Having a campfire is one of the joys of summer nights at the lake. There are a few rules regarding campfires. Below are the CLPOA Rules and Regs verbiage pertaining to open fires.
J. Open Fires: (1) Campfires. Property owners shall not burn leaves, twigs, branches, or grass clippings on any place on their lot(s) outside their dwelling, except if in the actual process of cooking food in a barbecue or over a “campfire.”(Note: the intent of the previous statement is that your campfire is mainly just firewood/logs. Burning the other items mentioned will cause unnecessary smoke) At no time shall open fires be left unattended by a responsible adult. Property owners shall have sufficient equipment and materials readily available to quickly extinguish any “campfire.” Persons violating this Rule 35(J)(1) shall be subject to a penalty of $100.00.
(2) Burning of Other Materials. Persons burning other materials, especially construction debris, shall be subject to an enforcement assessment not less than $250 at the discretion of the Property Manager.