Terms of Service


Pursuant to California Civil Code Sections 799.20 et seq., a recreational vehicle may be removed from the premises without judicial hearing after service of a 72-hour notice, if the owner or occupants of said vehicle who has been in the park for 30 days or less, has either:

(1)     Failed to pay his/her occupancy in the park.

(2)   Failed to comply with the park’s rules and regulations; or

(3)   Failed to vacate on a specified date.

Local Traffic Law Enforcement Agency phone number. 760-836-3215


Coachella Lakes RV Resort (the “Resort”) has adopted the following Rules and Regulations to protect the rights and property of all parties and to ensure fairness to all tenants. All tenants, occupants, guests, and visitors must comply with these Rules and Regulations. In these Rules and Regulations, the term “Tenant” shall include any occupant, tenant, or resident, as those terms are defined in Recreational Vehicle Occupancy Law (Civ. Code § 799.20 et seq.).

Rules and Regulations

Coachella Lakes RV Resort (the “Resort”) has adopted the following Rules and Regulations to protect the rights and property of all parties and to ensure fairness to all tenants. All tenants, occupants, guests, and visitors must comply with these Rules and Regulations.

Report any concerns to Guest Services Office at 442-325-9292

RV Site Check-in is 2 pm.

Lodging Check-in is 4 pm.

Check-out time is 11 am

If available, early check-in and late check-out is $25

Any check out after 4 pm will be charged one night's room and tax. There are no refunds issued for early departures. The Resort will not issue refunds for service disruptions, inclement weather, or other circumstances that are beyond its control.

Contact Guest Services at 442-325-9292 to check late departure/early arrival availability. Extended times will be based on occupancy and availability.

Reservations- A reservation can be booked for up to 6 months at a time. At the end of each 6 month reservation, tenants are required to leave for 2 nights before returning to the Resort and move to an alternate site when they return for the next reservation.

Rates: Published rates are only guaranteed for a maximum of 6 months. Thereafter, the rates shall be at the prevailing rate. Additional reservations will be at the prevailing published rate.

Method of Payment: A method of payment is required to be on file for all reservations. For monthly reservations, the credit card on file will be charged the full amount on the due date. Payments will be set as automatic payments (autopay). Any exceptions to autopay must be approved in writing in advance by management. To change the method of payment, please contact Guest Services a minimum of 2 days prior to the due date.

Late Payment: Reservations are due on the 1st day of the billing cycle. If the reservation fee is not paid by 5:00 p.m. on the sixth (6th) day of the billing cycle, a three-day notice may be issued on the following day which may result in a legal process being instituted to remove you from the Resort.

User Credits: Any balance left on a guest’s account reflected as a “User Credit” will expire after 6 months. User credit can only be applied toward a future stay/store purchase/activity. “User credit” does not have a monetary value and cannot be redeemed for cash or be refunded to a credit card.

Site Occupancy: Only one (1) RV is permitted per site and up to two (2) passenger vehicles are permitted per site. There is a maximum occupancy limit of eight (8) persons per site. All vehicles must fit within the site and not encroach on common areas or the roads.

Speed limit/Vehicles: The speed limit in the Resort is 10 mph. This speed limit is enforced for all motorized vehicle types including cars, RVs, scooters, ATVs, golf carts, etc. Vehicle speed limits must be observed. All vehicles must have a visible parking pass. Anyone operating a motorized vehicle or golf cart must have a valid Driver’s License. Vehicles must be operated in a safe, courteous, and cautious manner at all times. Pedestrians, electric carts, and bicycles shall be granted the right-of-way. Tenants, occupants, guests, and visitors must obey all posted traffic control signs (i.e., stop signs, no parking signs, speed limit signs, etc.). The Resort may prohibit any vehicle which, in the sole discretion of Resort Management, emits excessive noise. Operating any vehicle in the Resort under the influence of drugs or alcohol is cause for immediate removal from the Resort.

Resort Personnel: Owner shall be represented by Resort Management, including a Manager, who is vested with all the legal rights and authority to enforce the Rules and Regulations on behalf of the Resort Owner. Tenant or Guests shall not threaten, harass, intimidate, verbally abuse, follow, stalk, or engage in a course of conduct towards the Resort Manager and/or Resort personnel, or any other tenant, guest, or visitor.

