Terms of Service

Park Rules and Regulations

Unlawful Acts include but are not limited to the following:

  • Destroying, defacing, disturbing or removing any part of any building, sign, structure or equipment.
  • Destroying, cutting, breaking, removing, defacing, mutilating, injuring, taking or gathering any tree, shrub, other plant or plant part, rock, mineral, or geological feature except by permit.
  • Dumping any refuse or waste, including grey water, from any trailer or other vehicle except in places or receptacles provided for such use.
  • Operating vehicles in a reckless manner, or in excess of posted speed limits, or in areas other than those specifically intended for vehicular traffic.
  • Consuming or displaying in public any beverage of alcoholic content, including beer and wine or controlled substance.
  • Acting in a disorderly manner or creating any noise which would result in annoyance to others.
  • Entering a facility or area without regard to restrictions on public.

Pets Policy:  

Ebenezer park is pet friendly but pets must be kept on a leash. County Ordinance states that Pet Owners must pick up their pets body waste. For your convenience Pet Stations are located throughout the park.

Campground Rules and Regulations:

  • ENFORCEMENT: Park Rangers have the authority to enforce all Park Regulations and assign campsites. Failure to abide by Park Rules can lead to temporary or permanent exclusion or prosecution.
  • Golf Cart operators must possess a valid driver’s license with no restrictions.
  • Campers are allowed either a maximum of one trailer/RV and one tent, or two tents per site.
  • No more than six persons (or one family) may occupy the same site.
  • Check in at 2:00 p.m.
  • Check out at 12:00 p.m. At the Rangers discretion, late check out may result in a penalty of one nights charge in addition to your stay; and ability to make future reservations.
  • Site change must be approved by park staff.
  • Maximum length of stay on a particular site is 14 nights. Cancellations are subject to fees based on the notice given. 
  • York County senior citizens (age 60 and older) and permanently disabled may register for a campsite at a reduced rate. The qualifying individual must be present for the duration of the stay. Proof of age or disability is required at check in
  • No storage of RV’s, campers or boat trailers allowed.
  • Campers must be a least 21 years of age to register a campsite, and must be present during duration of stay.
  • Quiet Hours: 10:00 p.m. – 7:00 a.m. Strictly Enforced.
  • Fireworks are prohibited.
  • All fires must be confined to designated grills or fire rings. Moving of fire rings is prohibited.
  • No off road vehicles allowed (UTV/ATV or Dirt Bikes).

I have read and understood all the policies listed above.