What is a License of Occupation and why do I need to sign it?

The License of Occupation is a contract between the campground owner and the camper(s) for use of a seasonal campsite. This contract outlines the terms of the contract, names the occupant and additional persons that will be using the site. In addition, it verifies the camper’s information including a permanent address and insurance policy. The charges for the seasonal occupation of the campsite are outlined, as well as any other additional charges (winter storage, boat docking, hydro etc.). As privately owned businesses, each campground sets their rules and regulations. A copy of the campground’s rules and regulations are on our website.

You can now also Submit the binding License of Occupation below.