By registering at Cabin Craft Campgrouds, you and your registered guests are hereby agreeing to abide by all rules and regulations of the campground.  Failure to comply will result in being asked to leave.  Thank you for your cooperation.



Mimimum Stay

Summer Season (Memorial Day to Labor Day)

1 night Sunday through Friday

2 nights if reserving a Saturday - 1 night may be approved on a case by case basis


Maximum Stay

Summer Season (Memorial Day to Labor Day)

14 consecutive nights


Maximum Number of Sleeping Units

A maximum of two sleeping untis are permitted per campsite, of which only one may be wheeled.  Tents must be placed on the designated tent pad/open area in order to protect the resources as much as possible.  If a designated pad or gravel area is not provided, the tent(s) must be contained within the campsite in an area that least disturbs the resource and any neighboring sites.


Maximum Number of People Per Site

Site occupancy is limited to one family unit (persons living under one household) or one non-family unit limited to five persons per site.  Groups over 5 may be approved on a case by case basis upon management approval.  Anyone renting a campsite must be 18 years of age or older.



No parking on the grass in the campground area.  Parking is only peritted in designated areas.   Speed limit is 5 MPH.


Respect Other Campers

Keep restrooms and campsites clean and litter free.  This includes any pet litter.  Honor other campsites by not running through them or disturbing them.


Visitors, Quite Hours and Noise

All visitors must check-in/register at the office.  All visitors will be charged a $5 fee.   Visitors are welcome to campsites from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.  Anyone who enters the campground without checking in at the office will be asked to leave immeidately.  You are responsible for the behavior and actions of visitors at your campsite.  Campers must not disturb the others between 9 p.m. and 8 a.m.  Electric generators that create excessive noise are prohibited.



Fires are permitted only in provided fireplaces/rings.  No open buring allowed without the use of a campfire ring.  Please be careful with fire and supervise children at all times.  Fires must always be attended by an adult and put out complelely with water when not attended (do not let them smolder).  


Observe all posted fire regulations/warnings.  Check with the campground office for current fire danger conditions.  During periiods of increased fire danger, fires may not be allowed.  PA State Law bans the burning of any presure treated woods and moving any type of wood from other states due to insects.  Cutting, chopping, mutilating, debarking any live or dead standing trees is strictly prohibited at all times.  The operation of chainshaws is also prohibited.  Do not drive nails, axes, saws or knives into our trees.


Firewood is not provided.  Firewood is for sale at the office.

Gas and propane camp stoves are permited



Do not burn trash.  A dumpster is provided for campground generated trash.  Bag all trash prior to placing in the dumpster.  


Water Usage / Perkiomen Creek

Dishwashing is permitted only where appropriate facilites are available.  Washing dishes, clothes or pets is prohibited in the restrooms. Do not contaminate the Creek.  Do not dispose of trash or wash camping equipment in the Creek.  The washing of any campground gear and/or dishwashing is prohibited in the Creek.


No Smoking

Smoking is prohibited in all buildings and restrooms.  this is for everyones' safety and is the law in Pennsylvania.



Parents are responsible for children anywhere on the premises, at all times.  Do not leave children unattended.  Children may not be left in the campground without adult supervision.  Children under the age of 12 years old must wear a helmet.  This is the law in Pennsylvania. Please do not park bikes in front of doors (office/bathroom).


Disruptive Behavior

If the police are called by management or another camper due to disruptive behavior, the camper will be required to leave the campground immediately.  No refunds will be given to any person in this situation.  Please do not put yourselves and the management in this situation.


Alcohol is not permitted in any common areas outside of your designated campsite.  It is only permitted at your designed campsites. Pennsylvania legal drinking age is 21 and this law will be enforced.  Be responsible for you and your visitors at all times.


Firearms and Fireworks are prohibited in the campground at all times.  This includes all types of guns, BB guns, paintball guns as well as archery equipment.  All fireworks, even legal ones sold in Pennsylvania are prohibited.


Insurance and Theft

We monitor the campground, but we are not responsible in case of theft or RV/tent contents thereof; nor for any damages caused by natural causes (i.e., a tree falling).  All activities in the campground areas are done at each individual's free will and Cabin Craft will not be responsible to injuries to guests or for the loss of money or valuables of any kind.



No more than two (2) non-caged pets are allowed to stay on any one campsite.


A house pet is limited to any dog or cat commonly kept in household captivity or a caged pet.

A caged pet is an animal that will not be released from its cage for the duration of its stay in the state park, like birds or hamsters.

A pet is not livestock, like horses, cows, pigs, sheep and goats.

A pet is not a vicious or dangerous animal, i.e., any animal with a history of attacking without provocation.


Pet Camping Guidelines

-   Responsible ownership is the key!

-   Pet owners must clean up after their pets and dispose of pet waste properly.

-   Pets can only be brought into a designated campground if caged, contained in a vehicle, trailer or on a leash.  Inquire at the office             about specific leash length requirements.

-   Dogs and cats must have current rabies vaccinations.  A pet must display a valid license, if required in its home state.  This mut be             presented at registration.

-   Pets must never be left unattended.

-   Pets must be under physical control at all times.

-   Pets may not create a disturbance or nuisance.  Excessive barking is a disturbance.

-   Pet food must not remain outside of a camping unit or vehicle becuae it will attract rodents/wildlife.

-   Pets are permitted in day-use areas, on designated sites in campground and all areas not otherwise closed to pets.

-   Animals that are considered vicious, dangerous or that display vicious behavior, will not be permitted.


We reserve the right to evict, without prior notice, anyone who creates a disturbance or nuisance or deliberately breaks any of the above rules.  No refund of camping fee will be made in the event of such an eviction.




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