We appreciate your patronage and shall try in every friendly, reasonable way to make your stay at Lilac Resort both pleasant and comfortable.

Lilac Resort is privately owned, and the Management makes and enforces the Terms and Conditions. Written for your general welfare, safety, and enjoyment, to assure a pleasant living environment. These Terms and Conditions took effect as of January 1, 2006, and were amended on January 1, 2010, April 1, 2012, April 1, 2013, April 1, 2014, April 1, 2015, April 1, 2020, and May 1, 2020.

DEFINITIONS: As used in these Terms and Conditions;

“Resort” means Lilac Resort Ltd. and/or physical property;

“Management” means the owner, officers, manager or other agents of the Resort;

“Seasonal Guest” or “Guest” means the person or persons including eligible dependents leasing the Site from the Resort;

“Visitor” means any person who is not an eligible dependent of the Guest.

“Site” means the physical property that the Guest is leasing;

“Renewal Date” means the yearly date that the Seasonal Agreement begins;

“Seasonal Agreement” means the signed lease agreement between the Management and the Guest;

“Seasonal Rate” means the lease fees the Guest owes to Management;

“RV” means the recreational vehicle or camping unit that will be parked on the Site owned by the Guest;

“Personal Content” means but not limited to a sleeping cabin, deck, screen room, shed, etc. and any other structure owned by the Guest;


**To protect your privacy and ensuring that your personal information remains confidential. (Privacy Policy available online & at the office).    

** To enforce the Terms and Conditions of Lilac Resort Ltd. and help all Guests understand the importance of observing these Standards.

** To train staff to administer and enforce the Resort rules fairly to all Guests.

** To provide safe, comfortable living conditions to all Guests in Lilac Resort.

** To give service.

** To assure you of accessibility to Management.

** To listen and respond to Guests’ needs and wants in a timely and direct manner.

** To provide the highest quality activities program.

** To have cheerful employees who care about your needs and are eager to assist whenever needed.

** To provide security for the wellbeing of our Resort and its Guests.

** To be honest, forthright and direct in all communications with Guests.

** To follow our mission “To create happy campers” in treating all our Guests fairly and to give the respect you all deserve.


**To know, understand, and observe the Terms and Conditions of Lilac Resort as listed to the fullest degree, which will ensure every Guest a comfortable, happy, and carefree “vacation home.”

** To enjoy, insure and protect your RV and Personal Contents.

** To have a good, safe stay and to enjoy all Lilac Resort has to offer.

** To bring to Management’s attention any concerns or questions.

Lilac Resort is a Family Recreational Vehicle Resort community designed for the enjoyment of those who wish to maintain healthy, active minds and bodies; where Guests are leasing an atmosphere and a way of life as much as physical property. These extensive facilities and activities are possible only in a resort of high-density occupancy. To maintain the desired high quality of life, these Terms & Conditions have been adopted. Lilac Resort wants to maintain a neat and orderly appearance and operate a resort that allows each guest the maximum freedom possible without interfering with the rights and enjoyment of others. The following Terms & Conditions are established as a condition of occupancy. When in doubt about specific Rules please, “ASK”.

Seasonal Agreement: Each Seasonal Agreement term is a separate transaction and is renewed yearly. Upon the Guest receiving notice that the Resort’s summer office is open for the season the Guest in all instances must report to the office on the first visit to the Resort to sign the Seasonal Agreement. The Seasonal Agreement allows 6 months of residency from April 15 to October 15 and 6 months storage from October 15 to April 15. The Guest or Management may choose to terminate the renewal of the Seasonal Agreement and in all instances, a notice of termination must be received in writing 30 days before the vacate date stipulated on the notice. The Guest’s RV and all Personal Contents must be removed from the Site on the vacate date stated in the notice of termination. The current Seasonal Rate will be invoiced in monthly installments to the Guest’s account from the date of notice of termination to the vacate date and any additional rental or extension beyond the stipulated vacate date will be at the current posted daily rental rates.

