Rules & Regulation

To ensure the safety, comfort and enjoyment of your stay, we ask that you abide by the following rules and regulations.  Anyone not abiding by these rules will be asked to leave without a refund.


  • All campers and visitors must register at the office upon arrival. Valid ID required.
  • Check-in time is 2:00 pm. Check-out time is 11:00am.
  • Office hours are 10:00 am-6:00 pm Monday – Friday, 10:30 am-6:00 pm Saturdays, and 2:00-6:00 pm on Sundays.


  • All cancellations must be made by phone.
  • Cancellations must be made at least 24 hours prior to reservation date. If not, a one-time cancellation fee of $30 will be incurred.


  • Speed limit is 5 mph.
  • Quiet hours are 10pm-7am/weekdays and 11pm-7am on weekends.
  • Visitors must leave by 11 pm. Registered campers are responsible for the behavior of their visitors at all times.
  • Golf carts are to be driven by licensed drivers only.
  • No rollerblading or skate boarding is allowed. No ATV’s or 4-wheelers allowed.
  • Parents or guardians are solely responsible for their children’s safety, behavior, and actions at all times. Parents or guardians will be held liable for injury, damages, vandalism, etc., caused by their children.
  • No unaccompanied children allowed in restrooms or laundry area.
  • Children are to be supervised by parent or guardian at all times around water. No lifeguards on duty.   No diving or jumping.  No swimming.
  • No fireworks or firearms are allowed in park. This includes no BB, pellet, or paint guns.
  • Illegal drugs, violence, or any kind of crime will not be tolerated. The Dixie County Sheriff’s office will be called immediately and you will be evicted from the premises without a refund.
  • No glass containers except at your site.
  • All cigarette butts are to be disposed of properly. Do not throw them on the ground in the park or at your site!  If you leave cigarette butts on your site, you will forfeit any deposit refunds!
  • Dispose of all drink tabs and bottle caps properly. Do not throw them on the ground!
  • No solicitation of any kind is allowed in park.


  • State law requires sewer rings (rubber donuts) at all sewer connections.
  • No site changes without prior approval from office.
  • No “home made” RV’s, etc., allowed. No tarps over campers.  Management reserves the right to inspect and refuse RV’s over 15 years old.  
  • Place garbage in dumpsters located behind the office. Household garbage only.
  • Only two vehicles and one RV per site. Golf carts count as one vehicle.
  • American flags only.
  • No objects may be tied to or hung from any tree or post. No clotheslines allowed.
  • Vehicle and RV washing allowed occasionally. You must first obtain a wash permit from the office.
  • Do not trim any trees. Notify office of any limb removal needs. 
  • Only one shed per lot. Outdoor furniture only.  Limit yard deco’s, plants, etc.
  • No blocking, parking, or usage of vacant spots allowed.
  • Tenants are responsible for keeping site and RV neat and clean. No mold or mildew.
  • Be considerate of your neighbors. Keep noise to a minimum.  Observe quiet times.
  • Responsible, amicable, and sober behavior is expected at all times. Management reserves the right to refuse entry to or dismiss any person and their property from the park.


  • Campfires allowed in fire rings only. Do not move fire rings.
  • No grills allowed on picnic tables.
  • Do not dump charcoal on ground or in fire pits.
  • Please do not pour cooking oil or grease down drains, on grounds, or base of trees.
  • No burning of trash on site.
  • Campfires and grills must be supervised at all times.


  • Maximum 2 pets allowed.
  • Management reserves the right to refuse aggressive breeds.
  • Barking will not be tolerated.
  • Clean up after your pets. Place waste in a bag and throw it in the dumpster.
  • Pets must be on a leash six feet or less. No retractable leashes.
  • Owners are responsible for their pets at all times.
  • Pets that are noisy, dangerous, destructive, or considered to be nuisances will not be permitted to remain in the park.