MODEL TYPE OF INTERIOR REGULATION OF CAMPING OR CARAVAN GROUNDS AND RECREATIONAL RESIDENTIAL PARKS
I. - GENERAL CONDITIONS
1. Conditions of admission and residence
To be allowed to enter, to settle or to stay on a campground, it must be authorized by the manager or his representative. The latter has the obligation to ensure the proper keeping and order of the campsite and compliance with the application of these rules.
Staying on the campsite implies acceptance of the provisions of these rules and the commitment to comply with them.
No one can choose to live there.
2. Police formalities
Minors unaccompanied by their parents will only be admitted with written authorization from them.
In accordance with Article R. 611-35 of the Code on the Entry and Stay of Foreigners and the Right to Asylum, the Manager is required to have the client of foreign nationality complete and sign, upon arrival, a individual police record. It must mention in particular:
1 ° The name and first names;
2 ° Date and place of birth;
3 ° nationality;
4. The habitual residence.
Children under the age of 15 may appear on the card of one of the parents.
Outdoor accommodation and related equipment must be installed at the location indicated in accordance with the directions given by the manager or his representative.
4. Reception desk
Open from 9:00 to 17:00 (1).
At the reception desk you will find all the information on the services of the campsite, information on the possibilities of refueling, sports facilities, the tourist attractions of the area and various addresses that may be useful.
A system for collecting and processing complaints is available to customers.
These rules of procedure are posted at the entrance of the campground and at the reception desk. It is given to each client who requests it.
For classified campsites, the classification category with the mention of tourism or recreation and the number of tourist or recreational sites are displayed.
The prices of the various services are communicated to the customers under the conditions fixed by order of the Minister in charge of the consumption and consultable with the reception.
6. Terms of departure
Customers are invited to inform the reception office of their departure the day before. Customers intending to leave before the opening hours of the reception desk must pay the day before the payment of their stay.
7. Noise and silence
Guests are advised to avoid any noises and discussions that may be disturbing their neighbors.
The sound devices must be adjusted accordingly. Closures of doors and chests should be as discreet as possible.
Dogs and other animals should never be left free. They must not be left at the campsite, even locked up, in the absence of their masters, who are civilly responsible.
The manager ensures the tranquility of his customers by setting schedules during which the silence must be total.
After having been authorized by the manager or his representative, visitors may be admitted to the campground under the responsibility of the campers who receive them.
The customer can receive one or more visitors at the reception. The services and facilities of the campgrounds are accessible to visitors. However, the use of this equipment may be subject to a fee which must be posted at the entrance of the campground and at the reception desk.
Visitors' cars are forbidden in the campground.
9. Traffic and parking of vehicles
Inside the campground, vehicles must drive at a limited speed.
Traffic is permitted from 7:00 am to 11:00 pm (2).
Only vehicles owned by campers staying in the campground may be driven in the campground. Parking is strictly prohibited on the places usually occupied by the accommodation unless a parking space has been provided for this purpose. Parking must not obstruct traffic or prevent the arrival of newcomers.
10. Maintenance and appearance of facilities
Everyone is required to refrain from any action that could affect the cleanliness, hygiene and appearance of the campsite and its facilities, including health.
It is forbidden to throw sewage on the ground or in the gutters.
Customers must empty the wastewater in the facilities provided for this purpose.
Garbage, waste of any kind, papers, must be deposited in garbage cans.
Washing is strictly forbidden outside the bins provided for this purpose.
The drying of the linen will be done, if necessary, with the common dryer. However, it is tolerated up to 10 hours near the accommodation, provided that it is discreet and does not bother the neighbors. It should never be done from trees.
Plantations and floral decorations must be respected. It is forbidden to plant nails in trees, to cut branches, to make plantations.
It is not permitted to delimit the location of an installation by personal means, nor to dig the ground.
Any damage to the vegetation, fences, grounds or facilities of the campsite will be the responsibility of the author.
The location that will have been used during the stay must be maintained in the state in which the camper found it when it entered the premises.
Open fires (wood, coal, etc.) are strictly forbidden. Stoves must be kept in good working order and must not be used in hazardous conditions.
In case of fire, notify the management immediately. Fire extinguishers can be used if necessary.
A first aid kit is at the reception desk.
