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PARK POLICIES

Current as of June 2, 2018

  • Road Safety: 
    • The speed limit throughout Cherry Hill is 25 km/hour.  This rule applies to all vehicles.  Remember this is a family resort and there are lots of children.  Both motorist and bicyclist are expected to use caution and observe provincial regulations.  Caution is imperative to assure a maximum consideration for all persons, whether driving or walking.  Dangerous drivers and frequent violators of the speed limit will be evicted.

  • Parking: 
    • Each site provides adequate space for two vehicles.  In most circumstances, there is room for three vehicles.  Additional vehicles should be parked in our designated parking areas.  Anyone parking in such a manner as to block the driveway of a neighbouring site or impede the flow of traffic shall be asked to move their vehicles.  No parking on the road.

  • ATV's / Motocross:
    • Even though this is a private park, the roadways are deemed public.  Drivers of all motorized and electric vehicles within the park are required to have a valid driver's license.  Recreational vehicles, including ATV's, can be driven into and out of the park and stored at the leaseholders site.  They are not to be used for recreation or transportation within the park.

  • Golf Carts: 
    • Are allowed on the roads, but not allowed on the beach.​

  • Quiet Time:
    • No excessive noise, including pets, between 11:00 pm - 7:00 am. 

  • Wi-Fi: 
    • Is available at your site through Swifthighspeed.com (204-381-0112).  Free wi-fi Is also available in the barn.  Select the following connections.  No password is required.

      • Harry’s Bar Public (best inside)

      • Harry’s Bar 5G (best outside)

  • Pets:
    • Pets are welcome.  Pet owners are responsible for immediate clean up after their pets.  Please do not leave dog feces on mounds, in front of your site, or in front of any other site or building.  Pets are welcome to enjoy the lake with their owners if they are on a leash.  Barking dogs or those, of which complaints are received, will be dealt with promptly.  Residents, who cannot contain their dogs from disturbing others or dogs that are deemed dangerous to the wellbeing of other residents, will be asked to remove their pets from Cherry Hill.

  • Bird Feeders: 
    • Cherry Hill is a bird feeder free RV park.​

  • Tents:
    • No tent trailers.  Dining tents can stay up.  If additional sleeping tents are required, they must be taken down on a daily basis.  The purpose for sleeping tents is to provide an adventure and outdoor experience for children and grandchildren, not for additional sleeping quarters on a regular basis.

  • Clotheslines: 
    • Be courteous and considerate as far as the aesthetics of the park are concerned and please do not obstruct the views of your neighbours.

  • Firewood: 
    • Due to emerald ash borers (EBA), no one can bring firewood to Cherry Hill from Winnipeg or Ontario.  It is mandatory that you purchase your firewood from Southeast Pallet & Wood Products based in Blumenort at 1-204-326-8899.

  • Fire Pits: 
    • Fire pits are to meet management approval for structure and location.  They must be doused with water when left unattended and after every use.

  • Private Fireworks:  
    • One-week notice must be given to management prior to the date in order to give us time to send out a newsletter informing everyone. No Chinese Lanterns.

  • Power Surges: 
    • For your own protection, you are required to have your own surge protectors.  Any damage to trailer and trailer unit components are not Cherry Hill’s responsibility.

  • Power Failures: 
    • If any items are destroyed due to a Cherry Hill electrical issue, lightening, or any other issue, Cherry Hill is not responsible for any damage incurred to your unit and items such as appliances, computers or food in fridges from a power failure such as a tripped breaker.

  • Water Pressure Regulators: 
    • We recommend that you install a water pressure regulator and filter on your unit if you are concerned with water pressure or water quality.  We do our best to provide evenly regulated water pressure and water quality with an iron removal unit.  However, for your own protection, installing these items can prevent unknown problems from arising.

  • Site Maintenance: 
    • Weeds are the responsibility of the occupier.  Herbicides used to control weeds must not be applied without prior approval from management. 

  • Excessive Use of Site: 
    • It is great to have guests and Cherry Hill enjoys seeing our clients entertaining. However, excessive use by having large groups of extended family and friends every weekend is disruptive to your neighbours and the rest of the park. Due to the extra stress on the infrastructure and in order for Cherry Hill to avoid implementing a charge for extra guests in the park, we ask you to use discretion in this area. We prefer not to remind our clients in this respect.

  • Selling Seasonal Agreement and Site Contents: 
    • Selling the unit with contents on a site such as an RV, sunroom, gazebo, deck, shed, etc. is a courtesy offered to the occupier by management. Management has the right to refuse the sale of RVs, sunrooms, gazebos, decks, sheds, etc. of inadequate appearance or excessive age to help maintain the appearance of the resort. “For Sale” signs may be posted on the lot or RV. If the RV being sold is a 50-amp unit and is using a 30-amp service with a converter, the new occupier must switch to a 50-amp service before the site can be leased. The new occupier must complete the “Lease Agreement” package before the contents of the site can be sold. Please notify management if you are selling your site contents.

