Friday Creek RV Resort is a quaint campground with 27 wooded sites along Friday Creek. Our guests will tell you it’s a fantastic oasis to get away from it all! Bring a friend or the whole family. Friday Creek RV Resort is the perfect spot for small camping groups/clubs. Close to the Skagit Speedway, Sakuma Brother's Farm, Heritage Flight Museum, the Children's Museum of Skagit County and the Skagit Valley Casino, you will find plenty to do both on and off site when visiting Friday Creek. Amenities at the park include: river/creek access, pet access, showers, restrooms, picnic tables, barbecue pits and a clubhouse. Hope to see you soon!
Open Dates: May 2 to September 30
RV sites feature river/creek access, pet access, showers, restrooms, picnic tables, barbecue pits and a clubhouse. Sites are also just a short drive from local attractiosn like the Skagit Speedway, Sakuma Brother's Farm, Heritage Flight Museum, the Children's Museum of Skagit County and the Skagit Valley Casino.
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Each member is allowed to use one campsite for an overnight stay. Only one camping vehicle and two tents or, if there is no camping vehicle, three tents are permitted per campsite. In addition, each member is allowed up to 2 non-camping vehicles per campsite and all vehicles must be parked on the campsite pad. A member must keep all of his/her property and possessions within the confines of the campsite. Additional vehicles may be parked in common parking areas designated by the Preserve Manager; vehicles may not be parked in unoccupied campsites. All extra vehicles and guest vehicles are subject to a guest vehicle charge, and all guests are to stay at their designated campsite. Overnight sleeping is forbidden in buildings or in a non-camping vehicle. Arrival at any Outdoor World preserve, except Orlando, without a campsite reservation entitles you to an overflow-parking place only. This area may be without utility hook-ups. Overflow sites or parking spaces are not available at any of the Outdoor World Orlando locations. Members are not allowed to save or reserve campsites for friends or late arrivals. Campsites improperly held or marked will be returned to their “first come, first choice” basis. Campfires may be burned only in designated fireplaces and barbecue pits where available. The Preserve Manager may prohibit or restrict campfires when hazardous fire conditions exist. Remember, campfires must be extinguished and “dead out' when leaving the campsite or campfire area. Members may not cut firewood on the preserves. Self-contained vehicle waste storage tanks must have the outlet plugged, except when a sewer connection is available or when unloading into a dump station.
At most preserve, there are no facilities to accommodate the receipt and distribution of member mail. Members planning extended travel away from home should make other arrangements. Contact the preserve directly to inquire if it offers a special mail handling service for a fee, and please note that the campground is not responsible for lost, stolen or damaged mail sent to a preserve.
All guests must drive all vehicles (including golf carts and scooters, where permitted) at 5 M.P.H. unless otherwise posted. This rule also applies to the operation of non-motorized vehicles, including bicycles and skateboards. Please do not ride non-motorized vehicles after dark. Helmets (especially for children) are mandatory where regulated by state or local ordinances and are strongly recommended at all locations. Vehicles must have a valid state registration and proof of insurance and be driven by a licensed driver. All speed limits, directional signs and state required safety guidelines must be observed, and vehicle cruising in the preserves is prohibited. Non-street licensed vehicles such as ATVs, dirt bikes, scooters, dune buggies, go carts and snowmobiles may only be used in designated areas and may only be ridden directly to the designated area. Safety helmets must be worn and lights must be on at all times, plus, the muffler/exhaust system must be in good working condition. Additionally, members are provided periodic opportunities to sell certain goods or services on the preserves, and the Preserve Manager will determine specific times and places, and fees may apply in some cases. There will be no solicitation or selling of goods and or services from a member's campsite or elsewhere on the preserve.
Members must accompany and remain present for his/her guests to use a preserve unless the guest is participating in a specific guest program, and members are responsible for the actions and behavior of his/her guests during their stay. Members may reserve a campsite for a particular guest up to two times per calendar year, and each stay may be up to 14 consecutive days. An individual guest will be allowed to camp overnight at any single preserve only one time each calendar year. Guests will be charged a nightly guest fee for use of a campsite. maximum of ten (10) persons may occupy one guest campsite, and all additional vehicles will be charged a daily fee. Parties larger than ten (10) persons are allowed to use campsites, but units must contact the preserve management in advance for arrangements.
The open consumption of alcoholic beverages is discouraged at all family functions/recreation events and in the family areas of preserve facilities. Where permitted, alcoholic beverages must be kept in a concealed container, and minors are not allowed to consume alcohol anywhere on the premises. Anyone who willfully or negligently defaces, injures or destroys any campground property, equipment or person will be held liable for the full value or replacement cost thereof, whichever is greater. Any guest who causes a disturbance may be asked to leave the preserve or facility.
Smoking is not allowed in any of our buildings, facilities or rental units. All personal clotheslines, tie downs, and similar potential hazards to other persons be confined to the member's pad area. These items may not be attached to trees, bushes, standpipes or buildings. For safety reasons, all guests are expected to use a flashlight during low light conditions or during nighttime hours. Members and guests are prohibited from changing the auto fluids or making major repairs on any vehicle, including without limitation any camping vehicle, tow vehicle, car, golf cart or motorcycle, on any preserve. Car and RV washing is prohibited except at some preserves with a prepaid fee.
