RULES, REGULATIONS AND
ACTS OF COMMON COURTESY
EACH VEHICLE MUST REGISTER WITH THE OFFICE UPON ARRIVAL.
Drive slowly throughout the campground.
11:00 A.M. CHECK-IN AND CHECK-OUT.
Other arrangements may be made with the office.
QUIET TIME IS ALL THE TIME.
No loud speaker devices allowed and they must not be heard off your campsite. Ear buds are recommended. Absolute quiet shall be observed from 10:00 P.M. to 8:00 A.M. Bright lights and speaker devices/live music must be off during these hours. All visitors must leave by 10:00 P.M. Late night arrivals are currently not allowed, folks must be checked in by 8pm until further notice. Avoid slamming car doors and flashing lights into other campsites. Absolute quiet is at 10 pm to 8 am.
ALCOHOL ALLOWED IN MODERATION ONLY.
Excessive drinking will not be tolerated. If you are asked to leave because of abuse, the sheriff will be notified.
NO FORAGING FOR FIREWOOD.
Small, open fires are allowed in the provided fireplaces only. Do not move the fireplace. In order to protect our trees, and the natural resources of North Carolina, ONLY USDA INSPECTED FIREWOOD WILL BE ALLOWED INTO THE CAMPGROUND. Do not bring firewood from home. We sell firewood, or buy locally (within 10 miles). Please read more here and here and here about what you can do to help.
KEEP YOUR CAMPSITE CLEAN.
Every effort is made to provide you with a clean facility.
RESPECT OUR TREES.
Do not cut a tree, sapling, limb etc. for any reason.
Do not drive nails, screws, axes, knives, etc. into any trees,
or deface a tree for any reason.
Marshmallow sticks are available free at the office.
DON'T CLIMB BANKS.
Be kind to Mother Earth. Avoid making or using steep paths that create erosion.
No trenching around tents.
PETS ON LEASHES.
Pets are welcome provided they are not an annoyance.
Do not leave your pet unattended. Clean up after your pet. If you are in need of kennel services. Rippling Water Kennel is the closest kennel - please google for others. Livestock, horses etc, are not allowed
PARENTS, GUARDIANS AND GROUP LEADERS:
The responsibility of your group is still yours. Know where and what your charges are doing at all times. Make sure everyone is aware of all of the campground rules.
ANY VIOLATION OF THESE RULES CAN
RESULT IN PERMANENT EXPULSION.
Your cooperation is required and appreciated.