Renewal Date & Seasonal Rate: Beginning May 1, 2021, the Renewal Date of the Seasonal Agreement for all Guests will begin on May 1 and end at midnight on April 30 of each year. The Seasonal Rate will be switching from a yearly billing cycle to a monthly billing cycle. The Seasonal Rate and GST will be invoiced on the 1st day of each month and payment will be due within 30 days. All other transactions, store purchases, work requisitions, and Municipal Taxes will be invoiced separately and will be due on demand, 30-day terms. Guests who prefer to pay for the full 12-month Seasonal Rate in advance will have their payment appear on their account as a credit and this credit will go towards the Guest’s Monthly Seasonal Rate charges. Guests who pay their Seasonal Rate in advance will be rewarded a “Prepayment Credit” to their account. The Seasonal Rate may be paid by cash, cheque, debit card, Visa, Master Card or e-transfer. In all instances the Seasonal Rate is non-refundable.

Late Charges (30 day Terms): These terms take effect as of May 1, 2020; In addition to all other rights and remedies of Management and without prejudice to Management’s right to terminate the renewal of the Seasonal Agreement for non-payment of the Seasonal Rate, municipal taxes, work orders, store charges, late fees, etc. a late payment fee of 2% per month will be charged for past due accounts.

Accounts that are delinquent for 90 days or more will be deemed to be in default and Management will have the right to terminate the Seasonal Agreement which may result in eviction and a request for the removal of the RV and all Personal Contents on the Site or entitle Management to seize the RV and all Personal Contents on the Site as Security for Rental. Guests who are deemed to be in default will have their electricity turned off 5 days after receiving the notification of termination. 

Security for Rental: Failure on the part of the Guest to pay the Seasonal Rate or any amount owing to the Management as specified under this agreement shall entitle the Management to seize the RV and the Personal Contents on the Site and to retain the same as security for any unpaid Seasonal Rate and any outstanding amount owing hereunder. Upon the expiration of thirty days after such seizer, the Management shall have the right to dispose of same without notice to the Guest in such a manner as the Management, in its absolute discretion, deems appropriate, whether by public or private sale and thereafter the Management shall be entitled to, firstly, apply any such proceeds to the balance of any amounts owing by the Guest at the date of the sale, and secondly, to the payment of all legal costs on a solicitor-client basis incurred by the Management to obtain payment of any amount owing herein.

Seasonal Rate Increases: On the Renewal Date of May 1 of each year, Management reserves the right to increase the Seasonal Rate to compensate Management for increases in Management’s costs of insurance, taxes, salaries, contracted services and utility rates.

Electricity, Water & Sewage: Electricity will be on at the Site as of April 15 of each year. Electricity will be turned off at the Site on October 15 of each year. It is the Guests’ responsibility to ensure that all perishable goods have been removed before October 15. The Water System will be turned on at the Site for the first weekend of May of each year and turned off at the Site on the Tuesday following the Canadian Thanksgiving weekend of each year. The Sewage System is operational at the Site as of the first weekend of May of each year and up to October 15 of each year. Guests must be careful of items flushed into the sewage system, i.e. Sanitary Napkins, diapers, etc. should never be flushed down a toilet.

The Electricity, Water & Sewage System dates of operation are subject to change due to but not limited to; weather conditions, maintenance, upgrades or uncontrolled events. Guests with delinquent accounts will not have their electricity turned on until their account balance has been zeroed.

Winter Use: From October 15 to April 15 the Resort is closed. Guests are permitted to visit their Site but are required to inform the Management by phone or e-mail before their visit. Guests requesting to have electric power must make an email request to Management at least one day before visiting their Site. A fee of $20.00 per day will be applied to the Guest’s account. Be prepared to walk in, the entrance gate may be closed, or roads may be impassable.