Management is responsible for objects deposited at the office and has a general obligation to monitor the campsite. The camper keeps the responsibility for his own installation and must inform the person in charge of the presence of any suspect person. Customers are advised to take the usual precautions for backing up their equipment.
No violent or awkward play can be organized near the facilities.
The meeting room can not be used for hectic games.
Children must always be under the supervision of their parents.
13. Dead garage
It can not be left unoccupied equipment on the ground, only after agreement of the direction and only with the indicated location. This benefit can be paid.
14. Violation of the rules of procedure
In the event that a resident disturbs the stay of other users or does not respect the provisions of these rules, the manager or his representative may orally or in writing, if he deems it necessary, to give notice to the latter to stop the disturbances..
In the event of a serious or repeated infraction of the internal rules and after formal notice by the manager to comply with them, the latter may terminate the contract.
In the event of a criminal offense, the manager may appeal to the police.
(1) To be completed by the operator. (2) To be completed by the operator.
II - A N N E X E
PARTICULARS TO APPEAR IN THE INFORMATION NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS WHO RENT A LOCATION YEAR FOR THE INSTALLATION OF A RECREATIONAL MOBILE RESIDENCE PRIOR TO SIGNING THE RENTAL AGREEMENT
An information notice is systematically given by the operator to customers wishing to rent a location in the year prior to the signing of the lease. They attest to having read it.
Customers renting a year-round location under a renewable one-year contract can not elect residence in the campground or recreational park.
The information notice must specify the following information before the conclusion of the lease:
On the content of the contract
SIRET number, opening period, the number and the surface of the rented site specifying the layout of the leisure accommodation on the rented site and the conditions of renewal including the conditions of compensation in case of non-renewal the contract on the initiative of the manager, if the owner has participated in the installation costs of his accommodation.
Identification of the owner of the accommodation (name, home...) and persons allowed to stay on the site, type of mobile residence of leisure: brand, model, color, dates of manufacture and acquisition, surface and capacity maximum (in number of persons), identification of the mobile home entertainment provider (name, business name, address, warranty conditions and liability).
On the dilapidated
The age of a mobile home leisure is assessed on the basis of a contradictory description between the owner of the site and the owner of the accommodation. This description shows the following information: indoor and outdoor condition of the mobile home, the exterior appearance, the general condition of the chassis, the state of mobility, the safety and environmental aspect, the complementary equipment (the if applicable, to be determined with the manager).
The tenant must have an insurance covering his mobile residence of leisure (in particular against the theft, the fire or the explosion as well as the civil responsibility).
The landowner will inform the tenant of:
- limiting the number of people on the site;
- the conditions of use of the garden shed.
The operator and the lessee agree on the possible conditions of subletting of the mobile home.
In the case of sale of the mobile home for recreation by the manager, it may be agreed that the owner of the outdoor accommodation pays the manager by a commission of an amount previously agreed upon corresponding to the decision in charge of the visits and marketing of said accommodation.
On the amendment of the rules of procedure
If applicable, the notice must inform the client at least six months before the effective date of the substantial changes to the rules of procedure.
Mandatory reminder of the regulations applicable to the installation of outdoor accommodation
a) Definition of mobile home entertainment:
Mobile recreational residences are habitable terrestrial vehicles, intended for temporary or seasonal use for leisure purposes, which retain mobility means allowing them to be moved by traction but which the Highway Code prohibits to circulate (article R. * 111-33 of the urban planning code).
b) Rules for the installation of the mobile recreational residence:
In accordance with Article R. 111-34 of the Urban Planning Code, the installation of mobile recreational residences is authorized only on the following developed land:
- regularly created campsites
- residential recreation parks;
- holiday villages classified as light accommodation within the meaning of the Tourism Code (Article D. 325-3-3 of the Tourism Code).
They can not be installed on private land. Pursuant to article R. 111-34-1 of the urban planning code, mobile homes can not be installed on a site that has been the subject of a transfer of ownership, a transfer of social rights giving rise to the grant of ownership or enjoyment or rental for a period of more than two years, located inside a campsite, a holiday village or a family home.
Mobile recreation residences may be stored, for their next use, on the grounds assigned to the collective garage for caravans and mobile recreational residences, public parking areas and vehicle depots (art. 35 of the urban planning code).
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