Check-in is at 2:00pm
Check-out is by 11:00am

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations

While we hope that you will be able to come camp with us, we know that plans change from time to time. If you need to cancel, please contact us by phone as soon as you can. We will not accept cancellations by email. 

In order to receive a refund of your deposit, you must contact our office at least 14 days prior to arrival. If you cancel within the two week timeframe of your trip, you will receive campground credits to be used for another stay. 

Campers who do not call and do not show up for their site will have their reservation cancelled without a refund or credit. 

During your stay, if you decide to depart our campground prior to your original departure date, NO REFUNDS will be given.

Holiday Reservations

The following weekends are considered "holidays" in the camping industry and therefore are non-refundable past 30 days: Memorial Day, Fourth of July, and Labor Day. 

We will not offer refunds for reservations cancelled on these weekends, but are happy to reschedule another time for you. Please provide adequate notice so that we can re-book your site. 

Since camping is an outdoor experience, no refunds will be given due to the discomforts of Mother Nature. 

     

Campground Rules

Guidelines for a fun and safe stay

Campsites:

RV Sites-

RV sites are designed for one (1) RV and one (1) vehicle. Up to one tent may be set up in addition to a camper if approved by campground management. All additional vehicles will be parked in a parking lot, not at the campsite. If no camper is on site, up to two tents may be set up per site.

Tent Sites-

Only erect tents on pads: they must fit within the established campsite and not negatively impact the surrounding area. Be sure to park vehicles only on the graveled areas provided for your campsite. Please do not trench your site or put nails in trees.

Campsites are equipped with a picnic table and a fire ring. Please do not move tables or fire rings without permission.

Damage and Cleaning Fees:

Damage made by campers to their site or the facilities is their responsibility, and may incur repair fees. Please inform the office as soon as possible about any defective equipment or damage you may find on the campground so that we may repair it in a timely fashion.

Cabins that require excessive cleaning following your stay may incur up to a $250 charge.

Cabin reservations must be made with a credit card on file. 

 

Campfires and Grills:

Due to the threat of bugs and pests, firewood from outside the campground must be USDA certified and labeled. Visitors can purchase certified firewood from the check-in station, or gather dead wood on the ground, but it is prohibited to saw, cut, chop, or harvest any parts from a standing tree, dead or alive. Build fires only in designated fire rings and do not build rock rings or burn trash in the rings. NEVER leave fires or hot coals unattended and repeatedly douse the area with water to extinguish the fire completely before leaving.

Bath Houses:

Please remember that while we do our best to keep our bath houses as clean as possible, they are still shared spaces. Please clean up after yourself and be courteous to other guests. 

Quiet Hours:

Designated quiet hours for all sites: 10:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. All bright lights and noise levels shall be reduced in consideration of other campers. Generators are allowed but noise is limited to 60 decibels.

Food and Waste Disposal

A dishwashing station is provided at the bathhouse. Wash dishes at the dishwashing station: not in restrooms or water spigots. Trailers and RV’s must empty sewage and wastewater at the dump station. You will be responsible for your own trash. Please do not dispose of trash in fire rings and do not leave trash at the site.

Food Storage, Wildlife, and Other Resources:

You must store food properly! It is probable that wildlife (bear, deer, raccoon, fox, skunks, etc.) may frequent the campground. Keep all food, garbage, equipment used to prepare or store food, and all scented items in a locked vehicle when not in use.

Pets:

You are responsible for the behavior and control of your pet. When outside of your vehicle or camping unit, pets must be on a leash no longer than six feet at all times. Do not leave pets unattended. Please clean up after your pet and dispose of waste properly. Do not throw waste into the woods. Pet food and food bowls attract wildlife and must be stored in a locked vehicle when not in use. Pets are not allowed inside of the bathhouse.

Vehicles and other Wheeled Devices:

All roads in the campground are one-way with a 10-mph speed limit. Keep all vehicles on designated roadways and parking lots at all times. All off-road vehicles such as three and four wheelers, dirt bikes, go-karts, etc. are prohibited. Electric golf carts and bicycles are allowed.

● All golf carts must be registered at the park office and the owner must provide a copy of valid insurance and driver's license for anyone who will be operating the vehicle. 

● Cart operated after dark must have lights.

● No golf carts are to be operated during quiet hours.

● Anyone caught driving in an unsafe manner will lose cart driving privileges. Parents are responsible for the actions and safety of their children. Children should wear safety helmets while biking.

 

Alcohol and Smoking Policy:

No person shall consume or possess an open or previously opened container containing any alcoholic beverage, or be under the influence of an alcoholic beverage while within shared spaces. Alcoholic beverages are allowed at your campsite. No underage (under 21) drinking allowed. *Remember this is a family campground. Excessive rowdiness, loudness, and/or vulgar language will not be tolerated. Smoking is not allowed in the bathhouse or check-in station. If you are a smoker, please dispose of tobacco products properly - not on the ground.

Firearms & Fireworks:

The display or use of fireworks, firearms, or other weapons are not permitted. Campers who break this rule will be required to leave and no refund will be given. 

Prohibited Activities:

● No camper shall infringe or interfere upon another’s right of usage or enjoyment of the campground.

● Do not trench your site or put nails in trees.

● Do not build rock rings or burn trash in the grate. Never leave fires or hot coals unattended. Extinguish all fires completely before leaving.

● It is illegal to approach, feed, frighten, or disturb wildlife.

● Do not leave pets unattended. Bag their waste and dispose in a trashcan.

● Do not dump dishwater on the ground. The dumping of raw sewage or gray water is prohibited by State code.

● Fireworks are prohibited.

● Do not leave food or other scented items unattended. You must store your food, coolers, candles, soap, toothpaste, etc. in your camper or your locked vehicle at all times