Tents are allowed on designated tent sites only and only one tent per site. There will be no tents allowed to be pitched on the same site as an RV site. (A screen tent with no floor, over a picnic table is allowed.)
To reserve a campsite you must be 21 years of age or older. Visitors who are not registered guests are not allowed on the premises from 10:00 pm to 8:00 am. Visitors to the campsite must check in with the front desk to obtain a visitor car permit.
Campfires are the responsibility of the guest. Federal law and campground Policy require that campfires must be contained in the designated fire ring. Fires must be attended at all times and extinguished when leaving them unattended. Fires must be thoroughly doused with water by 11:00 pm. Do not move fire ring. Cutting of any standing trees on the premises is prohibited.
Occupancy is based on 4 family (two adults and two dependents) members per campsite. Additional child $2. Additional adult $15. A maximum of 2 vehicles is allowed per site.
For the safety and consideration of other guests, the campground speed limit is 10 M.P.H.
Please help us protect the environmental quality of the campground by placing garbage in the dumpsters located in each of the camping areas. Please do not burn or leave trash inside the fire gate.
So that fellow campers can experience a quiet and restful evening, quiet hours are in effect from 11:00 pm through 7:00 am. Parents, please see that your children observe the rules. Kids under age 18 must be accompanied by an adult after 10:00 pm.
Fireworks are not permitted at the campground.
Pets are welcome when kept quiet, attended, cleaned up after and are leashed at all times. Aggressive dogs must be muzzled. There will be a charge for pets that are a nuisance.
Golf carts are allowed but must show insurance and must be a licensed driver. Washing of vehicles is not allowed. All vehicles must stay on roads and gravel pads of sites. Do not drive on the grass. Generators are not allowed.
Cannot be emptied on the ground. It must be disposed of in the campsite sewer receptacle or dump station.
Anyone who damages campground property will be liable for the cost of repairs or replacement. Customers will be held responsible for any theft of campground property.