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Day Visitor Terms and Conditions

Please read before purchasing your day admissions.

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We’re working on some exciting changes for the upcoming camping season!

Day admissions will be available for purchase May 1, 2024!

PLEASE READ PRIOR TO PURCHASING DAY ADMISSION

WRISTBANDS MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES WHILE CAMPING OR VISITING FOR THE DAY AND IS A CONDITION OF ENTRY. Valid wristbands are required for re-entry into the campground. Extra fee for replacement wristbands.

STOP AT FRONT GATE UPON ENTRY. You will be required to show your valid wristband and car pass to re-enter.

SWIM AT YOUR OWN RISK.  NO LIFEGUARD ON DUTY. NO SWIMMING AFTER DARK.

THE WATER PARK IS FREE OF CHARGE TO ENJOY BUT LIFEJACKETS ARE REQUIRED TO BE WORN WHEN ON THEM. Lifejacket rentals must be returned daily. Please see below for additional water park information and rules.

ALL ACTIVITIES, EVENTS AND EQUIPMENT ARE TO BE ENJOYED, PLAYED AND USED AT YOUR OWN RISK. Activity equipment is available for rent and must be retuned the same day, in the same condition by the time listed when rented.

GLASS ALCOHOL BOTTLES ARE NOT PERMITTED IN THE CAMPGROUND.

OUTSIDE FIREWOOD IS NOT PERMITTED IN THE CAMPGROUND, INCLUDING SKIDS AND CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS. Campfires are only allowed in fire pits approved by Windmill Point Park & Campground. Keep your fire under control at all times and never leave our fire unattended. Fires must be extinguished before retiring for the night. Do not use flammable liquids to start fires and burning garbage is not permitted. Please do not collect or chop firewood from wooded areas. For your convenience, we offer firewood for sale.

AS PER PROVINCIAL LAW, CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL IS PERMITTED AT YOUR REGISTERED CAMPSITE ONLY.  Individuals aged 19 and older may consume alcohol.  Alcohol cannot be transported in open containers and for safety, glass containers of any kind are not permitted off a Site. Excessive drinking, noise, or profanities will not be tolerated.

TOBACCO (which here includes all tobacco products as well as e-cigarettes or vapes), AND MARIJUANA PRODUCTS (where use is permitted by provincial and federal law) MAY BE CONSUMED ON YOUR REGISTERED SITE ONLY.  Individuals aged 19 and older may consume tobacco and marijuana. The use of tobacco and marijuana is not permitted in public areas of the campground. Where designated smoking areas do exist, they are restricted to tobacco only. When using tobacco and marijuana on your site we ask that you be respectful of your neighbours, particularly where children may be exposed to second hand smoke.  Please remember to dispose of lit cigarettes and butts in a safe and hygienic manner, to minimize the danger of fires or of accidental ingestion by small children or pets.

ALL  GUESTS VISITING FOR THE DAY ARE PERMITTED TO STAY UNTIL 11PM. Anyone dropping off or picking up must be met at Guest Services. We do not allow anyone to come in without paying the admission rate.

PLEASE BE COURTEOUS OF YOUR NEIGHBOURS – QUIET TIME IS STRICTLY ENFORCED FROM 11PM TO 8AM. The municipal noise bylaw is 24 hours.

ALL CHILDREN MUST BE SUPERVISED AT AL TIMES – especially in and around the water. Children must be at their registered campsites by 10p.m. unless accompanied by an adult.

MAXIMUM SPEED IS 10km/hr. FOR THE SAFETY OF ALL OF OUR GUESTS. PLEASE WATCH FOR CHILDREN AND PETS AT ALL TIMES. Golf carts are not permitted for overnight campers.

PETS ARE NOT PERMITTED IN THE PUBLIC AREAS OF THE CAMPGROUND – the beach, roped swimming area, the Event Tent and playground, and public buildings.  As per the Town of Fort Erie bylaws, please make sure that all pets are on a short leash (no more than 6′) at all times, not left unattended and Poop-N-Scoop is strictly enforced.  If you need baggies, please visit Guest Services.

GARBAGE AND RECYCLING BINS ARE PROVIDED FOR DISPOSAL OF GARBAGE USED AT WINDMILL POINT PARK & CAMPGROUND. Garbage must be kept in appropriate containers and disposed properly. Please do not litter.