Seasonal Activity Bracelets: As of the first weekend of May of each year, Guests are required to bring the expired seasonal activity bracelets that they were issued from the previous year to the Resort office to exchange for new activity bracelets. Six Seasonal Activity Bracelets will be provided to Guests and must always be worn on the wrist when using facilities, attending activities, entertainment venues, and when venturing outside the Site in the Resort after 11:00 pm. Children 3 years of age and under are not required to wear an activity bracelet. Seasonal Activity Bracelets are reusable and transferable. DO NOT LOSE YOUR BRACELET; there is a $180.00 charge to replace any lost bracelet. No charge to replace broken bracelets returned to the office. Additional seasonal activity bracelets may be purchased for $180.00 per season. In all instances, seasonal activity bracelets will expire on October 15 of the same year as received or purchased. Failure to display an appropriate bracelet may result in loss of privileges or eviction from the Water Park or entertainment venues. Day activity bracelets may be purchased at the office for the current posted Visitor Day Pass rate. Seasonal Activity Bracelets must be returned to the office if the Guest has sold their Seasonal Agreement, has been evicted, or is vacating the Resort. 

Municipal Taxes: RVs and Personal Contents on the Site which are assessed by the province and taxed by the RM of Ste. Anne will be charged to the Guest and in all instances, the Municipal Tax shall be payable on demand. Seasonal Sites are reassessed every spring by Manitoba Municipal Government Assessment Services. Guests who make changes to their site (adding or removing a Personal Content) are required to complete an “RV & Building on Site Form”. Guests who do not comply will be assessed a service fee by Management for completing this form on their behalf. RVs insured by Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) will not be assessed providing that a copy of proof of insurance is delivered to Management or the Municipal Assessment Officer before June 1st of each year. RVs which are assessed because Management or the Assessment Officer did not receive proof of MPI insurance will be the Guest’s responsibility and the amount owing to be paid to Management

Picnic Tables: Only one Resort owned picnic table is permitted per Site. Inform the office if you don’t want a Resort picnic table on your Site. For special occasions, more tables are available at your request.

Personal Injury & Property: Under no circumstances will Lilac Resort Ltd., its officers, Management and employees be liable for injury to persons, including Guests and their Visitors or invitees or licensees, or for any loss or property damage due to fire, theft, accident, or Act of God. Guests must determine to what extent of insurance is required to protect themselves and their Visitors against such a loss. If the Guest’s RV(s) is not insured through MPI then the Guest must insure the RV(s) with homeowner insurance. Personal Contents on the site must also be insured with homeowner insurance. Guests must provide proof of insurance when requested by Management.

Rental of RV: The Site shall be used solely for recreational purposes and occupied only by the Guests and their dependents. The rental of property is prohibited. Friends or relatives may occupy an RV in the Guest’s absence but must register at the office with proof of permission from the Guest.

Visitors: All Visitors are subject to the Terms & Conditions of the Resort and the registered Seasonal Guest will be held responsible and accountable for their Visitor’s actions. Visitors are not allowed to park an RV on a Seasonal Guest’s Site without prior consent from Management. If permission is obtained, the regular overnight fee will apply.

Children & Youth: Lilac Resort is a Family Resort which welcomes children of all ages. Children and youth under the age of 18 are permitted on the property with adequate adult supervision only. At no time should children or youth be left on their own at the Site. Guests are responsible for the care and actions of their children and youth or any child and youth left in their care at all times. Uncontrolled destructive and/or abusive children or youth will not be tolerated and may result in their being banned from the Resort or in the Guest being issued a notice of termination of their Seasonal Agreement.

Curfew: The Lilac Resort has an 11:00 pm curfew for children and youth. No loitering, no bike riding. Children and youth must be at a designated campsite and under adult supervision. Violators of this rule will be returned to their parents or those responsible for their supervision. Frequent violators will not be tolerated, and it may result in the banning of the child or youth or the Guest being issued a notice of termination of their Seasonal Agreement.