Membership holders and guests may bring usual household animals such as dogs and cats to a preserve for overnight camping or day use, but exotic pets are not permitted. Pets must be kept on a maximum 10 foot leash at all times and under the control of their owner; they may also be left inside the owner's camping vehicle. Pets may not be left outside on a campsite unattended. Membership-holders and guests should carry proof that their pets have had current vaccinations. Pets are prohibited in preserve buildings and swimming areas, and noisy, vicious or unruly pets are not allowed at a campground. Persons who are unable to control their pets must remove them from the preserve, or the animal may be removed by staff and taken to the local animal control association. The owner of any pet is responsible for any injuries or damages caused by his/her pets, and in addition, the owner of any pet that causes injury or damages to another is expected to resolve the issue directly with the injured party. The campground is not responsible for any injuries or damages. Pets will be allowed in certain rental units upon payment of a non-refundable pet fee; members wishing to bring a pet and use a rental unit must advise reservations of this fact when making arrangements. Pets owners are responsible for cleaning up after pets, and if the campground incurs expenses in excess of any 'pet fee' paid by the member, he/she will be responsible for repaying the campground for those expenses. Service animals may accompany a disabled person without any proof of disability or certification for the service animal and without payment of any pet fee or other surcharge. Horses or livestock are allowed only in designated areas at a preserve, but most preserves do not have facilities capable of boarding horses or livestock.
During periods of extreme fire hazard or weather emergency, special precautions or measures may have to be ordered by the Preserve Staff. In such events, the preserve may be closed or other precautionary measures ordered. All guests should immediately comply with orders to take special precautions or evacuate the preserve. In case of emergency, the Preserve Staff is authorized to move any camping vehicle, recreational vehicle or other property without notice or liability to the owner, to evacuate the preserve, or take any other reasonable action to protect the health and safety of persons or property. TCP holders understand that use of our facilities and preserves involves a certain degree of risk of loss, injury or damage to person or property, and TCP holders and their family and guests assume all risks of loss, injury or damage to person or property resulting from such use. The park is not responsible for any injury or damage to the person or property of TCP holders or their family or guests resulting from such use of our facilities and preserves. TCP holders and their family and guests agree to hold the campground harmless from all claims, liability loss and expense incurred as a result of injury to person or property, or both, of TCP holders, or their family or guests arising from the use of our facilities or fore your departure for current rates.
A member's maximum consecutive stay in a recreational vehicle at one preserve is 14 nights and the maximum consecutive stay in a tent at one preserve is 7 nights, subject to applicable High Use Restrictions. For a stay of 1-6 nights at one preserve, the waiting period for re-entry to that same preserve is the same number of nights as the stay in the preserve. (For example: If you stay in one preserve April 5-10, you can re-enter that same preserve on April 16.) For a stay of 7 or more nights, the waiting period for re-entry to that same preserve is 7 nights. Some membership contracts have stay limitations and frequency of use provisions that differ from our standard limitations. Refer to your membership contract for the stay limitations and frequency of use provisions applicable to your membership. A member may not use two memberships (whether or not owned by the same member) to circumvent the restrictions applicable to a membership.
For rental units at all sites, check-in time is 4 p.m. and check-out time is I a.m. Quiet hours begin at 11 p.m., so members and guests who arrive after 11 p.m. are asked to occupy their rental unit as quietly as possible, so others are not disturbed. Members may remain on the preserve after check-out time, but they must vacate the rental unit by check-out time, and for campsites at all preserves, check-in time and check-out time is 12 noon. Members may remain on the preserve after check-out time, but they must vacate the campsite by check-out time.
Members must register upon arrival presenting a valid membership card, driver's license and reservation number to the Preserve staff, stating the length of stay and the number in the party. The member's vehicle must have a valid state registration and proof of insurance in the member's name, which the member must present upon request. Only the person whose name is printed on the Membership Card and his or her spouse may use it, and children under 18 must be accompanied at all times by their parent/guardian while visiting a preserve. Single children, 18 through 23 years of age, who reside in their parent's home, or attend school away from home, may use the membership without their parents being present, provided they have an Annual Authorization Usage Card and a parent or guardian's member card. These single children will be restricted to two guests per day. Requests for an Annual Authorization Usage Card for a child should be directed to the Member Services office in Gautier, Mississippi. Proof of age and common residency will be required for processing the application. A member must pre-register all of their expected guests, whether for day use or overnight visits. All guests arriving in their own vehicle for day use or for an overnight stay in a member's camping vehicle will be charged the per vehicle per day fee. When a guest arrives in the member's vehicle, there is no charge.
Looking for some off-site fun? Here are a few camper favorites just beyond the campground:
1. The Skagit Valley Casino Resort
2. Skagit Skate
3. Children's Museum of Skagit County
4. Skagit's Own Fish Market
5. Sakuma Brother's Farm
6. Pacific Northwest Float Trips
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