Bring the teenagers!
Strawberry Park is proud to be one of the few campgrounds where your teenagers still want to come camping with mom and dad. We offer many activities just for the teenagers, including teen dances, teen softball and volleyball, teen pool basketball, teen pool volleyball, as well as teen/adult washer toss, a game of skill. In addition, the arcade is fully stocked with a variety of video games and billiards. While Strawberry Park welcomes the entire family, it is imperative that parents and teens be fully aware of the campground rules that concern teenagers and children.
All children and teenagers are required to be on site by 11PM. Any teenager out after 11PM must be accompanied by a parent. Children or teenagers out after 11PM will be escorted back to their sites by security, with parents notified. Know where your kids are! If you allow them to sleep in separate quarters (a tent), be sure they are in it after hours. If your teens tell you they are sleeping over a friend’s site, make sure that friend has not told their parents the opposite story. Teenagers discovered off sites at the wee hours will be treated with the assumption that they are doing something that they should not be doing. Do not leave your children or teenagers unattended without adult supervision in the Park.
All bikes must be ridden safely, and returned to site by dark. See our bike rules–please wear your helmet. Due to insurance constraints, skateboards are not permitted. PLEASE LEAVE YOUR SKATEBOARD AT HOME.
Strawberry Park will not permit profane language to be used at activities or in any public areas, such as the arcade. These areas are frequented by all ages of campers, and they should not be subjected to foul language. Violators will be asked to leave.
In accordance with Connecticut state law, it is illegal for anyone under 18 to purchase, receive or distribute tobacco, including cigarettes. Therefore, Strawberry Park does not allow those under 18 to smoke in any public areas. In addition, it is not allowed at any teen events, even if the person attending that activity is 18-20. If you choose to allow your teenage children to smoke at your campsite, that is your prerogative. However, if your teenager is providing cigarettes to other minor campers, they will be dealt with severely.
Behaviors that may seem like pranks or minor offenses in the eyes of your teens are seen much differently by the campers adversely affected by these actions. Strawberry Park will not hesitate to involve the proper authorities in situations where aggressive behavior is involved, illicit activities are conducted, or where the reputation of the campground is tarnished.
You are responsible for the behavior of your children and teenagers. Strawberry Park will not hesitate to evict any child or teenager behaving in a manner detrimental to the Park, with no refund or credit. Make your children aware of our rules and curfews, and help us enforce them.
We look forward to providing you with a wonderful camping experience for the entire family.
Have a great stay-and allow everyone else the same