Notice to the Members from your maintenance staff: Please do not throw garbage from your site into the comfort station trash cans.
This is a Campground, not resort living. Water is a convenience other than for Fire & Safety. Water conservation is a priority and especially on holiday weekends. Water is provided from wells and the system cannot keep up with wasteful usage. Please do not wash vehicles or water plants. Report water leaks to the office. Please disconnect water to your site when leaving the park.
WELCOME BACK FOR THE 2019 SEASON !
Please contact the Office to report any damaged or dead trees on
your site or in the greenbelt areas, especially if they pose a danger. Management will arrange to have them removed.
There will be two days to have large limbs picked up for free from
your driveway. Keep large limbs separate from needle piles.
The Office needs to be notified and a work order issued for this service. The two dates will be:
Tuesday, May 28th or Monday, June 17th
Site Clean up is an annual chore for all Members to complete by the third Sunday in June. There are Members offering to rake and haul, the Office has a list of them to contact. Sites need to be cleaned of all debris including needles, pine cones, branches, and trees trimmed. At a minimum this is required of the living spaces and tops of RVs. Check with the Office if you have further questions. The deadline is
June 16th to avoid a $400 fine. Using the dumpsters is prohibited!
The Site Clean up Form is available on the left with more information.
Be sure to turn the form in to the Office when ready for inspection.
All dogs must be restrained by leash, tether, or be in an enclosure during their visit to TTT. California law limits the time for tethering, fastening, chaining, tie or restrain a dog to a dog house/stationery object for no more than three hours in a 24 hour period. They must have access to food, water and shelter. Dogs are not permitted in or around special events at Harris Hall or Bill's Place.