  • Units for Sale: 
    • Due to many inquiries and to facilitate a smooth transition between our clients, Cherry Hill will provide a listing service for your unit starting with the 2018 season.  It is now required to list your unit and contents through Cherry Hill.  You are still free to also list your unit in any other way you wish, for example Kijiji.  Cherry Hill will keep a listing in our office. 

  • RV Units: 
    • In the event the unit is more than ten (10) years old, the occupier may be asked to replace it with a newer unit.

  • Electrical Services:
    • Effective 2016, if your unit has a 50-amp package, it must be upgraded to a 50 amp service.  Converters are no longer allowed.  There are some grandfathered units in the park running a converter. In this case, the first-time Cherry Hill is required to turn on the breaker, if it is tripped, it will be required to switch to a 50-amp service.

  • Licensing / Insurance: 
    • Units must hold MPI or other insurance and are subject to municipal tax if not MPI licensed. For MPI holders, the license plate must be displayed in view of the tax assessor to avoid being assessed for tax.

  • Municipal Tax: 
    • Sunrooms, gazebos, sheds, and decks will be assessed for property tax by the Province. RV units without MPI will also be assessed for property tax. Municipal tax invoices will be emailed from Cherry Hill in June and are payable to Cherry Hill by August 1st.

  • Beach Access re Back Lots:
    • WEST (Sunset): Sunset beachfront is in front of lots #2 to #35B on the westside of the lake.  The intent is to use the beach in front of the sites as a walkway for all members to enjoy.  For the woodland lot leaseholders, if you want to use the beachfront as a picnic or gathering area, use the area at the north end of the lake, which is the beach area north of lot #2, or the community dock area between lot #19 and lot #20, or the beach front on the east side of the lake.

    • EAST (Sunrise): We have situated the beachfront lots on the eastside of the lake further back, leaving more room for community beach use.  Five pathways for beach / water access have been provided with new signage (between lots #69-#70, #89-#90 and #98-#99) & two at end of the lake.  Please use the area closest to the lake inside the white stakes for beach access.  The areas between the stakes and the waterfront sites are reserved for waterfront sites to preserve their privacy.  Going for a walk along any part of the community beach in front of the lakefront lots is always welcome by everyone.

  • Docks:
    • A public dock is located on the westside of the lake between site #19 and #20. All other docks are private - all dock owners are responsible for what happens on their docks, including liability.  If clients in the park want to use one of the private docks, they must receive permission from the dock owner.  Please note that only waterfront site holders are allowed to build docks.

  • Watercraft:  
    • All watercraft must be stored either on your site, tied to a dock or anchored.  Watercrafts are never to be left on the beach.  Your cooperation will accommodate our beach maintenance program. 

  • Wood Pallets: 
    • Cherry Hill is a wood pallet free zone. 

  • Storage of Firewood:
    • A purchased, or properly built storage area is required. 

  • Architectural Requirements:
    • Sunrooms, gazebos, patios, docks, sheds, decks, etc. constructed on your site must first meet the approval of Cherry Hill management.  A drawing is required.  See the site improvement policies below.

“Site Improvement Policies" - Must provide a drawing and approved by Management
  • Storage Sheds:
    • One storage shed per site

    • 8' x 10' maximum size, 6' maximum wall height, 8' maximum roof peek height

  • Decks:
    • Treated lumber or composite decks are acceptable (no plywood or untreated lumber)

    • No railings on front of deck for waterfront sites

  • Gazebos/Wooden Structures:
    • Must be free standing (not attached to unit)

    • Solid wooden walls to be no higher than 36 inches above ground level.  No solid walls between this and roof

    • Must be at ground level and placed on concrete blocks, or on a low deck

  • Sunrooms:
    • Sunrooms placed on decks are acceptable

    • Add a room are not allowed (unless CSA approved - General Coach designs are CSA approved)

  • Docks:
    • Treated lumber required. Use proper dock floats (no barrels) - To view an example (www.techstarplastics.com)

    • Only waterfront site holders can build docks.

  • Park Model Requirements:
    • Park models must have propane heat, propane hot water, propane stove, propane clothes dryer. 

    • There can be no dual switching option between propane & electrical

    • The propane tank must be 400lbs and be hooked up by a license gas fitter

    • The propane hot water must be hot water on demand, not an electrical water tank

    • Park models are required to be “CSA Z241 Park Model” approved

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