.V. sewer hoses for an odor-proof connection to the sewer pipe.

If you have music playing outside of your camper, or on yourself while you are walking around the campground, or have an outdoor T.V. at your campsite, the volume levels need to be at a respectable level. If other campers are having issues with the volume level, you will be asked to turn it down or turn it off. If your neighbors can hear your music or talking then it is too loud. Please no wind chimes.

  • Campground speed limit is 5 mph.
  • Loud parties are not allowed.
  • No using generators.
  • Fireworks are not allowed (per insurance company).
  • R.V.s, Campers & Park Models onsite must be insured.
  • No camper washing allowed onsite unless approved by management. No on-site car or truck washing.


Pets are welcomed at C.L.C. and must first be approved by C.L.C. management. The following policies are in place to ensure that the four-legged-friends, their owners, and the rest of the campground guests are enjoying their stay.

  • Visiting pets must have a friendly demeanor. Aggressive dogs are not allowed for the safety of our guests.
  • Pets must be up to date on their vaccinations. Please provide proof of vaccinations.
  • Dogs & Cats must be on a six feet (or under) leash and connected to their owner when they are outside of their R.V. or tent. Pets must be always under control. (Yes, this even includes when you are setting up your R.V. or tent.)
  • Pets are not to be tied to any trees. Pet fences and temporary enclosures are not allowed – Pets must be on a leash.
  • Pets may not be left alone. Pets are to leave the campground when their owners leave the campground. (Inquire at the office if you need a temporary on-site dog sitting service.)
  • Barking dogs need to be settled down. If barking persists, the dogs will need to leave the campground.
  • If your pet enjoys digging, please leave them home.
  • If your pet bites a person or another animal, you will have to remove the pet from the property. And the parties involved will have to settle the matter between themselves.
  • Owners must clean up after their pets. Tie doggie waste bags before placing them in the dumpster.
  • Animal swimming area is at the Boat Ramp Launching Area. No animals on the beach sand or in the roped off swimming area.
  • Pets are not allowed in the campground buildings unless they are certified service animals.

Adult beverages

  • Yes, we do allow adult beverages into our campground. Must be 21 years or older to consume.
  • Guests are expected to consume responsibly and act in a normal and respectful manner.
  • Kegs are not allowed.
  • Since C.L.C is a family oriented place, we will not tolerate rowdiness that is a result of adult beverage consumption. If management talks to the individual and the behavior persists, it will result in dismissal from the property.
  • Aluminum cans and glass bottles need to go in the designated recycling bins near the garbage dumpsters.

Interested in becoming a Seasonal Camper?

Those on the waiting list should fill out the Questionnaire each summer to remain on the waiting list. Friendly reminder, incoming RVs need to be newer than 10 years old to be a Seasonal at Cross Lake Campground. Thank you for your interest in becoming a Cross Lake Campground Seasonal Camper.

Seasonal sites for the 2023 camping season January 1st – December 31st of each year are $3,000 plus metered electric.

Please completely fill out the form below before you press the button to submit your questionnaire. We will contact you if a site that fits your camper becomes available.

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