Valley Center Glamping Rules and Regulations

Valley Center Glamping Rules and Regulations

Welcome and thank you for camping at Valley Center Glamping at the Broken Rock Ranch. We hope you take advantage of the tremendous variety of recreational opportunities and experiences the Park has to offer. Our mission is to be your host and assist you in having a safe and enjoyable glamping experience. Please take a moment to review the information provided below. If you should need assistance at any time during your stay, please feel free to contact a Park Staff member or Camp Host.

The following list DOES NOT constitute a COMPLETE set of the Rules and Regulations governing the Broken Rock Ranch. You may request a complete set of the Rules and Regulations at the Park Office during business hours or visit the homepage of our website at valleycenterglamping.com. It is your responsibility to know and follow the rules and regulations at this facility.

ACCESSABILITY: Many areas of the Broken Rock Ranch are non-handicapped accessible.

AGE RESTRICTION: Valley Center Glamping at the Broken Rock Ranch does not allow children under the age of 18 either supervised or unsupervised. Violations will result in suspension of camping privileges.

CAMP HOSTS: Camp Hosts can provide you with information and assist you with minor problems and any after-hour emergencies. Camp Host sites are the Welcome Center and any employee driving a golf cart the you may see.

PARK STAFF: Staff is on duty 24 hours a day and patrols the Park from early morning to late night. A Park Staff member may be contacted through the Park Office or by leaving a message on the afterhours line by calling (760) 749-1278. If you have any problems or emergencies, do not hesitate to contact a Park Staff member on duty.

EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS: Sheriff 911
Sherriff Non -Emergency (760) 751-4400
Paramedics 911
Park Office 24-hour Message Line (760) 749-1278

MAILING ADDRESSES: 29701 Mac Tan Rd., Valley Center CA 92082

GLAMPING UNITS & SITES: All campsites at Valley Center Glamping are limited to one Camping Unit and a maximum of two (2) people per site. A Camping Unit is defined as a glamping tent site. Sleeping outdoors in the Campground is not permitted. No sleeping in vehicles other than a defined Camping Unit.

VEHICLE TRAFFIC TO A CAMPING UNIT & SITE IS NOT ALLOWED: Please park cars in the guest parking which is provided in front of the church near the entrance to the Campground. All extra vehicles must be registered at the Park Office. Parking pass must be displayed.

VISITORS ARE WELCOME FROM 8:00 AM - 10:00 PM: All visitor vehicles are to be parked in provided visitor parking spaces located in the lower lot adjacent the guest parking lot. Registered campers are held responsible for the actions and behavior of their guests and/or visitors while in the Park.

QUIET TIME SHALL BE OBSERVED FROM 9:00 PM - 8:00 AM: During quiet time, loud talking, music, and other disturbing activities are not permitted. No Generators Allowed. No amplified music allowed.

GLAMPING: Glamping is allowed in designated sites at the Broken Rock Ranch. The maximum stay for Glampers is two weeks in a twelve-month period. Glamping units or sites may not be used for storage. Makeshift tents and clotheslines are not allowed. One tent per campsite.

PETS: Pets are not allowed.

GROUND FIRES: Campfires are not allowed. Propane fire rings are provided at each Glamping Site. Open fires are not permitted. Guests are welcome to use the community fire ring located in Community Center.

CHECK OUT TIME IS 12:00 NOON: Campground stays may be extended subject to site availability. If you wish to extend your stay, please contact the Park Office before 11:00 AM for availability. Your Camping Unit and all belongings must be off site by 12:00 noon.

PARK OFFICE HOURS: The Park Office hours are 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM every day. The Park Office is open until 6:30 PM on Friday-Sunday evenings from Memorial Day to Labor Day.

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*This privately owned campground is not handicapped accessible in some areas, but projects are currently in process to remedy these conditions.