The Details

All Campers Must Register Prior to Setting up Camp

Campsite Descriptions

  • All sites have 30A electric hookups, some with picnic table, and/or fire rings. 
  • Campsites have space available for 2-4 pens for your horses or mules.  

 

Upkeep of campsite

  • We will mow grass and trim tree branches on your site.  If trees need to be cut please let TK Ranch Campground know. 

 

You are responsible for keeping your site neat, weed eating, repairing horse pens, keeping horse pens free of excess manure, and the cleaning of debris at all times.  All trash is to be put in dumpsters, manure and hay put in the muck buckets that we provide.  We will empty the buckets as necessary.  Keep aluminum cans separate so they can be recycled.  We have a blue tank that you may use for transporting waste to the dump station.   

Extra appliances

  • Second refrigerator/freezer, second A/C unit, electric clothes dryer $10/month

 

Site Improvements

  • If your lot has permanent horse pens on it when you rent the lot and you would like to make changes, i.e.: remove it or modify it, you must get approval from TK Ranch Campground prior to changes.
  • If your lot has horse pens when you rented it, then plan to leave the lot with at least the same number of useable pens (no broken posts, etc.) if you stop renting it. 
  • If you would like to install permanent structures such as covered horse pens, concrete pad, decks, etc. please get approval from TK Ranch Campground prior to building.  We pay property taxes on all attached structures.
  • You can install corral panel pens up to 12 x 24 ft. 
  • Use rubber mats to prevent erosion. 
  • If you vacate your lot the structures you have installed stay with the lot and you may not remove it. 
  • If you have portable structures such as portable storage buildings, decks without footings; they are yours and can be removed. 
  • If you plan to use temporary pens on your campsite TK Ranch must approve the pens before setting up.  Wires or tying is prohibited.

 

Rules to live by at TK Ranch Campground

We are proud to be a family orientated campground.  We are positive that by following the rules below everyone will enjoy their time with us!

  • Please be considerate of your fellow campers.
  • Disruptive behavior will not be tolerated.  We reserve the right to refuse services of TK Ranch, LLC.
  • Visitors need to leave by 10:30 p.m.        ~ Quiet time is from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m.
  • 10 MPH speed limit in campground.         
  • A parent or adult guardian must accompany anyone under 18 years of age.
  • Riders must furnish and be responsible for their own horses/mules, tack, and property.  You are responsible for your animals' actions, and behavior.  You will be asked to remove disruptive or dangerous animals.
  • Riders must furnish and be responsible for their own horses/mules, tack, and property.  You are responsible for your animals' actions, and behavior.  You will be asked to remove disruptive or dangerous animals.
  • No galloping or reckless riding in camp.  Riding horses/mules on the grass is prohibited; stay on the gravel.
  • Negative Coggan’s for all horses/mules.
  • Dogs are welcome, but must be leashed or tied at all times.  Owners must clean up their dog's waste, and control noise.  Dogs must have rabies shot.
  • Keep campfire rings in one place.
  • Put ALL trash in the dumpster.  Do not throw bottles and cans in fire pits. 
  • Alcoholic beverages in your campsite only. 
  • Motorcycles and ATVs prohibited in the campground.    ~  Firearms are prohibited.
  • Using utility poles as an anchor or tether lines or tying of horses is prohibited.
  • Tying horses to trees is prohibited.  If trees are chewed there is a $150 fine for each tree.
  • Tying horses overnight to trailers at campsites is prohibited.
  • Campsites stalls, pens, picket areas must be clean before leaving the campground.  Failure to do so could cause a $35 fee to be added to your account that would be charged to you on your next return visit.
  • Not responsible for Acts of God.
  • Those arriving early may need to park trailers in designated parking until the sites are open. 
  • When departing late, trailers may need to move to the designated parking area if the site is rented.  Please check in with the management.