Camp Rules

Enjoy the opportunity to be entertained and relax in an outdoor environment!
HAVE FUN! – Just abide by a few rules:
  • RULE 1 – Do not deface the forest or litter the area
    In any way, temporarily or permanently, including going off road mud bogging. We are permitted usage of this US Forestry land because we take care of it. The RENDEZVOUS committee provides dumpsters for trash – use them please.
  • RULE 2 – No fireworks or firearms
    The US Forest Service prohibits fireworks and bans the use of firearms
  • RULE 3 – Do not pick flowersIt is a federal offense to pick flowers
  • RULE 4- Maximum speed limit is 10 miles per hour
    This is for the safety of all in the Rendezvous area
  • RULE 5 – Motorized vehicles
    Please keep vehicles within 100 feet of existing signed and numbered roads,If the vehicles are not causing resource damage. It is not acceptable to drive to the campsite to unload gear if that campsite is more than 100 feet away from the road.
  • RULE 6 – All ATV’S –Must have a current Wyoming ORV sticker (Purchase Info)
    AND can only be operated on designated forest service roads.
  • RULE 7 – No illegal drugs allowed (zero tolerance policy). Gentle reminder: Marijuana is not legal in Wyoming.
  • RULE 8 – Do not provide alcohol to persons under age 21!!!
  • RULE 9 – Quiet hours – Midnight to 7:00 am [strictly enforced]. In addition, generators must be turned off during quite hours.
  • RULE 10 – All pets must be on a leash, in your arms, or under strict control at all times anywhere in the forestry area. Animals are not permitted in the main camp entertainment center/dining area. If you bring horses, PLEASE set up your camp in the area(s) designated on the map and keep them secured at your camp.
PUBLIC NUDITY POLICY: Exposure of genitals are all not allowed.

As to Campfires & Bears Hugs at Rendezvous

Campers and other public land users need to follow basic campfire safety rules.

Campfire use may be limited or prohibited at times due to many weather factors.

  • Scrape back dead grass and forest materials from around your campfire site.
  • Keep your campfire small and under control; make it only as big as necessary.
  • Keep a shovel and a five gallon water container nearby to douse escaped embers.
  • If possible use an existing fire ring. If you are creating a new fire ring please line it with 6” rocks or larger.
  • Scrape the inside area down to bare soil.
  • Put your campfire ‘dead out’ before leaving your campsite for even a minute or going to sleep.
  • Extinguishing a fire to “dead out” means dousing it with water to the point no smoke or steam is rising, and the fire pit feels cool to the touch.
  • Please do not burn your garbage! There are dumpsters available to you. Some things just melt and emit toxic odors, but do not burn.