Check in is 1:00 pm & check out is 11:00 am. All campers must arrive prior to 10:00 pm.
- Maximum campsite occupancy is 4 adults (plus children for a total site occupancy of 6)
- Maximum double campsite occupancy is 8 adults (plus children for a total site occupancy of 12)
- Maximum group site occupancy is 30, including children
Maximum two vehicles per site. Please collect your vehicle passes at check-in. Extra and guest vehicles must be parked in the public parking lot. One unit (RV or camper) per site and this unit counts as a vehicle.
A maximum of three pieces of shelter equipment are allowed per site (where space allows) – only one of which may be a travel trailer, tent trailer, camper van, motor home or self-propelled camping unit.
Quiet time is 11:00 pm to 8:00 am and will be strictly enforced by Camp Hosts (778-992-0238).
Generator use is permitted between 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm. No amplified music at any time.
Dogs must be leashed at all times. Dogs are NOT permitted on the main beach.
Please park in public parking lots. Gates close at 10:00 pm.
Campfires must be in the fire ring & attended at all times. The firepit is not a garbage can. Do not move fire rings or remove wood from the forest. Firewood is available for purchase at the office or from Camp Hosts.
Alcohol & Cannabis
Liquor & cannabis consumption is prohibited anywhere in the park, with the exception of your campsite.
Be Bear (& Mice) Aware
To avoid potential problems with wildlife, keep your food in your vehicle or food cache, whenever you are asleep or not at your campsite.
We are all responsible for creating a fair, safe and enjoyable space. Management will ask anyone violating our environment of mutual respect to leave.
Gray water & How do I do dishes?
If you don’t have graywater storage, please use ‘leave not trace’ techniques for doing your dishes and avoid doing them in freshwater rivers and lakes.
Notice to All Guests
Failure to abide by these rules may result in eviction from the park without refund. Campers are responsible for ensuring their families and guests follow these rules. Be aware that Cumberland Lake Park (campground, park, lake, rentals, programs, paths, roads etc) involves many inherent risks – including – but not limited to – changing weather conditions, equipment failure, risk of drowning, branches or trees falling, tripping, collisions with objects/people. All guests and visitors using Cumberland Lake Park do so at their own risk. The Society/Village of Cumberland will not be held responsible for any such incidents and/or acts of God.