Silverline Resort Policies

In the best interest of ALL, we ask that all of our guests
and visitors abide by the following policies:
Guests & Vehicles

All guest and vehicles must register with the office and obtain a car pass. Visitors and/or day pass use may be limited during busy times.

Speed Limit: 5mph

We know it is slow and everyone appreciates it! Always be on the look-out for children, bicycles, dogs, etc. on all roads!

Quiet Hours:
10pm – 8am

This policy is enforced, as we want everyone to enjoy their stay. Children need to be off the docks and back at camp by 10pm. Please, no arrivals after 10pm.

Language & Behavior

Silverline Resort is a “family oriented” park. Please be RESPECTFUL of other campers and loud, foul and/or drunken behavior is NOT tolerated.


We ask that music and/or television volumes be kept at a low level. All external devices are TURNED OFF during quiet hours.


A maximum of two (2) dogs are allowed per site and they need to be leashed, cleaned up after and not left unattended. Vicious and/or barking behavior will NOT be tolerated.

Grass & Campsites
  • No mats or rugs of any kind allowed on grass
  • No grey water dumping or gas can storage on grass
  • Do NOT move fire pits

Please DO NOT cut through occupied sites and keep your camp site neat and tidy free of cloths, toys, food and eating items. Please do not hang cloths/towel lines so they break limbs or obstruct the view of other guests.

Motorized Toys & Generators

ATV’s, motor bike, remote control toys and/or generators are not allowed. Street licensed or medical needs are permitted.

Firearms and Fireworks

Of any kind are NOT allowed in the park.

Swimming & Docks

Swimming is done at your own risk, as there is no lifeguard on duty. Please NO GLASS on docks or in beach area and docks are for fishing and loading and unloading of boats only.


At check-in please notify us if you have a boat or jet ski. Overnight parking is between the docks on sand/grass in common area and is first come first served. During busy times spots may be assigned. Boats are NOT to be left tied to a dock. If you arrive and a spot is not available then you will need to pull in and out until a spot is open. If you have a spot please anchor both ends of your boat to keep it from moving and causing damage to other boats. Do not spill or leave gas cans on grass or in water. The buoy line is to keep our lake shore area safe so we ask that you always keep your boat under control, make the buoy line a NO WAKE area with the middle being the entrance and always watch for people and children swimming in the lake. It is your responsibility to know lake rules and regulations for boats, jet skis and water skiing.

Common Areas

Gazebos, tents and canopy’s are not allowed for overnight use.

Fire Pits & Wood

Please DO NOT MOVE fire pits for any reason. Precut firewood is allowed only in designated fire pits. Please DO NOT CUT our trees and bushes. We ENFORCE burn ban regulations.

Trash and Recycling

Please bag all trash and NO CAMP TRASH OR DOG WASTE IN BATH HOUSE. Please recycle-CLEAN, CRUSH AND SORT:

  • Aluminum cans only (no foil or trays)
  • Tin cans only
  • Glass
  • Plastic water jugs and bottles (no cups, salad/cottage cheese containers, grocery bags, etc. and remove lids)
  • Cardboard (non-soiled and flattened)

NOTICE: This property is privately owned. The camper/visitor/guests accepts camping privileges with the understanding that he does hereby release the Campground, its officers and employees of all liability for loss or damage to property and injury to his/her person arising out of his use of its camping facilities, and agrees to indemnify the Campground, its officers and employees, against claims resulting from loss or damage to property or injury to the person of any member of the family or guest of the registered camper arising out of the use of its camping facilities. We reserve the right to ask anyone to leave the property at any time for any reason. We reserve the right to change prices and/or policies at any time without notice.