Guests' & Renter's Guidelines/Rules
No littering, please take all your trash with you when you leave. Discarding anything on the Trout Run property, lots or common areas (including roads) will not be tolerated. Please, do not throw cigarette butts on the ground; they are not biodegradable and cause a fire hazard.
Only ATVs and/or motorized vehicles allowed are those registered with the Trout Run POA and assigned an identification plate and belonging to owners of Trout Run Lots. All others will be considered trespassing and will be dealt with by the Patrick County Sheriff’s office. Riders of 90 cc or above vehicles must be 16 years of age or older (70-90 cc must be at least 12 years of age). Riding is only permitted on your own property or on roads and in approved areas of the common areas. Helmets must be worn. No unsafe driving, creating ruts, or doing “donuts” will be tolerated.
The speed limit of all vehicles on all Trout Run roads should be kept to a maximum of 20 miles an hour due to an inability to stop safely at higher speeds on gravel. “Drive on the right side of the road.”
Noise; please use common sense and common courtesy with regards to noise. No loud noises after 10 p.m.
Walking trails are to be used for walking only. The only exception is persons confined to wheelchairs if the terrain is not too rough.
Pets should be kept on a leash or in a cage. If the pet is not caged or on a leash, then the pet must be attended to by a responsible person at all times. All pets belonging to guests or renters must be restricted to the property or maintained on a leash.
Fires; No fires are permitted except in a designated area. They must be totally extinguished before leaving them.
Fire Arms are not allowed. Discharge of firearms for target practice or any other reason will not be allowed. No fireworks.
Hunting or trapping is not be allowed on common properties or where otherwise posted.
Trespassing - DO NOT trespass on anyone’s property without an invitation.
No Drugs or any illegal substances or activities on Trout Run properties.
Medical Emergency: Not all cell phones work in this area. You should make a test call to see if your cell phone will work. If it does not and you have a medical emergency, go to the nearest landline phone and dial 911 this will go to the Patrick County Rescue Squad.
Violation of these rules may result in your being asked to leave. If you are asked to identify yourself please do so and remember we are looking out for your safety and well-being. The Trout Run POA is not responsible for adults and/or minors using the common areas or facilities. Property Owners are financially responsible for their family members and guests. Any persons, other than those specified, using the facilities of Trout Run will be considered trespassers and may be subject to prosecution.