 Liens and Claims: Tenant shall not allow any lien claim, demand or other claim arising from any work of construction, repair, restoration, maintenance, or removal done to or regarding the RV or RV Site, to be enforced against Owner and/or recorded against the Resort property, and tenant will pay all liens, claims, and demands before any action is brought to enforce them. Tenant shall hold Resort free and harmless from all liability for all such liens, claims or demands, together with all costs and attorney’s fees.

RV Age/Requirements: RV must be 10 years or newer. For reservations longer than 30 days, RV year, make, model and license plate must be noted on reservation as well as providing proof of insurance and registration. Full restorations are allowed with prior approval. Any exceptions need to be approved in writing in advance of the stay with accompanying photos and approved by Management.

PARKING: Space permitting, only two (2) vehicles may be parked on Tenant’s RV Site. If space is inadequate for two (2) vehicles, then only one (1) vehicle is allowed. All vehicles must fit in the designated parking space. There is no overflow parking. In all cases, there shall be only one (1) vehicle per person and no more than two (2) vehicles per RV permitted in the Resort. All vehicles in the Resort must be registered and display a parking pass.

Only automobiles, pick-up trucks rated ¾ ton or less, motorcycles, and campers attached to the pick-up truck are permitted on Tenant’s RV Site. Additional vehicles or ATV/OHV must be pre-approved by Resort management.

Site Changes: Resort assigns specific sites based on availability. If a specific site is preferred, a site lock fee of $40 can be placed on the reservation. Otherwise, a site will be assigned based on the site type preference. Any moves must be approved and documented in advance of move by Guest Services. If the locked site requested is unavailable it may be necessary for Management to relocate the tenant to an equal or upgraded site. In the event of this circumstance, the lock fee will be refunded to the tenant.

 Certain items are not permitted in a RV Site in the Resort:


Window AC Units.

Cabanas, additions, permanent buildings, California rooms, garages, storage buildings.

Hot tubs, spas, and pools.

Except as otherwise provided by law, laundry lines, clotheslines, piles of

laundry and laundry bins.

Appliances, such as refrigerators, washers, dryers, etc., and indoor furniture

shall not be stored outside of the RV.

Concrete blocks, wood, metal, or other materials to form or brace structure, awnings, or other items.

No items within 1 foot of the boundary of the RV Site.

No clothes or tarps displayed or stored on RV Sites or draped on RVs.

No items that lean against the RV or any vehicle.


Dangerous Materials: Any item which creates a threat to health and safety shall not be permitted on the RV Site. No flammable, combustible, or explosive fluid, material, chemical, or substances, except those customarily used for normal household purposes which shall be properly stored within the RV and kept only in quantities reasonably necessary for normal household purposes.

Utility Pedestals: The utility pedestals (water and utility hookups) are the sole property of the Resort and must be accessible at all times. Tenant’s sewer and water connections must be watertight and airtight. If one of the Resort’s water shutoff valves is located on tenant’s RV Site, it must always be kept uncovered and accessible. Tenant shall not connect, except through existing electrical or water pipes on the RV Site, any apparatus or device for the purposes of using electric current or water. No tenant is allowed to repair the electrical pedestal.

Sewer System: No objects that resist water (including, but not limited to, facial tissue, disposable diapers, paper towels, tampons, cotton balls) may be flushed or otherwise deposited into the sewer system. Resort Owner or Management shall not be responsible for damage to any RV because of the stoppage or backing up of the sewer system due to the placement in the sewer system of any prohibited material.

RVs must be fully self-contained and must be suitable for human habitation. All monthly RVs must have a “hard sewer” connection and blocking approved by Management. Sewer hoses on long term rigs should be raised off the ground.

All Wastewater, including gray water, must be disposed of by using wastewater connections as directed by Resort Management. Use of formaldehyde-based products is prohibited. The Resort office has compliant black water treatment products available for purchase. Ground disposal of grey or black water is prohibited. Connections must be tight with a collar or donut at the sewer outlet. Tenants may not alter, connect, disconnect, or repair any Resort or utility company utility service.