Pets: Pets are welcome. Dogs must always be on a leash and owners must clean up after them. Do not leave small bags of dog feces in front of your Site or in front of any other site or building, please deposit in a larger garbage bag or garbage container. No pets are allowed in the pool area or campground buildings except for service animals that are identified as having been trained to assist someone with disabilities. Barking dogs or those of which complaints are received will be dealt with promptly. Guests who cannot contain their dogs from disturbing others or dogs that the Manager deems as dangerous to the wellbeing of other Guests will be asked to remove their dogs from the Resort.

Parking: Each Site was originally provided with adequate space for one vehicle. In most circumstances, there is room for two vehicles. Additional vehicles should be parked in the designated parking areas and not on the street. Car passes when provided must be displayed in the front window of your vehicle. Anyone parking in such a manner as to block the driveway of a neighboring site or impede the flow of traffic shall be asked to move the vehicle immediately.

Site Occupancy: Only one RV (travel trailer, motor home, or park model) and only one of each of the following Personal Contents shall be allowed on the Site; deck, sleeping cabin, screen room, cook shed, storage shed, firewood shelter and outdoor restroom. Mobile homes and cabins in place of an RV are prohibited. A second RV unit instead of a sleeping cabin may be allowed providing permission has been obtained from Management. Guests who exceeded the above allowable limits before the amended April 1, 2015 Terms & Conditions will be “Grandfathered In”. Guests who do not adhere to the above conditions will be asked to remove the RV or the Personal Content from the Resort.

Building & Adding Personal Contents: A “Building Request Form” (available at the resort office) must be completed and returned to Management for approval before the commencement of any construction or exterior modifications to ensure all Resort building rules and specifications are being adhered to. Buildings must be no greater than 200 sq. ft. (10’ x 20’) in building area (footprint). Sleeping cabins, decks, screen rooms, cook sheds, storage sheds, and outdoor restrooms must be built to be movable off the Resort without the removal of any trees, underbrush, or any damage to the Site or Resort streets. Electrical wiring for all buildings must be done by or inspected by a qualified electrician. Sleeping cabins must be free-standing, not attached to the RV, have a 4/12 roof pitch and must strictly be only one floor, no loft. Covered decks, screened or not, must be free-standing, not attached to the RV, and cannot have a roof height greater than 3’ above the RV and cannot extend more than 2’ over the RV. Roofs built completely over an RV are not permitted. Oversized sleeping cabins and other prohibited Personal Contents built before the amended April 1, 2015 Terms & Conditions will be “Grandfathered In”. Personal Contents must have visual appeal and must be painted or finished with some form of siding. Residents who do not adhere to the above conditions will be asked to make the appropriate modifications or to remove the Personal Content from the Resort. Railway ties, fences, poured concrete pads, fireplaces and planted trees become the property of the Resort if a Guest decides to vacate their Site or are evicted from the Resort.

Power Tools & Chain Saws: Power tools and hammering will only be allowed from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm in June, July, and August. No chain saws allowed in June, July, and August other than the ones used by Resort Maintenance.

Electric Power: Seasonal sites are supplied with 30-amp or 50-amp service depending on when the sites were developed. This is the power required for RV’s and Park Models and not for additional outbuildings. In no circumstances will Management increase the power supply. To avoid Site power outages due to the breaker tripping off, Management strongly recommends that you don’t add to your outbuildings any air conditions, space heaters, electric hot water tanks, clothes washers/dryers, fridges, freezers, and other large electrical appliances. Air-condition units and space heaters are not allowed in sleeping cabins which are not insulated (Guests who are found to be non-compliant will have a yearly $400.00 penalty fee applied to their account until the infraction has been remedied). If a Site’s breaker trips off because of a power consumption overload, the Guest will be required to turn off appliances to reduce their power consumption https://www.lilacresort.com/appliance-amperage-draw-chart/. Tampering with the locks on Resort breaker panels and/or tampering with Resort breakers, electrical service connections, or other electrical utility connections is dangerous and strictly forbidden, violators will be evicted. If the Site’s breaker trips off contact the office during operating hours. After office hours contact Lilac Security.

