Burnt River Campfire and Off-Road Rules & Regulations:
- NO TRESPASSING on adjacent properties. Please show courtesy.
- There will be no fireworks or paintball guns allowed on the premises. Anyone caught using these items face fines up to $200 and will be asked to leave with no refund.
- NO riding your off-road vehicle to and from the property. All non-licensed off-road vehicles must be trailered into and out of the facility.
- Riding is permitted on the tracks and trail courses ONLY! Absolutely no riding on the wetlands (no motorized vehicle closer than 200 metres from the wetlands), sound barrier wall, restricted areas in the wooded lands or any grassy areas. Anyone riding and damaging these areas will be prosecuted and be held accountable.
- Off-Road motorcycles and ATVs may be ridden in the pit area in FIRST GEAR ONLY. Anyone failing to comply will be asked to leave the premises.
- NO DUMPING OF ANY OIL, GAS OR ANTIFREEZE OR HAZARDOUS WASTE ON THE GROUND. This is illegal and very harmful to the environment.
- NO LITTERING. Please use garbage bins that are provided throughout the facility. This will also help prevent nuisance Black Bears.
- USE EXTREME CAUTION! When smoking cigarettes. Careless disposal of cigarette butts may cause a fire.
- NO ALCOHOL on the premises except in the camping area. This rule applies to all spectators and participants alike.
- All riders at Burnt River Off-Road Vehicle Facility MUST sign a waiver form each and every time they ride on the premises. For riders under 18 years of age, a parent or guardian must sign the waiver. Anyone failing to comply will face a trespassing charge.
- Rider must wear helmet and protective gear at all times, even in the parking lot.
- Pee Wee track is for beginners and 50cc riders ONLY!
- All bikes must be sound tested every 30 days and meet a sound limit of 99dBA or less. Burnt River Off-Road Vehicle Facility will be conducting stationary sound test (some exhaust systems maybe restricted).
- Riders are responsible to check all trails and tracks for obstacles. Watch for hidden rocks, stumps, holes, fallen trees, etc.
- All riders and spectators must comply with all legislation and insurance requirements.
- Anyone riding or spectating at Burnt River Off-Road Vehicle Facility does so at their own risk. All children are the responsibility of the parents or their guardians. Make sure you know where your children are at all times.
- HAVE FUN! And ride safely.
Obeying these rules, using some common-sense and respecting others, will help make it a safe and enjoyable facility. Thank you for abiding by our rules and have a safe and fun day at BURNT RIVER OFF-ROAD VEHICLE FACILITY.
CAMPFIRE CONDITIONS AND REGULATIONS
- All Trailer Parks and Campgrounds are required to obtain a special fire permit. (Burnt River has obtain permit)
- “Contaminant” shall mean any solid, liquid gas, odor, heat, sound, vibration, radiation or combination of any of them resulting directly or indirectly from human activities that may cause an adverse effect.
3. Adverse Effect” shall mean one or more of:
a) Impairment of the quality of the natural environment for any use that can be made of it;
b) Injury or damage to property or plant or animal life;
c) Harm or material discomfort to any person;
d) An adverse effect on the health of any person or the impairment of the safety of any person;
e) Rending any property or plant or animal life unfit for the use of mankind;
f) Loss of enjoyment for the normal use of property;
g) Interference with the normal conduct of business; and
h) Obstruction of a traveled part of any public or private driveway or roadway.
4. No person shall discharge a contaminant or cause or permit the discharge of a contaminant into the natural environment that causes or is likely to cause an adverse effect.
5. No camp fire shall be left unattended and shall be supervised at all tomes by an adult person until has been fully extinguished.
6. No person shall set a camp fire in the close proximity to any buildings, fences, trees, brush piles or other structures or combustible materials that could be ignited by sparks or heat radiating from the said fire.
7. All person setting a camp fire must assume full responsibility for the fire control, and shall:
b) Be liable for the cost incurred by the fire department including personnel, equipment and apparatus necessary and called to extinguish said fire, and shall reimburse the Fire Department upon demand for such costs;
d) Attend the fire at all times or ensure that it is attended by an adult person.
8. All camp fires must be completely extinguished before leaving the scene and no camp fires may be left burning overnight.
9. Every person who starts or causes to be started, a camp fire shall:
a) Take all responsible steps to keep the fire under control;
b) Ensure that a responsible person tends the fire; and,
c) Extinguish the fire before leaving the site of the fire.
10. This Fire Permit may be cancelled or suspended at any time by the “Fire Chief”, a Municipal Law Enforcement Officer”, or “Ministry of the Environment Official” or their designates.
11. Any person who does not comply with the conditions of this permit is subject to prosecution under the Ontario Fire Code and/or Bylaw 2005-313(CofKL) as amended.
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