Tenants are solely responsible for service connections and related problems between the outlet provided by the Resort or the utility and tenant’s unit/RV. A

sewer hose outlet elbow is required, and a water pressure regulator is strongly recommended.

WARNING: Dumping and/or spillage sewage may result in a minimum fine of $100 per occurrence.

Damage: If any portion of the exterior of the RV or its accessory equipment, structures, appliances, or the vehicle used to pull the travel trailer or fifth wheel, or the RV Site are damaged, the damage must be repaired or replaced within seven (7) days.

Maintenance Duties Re Mold: Tenant is responsible for moisture, accumulated water, and mold. Tenant shall maintain the RV Site, so water does not accumulate on the RV Site or under the RV. Tenant is responsible for mold cleanup.

Entry Upon RV Site by Management: Resort Management shall have a right of entry upon the RV Site for maintenance of utilities, for maintenance of the RV Site where the tenant fails to maintain the RV Site in accordance with the Rules and Regulations, and for the protection of the Resort at any reasonable time. Resort Management may enter a Recreational Vehicle without the prior written consent of tenant in the case of an emergency or when tenant has abandoned the Recreational Vehicle.

Renting, Subletting or Assignment: Tenant shall not sublease, rent, or assign tenant’s RV, the RV Site or any rights or interest that a tenant may have under tenant’s registration and rental agreement with the Resort.

Indemnification: Tenant and tenant’s guests acknowledge that Owner shall not be liable for any loss, damage or injury of any kind whatsoever to the person or property of any tenant, guest or invitee of any person caused by use of the Resort, Resort Facilities or RV Site, or by any defect in improvements erected thereon, or arising from any accident in the Resort, or any fire or casualty thereon, or arising from any cause whatsoever, unless resulting from the negligence or willful act of the Owner.

Resort Office and Complaints: For all life-threatening emergencies, or activity you believe to be a concern, call 9-1-1. The Resort Office telephone is for business and emergency use only. Please do not telephone or contact Resort Management after normal business hours unless there is a maintenance-related emergency.

Inspection of Premises: Tenant agrees that they have inspected and have found all improvements and facilities to be safe and in good working order. In the event that tenant finds anything not to be in safe and good working order, tenant agrees to notify the Resort immediately.

Revision of Rules: Resort Management reserves the right to add, delete, amend, or otherwise revise these Rules and Regulations at any time, and without notice.

Compliance with Law and Rules and Regulations: Tenants and their accompanied guests have the right to use the Resort only if they comply with these Rules and Regulations and the other provisions of the Resort’s residency documents. Tenant must recognize that Resort Management will not be responsible to tenant for normal, day-to-day disturbances that may result from the proximity of other tenants and people within the Resort. Any violation of these Rules and Regulations shall be deemed a public nuisance and will result in termination of the tenancy.

Quiet time: 10 pm to 8 am - All buildings including Pro Shop, Clubhouse, and Pool Areas are closed during these hours. Loud parties, excessive volume of radios, televisions, musical instruments, or any other excessive noise, will not be allowed at any time. Tenants must not disturb the quiet enjoyment of the Resort for others.

Generators: Full electric hookups are provided by the Resort; therefore, the long-term use of any generator is not permitted. Tenants can do so during daylight hours for up to 45 minutes.

Private Business/Soliciting: The Resort, its name, and/or its address must not be used for the purpose of advertisements of any kind or for the sale of merchandise. No private business may be conducted in the Resort by anyone. No door-to-door solicitations of any kind are permitted. A solicitation by one tenant without prior invitation from another tenant is prohibited by this rule. If solicited in the Resort, please contact Resort Management.

Special Rules/Facilities: Special rules pertaining to the pool, clubhouse, laundry room, and other Resort equipment and facilities are posted at these locations. These special rules constitute a part of these Rules and Regulations, and violation of them will be treated as a violation of these Rules and Regulations. Resort Management has the right to remove without notice any person from any Resort facility who is unauthorized, creates a disturbance, causes a nuisance or damage, or in any way interferes with the operation of the Resort or its facilities.

