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*** Watch for New Website ***

A new website is being created for Dogwood Lake Campground and it is scheduled to be launched by the time we hold our next annual meeting, August 16, 2014. The domain name/website address will be www.dogwoodlake.net  and it will provide many of the features contained here as well as some new ones.

This current website may expire prior to the new one being published, so please be patient if that void occurs.

Board Elections

In the annual meeting held August 16, 2014, three Board members were elected. Following are members of the new Board with their respective positions noted:

* Sandy Kilroy - President
* Pam Lehnhoff - Vice President
* Sue Ochs - Secretary
* Sue Scott - Treasurer
* Nancy Beeson - Environmental Committee
* Jeff Wappelhorst - Park Maintenance
* John Ochs - Lake Committee

Thefts or Vandalism

If you experience vandalism, or theft of property, contact the Warren County Sheriff's Department immediately at 636-456-7088 and file a report. You should provide as much information as possible regarding when the offense may have taken place, suspicious people/vehicles you may have observed, etc. Additionally, provide this same information to a Board member, or via the "Contact Webmaster" selection on the left side menu bar of this website.

The Sheriff's department has immediate access to the campground and will be patrolling it regularly; however, it is in the best interests of every lot owner to be constantly observant and to report any suspicious activity.

Monthly Board Meetings

Monthly Board meetings are held in the clubhouse the first Sunday of each month, and all lot owners are welcome to attend.

IMPORTANT - Revision to Guest Policy

As the result of an Association vote, a significant revision has been made to the Guest Policy of Dogwood Lake Campground. Please click "Policies" on the left hand menu panel to see the latest revision.

Thanks to Volunteers

Without the help from volunteers, maintenance of the campground would cost much more and would most likely result in higher annual assessments. In the coming year, there are a number of projects slated to be accomplished. The Board of Directors will provide notification describing these projects, and a schedule of when the work is planned to to be done.  We will be needing help from volunteers, and will describe the skills desired for each task.

Notice Regarding Warren County Regulations

Every Dogwood Lake Campground lot owner, and potential lot owner, should read the document, "Guide to Warren County Regulations" located in the Policies section of our website. Warren County officials visit our campground frequently and when a violation of these environmental and zoning regulations is observed, the lot owner can be cited and fined. Additional information is available at the Warren County website.