Rules & Information
You may camp, on a first-come, first-serve basis depending on site availability.
Reservations must be made for a two-night minimum, three-night minimum on holidays.
If you must cancel your reservation, notification must be 14 days or more before the reservation date, for a refund minus a $10.00 service charge.
Check-in time is 3:00 pm. Check-out time is 1:00 pm. Campers who occupy a site prior to noon will be charged an extra day.
Register in recreation office and pay fees upon arrival. Camping fees are non-refundable. No campsite setup after 10:00 PM.
Campsites are for FAMILY camping. A maximum of one family, one camping unit, and one car per campsite is allowed. A family consists of up to two adults and children under 18 years of age. A small tent may be added for children as long as there are no more than two adults, otherwise an additional site or sites would be needed.
Registered Campers are allowed visitors from 8:00 AM to 10:00 PM. Visitors' cars must be parked in the parking lots. Campers are responsible for the actions of their guests, and camping permit will be revoked for violations of rules and regulations by guests.
Boat slip rentals are designated; do not park just anywhere. Slips must be rented at recreation office.
QUIET HOURS: 10:00 PM to 7:00 AM. Radios will be maintained at low levels & off during quiet hours.
SPEED LIMIT is 10 miles per hour in campground.
PICNICKING is available from 8:00 AM until dusk:: register in recreation area office.
Campground director reserves the right to refuse service and the right to revoke or terminate any permit(s) if any of these rules are violated.
The following are prohibited on campground property:
- Disorderly Conduct or profanity
- Pets (information on kennels may be obtained)
- Hauling firewood into campground
- Washing dishes at water stations or restrooms
- Draining waste water onto ground
- Firearms, air rifles, bows and arrows, and paintball guns
- FIREWORKS of any kind or size
- Chainsaws and any other power saws
- Golf carts, four wheelers, and any all-terrain vehicles
- Burning chemically treated woods
- Overnight sleeping on boats in marina
- Cutting down, driving nails into, or injuring trees or shrubs
- Swimming from anywhere on campground property