Trespassing: Resort Management has the right to prevent access to the Resort and to remove anyone other than approved tenants and visitors who Resort Management deems objectionable. Objectionable persons include (but are not limited to) persons engaged or previously engaged in criminal activity in the Resort; persons who are or have previously materially violated Resort rules or have been disruptive, cause a nuisance, threaten, harass, intimidate, verbally abuse, follow, stalk, or engage in a course of conduct towards the Resort Management or other tenants, visitors, or guests in the Resort, and/or people who were previously removed from the Resort for any reason. Resort Management reserves the right to trespass from the Resort anyone who is not an approved tenant or occupant.

Campfires/Fires/Fireworks: Fire Pits must be professionally designed for the intended purpose, must be raised off the ground, not exceed 36 inches in diameter and must have a screened cover. Man-made firepits are prohibited. The Resort retains absolute discretion as to whether a fire pit is permissible and, upon demand by the Resort, a fire pit must be removed. See Guest Services for current information on fire restrictions. “No burn” days or other burning restrictions must be observed. Fireworks are prohibited. Lighting of any fireworks in the Resort is prohibited and will result in immediate removal.

Firearms: The use or display of firearms is expressly forbidden.

Pool, Spas and Splash Pad Area: Hours are 8am-10pm. The Resort reserves the right to close the pool area for maintenance, training, weather and/or other purposes. Rules regarding use of the swimming pool area are posted in the pool area and must be observed.

-         Glassware, food, and pets are not allowed in the pool area. Service or assistive animals may enter the pool area but must be attended to by their owner.

-         Music Speakers are prohibited at the pool.

-         All use of the pool area is at the user’s own risk. The Resort assumes no responsibility or liability for physical problems or personal injury connected with the use of the pool. It is strongly recommended that no person use the swimming pool unless accompanied by at least one other person.

-         All tenants, visitors and guests must wear a swimsuit in the pool. Street clothes are not permitted in the pool and spas. Nudity is strictly prohibited at the pool area and in all Resort common areas.

-         Swimmers may not use any objects in the pool that may leave rust stains or damage the filter pumps. No running, horseplay, or unsafe activity of any kind is allowed in or around the pools. Jumping or diving into the pool is prohibited.

-         Each tenant, visitor and guest using the pool must respect the rights of others. Any person who is a substantial nuisance to tenants, visitors and guests using the pool may be required to leave the pool area.


-         No one should ever swim alone.

-         Inexperienced swimmers must be accompanied by experienced swimmers while using the pools, spas, or splash pad.

-         Children must attend at all times while using the pools, spas, and splashpad.

-          Resort Management reserves the right to revoke permission to use the pool area for non-compliance with these pool rules.

Pets/Animals: A maximum of 3 pets per site are permitted and must be noted on each reservation. Noisy or aggressive pets are not allowed in the Resort. Barking, growling, snarling, crying, howling, and such other noises that disturb others are cause for revoking permission to keep a pet. Aggressive or vicious behavior is cause for revoking permission to keep a pet.

When outside of the RV or other unit, pets must be on a six foot or less leash. A small temporary enclosure (not to exceed 4ft x 8ft x 48inches high) on each site is allowed so long as the pet(s) is attended. Pets may not be left unattended on the site or anywhere in the Resort. Tethering a pet to common area or on RV site is not allowed. Pets are not allowed to enter any occupied or vacant sites.

Pet waste receptacles are located throughout the Resort. Pet waste must immediately be cleaned up and properly disposed of.

Only service animals and assistive animals are allowed in the Resort Clubhouse, Pro Shop, Laundry, and Bathhouse buildings.

Tenants must have proof of their pet’s vaccinations available. Each tenant must comply with all applicable state, city, and county requirements with respect to licensing, vaccinations, and leash laws.

Feeding and/or watering of stray and/or wild animals, including but not limited to cats, is prohibited. Breeding animals is prohibited. Exceptions to these pet restrictions will be made pursuant to the ADA and fair housing laws.

Dog Park: The enclosed dog park is open during daylight hours. All posted policies must be adhered to when using the dog park.