WEAPONS OF ANY KIND ARE NOT PERMITTED. FIREWORKS ARE NOT PERMITTED.

RESPECTFUL INTERACTIONS – Your entire Windmill Point Park & Campground staff is committed to providing you with an excellent customer experience. This is a place of respect for campers, visitors and employees.  We have a ZERO TOLERANCE policy for any abusive, threatening or inappropriate behaviour.

NO REFUNDS OR RAIN CHEQUES.

Wibit Waterpark

(Open end of June – Labour Day)

WATERPARK IS AVAILABLE FOR PERSONS 6 YEARS AND OLDER, IN GOOD HEALTH, AND WITHOUT PHYSICAL RESTRICTIONS THAT WOULD LIMIT THEIR ABILITY TO USE THE WATERPARK SAFELY.  The Wibit Hand is available for children 12 years and younger.

APPROVED LIFEJACKETS MUST BE WORN FOR ALL PERSONS USING THE WATERPARK, AT ALL TIMES, REGARDLESS OF SWIMMING ABILITIES.  Transport Canada approved lifejackets are available for rent and must be returned in the same condition, on the same day at the time indicated.  

NO HORSE PLAYING, PUSHING, DIVING OR SWIMMING UNDER THE WATERPARK.  Any dangerous play and unsafe use of the waterpark, any watercraft or in and around the water will not be tolerated.  Windmill Point Park & Campground employees have the right to issue warnings, suspensions or removal from the water at any time.  

JUMPING OR SLIDING MUST BE FEET FIRST.  Ensure that there are no objects or people in the water below.

REMOVE ANY JEWELLERY, WATCHES, KEYS AND ALL SHARP OBJECTS BEFORE USING THE WATERPARK.

NO ACCESS TO THE WATERPARK AFTER CONSUMPTION OF ANY DRUGS OR ALCOHOL.

FOUL LANGUAGE AND INAPPROPRIATE BEHAVIOUR WILL NOT BE TOLERATED ANYWHERE IN THE CAMPGROUND.

AT CERTAIN TIMES, WINDMILL POINT PARK LIFEGUARDS WILL RESTRICT THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE ON THE DIFFERENT FEATURES OF THE WATERPARK AND/OR WILL RESTRICT THE DIRECTION OF THE TRAFFIC ON THE WATERPARK.

WINDMILL POINT PARK & CAMPGROUND LIFEGUARDS AND STAFF RETAIN THE RIGHT TO EXPEL ANY PERSONS ENDANGERING THEIR OWN SAFETY OR THAT OF OTHERS FROM THE WATER, THE WATERPARK AND THE CAMPGROUND, AT ANY TIME.

WAIVER, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND CONSENT TO MEDICAL TREATMENT

Please read this document (the “Waiver”) carefully, as it affects your future legal rights. Please provide your initials on each page after reading. By signing below, you (on behalf of yourself or your minor child/ward and any personal representatives, assigns, heirs and next of kin) acknowledge, agree and represent that you have carefully read and fully understood the Waiver and agreed to its terms.

Each individual attending the Premises and/or participating in the activities of the Campground must complete and sign the Waiver. A parent/guardian of a minor Attendee must complete and sign the Waiver on behalf of the minor Attendee.

This Waiver must be carefully read and signed in consideration of the opportunity of being a willing Attendee permitted to enter the Premises. As used herein, the term “Releasees” is defined to include the following: the Campground, its subsidiaries, affiliated organizations, owners, members, managers, directors, officers, past and present employees, agents, representatives, successors and assigns.

