Campground Rules

  • Quiet hours are from 11pm – 5am
  • EVERY vehicle MUST have a tag in the front window verifying payment to enter the park. Vehicles WITHOUT tags will be asked to purchase daily entrance permit OR asked to vacate the property.
  • Do not move fire-rings. All fires must be in provided fire-ring. Do NOT throw trash into fire-rings. Do NOT leave fire unattended.
  • NO pallet wood or any lumber with nails, screws, or other metal hardware attached.
  • Do not remove picnic tables from sites.
  • Pets must be kept on a leash or tether at all times.
  • Trash must be disposed of in dumpsters located throughout the park. DO NOT throw litter in the woods.
  • One camper and one tent OR Two tents allowed per campsite.
  • Two vehicles allowed per campsite. Extra vehicles may be parked at various parking lots around property.
  • DO NOT put any metal into trees. This includes but not limited to screws, nails, stakes, staples, ect.
  • DO NOT run gray water onto ground. Please use the provided dumping stations.
  • Be courteous of other campers, DO NOT take shortcuts through campsites NOT occupied by your party.
  • All vehicles excluding golf carts, must be kept on gravel or paved roads.
  • Cutting of firewood with ax, hatchet, or chainsaw is NOT allowed without proper consent from department management.
  • Please abide by posted speed limits.
  • Walking, bicycles, and golf carts are allowed on gravel trails, other motorized vehicles are prohibited.
  • Shelters may be used if not reserved, however if the shelter is reserved the reserving party has the right to that shelter upon arrival.
  • Do not leave boat trailers unattended at the beach or boat ramp parking area.
  • Please do not feed the wildlife. Feeding the raccoons will only lessen their fear for humans and cause them to become a nuisance.
  • Inebriated individuals will NOT be allowed to participate in any activities, programs, and/or events.

Failure to abide by the above rules may result in immediate removal from the property and permanent expulsion.

Park Rangers have the authority to remove people from the park and ban those individuals for any length of time.

Park Rangers can impound golf carts due to individuals NOT following any rules.

Park Rangers can write tickets to anyone speeding or parking in unauthorized areas.

Park Rangers can remove people for using foul language, disorderly conduct, public intoxication, or disrupting the public in any way.