Trash: Place all garbage in designated dumpsters. The locations are indicated on the resort map. All trash must be bagged and tied/sealed before being placed in the dumpster. All boxes must be broken down. Tenants may not dispose of business or commercial trash in the Resort. Do not enter any garbage containers to remove any refuse. Dumping large items such as furniture, mattresses, appliances, large landscape trimmings, etc. is prohibited. Items may not be placed in/or next to the Resort dumpsters. Tenants will be charged a removal and disposal fee for large items left in the dumpster or surrounding area.

Site Tidiness/Modifications: Sites must be kept in an orderly and tidy fashion. The site, RV, and any items thereon must reflect a clean, attractive, and well-kept appearance. Bicycles, scooters, other personal transportation devices as well as toys must be neatly organized. Sleeping tents, clotheslines, vehicle washing, and maintenance/repairs to any items are not allowed. No personal property accumulation is permitted around the unit. Personal property includes but is not limited to, overstuffed or indoor-type furniture, appliances, ironing boards, brooms, mops, tools, toys, gardening equipment, debris, refuse/trash, firewood, shelving, tarps, or other such items that are unsightly. Sites must be kept clean and maintained free of oil drippings, grease, other debris, and kept in good condition. Aluminum foil, cardboard, plywood, or similar materials are not permitted in the windows or doors of the RV or glamping units.

Digging, modifying, or altering a site is prohibited without prior written approval of Resort Management. If approval is received, any work performed must be consistent with what was approved and in compliance with all applicable laws and codes.

Storage: Two (2) 27gal plastic storage totes may be used to store items underneath an RV. Open storage of anything beneath, behind, or on the outside of the RV is prohibited. This includes, but is not limited to; tires, trunks, wood, pipe, bottles, tools, mops, ladders, paint cans, or any other item which is unsightly in appearance. Only one (1) outdoor patio table with up to six (6) chairs, approved for use by Resort Management is permitted. Outdoor grills must be in good condition and well maintained.

Sunshades, Windscreen, Privacy Screens, Awnings, and Pop Ups: Require Resort Management prior written approval and must conform to all ordinances. All anchors must be removed upon vacating the RV Site. Pop-up canopies or Clam Tent must be taken down when not in use and never used as storage. Other tents are not allowed. Roll-up aluminum wind screens or privacy enclosures are not to be used for storage of any items not otherwise permitted outside the RV. Awnings must be retracted if tenant is off-property or away from the RV.

Flags and Flagpoles: Tenants may only display one United States of America Flag and/or one State or Country Flag. Flags shall not exceed thirty-six inches by sixty inches. No permanent flagpoles are permitted. All other signs, flags, banners and the like are prohibited.

Exterior Lighting: Any light bulb used on the exterior of an RV may only be a maximum of sixty watts or LED 6-8 and must be aimed only at portions of the RV Site. Decorations and/or lights used on the outside of the RV must be UL approved and are subject to Resort Management’s prior approval. Any outside lights on a rig must be turned off during quiet hours.

Repairs: Repairs to RVs and vehicles must be approved in advance in writing by the Resort Manager. Washing an RV or vehicle within the Resort is not permitted.

Electrical Use: Tenants are responsible for understanding amperage requirements of the RV. Amp usage over the provided outlet’s capacity can trip breakers and is hazardous. Please notify Resort Management of any electrical issues. Tenants are not permitted to diagnose, repair, or alter electrical pedestals. 

EV Charging: Pedestals are not individually metered. If you require a place to charge your electrical vehicle, please see Guest Services for an additional site reservation for charging electrical vehicles. Nightly site rate charges will apply.

Satellites/Solar Panels: Satellites and solar panels are permitted if contained within the RV Site.

Lakes: Swimming is not permitted in any Resort lake. For safety purposes, children and inexperienced swimmers should be accompanied by an experienced swimmer when near any Resort lake. Pets are not allowed in any Resort lake.

Visitors: visitors and guests of tenants must check-in at the Guest Services Office and obtain the required parking pass. The number of guests may not exceed six (6) people per site at any time. No guest may stay more than fourteen (14) consecutive days with a limit of four (4) weeks in a calendar year. Visitors and guests are the responsibility of the tenants, and each visitor or guest shall be subject to all Resort Rules and Regulations. Guests and visitors using the Resort facilities must be accompanied by a registered tenant.