Fridges & Freezers: Must be placed in an enclosed structure away from the direct heat of the sun. Guests who have an operating fridge or freezer outside of an enclosed structure will have a monthly $25.00 electrical fee applied to their account until the infraction has been remedied.

Patio Lights & Decorations:  Management encourages the use of solar lights. When installing patio lights, care should be taken so the trees are not harmed. Do not encircle a tree with a clothesline or wire as this chokes the tree. Use an old garden hose or bungee cord to protect the tree. When hanging up decorations, do not put nails in the trees, this causes diseases. Patio lights, nails, and other objects that can harm the trees will be removed by Management.

Thermostats & Timers: Turn off patio lights before retiring for the night. Air-condition units, heaters on thermostats and patio lights on timers should be turned off when the Guest is away. Management asks for your cooperation to conserve energy and keep electrical costs down.

Trees & Underbrush: The clearing of trees and underbrush without prior consent from Management is strictly forbidden. Non-compliance may result in a fine of up to $500.00 or eviction from the Resort. Upon Management approval, any tree that must be cut down to make room for a larger RV or other Personal Content must be replaced with the planting of another tree.

Firewood: It is very important to use local firewood throughout Manitoba to slow the spread of Dutch Elm disease. The transport of Ash firewood and all firewood out of the City of Winnipeg has been banned following the discovery of the deadly Emerald Ash Borer Beetle in the city http://woodlotmanitoba.com/wood-wise/. Burning Elm firewood or Ash firewood is not permitted in the Resort. Firewood bundles are available for purchase at the office. Cords and half cords of firewood are available from this Management approved supplier https://www.lilacresort.com/fire-wood/.  

Site Maintenance: Site beautification is encouraged. Each Guest is responsible for maintaining a neat and clean appearance of their Site. No open storage is allowed. If personal property is stored under the RV, adequate skirting must be installed. Management will remove bush trimmings and fire pit debris only. All other trimmings, weeds, etc. are the responsibility of the Resident. Management reserves the right to clean Sites and charge Guests a maintenance service fee if Sites are not weeded or kept clean of debris. The service fee for cleaning the Site will be the Resort’s hourly labor rate broken down in 15-minute increments. The Resort’s insurance policy does not allow tools or equipment to be loaned to Guests. Herbicides used to control weeds must not be applied without prior approval from Management. Car washing, oil changes, and car repairs are not allowed on Sites, on the street or elsewhere in the Resort. Tarps covering RVs or any Personal Content on the Site are not permitted unless during the storage season or for a very temporary period such as waiting for or during roof repairs.

Satellite Dishes: Under no circumstance will Management approve the cutting down of trees for a satellite dish. Do Not fasten a satellite dish to a tree. Do Not erect a satellite dish on a post along a Resort street unless permission has been granted by Management.

Guest Owned Hot Tubs: Due to a notification from the Resort’s insurance provider, as of April 1, 2020, Guest owned Hot Tubs and Electric Saunas are not allowed on the Guest’s Site and must be removed from the Resort before June 1, 2020. Hot tub rental from a third party is not allowed in the Resort.

