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Y314-303-5504      20279 MO Hwy 8 in Saint James, MO 65559      [email protected]

Welcome to unfussy camping . . . 
         Where relaxation is the ultimate goal!

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Welcome!  At Pheasant Acres RV park, LLC we
take great pride in having the "Best Little RV Park" in the area.
Our Rules and Regulations are for the safety of you, your children, your pets and your guests.
Add to that kindness towards others and helping your neighbor,
and you pretty much have our daily philosophy

It's really simple folks...the code of camping says  "leave no trace."  
That simply means that you should leave your campsite cleaner than you found it.

1.  SPEED LIMIT: 5 MPH
2.  ONE-WAY: Follow one-way traffic signs
3.  CHECK IN:  1:00 PM    Check Out: 11:00 AM
4.  QUIET HOURS:  Sunday through Thursday -          10:00 PM to 6:00 AM
                                  Friday and Saturday -                    11:00 PM to 6:00 AM
5.  REGISTER and PAYMENT: Upon arrival check in with office, make payment, sign register
6.  WATER:  We are on a well powered by electic. Fill your RV tanks in case of power outage.
7.  SEWER HOSE: Be sure have have long enough hose for your RV.  After hooking up make sure there
     are no leaks. Use a slinky or similar device to ensure proper drainage.  Musts have screw in
     receptacle to have secure fit into our sewer pipe.
8.  WATER HOSE: Be sure and have enough hose to reach hydrant. Check to see there is no leaking at
      the hydrant or from your RV.
9.  DRIVE ONLY ON GRAVEL: Do not park on grassy area, as pipes are running underground.
10. PICNIC TABLE:  Each patio has a picnic table. NO COOKING WITH GRILL ON TABLES please.  When
       break camp please put table back onto gravel patio.
11. FIRE PIT: Each site has a fire pit and grate. ONLY WOOD and coals should be in the fire pits.  Please
      help me (since I have to clean them out weekly) by not putting any cans, bottle, plastic, or other
      foreign objects besides wood and charcoal in the pit.
12. DUMPSTER:  Located by the exit.  ALL TRASH must be in proper plastic trash bags TIED SHUT.  No
      grocery bags are to be used.  Bottles, cans, food scraps, diapers, Dog Doodie - anything that is trash
      must be in a garbage bag. I have free bags in the offce is you need  some.
13. ELECTRIC COMSUMPTION:  An RV is just a tin box.  IT is not wired like a stick house nor is it
      insulated like a stick house.  If you leave for the day, turn your air up to lesson consumption of
      electricity. NOTE: If you have an RV that is over 34 feet long, there may be an electric surcharge
      added to your bill if your consumption goes over $5.00 a day
14. RV's WITH WASHER/DRYER: Since Parv in on a well system for water and has a septic system, we ask
      that you limit your use of those appliances to keep your electric usage down and lessen water
      consumption and to keep influx of water from the septic system.
15. RV 101: Practice good RVing rules regarding loud noise/music, trash, running too many electrical
      applicances at once, children running amuck in the campground and barking dogs.
16. CHIDLREN: 14 and under must be supervied at all times.  They are not allowed in rest room and
      shower house building unsupervised.  You need to know where they are at all tmes.
17. BICYCLE RIDING: Follow one-way signs. No riding after dusk or before sunrise. Ride only on the
      gravel or the paths in the woods. PARENTS please go over rules with your children for safety sake.
      Helmets are a good safety precaution.
18. ICE MACHINE: Children are not to play around or in the machine, climb on the machine, or get ice
      out of the machine.
19. CIGARETTES:  Arrrrrrgh.  If you are a smoker, please use a Butt Bucket available outside of the office. 
      Since we are in a heavily woods area and adjacent to Missouri Conservation disposal of cigarette               butts propertly is a must.
20. GROUNDS: There are bear and coyote sightings within  100 yards of the campground.  No food,
       grease, dish water, scraps should be thrown around the campground area.  No need to adveritize
       for them or racoons, squirrels or armadillos.
21. GOOD SAMARITANS: At PARV we enjoy camaraderie, helpfulness and making of new friends,
      two-legged and four-legged and folks of all ages. Kindness goes a long way.
22. LEAVE NO TRACE: Leave your campground cleaner than you found it bares repeating. When
       breaking camp do the following to help PARV looking good and easy for the mowers:
       a. Fire out, grate on pit, and left over wood stacked on top of grate
       b. Picnic table clean and back on patio
       c. Police your campsite area for trash - straws, dog doodie, candy wrappers, egg shells, peanut hulls,
           tent stakes, dog chains, hoses, etc.
       d.Turn off electric and water
       e.Leave nothing in rest rooms and shower area
       f. DID YOU REMEMBER TO PAY FOR ICE AND WOOD?
23. Wi-FI and SATELLITE: Due to our location these are sketchy and not guaranteed.  We recommend
      you travel with yourown hot spot and satellite dish. Please understand that PARV's Wi-FI is not 
      secure and therefore shouldn't be used for business purposes. Since we have only 10 MPBS of 
      service there is to be no streaming of movies, games, or watching YouTube.
24. MARAMEC SPRING PARK:  Just 2 miles east of us, it is a beautiful place for trout fishing, hiking, eating 
       at the cafe and visiting the museums.  There is a $5 entrance fee per car.  To fish you need your
       fishing license and a $3.00 daily trout tag.  Limit of 4 trout daily, 8 in possession.  Once you have put
       your 4th trout on your stringer it is illegal to cast any more.  Law says you must have your name on
       your stringer.  The fishing is managed by the State Conservation Department.
25. WOODSON K. WOODS CONSERVATION LAND:  Adjacent on two side of PARV is 2500+ conservation
       land for bow-hunting in season of turkey and deer, hiking, bird watching, photographing. 
26.  WOODSON K. WOODS RIVER ACCESS:  Is just a half mile past the trout park, on your left.  Great for s
       sitting by the rivr in your chair, safe for kids to play and float around in.  Dogs Allowed. Gravel
       parking lot with rest rooms.


RULES and REGULATIONS