Mail Service/Notices: The Resort offers limited mail service. Acceptable deliveries include non-perishable packages delivered to the Resort via USPS, UPS, and FedEx. Packages over 3’x3’x3’, heavier than 30lbs will be refused and returned to the sender. If a tenant needs special accommodation, please contact Guest Services, or obtain mail service at The UPS Store or USPS in the City of Coachella. The Resort will not notify tenants that a package/letter has arrived. It is up to the tenant to check for delivered mail. Anything left unclaimed after 30 days will be returned to the sender. It is strongly advised not to forward mail to the Resort as it is a business address and not residential. The Resort requests that mail is picked up within 48 hours of delivery. Mail is available for pickup Monday-Saturday 9am to 5pm. Notices from the Resort to tenants will be served at the address the tenant provides upon registration and/or by hand delivery. If a tenant desires to use a different address for the delivery of notices, the tenant must advise Resort Management in writing.

Delivery Address

Name on reservation and site number

44-790 Dillon Road

Coachella, CA 92236

General Conduct: Tenants are responsible for their conduct and for that of their guests, visitors, occupants, and invitees. Offensive or inappropriate conduct towards anyone, and/or harassment of anyone, including but not limited to other tenants, guests, occupants, visitors, Resort Management, and/or employees will not be tolerated and is grounds for removal. Tenants, their occupants, guests, and visitors must not interfere with the management or operation of the Resort. For the safety of the tenants, the Resort does not allow horseplay or loud disruptive noise. Toy weapons, specifically gel guns and air soft guns are not permitted at the Resort.

Substantial Annoyance: Tenant agrees that conduct which constitutes a substantial annoyance to other Resort tenants within the meaning of Civil Code § 799.70(c), shall include, but not necessarily be limited to:

Frequent arguments at tenant’s RV Site (neighbor to neighbor disputes, domestic disputes, domestic violence, etc.).

Any profanity, terrorist threats, or racial or ethnic insults made to anyone at the Resort, including Resort Management, employees, tenants, occupants, guests, or visitors.

Brandishing of any weapon or discharge of any explosive device, including fireworks, or discharge of any gun including compressed air guns and “BB” guns within the Resort, whether intentional or accidental.

Frequent late night and early morning gatherings at tenant’s RV site and or loitering at other sites or amenities within the Resort

The failure of tenant pet owners to monitor and control their pet’s conduct.

Law enforcement called to the RV Site for any reason, including domestic violence, drugs, prostitution, or any other reason deemed an annoyance.

Disturbing the peace in an unreasonably loud or disruptive manner outside the RV or anywhere in the Resort.

Excessive consumption of alcohol or other intoxicants or drunken or disorderly behavior whether at tenant’s RV site or other area within the Resort.

Unsafe driving within the Resort including driving at an unsafe speed, failure to stop or yield, endangerment to pedestrians, children, or pets.

Loud motor vehicle noises including modified muffler systems, car stereos or motorcycles.

Frequent improper parking.

Inviting or harboring former tenants or visitors or guests who have been removed, or who moved out after having been served with eviction notices.

Modesty clause: The resort requires proper clothing to be worn in all public areas as well as group gathering areas (store, clubhouse, laundry rooms, pickleball courts).  See-through clothing or clothing that does not cover all private parts of the body are prohibited.

Smoking: Smoking or vaping of any substance is not permitted in and around the clubhouse, restrooms, showers houses, or pool, or within twenty (20) feet of all common areas. The Resort prohibits the possession, use, or sale of illegal drugs or substances in the Resort. It is cause for immediate removal from the Resort.

Renting, Subletting or Assignment: Tenant shall not sublease, rent, or assign tenant’s RV, the RV Site, any rights or interest that a tenant may have under tenant’s registration and rental agreement with the Resort.

Vacation Rental Policies

All vacation rental tenants must comply with the Resort Rules and Regulations.