Garbage & Recycle: All garbage must be placed in garbage bags and recyclable beverage containers must be placed in clear recycle bags (for more information on what is recyclable and what is not visit www.recycleeverywhere.ca). Garbage and recycle bags are to be deposited at designated Garbage Stations or placed at the front of the Guests Site. At Site garbage collection service is only available between the hours of 9 AM to 6 PM daily and only for the months of May to September. Do not leave garbage out at the front of your site before or after these posted hours as it may not be collected until the following morning and uncollected garbage may attract rodents or wildlife such as skunks, raccoons and bears to your Site. Please only leave medium or large garbage bags at the front of your site, no small garbage bags, no loose garbage and no loose tiny bags with dog feces. Guests who do not abide by these conditions may be subject to an additional pick-up service charge ($2.00 per bag/item). If you have fire pit debris, furniture, appliances or other large items to be trashed, notify the office and maintenance staff will assist you. If visiting the Resort during the storage season of October 15 to April 15, please bring your garbage back home with you as garbage service is not available.                                                                                                                                                     

Environment Fee Notice: A $20.00 environmental levy fee will be applied for all items containing freon. This includes fridges, freezers, air conditioners, water coolers and dehumidifiers. $15.00 of this fee will be waived if there is a sticker on the item indicating that it has been emptied by a certified technician with proper disposal. There is also an environmental levy fee of $20.00 for the recycling of mattresses, box springs, and couches that are brought to the landfill. The environmental levy fees are charged to the Lilac Resort by our garbage hauling contractor which includes their special item handling fee. For Information regarding environmental fees visit; www.motherearthrecycling.ca/recycling/mattresses/.

Alcohol: Alcohol is permitted on the Resort; however Lilac Resort is a family resort and therefore we ask all our Guests and their Visitors to drink responsibly. Drunken, disruptive, and disorderly behavior will not be tolerated at any time. In accordance with government regulations, minors under 18 years of age are not permitted to consume alcohol on the Resort. Driving any motorized vehicle under the influence of alcohol is a criminal offense in Manitoba. Guests who violate these Alcohol terms may be banned or evicted from the Resort and subsequently face charges.

Smoking: Smoking is prohibited in all buildings, event tents, play structures, sports courts, and the Water Park. Smoking is allowed at the Tiki Bar and deck where designated. Smoking will be allowed in the Water Park during scheduled evening entertainment but only in the area designated by Lilac management and staff. Smoking is allowed at outdoor Main Stage events however Lilac Resort is a family resort and therefore we ask all our Guests and their Visitors to be respectful when children are in proximity or are requested by another Guest or Visitor not to smoke in their presence. The Management of Lilac Resort believes in freedom of choice, we also believe in mutual respect.

Cannabis: Cannabis as per Manitoba Provincial Legislation is permitted provided that consumers are of the legal age of 19 and cannabis can only be consumed in a private area residence (RV, tent) which includes back yards (Site). Smoking and vaping cannabis in public places is prohibited. No smoking or vaping cannabis on the Resort streets, parks, buildings, Water Park including the Tiki Bar deck and Main Stage venue.

Video Surveillance Cameras: Located at the Resort entrance and exit gates, the office/store, throughout the water park, playground, main stage, and various public buildings and street locations. These cameras are in place for the protection of our Guests and Visitors and the prevention of theft, vandalism or other crimes.

Security Guards: Guards will be on duty and will patrol the Resort on weekends in May and September, seven days a week in June, July, and August. Security Guard shifts will begin at 8:00 pm and they will be available for assistance until the early hours of the morning. If you witness suspicious behavior or would like their assistance, please call the Security Guard office (located at the front entrance gate) at (204) 422-4054. We ask that you please respect the Security Guards, enforcing rules and regulations is not an easy job and disrespect towards them will not be tolerated. If you have a complaint regarding the Security Guards, please notify Management.

Automated External Defibrillator (AED): There are two (2) defibrillators, one Located in the Water Park on the northwest side of the Willies Snack Shack building, and one located at the back of the Main Stage on the northwest corner.

Low Noise Level: Please remember the proximity of your neighbors. Blaring radios and television sets, barking dogs, group games, leaf blowers, wind chimes, and mosquito zappers can be annoying. High levels of noises emanating from people, radios, and pets which result in complaints will be dealt with promptly. No excessive noise between the hours of 11:00 pm and 8:00 am. After 11:00 pm please keep radios and voices down. Management and/or Security Guards may at their discretion ask that radios be turned off or disperse a group gathering.

