Removing or evicting a guest from your park can be difficult, and in California, legislature provides ample rights to your guest and fewer rights for you, the operator/owner.
The California RV Park Occupancy Law can be found under California Civil Code, Title 2, Part 2 of Division 2. Some attorneys or local law enforcement may not be familiar with RV Park Occupancy Law and may try to use other less stringent eviction codes. However, they do not apply.
California Outdoor Hospitality Association has created the Practical Guide to the Removal & Eviction Process to help guide you through the different processes that apply to RV parks. In quick summary, all removals or evictions are based on three essential time frames of a guest.
If a guest’s length of stay is:
• less than 30 days, the guest is an occupant and requires a 7 day notice for eviction (*civil code signage must be present for removal & eviction
• more than 30 days but less than 9 months, the guest is a tenant and requires a 30 day no cause eviction notice
• more than 9 months, the guest is a resident and requires a 60 day with cause eviction notice
The legal forms provided by CalOHA should be served in accordance with the RV Park Occupancy Law. With the help of Hart Kienle Pentecost and Rudderow Law Group, CalOHA has created forms to assist you with all three types of occupancy.
Note: Proper use of these forms, when required, can save you time and protect you from potential legal problems and mistakes. The forms are for general usage only and are not a substitute for individualized documents and advice by legal professionals. Prior to using these forms, you should consult with your lawyer.
When looking at repairing damages and imperfections in the asphalt in your RV park or campground, there can be a lot of confusion regarding the most effective repair for the specific damages. Removal, replacement, overlaying, sealcoating...the process can be overwhelming at first, but CampCalNOW and JB Bostick are here to help.
CampCalNOW is bringing you an informative webinar regarding the best practices on repairing and replacing asphalt imperfections from the asphalt experts at JB Bostick. With specific specializations including various types of living communities and businesses since 1969, JB Bostick has been dedicated to providing business owners of all kinds with dependable and reasonably priced asphalt maintenance services.
Watch the webinar from CampCalNOW and JB Bostick below, and please contact JB Bostick directly with any questions regarding their services for your RV park or campground. Check our Events tab for more webinars presented by CampCalNOW.
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To bring you an inside look at some of these unique structures and the companies that create them, CampCalNOW is bringing you a collaborative webinar composed of innovative and modern lodging suppliers. Learn about the most unique structures on the market for RV parks and campgrounds that are guaranteed to increase bookings and improve revenue!
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By Haley Dalian for Campspot
Camp stores are becoming a staple feature at campgrounds by offering shopping convenience for campers and ancillary income for owners: a win-win for you and your guests! Whether it’s firewood or a souvenir t-shirt, having popular products on hand will grow sales and keep your guests engaged coming back for more. Whether you’re looking to add new products to your existing store or wondering what products you should invest in for a new store, we’re here to help! From camping supplies to keepsakes, the following tips are sure to contribute to your camp store’s success.
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