2018-2019 WEEKEND RATES — FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY
*VIOLATIONS MAY RESULT IN A FINE*
If a guest violates Calusa rules or regulations, commits an act of vandalism, rowdiness, or disorderly conduct, uses foul language, or fails to obey instructions of the Security or office staff, he or she may be ordered by the office personnel, Property Manager or Security Staff to immediately leave Calusa Campground property.
Violations of the rules may not be tolerated, and further action may be taken to enforce the rules against the Owner who is responsible for the violator and the person violating the rules.
If any such person refuses to leave the Condominium Property, they shall be considered trespassers upon the property and Security may call the Monroe County Sheriff's Office for assistance. Any person ordered to leave Calusa Campground property may not be permitted to re-enter the property for a minimum of one (1) year and may be subject to being banned from entering Calusa for a longer period of time through and including indefinitely.
Persons shall not trespass on unit lots. A trespasser is any person who willfully enters or remains in or on any structure, conveyance or land without written authorization on file in the Calusa Campground office, licensed or invited to do so by the Owner.
Persons without specific destinations, or sightseers, will not be admitted to the park. Calusa is a gated community and entrance is restricted and supervised.
The Association reserves the right to eject a guest and contact law enforcement for assistance in ejecting him or her immediately.