Cabri Regional Park Rules & Guidelines

We hope you have an enjoyable and safe visit. Please take a few moments to familiarize yourself with our Park Rules as well as some general information. You can download a PDF version of this information here.

General Park Information

  • A Regional Park pass is required for all park patrons

  • Campers must register at the park office before camping. You must be 19 years of age to rent a campsite. Check out time is 11 a.m.

  • Quiet time for the entire park is Midnight – 8 a.m. Speed limit in the park is 10 km throughout the park.

  • We do not allow unauthorized vehicle: side-by-sides, dirt bikes, golf carts, ATVs or other similar recreational vehicles

  • Swimming is at your own risk. There is no lifeguard on duty at any time

  • Parking is only allowed in designated areas. We do not permit parking on the grass, in the roadways or in campsites

  • Fireworks and firecrackers allowed with permission

  • It is illegal to have cannabis or open alcohol in your possession in any public area of the park (beach, walking paths, etc). Cannabis or alcohol consumption is restricted to registered campsites only


In order for Cabri Regional Park to remain a pet-friendly park, we require the strict cooperation of all dog owners.

  • Dogs are not allowed on the beach

  • Dogs must be on a leash and under control at all times

  • Within the campsites, dogs must be tethered and the tether must not allow the dog access to the neighboring campsites or public areas

  • Dog owners must clean up their dog’s waste immediately anywhere within the park’s boundaries. Please use bio-degradable waste disposal bags

  • Excessive barking cannot be tolerated

Boats and Marina

  • Please pay your boat launch fees at the park office

  • Please remove your boat trailer promptly to the designated areas

  • Do not tow tubes or water skiers into the marina area

  • Please observe the “no wake” of 10km when entering the beach area and marina

  • All boat docks in the marina are private. We do not have any docks available to the general public o If you leave your boat at a private dock, we will ask you to move it. If we are unable to locate you, we will move your boat for you. In this event, neither the manager nor park authority accepts any responsibility or liability to any damage which may occur to your property

  • Seasonal dock owners are required to have their names clearly displayed on their dock. They must maintain their dock and keep the area around their dock clean and the grass cut


  • You are responsible for your guests, their behaviour and any activities that take place at your site regardless if you are present or not

  • You must use a sewer connector adaptor to the sewer lines. These are available from the park manager

  • You may not park your vehicle, boat or boat trailer in your campsite

  • You are allowed to drive your vehicle on the grass to your site for the purpose of loading or unloading your vehicle. Please limit your loading or unloading time to no more than ½ an hour

  • Outside of your trailer, we only permit environmentally friendly mats which allow grass to grow

  • Tents – Please move them periodically to allow grass to grow

  • Please keep your site clean. Place your recyclables in the designating containers

  • For everyone’s safety, please do not bring glass beer bottles into the park

  • Health regulations do not allow grey water to run into trees or onto park property


  • We provide 30 amp service only

  • If you have extra appliance such as a fridge or freezer you must plug these directly into your own trailer. If the appliances are outside they must be locked, placed off the ground and meet with manager’s approval

  • Please do not leave the air conditioner running if you are not in your trailer. If you leave the park with your air conditioner running, it may be necessary for the park manager to disconnect your trailer from the power source


  • You may provide your own firewood or purchase firewood from the park manager. We do not allow the cutting of trees, shrubs or any park property for this purpose

  • Please do not place garbage in the fire rings

  • Please do not move the fire rings. If you must do so, contact the park manager for assistance o All fires must be extinguished before retiring or vacating your campsite

  • Campfires are not allowed at unregistered sites

  • Children must be supervised at all times around the campfires

Seasonal Campers

  • Please notify the manager of your expected arrival and departure dates

  • You are responsible for the upkeep of your site. You must keep the grass cut and weeds removed. If you plan to be away from your site for an extended length of time and are unable to maintain your property, please make other arrangements or contact the manager for assistance

If you have any questions or concerns about our policies, please feel free to contact the managers or any member of the Cabri Regional Park authority. The Cabri Regional Park managers have the vested authority to enforce all rules as stated. The managers have the right to decide the appropriate measures to take in any given situation. A PDF version of these guidelines is available to download here.