VERY IMPORTANT CHANGE: This year there will be another County 4-H Camp going on the week prior to the Fair so campers are ONLY allowed to be brought out at the following times.
Thursday, July 11, 5-7 p.m.
Friday, July 12, any time after 2 p.m.
The NFPA Code 1194 for RV Parks and Campgrounds states that all campers must be placed 10 feet from any structure, including other campers and buildings. This includes slide outs when out but does not consider awnings part of structure when they are out. This is coming from the State Fire Marshal and the Trustees.
During the fair please be aware of the dangerous areas in the old barns. Parents should not permit youth to be in the old barns during the fair.
Wood County 4-H Campgrounds
Non-Licensed Motorized Vehicle Guidelines
Speed Limit for all cars, trucks, vans, tractors, ATV’s, UTV’s or any other motorized vehicle is 10 MPH.
ATV and UTV Regulations
- ATV’s must be registered with the camp caretaker and a permit must be obtained.
- Liability Insurance is required.
- Rider must be 16 to drive an ATV or an UTV.
- All riders/passengers 16 and under must wear an approved helmet and/or a seatbelt in a UTV.
- Motorized vehicle must have a properly functioning muffler and USFS approved spark arrestor.
- No more than one passenger unless allowed under manufacturer’s recommendations.
- Operators must meet manufacturer’s minimum age/weight requirements.
- Pedestrians always have the right of way.
- No alcoholic beverages may be consumed or carried (nor should they be on the campground.)
- Obey all signs, gates, and barriers.
- Display ATV permit at all times.
- ATV’s or UTV’s should not be operated from sunset to sunrise without a lighted taillight and headlight.
- Parents, 4-H Leaders, and all adults should be role models.
If these rules are not followed the 4-H Camp Trustees have the right to revoke the permit and ATV’s may not be permitted for the next year.