Guest Policies

 

Guest Policies

Cancellation Policy
When a reservation is placed, the guest accepts all financial responsibility for the entirety of the reservation.  In the event of a cancellation, any unpaid balances will be charged upon notification. A return of you deposit is solely based on our ability to re-book your rental unit for the duration of your reservation less a $100 re-booking fee.

Check in/Check out
Check in time is 3:00 pm
Check out time is 11:00 am

Quiet Time
Quiet time is 11pm-8 am, please be considerate of others with noise and music during quiet time.

Extra Guests
A $25 per guest per night fee will be applied towards your stay for exceeding the rated occupancy of your rental unit.  Please arrange for an extra guest before your arrival to avoid additional fees.  All guests must be registered before your reservation date. 

Visitor Policy
We do not allow visitors on the property, the beach, or in the rental units.  Guests are restricted to the members who are registered at the time of the booking. Please call with questions or if you have a special circumstance. 

Housekeeping Policy
All cabins and rentals are considered housekeeping units, which means you leave your unit the way you found it. Guests are responsible for sweeping, cleaning the bathroom, wiping down surfaces, washing dishes, and emptying their trash and recycling in the proper dumpster at the entrance of the property.  Units needing excessive cleaning will be subject to an additional fee at our discretion.

Pet Policy
Dogs are the only pets allowed, with a limit of 1 dog in the 2 dog-friendly cabins.
Dog Fee $35 per night. Please specify at the time of booking if you will be bringing a dog. We reserve the right and will restrict breeds due to excessive shedding and those thought to have an aggressive nature.  Dogs are not allowed on the furniture or beds.  We suggest you bring sheets from home to cover furniture and aid in the ease of your clean-up when checking out. Dogs are not allowed on docks except when loading them into your watercraft. Dogs must be attended to at all times and kept on a leash when outside on the grounds. DO NOT throw dog poop into the trash or dumpsters. There are shovels located around the property. Your dog may swim in the posted area at the far end of the beach, as long as they behaves, are not bothering others, and listens to your commands.  NO EXCESSIVE BARKING.

Firewood
Wisconsin state law prohibits the moving of non-certified firewood from any location.  You may not bring your own wood onto the property.  Firewood is for sale using an HONOR SYSTEM near the office.  A wheel barrel is available for your convenience to get the wood to your site. A drop box accepting cash and checks is available at the office door. Call for a trailer load delivered to your site.

Bathroom and Shower House
The bathroom and shower house are restricted to the use of our seasonal RV campers.  

Beach Safety
Swimming is at your own risk.  There is no lifeguard on duty. Children under 12, must be accompanied by an adult when swimming. No glass containers around the beach area and please bring your trash back up with you.

FIREWORKS AND FIREARMS
Due to insurance liability, fireworks and firearms, including BB and pellet guns, airsoft, paintball, etc. are not allowed on the resort grounds. Note: CCW permit holders may use discretion.

PARKING
We allow for two vehicles per cabin rental. Trailer parking instructions will be given upon arrival. 

CONDUCT
Disorderly conduct, drunkenness, fighting, obscene language, obnoxious, disruptive, or vulgar behavior will not be tolerated. You may be evicted from the property with no refund.

DRUGS/Smoking
Smoking tobacco is permitted outside your cabin in designated areas. Illegal drugs (including marijuana) are prohibited on the property of Cranberry Lake Resort & Campground. Person(s) caught in violation of this rule are subject to immediate eviction without a refund and possible criminal charges.

LIABILITY/TERRAIN
The resort setting is a natural environment. The Wisconsin Legislature has adopted section 895.519 of the Wisconsin Statutes, which grants the Campground immunity from inherent risks of camping. Campers are aware that they will be unable to recover damages against the campground for the inherent risks of camping even if the campers or guests are injured or killed as a result of such inherent risks. The campground is not liable for impairment of the quality or extent of lodging resulting from weather, acts of god, infectious agents, or injuries caused by other campers.