(A) The fee for camping at primitive campgrounds at state parks is:
(B) The nightly fee for camping at state operated family camping areas at state parks during the in season is:
Four dollars will be added to the non-electric campground fee if electric is added to any sites not now having electric.
At South Bass Island and Middle Bass Island state parks the fees specified in this paragraph permit up to two adults plus children on one site for one night. Additional adults may camp on the site for a fee of five dollars per additional adult per night.
The chief of the division may reduce the fee for electric sites listed in this paragraph if the electric to the site becomes disconnected or unavailable for any extended period of time.
For any family campground not listed above the fee shall be fourteen dollars.
(C) The fee for camping at family camp areas at state parks shall be two dollars less than the fee listed in paragraph (B) of this rule during the winter season.
(D) The nightly per site fee for persons camping in state park horse camps shall be:
All or a portion of the fees for horse camps may be waived by the park manager for persons performing service projects that directly benefit the park.
(E) For the purposes of this rule, "premium sites" are those sites in high demand and designated by the chief as "premium sites".
(F) At those campsites the chief has designated as "seasonal sites" persons may rent and occupy the seasonal site for an entire month or the entire in season for a fee not to exceed the total of the daily rental fees specified in paragraph (B) of this rule.
(G) Any person entering and camping on a campsite prior to six a.m. shall pay the fee listed in paragraph (B) of this rule for the preceding day.
(H) The chief of the division may waive all or a portion of these fees for promotional purposes.
(I) For the purposes of this rule "full service sites" are those sites that have electric, water and sewage hookups available at the site.
(J) For the purpose of this rule "pull through sites" are those sites that provide the availability for a camping unit to access the site without having to back the camping vehicle.
(K) On the Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights of Memorial Day weekend, and Labor Day weekend and for the day before and the day of Fourth of July a two dollar holiday fee shall be added to the camp fees specified in paragraphs (B) and (D) of this rule. For Friday and Saturday nights, excluding holiday weekends and July third and July fourth, a one dollar weekend fee shall be added to the camp fees specified in paragraphs (B) and (D) of this rule starting on the weekend prior to Memorial Day weekend and ending on the first Sunday following Labor Day.
(L) Effective April 1, 2009 a one dollar fee shall be charged for all nightly family campsites and horseman campsites. This fee is in addition to the fees listed in paragraphs (B) and (D) of this rule. Effective April 1, 2011 a two dollar fee shall be charged for all nightly family campsites and horse campsites. This fee is in addition to the fees listed in paragraphs (B) and (D) ofthis rule.
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 03/25/2010 and 06/01/2015
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 1541.03
Rule Amplifies: 1541.01, 1541.03, 1541.09
Prior Effective Dates: 1/1/77, 3/24/81, 5/16/82, 10/18/82, 11/1/83, 6/6/86, 6/12/87, 3/18/88, 1/28/89, 4/10/90, 2/18/92, 3/1/93, 4/1/94, 3/1/95, 3/1/96, 7/1/96, 4/11/97, 4/1/98, 5/17/00, 7/1/01, 4/11/02, 6/9/03, 4/1/04, 4/1/05, 3/23/06, 11/7/2008