Check-in: Vacation rentals are inspected prior to arrival. If there is any damage or maintenance issues that are unnoted on the vacation rental inspection report, please notify Guest Services immediately. The tenant agrees to pay for damages to the property, appliances, furniture, or missing inventory, including, but not limited to: lost keys, broken or lost remote controls, discharged fire extinguishers (if not used to extinguish a fire), writing on walls or bedding, and ripped or torn linens.

Lost Key(s): A $30 fee will apply to any lost or damaged keys or key tag.

Check-out: A Check-Out Checklist is located in each vacation rental. Please follow the Check-Out procedures. At departure, the vacation rental is to be left in a reasonably clean condition.  Additional fees may be added to tenant's invoice for items not completed on the checklist.

Cleaning fee: All vacation rental reservations 30 days or more require a non-refundable $250 cleaning fee.

Pets: Pets, other than dogs, are not permitted in vacation rentals.  Dogs are only permitted in dog-friendly vacation rentals. A $250 cleaning fee will be applied to the tenant's invoice if a pet is taken into any vacation rental or a dog into a non-dog friendly vacation rental. Dog-friendly vacation rentals; dogs must be listed on the reservation and require an additional $75 non-refundable fee per dog (2 pet maximum). Cats are not permitted in vacation rentals. Exceptions are made for service or assistive animals.

No Smoking: Smoking is not permitted in vacation rentals. A $250 cleaning fee will be charged if there is any indication of smoking in a vacation rental, including smoking odors. Additionally, the rental agreement may be terminated.

Site Occupancy: One vehicle per vacation rental site is permitted. An additional vehicle or ATV/OHV may be arranged through the Guest Services Office and may require an additional fee. U-Hauls, enclosed trailers, and RVs are not permitted to be parked at site. Occupancy is limited to the number listed on the reservation.

Deposits: Vacation rental reservations 30 days or more require a $250 deposit. Within 48 hours of check-out, an inventory list will be provided and any items missing or damaged, beyond ordinary wear and tear, will be subtracted from the deposit. 

Waiver and Release of Liability

This Waiver and Release of Liability is between Coachella Lakes RV Resort (hereinafter “Resort”), the tenants of the Resort and the tenants minor child/children (less than 18 years of age), and/or Guests (hereinafter collectively referred to as “Participant”). 

The Participant agrees that use of the Resort’s recreational facilities, accommodations, equipment, and property (hereinafter “Activity”), is a nonessential matter of personal improvement or enjoyment and naturally involves the risk of injury to the Participant, whether caused by the Participant or someone else. 

The Participant’s participation in the Activity shall be at the sole risk of the Participant.  Accordingly, as consideration to participate in the Activity and in consideration of the risk of injury involved in using the Resort’s facilities, the Participant knowingly and voluntarily enters into this waiver and release of liability and hereby agrees, to the fullest extent provided by law, on behalf of himself or herself, and on behalf of his or her spouse, heirs, assigns, executors, administrators, personal and legal representatives to:

(i)                 Release, waive, and hold harmless the Resort, its subsidiaries and affiliates, and all of its former and present owners, partners, officers, directors, agents, representatives, managers, employees and attorneys, and each and all of the owners’ heirs, successors, executors, administrators and assignees (hereinafter collectively the “Released Parties”) from any and all rights, claims for injuries, damages or causes of action the Participant or someone acting on behalf of the Participant might otherwise have, or be entitled to assert, as a result of or related to, participation in the Activity by the Participant and his or her guests.  This includes but is not limited to rights, claims or causes of action for physical, psychological or mental injury, including, without being limited to, illness, paralysis, death, damages, economical or emotional loss. 

(ii)                Indemnify, hold harmless and defend the Released Parties against any and all claims, suits, and causes of action, whatsoever, for liability, damages, compensation or otherwise brought by or on behalf of the Participant, the Participant’s guests, or other third parties.  This includes attorney’s fees and any related costs if litigation arises pursuant to any claims resulting from the Participants’ or his or her guests’ participation in the Activity.  If the Released Parties incurs any of these types of expenses, the Participant agrees to indemnify and reimburse the Released Parties.

The Participant acknowledges that the Activity may involve a test of a person’s physical and mental limits and may carry with it potential for death, serious injury, and property loss.  The risks may be dependent upon many things, including the condition of the facilities, the equipment, the temperature, lack of hydration, condition of participants, and the actions and negligence of others.

