(A)   Every campground shall contain at least 12 spaces.
   (B)   Parking spaces sufficient to accommodate at least one motor and camping vehicle shall be constructed within each space. No more than one camping vehicle may be parked on any space.
   (C)   No camping vehicle shall be placed within a minimum of 25 feet from a public street right-of-way.
   (D)   All spaces shall be located on sites with elevations that are not susceptible to flooding (elevation 13 feet above sea level). The spaces shall be graded to prevent any water from ponding or accumulating within the campground. Each space shall be properly graded to obtain a reasonably flat site and to provide adequate drainage away from the space.
   (E)   The park shall have all-weather roads that directly abut the front or rear of travel trailer. All road rights-of-way shall have a minimum width of 20 feet. Rights-of-way for one-way roads may have a minimum width of 12 feet. In areas of heavy vehicle use wider rights-of-way shall be required.
   (F)   No space shall have direct vehicular access to a public road.
   (G)   The park shall be developed with proper drainage ditches. All banks shall be sloped three on one and seeded.
   (H)   Cul-de-sacs or dead end roads shall not exceed a 100-foot radius.
   (I)   Each space shall be designated on the ground by permanent markers per town standard.
   (J)   There shall be a minimum of 2,100 square feet per travel trailer space.
   (K)   The campground shall have a gross land area of a minimum of two and one-half acres.
   (L)   A buffer strip shall be provided along the exterior of each campground.
   (M)   When the campground has more than one direct access to a public road, they shall not be less than 300 feet apart or closer than 300 feet to a public road intersection unless site conditions demand otherwise by the state, county, or the town’s Planning Board.
   (N)   Each campground shall have a central structure or structures that will provide separate toilet facilities for both sexes. This structure may also contain coin operated machines for the park resident’s use only, provided there is no exterior advertising. Vending machines may also be permitted in a sheltered area unless otherwise noted by the town’s Planning Board.
   (O)   No swimming pool or bathing area shall be installed, altered, improved, or used without compliance with applicable regulations. No bathing area shall be used without the approval of the County Health Department.
   (P)   Signs for identification of parks shall not exceed four feet by eight feet at the entrance to the park.
   (Q)   All spaces developed adjacent to a public road shall be set back a minimum of 25 feet from the right-of-way line.
   (R)   The campground/park shall be well lighted from sunset to sunrise. There shall be a minimum of one light per three spaces. Lights shall be mounted on 30-foot poles, and not less than 175 watts, mercury vapor or its equivalent.
   (S)   Where electrical service is used, the installation and use of such facilities shall conform with all applicable codes. Such facilities shall be inspected by the county’s Electrical Inspector.
   (T)   (1)   Each park shall provide recreation areas to serve the needs of the anticipated users, a minimum of one-half acre of level well drained ground for every 12 spaces shall be utilized as a recreation area.
      (2)   The park owner is responsible for the development and maintenance of the recreation areas.
   (U)   It shall be unlawful for a person to park or store a mobile home in a campground.
   (V)   At no time shall a travel trailer, dependent trailer, tent, or motor home occupy any space in a campground for a period longer than four months within a year.
   (W)   No camper space shall be used as permanent place of abode. Any action toward removal of wheels of a camper except for temporary purposes of repair is hereby prohibited.
   (X)   Junked or wrecked vehicles are prohibited in campgrounds.
(Ord. passed 8-14-1995)  Penalty, see § 156.99