Rules and Regulations

We comply with the regulations imposed by Alberta Health Services and follow all of the recommendations of Alberta Parks regarding camping during COVID-19. It is important to read them before camping with us as they supersede any other rules listed below:

Release of Liability

Your admission is subject to compliance with all laws and facility rules and regulations. Failure to comply with guidelines may result in ejection from the campground and/or fairground.

You voluntarily assume all risks & danger incidental to North Country Campground | LSLNCCA, including serious injury or death, and agree that the ticket issuer, associated agents & the facility owners are not responsible or liable for any damages, injuries, or claims arising from the use of this campsite booking and/or event ticket.

Ticket holder consents to reasonable examination & searches to ensure compliance with all provincial & federal laws, and facility rules & regulations.

North Country Campground/LSLNCCA Reserves the right to make changes to the rules at any time. Updated rules will be posted to this web site.

Rules and Regulations

Abusive behaviour will not be tolerated.

NO EXCHANGE or REFUNDS on campsites. Concert and activity tickets can be refunded if COVID regulations state the gathering is prohibited. Please ensure that you know your dates of stay and grouping in your campsite before booking.

Please save your campground and event ticket confirmation to present at the campground office.

Anyone under aged 15 or under must be accompanied by a paying adult aged 18 or over. Anyone aged 16 or 17 may attend unaccompanied but we STRONGLY advise that they have the consent of a parent or legal guardian. We do NOT accept any parental or supervisory duty of care or liability for any under 18’s on site.

Proof of age may be required on entry to the Event. Recognized and accepted forms of ID are Photo Driving or Provisional Driving License, Passport and Proof of Age Card with PASS (hologram) logo. The LSLNCCA reserves the right to refuse admission if its staff or agents are in any doubt whatsoever as to the age of the person being presented as being under the requisite age.

It is your responsibility to check the suitability of the Event for any children in your party regardless of official age restrictions, this includes considering the type of audience the Event is likely to attract and whether such an audience is a suitable environment for children in your party. Refunds will not be issued if any aspect of the Event, including the behavior of other audience members, causes offence to you or any children on whose behalf you have purchased tickets.

A ticket and/or campsite booking is a revocable license, and may be revoked at any time, for any reason, without compensation.

Unauthorized commercial vending prohibited. Selling anything without written consent from North Country Campground/North Country Fair/LSLNCCA. is prohibited and may result in removal from the festival grounds and/or campground.

1. People / Equipment permitted on a campsite:

Campsite fee is $25 per site
Includes 2 adults and up to 4 children 15 and under
Additional adults are $10 each per night
Maximum 6 adults per campsite unless same family unit
Maximum 4 vehicles per site.

2. Waste disposal

Dispose of garbage, compost, and recycling in designated facilities.
Liquid and solid waste must be disposed of in appropriate receptacles.
Pouring waste water on open ground or in sump holes under trailers is not permitted.
No sani-dump facilities on site.
Do not dump waste or food scraps on the ground. This is bear country.
DO NOT throw cigarette butts on the ground. They are not biodegradable. Discard properly or put in your pocket. Cigarette Butt recycling is available on site.
Pick up after your dog every time.
Leave your campsite in good condition. Failure to do so could result in an additional charge of up to $100.

3. Be a good neighbour

Abusive behavior will not be tolerated.

Avoid excessive noise so that everyone can enjoy the peace and tranquillity.
Quiet hours are 11pm to 7 am.

***Live Music Only*** — No boom box, loud car stereos, amps or drum kits.

*Remember, generators may annoy your neighbours. Generators including vehicle engines may only be used from 10AM-10PM for no more than one hour at a time.
Loud partying, stereos at loud volume, and other rowdy behaviour are not tolerated at
any time.
Smoking not permitted within 5 meters of childrens’ play areas or buildings.
Consumption of alcohol only permitted at your campsite.
No glass containers outside of campsites.
Registered campers are responsible for the actions of all campers and visitors to their campsite.
All buildings and stages are closed unless otherwise indicated.

ALCOHOL is subject to search and seizure outside camping area on the Fair Grounds. Be sensible. Drink responsibly.

4. Fire safety

Fires permitted in supplied fire rings only.
Burn only unpainted, untreated wood and paper. Do not burn plastic, tin foil, painted wood, plywood, chipboard, cloth, or garbage.
Never leave your fire unattended. Ensure that your fire is out before you leave your site or retire. You should be able to hold your hand in the ashes.
No cutting of trees or brush is permitted.
Comply with all current fire bans and rules.
To report a wildfire call toll-free 310-3473 (310-FIRE)

5. Firearms

Hunting and carrying or discharging of firearms is NOT permitted.

6. Fireworks

Fireworks are NOT permitted.

7. Fishing and Water Body Use

NO LIFEGUARD on duty. Enter the river at your own risk.

No fishing in the oxbow.

All fishing must be in compliance with Alberta Regulations:

8. Roads and vehicles

Motor vehicles are allowed only on roads and in designated campsites.
NO unauthorized motorized off-road vehicles allowed on the site.

9. Pets

Pets must be kept on a leash no more than 2m in length, anywhere on the site.
Pick up after your pet EVERY TIME.
Please ensure your dog does not bark excessively
No pets allowed on beaches
In buildings
In children’s play area
In stage and workshop areas

If you are bringing your dog(s), please read the regulations outlined by Alberta Parks:

10. We are in nature

BE BEAR AWARE see placard at each campsite
DO NOT approach, harass or feed wildlife.
Be aware of all wildlife, this is their home. Beavers live here as well as ducks and other ground nesting birds. Ducks breed in the oxbow and are unable to fly in midsummer due to moulting.
Do not remove, deface or destroy any plants, fossils and rocks.
Do not use dead wood for firewood.
No cutting of trees or brush.Do not hammer nails into trees. Respect the trees, especially along the river banks.
Be careful exploring the river banks, they are constantly eroding and may be unstable. Consider that your activity may reduce bank stability and speed up erosion.

The North Country Campground is held on private land in the Boreal Forest of Driftpile Valley Alberta. Please treat the land and yourself with the utmost respect and care. Year round Residents Live Here – Leave No Trace!

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