Entrance Gate: The gate opens automatically upon the detection of a vehicle except for when the gate will be operated by security from 8:00 pm to 6:00 am. Only Seasonal Guests and registered overnight guests will be allowed to enter with their vehicles after 8:00 pm and those entering must sign in with the security guard. Visitors arriving after 8:00 pm must park outside the gates (exceptions will be made for visitors with disabilities). Please Note: The security guards go on patrol and respond to emergencies, if you find there is no security guard at the gate, please wait or park outside of the gated area (DO NOT RAISE THE GATE OR HONK YOUR HORN). Visitors will not be allowed into the Resort after 11:00 pm unless prior arrangements have been made with the office or security. Early spring and fall when the Resort roads have been approved for vehicle traffic, and before and after security guards are on duty, the gate will operate automatically 24 hours daily. From October 15 to April 15 be prepared to walk in, the entrance gate will be closed.

Exit Gate: The gate opens automatically upon the detection of a vehicle. When exiting the Resort, always exit to the right by way of the eastbound service road. Do not attempt to allow a vehicle to enter the Resort by activating the exit gate.

Street Safety: No Joyriding in the Resort at any time. The speed limit throughout the Resort is 20 KM/h. This rule applies to all vehicles. Remember this is a Family Resort and there are lots of children. Please observe all Stop Signs. Stop signs are not displayed to slow traffic —they are meant to STOP traffic. Both motorists and bicyclists are expected to use caution and observe Provincial regulations. In a family park such as Lilac Resort, caution is imperative to assure maximum consideration for all persons, whether driving or walking. Driving any motorized vehicle under the influence of drugs or alcohol is a criminal offense in Manitoba. Dangerous drivers and frequent violators of the Resort speed limit may be charged and/or evicted.

ATVs/Golf Carts: In addition to the Street Safety rules the following conditions must be adhered to if intending to operate an ATV or Golf Cart within the Resort. The driver must be at least 16 yrs of age and hold a valid driver’s license. No joyriding in the Resort and the ditch or service road in front of the Resort. All ATVs/Golf Carts, if used after dusk, must be equipped with adequate lighting. ATVs (including pocket quads) must be MPI registered and licensed. From 11:00 pm to 8:00 am ATVs and gas-powered golf carts are to be parked. Driving any motorized vehicle under the influence of drugs or alcohol is a criminal offense in Manitoba. During entertainment events (excluding movie nights) at the main stage, ATV’s/Golf Carts must park outside of the marked perimeter. Repeat violators of these rules will have their ATV/Golf Cart banned from the Resort.

Dirt Bikes: Dirt bikes (including pocket dirt bikes) once started must be driven away from the Resort. No joyriding in the ditch or service road in front of the Resort. From 11:00 pm to 8:00 am Dirt Bikes are to be parked. If these rules are not adhered to, your dirt bike will be banned from the Resort.

Bicycles: Management encourages the use of bikes for fun and exercise. All bike riders must use caution and care when riding. Parents make sure your children are aware of the danger of blind corners. Make sure that they don’t rely on the stop signs; some people may not obey them. Bike riders, as well as vehicle drivers, must yield right of way to pedestrians. Bicycles must be parked in stands provided and should never block or impede or prevent easy access to the Water Park, office or washrooms.

Firecrackers & Fireworks: Firecrackers are strictly forbidden. Fireworks may be allowed for special occasions. You must have the Manager’s consent before the shooting of any fireworks. Violators of this condition risk being evicted from the Resort.

Commercialism: Guests will be provided a resort free of soliciting and other commercial advertising. Please notify the office if solicitors are in the Resort and Management will inform them of this policy. Commercial Sales Representatives will not be permitted to set up public demonstrations of commercial products without specific Management authorization. Guests may advertise items for sale on the Resort bulletin boards provided for this purpose, located in the Water Park and the washroom building located across from the office. Any advertising must be authorized at the office.

