A Sneak Peek into the updated Visitor Guide

Curious to know what’s in the updated Visitor Guide? Take a look at an excerpt below from our handy, hand-held document that hits on key reminders we’re sharing with visitors. The Guide is being handed to visitors at the gate starting this week.

Please note that a Property Owner Guide will be out in the coming weeks to get newcomers acquainted with Big Canoe.

Things to Remember

Welcome to Big Canoe, a private, master-planned community. The natural beauty combined with our array of amenities makes this a wonderful place to visit or to call home. To maintain the quality of life and ensure the safety of everyone and every living thing, please take a few moments to familiarize yourself with our top rules and regulations. For more information, visit www.bigcanoepoa.org

No Outdoor Fires
Outdoor fires of any kind are not permitted in Big Canoe; violators are subject to a $5,000 fine.

Street Parking
Street parking should not block rescue and fire engine access. Overnight parking is not permitted.

No Feeding Wildlife
Please do not feed the bears, deer or any wild animals including birds. As Big Canoe is a nature preserve, feeding wildlife is prohibited; violators are subject to a $5,000 fine.

RV’s, Motorcycles, ATVs
Visitors cannot bring RVs into the community. Motorcycles, trailers, and ATVs may be trailered into the community, however, cannot be operated on any of our roadways and must be parked inside garages overnight.

Speed Limits
Maintain posted speed limits, do not tailgate other drivers, and stay on your side of the road. No biking or skateboarding is allowed on our roads and walking is prohibited on our main roads.

Quiet Hours
Big Canoe has a strict 10 p.m. noise and outdoor light restriction. Any noise should not be heard past the property line after 10 p.m.

Pets Must Be Leashed
Dogs must be on a leash at all times inside the gates, including on the trails. Three dog parks are available for your convenience.

Discharging a Firearm
Discharging a firearm or any other lethal weapon is not permitted.

No Smoking
All POA facilities are non-smoking.

Personal Watercraft
Personal boats, kayaks, canoes, and paddleboats must be registered with the Marina.

Wildlife is Protected
Hunting, trapping, wounding, or killing wildlife is not permitted.

Food at the Beach Club
Outside food may be brought into the Beach Club only when POA is not providing food services. Food and beverages are not allowed in or around the pool.

Check out the upcoming Visitor Guide for more information.

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