  1. I expressly acknowledge and agree that my attendance at the Premises and participation in the activities of the Campground may involve the risk of serious injury and/or death and/or property damage.
  2. I am fully aware of the risks and hazards inherent in my attendance at the Premises and participation in the activities of the Campground and I voluntarily, knowingly and freely assume all risks associated with participating in the activities of the Campground and entering the Premises, including, but not limited to, my own actions or inactions (or the actions or inactions of my minor child/ward), the actions or inactions of others (including but not limited to the Campground owners, officers, directors, managers, staff, volunteers or visitors), falls, injuries, illnesses, infections, contact with others (including but not limited to the Campground owners, officers, directors, managers, staff, volunteers or visitors), navigating any and all obstacles and any defects of the Premises.
  3. I represent and warrant to the Releasees that I am in good physical condition, am able to safely participate in the activities of the Campground and have no medical condition that would make my participation in the activities of the Campground more hazardous.
  4. If I am pregnant, disabled in any way or have recently suffered an illness or injury; I consulted a physician before participating in the activities of the Campground.
  5. I consent to medical care and transportation in order to obtain treatment in the event of injury to me as the Campground owners, officers, directors, managers, staff, volunteers or other medical professionals may deem appropriate and understand that this Waiver extends to any liability arising out of or in any way connected with such medical treatment or transportation.
  6. I understand and agree that I am expected to exhibit appropriate behavior at all times while I am attending the Premises and while I am participating in the activities of the Campground to obey all local, provincial and federal laws, both criminal and civil. This includes, generally, respect for other people, equipment, facilities or property.
  7. I understand and agree that I may not bring weapons or illegal substances to the Premises.
  8. I understand and agree that the Releasees are not responsible for any personal item or property that is lost, damaged or stolen while I am participating in the activities of the Campground or on the Premises.
  9. I recognize and acknowledge that there are hazards and risks of physical injury or illness to myself in attending the Premises and participating in the activities of the Campground and that not all such hazards or risks can be fully eliminated. I freely and voluntarily agree to assume the full risk of death, bodily injury or property damage, regardless of severity, that I (or my child/ward) may sustain as a result of my participation in the activities of the Campground or attendance at the Premises, howsoever arising, including, but not limited to, the active or passive negligence of the Releasees.
  10. I agree to indemnify the Releasees from any and all third party claims, howsoever arising, for any loss, liability, damage or cost they might incur, including, but not limited to, claims arising in whole or in part by my negligent or intentional acts or omissions while participating in the activities of the Campground or attending the Premises.
  11. I indemnify and hold harmless the Releasees from any loss, liability, damage or cost they may incur while I am participating in the activities of the Campground or while attending the Premises, howsoever arising, including, but not limited to, being caused by the negligence of the Releasees.
  12. I hereby and forever release, waive, discharge and covenant not to sue the Releasees for any injury or damage to me, my personal representatives, assigns, heirs and next of kin, for any claims, causes of action, obligations, lawsuits, charges, complaints, controversies, damages, costs or expenses of whatsoever kind, nature, or description, whether direct or indirect, present or future, in law or in equity, in contract or in tort, or otherwise, whether known or unknown, arising out of or connected with my (or my minor/ward’s) participation in the activities of the Campground or while attending the Premises, howsoever caused, including, but not limited to being caused by the negligence of the Releasees.
  13. I hereby and forever release, waive, discharge and covenant not to sue the Releasees for any injury or damage to me, my personal representatives, assigns, heirs and next of kin, for any claims, causes of action, obligations, lawsuits, charges, complaints, controversies, damages, costs or expenses of whatsoever kind, nature, or description, whether direct or indirect, present or future, whether known or unknown, arising out of or connected with my (or my minor/ward’s) participation in the activities of the Campground or attending the the Premises, under the terms of any statute, including, but not limited to, any claims under the Occupiers’ Liability Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. O.2, as amended; and, the Negligence Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. N.1, as amended.
  14. I understand and acknowledge that the laws of the Province of Ontario shall apply to all matters relating to this Waiver regardless of the activity location, that the exclusive jurisdiction for any dispute with the Releasees resides in provincial or in federal court in Ontario. I expressly consent to the exercise of personal jurisdiction in connection with any dispute with the Releasees arising from my participation in the activities of the Campground or while on the Premises of the Campground.
  15. I expressly agree that this Waiver is intended to be as broad and inclusive as permitted by the law of the Province of Ontario, and that the invalidity or unenforceability of any term of this Waiver does not affect the validity or enforceability of any other term. Any invalid term will be treated as severed from the remaining terms.
  16. I acknowledge that in contract disputes, any ambiguity within the contract is generally interpreted against the contract drafter. However, with this knowledge, I do hereby agree that any ambiguity within this Waiver is to be interpreted in favour of the Campground.

 

 

Pet Policy

We welcome all friendly and well-behaved pets. We have designated areas at the campground for camping with your pets. If your pet enjoys a nice refreshing swim, we’ve also reserved a special area for them to swim.

For the safety of your pet and the comfort of all of our Guests, we do require that you keep them on a leash while on the property and of course, Stoop-N-Scoop is enforced!

Only guide dogs or service animals are permitted in the public buildings and areas.

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