Water Park: Activity Bracelets required. Read and obey all posted signs and obey instructions given by the pool staff. Visit the Resort website to view a complete list of our water park rules or obtain a copy of the document from the Resort office.

Activities, Entertainment & Movies: Activity Bracelets required. For the entertainment calendar of events and movie night details visit the Lilac Resort website. Planned activities are under the supervision of the Lilac Resort Fun Makers team. Activities are organized for all ages and daily schedules are posted on the Resort bulletin boards and Lilac’s social media sites. Questions or suggestions regarding activities or programs should be directed to this team or at the office.

Trout Fishing: Activity Bracelets required. Catch and release only, further fishing rules and information available on the Resort website or at the office.

Amenities/Facilities: Please remember that all amenities are on a seasonal, weather dependent schedule. The entertainment, activities, pools, hot tubs, waterslides, concessions, and the convenience store are on a full schedule throughout July and August. Limited hours of operation of facilities and services are available in the spring and fall. We reserve the right to close any facility due to weather conditions, infrequent use, or for Health and Safety reasons without prior notice.

Laundry: Please observe all specifically posted instructions for equipment operations and facility care. Promptly remove your laundry so others may use the equipment. Leaving laundry in the laundry room unattended is not recommended and is at your own risk of loss or damage. Please do not dry shoes, sandals, or clothing with heavy or sharp objects in the dryers.

Selling Seasonal Agreement, RV and Personal Contents: The selling of the Seasonal Agreement to a Site with or without the RV and Personal Contents on a Site is a courtesy offered to the Guest by Management so that Guest can receive a return on their investment. The granted approval to the Guest to sell the Seasonal Agreement of their Site and their RV and Personal Contents is offered as a privilege and is not a right or condition of the Seasonal Agreement. In all incidents, Guests must receive selling approval from Management before posting their intention to sell. The selling price must be set at fair market value and if this condition is not observed, Management retains the right to withdraw the approval to sell and request the removal of all for-sale postings. Guests who make a sale but have not obtained Management’s approval risk having that sale revoked. Management will not permit the Seasonal Agreement for a Site or the RV and Personal Contents on a Site to be placed for sale if the Guest has received a Notice of Eviction or a Notice of Termination of Seasonal Agreement or if the Seasonal Rate, Municipal Taxes, and any other outstanding balance have not been paid in full. RVs and Personal Contents that are of inadequate appearance or excessive age as deemed by Management cannot be sold to remain in the Resort. To help maintain the appearance of the Resort, “FOR SALE” signs may be posted at the front of the Site or on the RV — not on the streets. Posters with the Site’s sale information may be brought to the office for posting on the Resort bulletin boards. Contact the resort office if you wish to be posted on the Lilac Resort “Seasonal For Sale” webpage.

IMPORTANT: Management retains the right to accept or refuse a sale.

Purchasing Seasonal Agreement, RV and Personal Contents: When purchasing a Seasonal Agreement to a Site and the selling Guest’s RV and Personal Contents on a Site the purchaser is buying the right to the Seasonal Agreement and the RV and Personal Contents only, not the Site. All Seasonal Sites are leased with an annual renewal. The prospective Seasonal Guest must review, understand and agree to the Resort’s Seasonal Terms & Conditions and upon approval by Management sign the Resort’s Seasonal Agreement. Please confirm with Management that the selling Guest has obtained approval to sell and that the Seasonal Rate, Municipal Taxes, and any other outstanding balance have been paid in full. The marketplace has a “let the buyer beware” principle so it is wise to review carefully before completing any transaction as delinquent Seasonal Rates, municipal taxes or any amount owing by the selling Guest to the Management will become the responsibility of the purchasing Guest.

IMPORTANT: Management retains the right to accept or refuse a purchase.