As such, the Participant understands the risks associated with the Activity to himself or herself and voluntarily engages in the Activity at the sole risk of the Participant.  ALL GUESTS MUST BE ACCOMPANIED by Resident at all times consistent with Resort’s Terms and Conditions, until changed otherwise.

Such risks may include, without being limited to, physical, psychological, or mental injury, pain, suffering, illness, disfigurement, temporary or permanent disability (including paralysis), economic or emotional loss, and death.  The Participant understands that these injuries or outcomes may arise from the Participant’s or others’ negligence or the conditions of the Resort’s recreational facilities.  Nonetheless, the Participant assumes ALL RISK OF INJURY, both known and unknown to the Participant relating to the Participant’s participation in the Activity.  The Participant assumes all risk of damage to personal property owned by the Participant or others that may result from the Participant’s participation in the Activity. 

The Participant authorizes the Released Parties’ personnel to call medical care for the Participant, and to transport the same to a medical facility or hospital if, in the sole opinion of such personnel, medical attention is needed for the Participant.  In the event the Participant should require medical care or treatment, the Participant agrees to be financially responsible for any costs incurred as a result of such treatment.  The Participant is aware and understands that the Participant should carry his or her own health insurance.

The Participant acknowledges that he or she has carefully read this “waiver and release” and fully understands that it is a release of liability.  The Participant expressly agrees to release and discharge the Released Parties from any claims of action, suits, damages or liability whatsoever.  The Participant agrees to voluntarily give up and waive any right that the Participant or a third party on behalf of the Participant otherwise has against the Released Parties for personal injury or property damage to the Participant or on behalf of his or her guests.

Participant understands that nothing in this agreement will be construed as a waiver of claims based on the gross negligence or willful acts of the Resort.  The Participant hereby waives any and all rights which the Participant may have under the provisions of Section 1542 of the Civil Code of the State of California, which section reads as follows:

“A general release does not extend to claims that the creditor or releasing party does not know or suspect to exist in his or her favor at the time of executing the release and that, if known by him or her, would have materially affected his or her settlement with the debtor or released party.”

If any damage to equipment or facilities occurs as a result of the Participant’s willful actions, neglect, or recklessness, the Participant acknowledges and agrees to be held liable for any and all costs associated with such actions, whether willful, neglectful, or reckless.

This agreement was entered into at arm’s length, without duress or coercion, and is to be interpreted as an agreement between two parties of equal bargaining strength. 

In the event that any provision contained within this release of liability shall be deemed to be severable or invalid, or if any term, condition, phrase or portion of this agreement shall be determined to be unlawful or otherwise unenforceable, the remainder of this agreement shall remain in full force and effect. The Participant agrees to abide by all Resort rules and regulations applicable to the Resort’s recreational facilities and participation in the Activity.  The Participant agrees that the Participant shall not use the facilities unless he or she has first signed their own “waiver and release of liability” agreement with the Resort and provided it to the Resort before participating in the Activity. 

If the Participant is a minor (less than 18 years of age), the minor’s custodial parent or legal guardian hereby represents and warrants that he or she is the legal guardian or custodial parent of the minor, and agrees on his or her behalf, and on behalf of the minor to the terms and conditions of the foregoing agreement.  The minor(s) custodial parent or legal guardian accepts responsibility for the minor(s) medical expenses incurred as a result of, and in connection with, the minor(s) participation in the Activity.  This release shall be irrevocable and binding on all parties.  CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 18 SHALL NOT USE POOL WITHOUT AN ADULT TENANT IN ATTENDANCE

On behalf of each person in my party, I grant CRR, its affiliated entities, and promotional partners the right to include any photographic, video, or other visual portrayals of each person in my party in any medium.

The undersigned affirms that the undersigned is of the age of eighteen (18) years or older.  The undersigned certifies that he or she has read this agreement, that he or she fully understands its content and that this release cannot be modified verbally.  The undersigned is aware that this is a release of liability and a contract and that the undersigned has knowingly and voluntarily signed of his or her free will.