Rules and Policies
The number one rule at Lone Star Resort is to relax and have a great time! Isn’t that really what it’s all about? You’ll soon find that the people here are some of the nicest you will ever meet. We treat each other like family, and it doesn’t take long for “our family” to get newcomers involved. In fact, our members go out of their way to make newcomers feel welcome and right at home.
Of course, when you check in you’ll have forms to fill out and rules to sign - just as you would at any other resort. Basically, they are about safety, good behavior, and common sense. In a nutshell, we want and expect the same type of behavior you would observe at a state park or campground. About the only difference there is between being at a state park and Lone Star Resort is that you must carry a towel with you. Always remember to sit or lay on a towel when nude.
With regard to other rules, common sense prevails - pets must be on a leash, children must be supervised, no glass in the common areas, no illegal drugs, no offensive behavior, no fireworks or firearms, and no overt sexual activity.
You’ll find Lone Star Resort to be friendly and fun, so relax and enjoy your stay!