Terms of Service

CAMPGROUND RULES AND REGULATIONS
1 All campers and all visitors of those camping must register with the campground manager in the office.
2 Overnight camping is by reservation or on a first-come, first-served basis. 
3 All occupied campsites must have a camping permit which covers you and your immediate family (dad, mom,
kids, and grandkids).
4 Registered campers are allowed to have visitors as long as the total number of campers plus visitors does not
exceed six people over night per site. All visitors must register with the campground manager and park in designated areas only. Day time visitors may enter after 7:00 a.m. and must leave the campground no later than 10:00 p.m. Campground managers may limit the number of day time visitors allowed as circumstances dictate.
5 No overnight visitors are allowed unless accompanied by the registered camper. Each overnight visitor must
pay an additional designated fee per night.
6 Quiet hours are from 11:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. No motorized vehicles, including golf cars, should be driven inside
the gates during quiet hours. Please respect your fellow camper's right to a good night's sleep.
7 Only one motor home, camper, or trailer is permitted on a designated campsite. Two automobiles per campsite are permitted.
8 No shuttling of guests or campers by boat is permitted.
9 Tents shall be located inside designated tent campsites.
10 Camping vehicles and equipment may be left unattended in the area overnight at the camper's risk only with
permission of the campground manager.
11 Campers must keep assigned campsites clean. All garbage and refuse must be placed in dumpsters or trash
receptacles. Do not burn garbage.
12 No campsite will be rented to anyone under the age of 21. Campers under 21 years old must be at their campsite
by 11:00 p.m. unless accompanied by an adult. Failure to comply with this rule may lead to further action by
the campground manager.
13 Fires shall be confined to fireplaces, grills, or other appropriate facilities where provided, and campers shall
use reasonable care in handling campfires.
14 Use of trees to hang lanterns is prohibited. Do not cut, damage or drive nails into trees or shrubs. No clotheslines
are permitted.
15 Alcoholic beverages, illegal drugs, firearms, and fireworks are prohibited.
16 Campers are responsible for the conduct of children and visitors. Children must be under the care and attention
of an adult at all times, and may not be left at the campground unattended. Wandering through another's campsite
or boat will not be tolerated. Vandalism and disrespect for another person's property will be cause for having
to leave the campground.
17 All pets must be on a leash and under the control of a registered camper at all times. No pets should be left tied
up outside unless they are attended by a camper. Any pet showing signs of aggressive or threatening behavior
such as growling, snarling or biting will be removed from campground immediately. Owners must clean up after their
pets and dispose of pet waste in dumpsters or trash receptacles, not in the lake.
Bathhouses and swimming areas are off limits to animals.
18 The operation or use of any motorized vehicle or noise producing device of any kind which unreasonably disturbs,
annoys, or endangers any person is prohibited. Only those with a valid drivers license may operate motorized
vehicles in the campground. Golfcarts should obey the same rules as automobiles including traffic flow on 1-way roads.
19 No motorbikes or ATV's are allowed. A 10 MPH speed limit in the campground is to be obeyed.
20 No parking in grass is permitted. Boat trailers are to be parked in designated areas only.
21 Washing dishes in a bathhouse is not permitted.
22 Tampering with security gates in any way or form will not be tolerated. If you do not enter the grounds before
10:00 p.m., you must park outside the gated area and walk to your campsite.
23 Watercraft brought to the campground must be kept in docks/slips or designated parking areas. Campers and
visitors must register their watercraft with the office. A fee will be charged for use of the boat ramp and
parking. No watercraft may be moored/secured or anchored to the shoreline at any time.
24 The only covers allowed are awnings originally attached to the camper or small canopies over the picnic table
that have been approved by the campground manager.
25 No decks or permanent structures are allowed. If temporary steps or a temporary stoop is required to gain
access to an RV, these must be approved in advance by the campground manager and must be no larger than
40 square feet. All refrigerators must be kept inside your RV, not outside your RV.
26 The picnic areas and other day use areas are available for use from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. The swimming beach
area, however, closes at dusk. No night swimming is allowed.
27 Sub-leasing campsites is not permitted.
28 Please do not feed the geese or ducks.

REPORT ALL DISTURBANCES TO THE CAMPGROUND MANAGER
Campground Store 423-884-3317 or Campground Cell 865-776-0072

Revised 2/03/2020