Frequently Asked Questions
When you get to the campground, it’d be helpful to have your reservation information ready when you arrive for Registration (primary occupant, site letter & number, and check-in date). Check-in time is after 12:00 pm, and check-out time is 10:00 am, and please note that any items left on the campsite will be removed immediately after check-out time.
Our park’s hours of operation are from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm. Should you not be arriving within those hours on the first day/night that your reservation begins, please call us and we might be able to accommodate you. We’ll do our best; if we can’t do anything, you do risk forfeiting your reservation and deposit. Quiet hours are from 10:00 pm to 6:00 am. Sound travels easily between campsites so be sure to remember to speak in a low voice during your stay.
Some sites find different vehicle lengths. When you make your reservation, it is your responsibility to review site details before finalizing your booking. Should you reserve a campsite and your equipment exceeds the listed limits, you will be required to secure a second campsite and incur the ensuing charges. All camping equipment must fit on the campsite pad. Please note that tree tents are not permitted in the campground.
In the spirit of our environmental mission, please help us grow vegetation around the campsites! Do not walk or set up camping gear off the campsite pad. Additional lighting, signage or equipment that impact the vegetation are not permitted and the campground management reserve the right to request its removal.
Of course, but only up to four at a time and only one vehicle at a time at each campsite. Those vehicles must have all tires are on the campsite driveway and not on the campsite pad nor roadside, except for loading and unloading. Visitors and extra vehicles may park at the overflow parking area near the Registration.
Only two tents are allowed at each campsite. Please reserve another campsite if you are bringing more than two tents. This includes screen houses, pop-up shelters, and canopies.
Dogs and cats are permitted but must always be leashed or caged. Leashes must be six feet (1.8 m) or less in length. Pets may not be left unattended for their safety and for the safety of other visitors and wildlife. We like animals, too, but please do not feed the wild animals and please ensure that no food is left outdoors uncovered or unattended. It tends to attract some of the local wildlife.
Portable generators are not permitted since sites have access to electrical service. If your recreation vehicle has a generator within it, we ask that they are used during the hours of 8am-10am and 4pm-7pm. Please be mindful of how generator noise affects other campers and ensure that you are at your campsite when running the generator.
Yes, there are fire pits which can be rented at the Tuck Shop for the duration of your stay. Firewood can be purchased, as needed. You can help protect our forests from the spread of hidden, tree-killing insects by obtaining firewood from the campground directly. Guests are not permitted to bring their own fire pits due to safety and fire management reasons. You might see some debris on the forest floor that could be used for kindling, but we ask you to not disrupt the ecological space by removing any of it. Kindling is available in the Tuck Shop.
Yes, there is. You can obtain the password when you check in. The WIFI has broadband that is wide enough for most basic electronic transactions. If you are interested in more WIFI capacity for things such as streaming video, there is an additional fee. Please contact Registration for further information.