RULES & REGULATIONS - FRANK RAINES
OHV Park Laws and Regulations: (Please refer to the California Department of Motor Vehicles for additional information not found in these links.)
Deer, Wild Pig, and Rabbit Hunting Season at Frank Raines Regional Park Minniear Day Use Area in Del Puerto Canyon (Zone A).
Available Permits and Fees:
Maximum number of permits available during the week (Monday through Friday) – 20
Maximum number of permits available during the weekend (Saturday through Sunday) – 20
Hunting permit fee per week or weekend: $15 per hunter, per week/ per weekend
Hunting permit – annual (valid July-June hunting season): $100 per hunter (check for available dates)
Common specie in the area – Wild Pig, Deer, Rabbit
Submit your Hunting License and CDL to firstname.lastname@example.org to start the process of requesting a permit
Please visit https://www.wildlife.ca.gov/Hunting for the most current information on hunting guides.
OHV Parks Operation and Maintenance contact info:
Stanislaus County Department of Parks and Recreation
3800 Cornucopia Way, Ste D
Modesto, CA 95358
(209) 525-6750 Phone
(209) 525-6773 Fax
Law enforcement contact info:
Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department
Special Vehicle Operations Unit
320 E Street
Waterford, CA 95382
(209) 874-2349 Non-Emergency
(209) 874-2973 Fax
If you have an EMERGENGY, please call “911” immediately
15 Day Camping Limit: no person shall camp for more than a total of fifteen nights during any thirty-day period at any one recreation area. Using multiple accounts to circumvent this rule will result in an immediate cancellation.
Cancellation Policy: If you need to change your arrival/departure date and/or site, you must log into your reservation account to process the cancellation prior to 4 pm the day before your arrival date. A $10 cancellation fee will be assessed per reservation, and deducted from your refund amount. $5 reservation fee is non-refundable. Cancellations can be made online. This service is available 7 days a week, 24/7.
Last Minute Cancellation: If you need to cancel your reservation after 4 pm the day before your arrival date you must call us at (209)525-6750. You will be charged a cancellation fee of $10, and the first night’s campsite fee will be forfeited.
Early Out: If you must leave the park one or more days early, a cancellation fee of $10 will be deducted from any refund. You must check out before 2 pm Retain your camping confirmation letter until you have received your refund or your charge card has been credited. Allow at least 30 days to receive your refund.
Change Policy: If you need to change your arrival/departure date, park, and/or campsite, you must log in to your reservation account and process the change before 4pm the day before your begin date. Visitors will be charged a $10 change fee per reserved campsite for a change in dates, sites, parks, extending or shortening stay requests.
Emergency Closures: If Stanislaus County Parks and Recreation closes a campground due to an emergency or disaster, we will make every effort to notify you. In these cases, all fees will be refunded as soon as possible.
Reservation Fees: Reservation fees are non-refundable
In cases of inclement weather, when the campground remains open, but you choose to leave, refunds will be issued based on the early out policy.
How to Request a Refund Outside of Policies
As a further measure to protect the health, safety and welfare of person using a recreation area, any person violating a provision of Stanislaus County, California County Code Title 18, or, while in a recreation area, any provision of state law, may be ordered, by an officer or employee authorized to enforce the provisions of this title, to leave all or part of a recreation area and not to re-enter such area for any period up to twenty-four hours. Any person ordered to leave a recreation area pursuant to this section shall not be entitled to a refund of any park user fees. Failure to obey such order shall be a misdemeanor. (Ord. CS 512 §9, 1993).