Rules & Regulations
Fisherman’s Point Campground
Hoyt Lakes, Minnesota
Rules & Regulations
* Must register at Campground Office before going to a campsite.
* Check-in Time:
* Monday - Sunday 1:00 p.m. Daily
* Check-out Time:
* Monday – Sunday 11:00 a.m. Daily
* Payment: Cash, Check, MasterCard, Visa, Discover and American Express
All persons using campsites, picnic grounds or recreation area of Fisherman’s Point shall comply with the following rules:
A. Fees for the entire length of the intended stay must be paid upon arrival. The manager will not hold a site beyond the days paid.
B. Keep the campsite, picnic grounds and recreational area in a clean, orderly & sanitary condition.
C. All household pets must be kept on a leash at all times and must be immediately cleaned up after. Failure to remove pet waste will incur a clean-up fee of $20.
D. Fires permitted only in grills or fire rings provided for the camping and picnic area. DNR approved
firewood is required and available for purchase at the Campground Office.
E. It is unlawful to remove any object, deface any property, to cut any tree, to peel the bark of any tree
or to make any excavations without the consent of the City.
F. No firearms shall be discharged within any area of Fisherman’s Point without written permission.
G. No fish shall be cleaned in any other area except the fish cleaning house.
H. No person shall create a disturbance which will bother the people in other campsites.
I. Quiet time is 11:00 pm to 7:00 am. Noise complaints can be reported to the East Range Police Department non-emergency phone number 218-742-9825 or 218-225-2000.
J. All vehicles must follow the speed limit and shall park in designated areas only.
K. No person shall camp in Fisherman’s Point without first having registered and paid.
L. Fees for the use of campsites are determined by Resolution of the City Council.
M. No one under the age of 18 shall camp overnight unless accompanied by their guardian.
N. The registration receipt must be displayed on the post at the entrance to the campsite.
O. Only one camping unit allowed per campsite (one tent may be put up for immediate family members ages 17 and under at no charge); Full charges apply for any other additional campers or tents.