August 6, 2018

Check-in Procedure

All Visitors are required to bring a valid photo ID to the office in order to check in. Nobody will be admitted without it, so don’t leave home without it !

If you had pre-registered by telephone with the Star Ranch office 24 hours prior to your first visit, your background check should be complete upon your arrival. In this case we will copy your photo ID, require a signature of the rules acknowledgement and collect payment.

If you have not pre-registered and this is your first visit in over a year, We will need to run a background check on you and your spouse/significant other. Generally a background check does not take more than 5 minutes but we have had instances where it delays entry for up to one hour. We then get a list of your visiting childrens’ names,  copy your photo id, get a signature of the rules acknowledgement and collect payment. (Remember under 14 years of age must be accompanied and supervised by a parent at all times).

All visitors will be required to wear a wrist band during their stay at Star Ranch. This tells us that you have gone through the security check and tells members that you are a visitor.

Background checks will stay on file for at least 1 year. If you fail to come back within a year, it may have to be run again on your next visit.

Rules pertaining to children.

Children under the age of 18 will require permission from both parents, and must be accompanied by at least one parent.

If you are a single parent coming with a child, you will need to get a notarized permission slip acknowledging permission from the absent parent. Please call our office and ask us to send you a form.

Children 14 and under, must be supervised by a parent at all times while on the ranch.

Any of your children who are attending school or who are below school age are considered part of your family when it comes to our pricing policy. That means you pay no more for the kids to join you.

Golf Carts are common here at Star Ranch and only holders of valid drivers licenses are allowed to operate them.