The Board would like to wish you all a happy 4th of July! May it be safe and fun. We are sorry to say that with the current COVID conditions, we will not be having any of our large group fun social activities this year that the social committee usually organizes. We are hoping for a more normal year next year.
As we have been talking we wanted to put a few reminders out there for this busy weekend:
- Fireworks are prohibited; the exception is on the Fourth of July
- Fireworks are allowed on the beach area only with the exception of sparklers
- Those who participate in the use of fireworks are required to clean up debris by noon the following day
VISITORS – With Covid restrictions of not gathering in groups of more than 10, we would like you to keep that and the interest of the safety of our community in mind when thinking about visitors and keep the numbers down.
DOCKS – Since Memorial weekend we have added a considerable amount of new dock space to our new docks by the boat landing. we added twenty-eight feet to the north dock and twenty-eight feet and two twenty foot wings to the south dock. On the south dock, the south side of it where the twenty foot wings were added is reserved for paid boat slips. With the added sections we have created spots for about 5-6 more boats than Memorial weekend. Common sense would say it takes less water to float smaller boats. Be considerate, smaller boats should be tied up closer to shore and leave the deeper water for the larger boats.
PARKING – Every spot is a commodity on these busy weekends. You are expected to use the one parking spot on your site for your vehicle before utilizing the overflow. Parking on common elements really is not allowed.
OVERFLOW – Every trailer should have a tag on it to identify the owner and what site they are at. Every vehicle should have a card in the window with the owner’s name, site they are at , and their phone number. There are supplies in a plastic container on the side of the Gathering room to aid in this task.
Be safe. Covid is out there and exists. More head injuries and water accidents happen on the Fourth of July than any other day.
Have a Safe and Fun Fourth!
Hickory Lake Campground Board