Campfires: Small personal campfires are permitted, but bonfires are prohibited. Do not start a fire in windy conditions. Your tent/RV, gear and any other flammable objects must be at least 15 feet away and upwind of any fire that you start. ONLY use lighter fluid (if needed) to START a campfire (NEVER squirt it into an open flame). Never use any other accelerants, like gasoline, as this can be dangerous to you and others around you. DO NOT burn anything other than wood; no bottles, cans or paper of any kind are permitted in our fire pits. You must keep water nearby when you have a campfire, as you might have a sudden need to put the fire out.
Safety: Because of the wildlife in this area (snakes, mice, opossum, raccoons, porcupines, skunks, coyotes, etc.), you must store all food inside your RV or vehicle and immediately throw food scraps and leftovers in the dumpster when finished eating. We do not want to encourage the wildlife to visit! Please stay with young kids while on nature walks. There is abundant wildlife here. Always watch for TICKS and POISON IVY/OAK and wear appropriate clothing and/or tick repellant.
Water: Our septic and water system is sensitive. Please exercise restraint when using water so our well can supply everyone's needs. Your water usage must be reasonable. Keep showers to a minimum! You may not put ANYTHING other than toilet paper in the campground toilets. To keep your RV from clogging, we encourage toilet paper to be put into trash instead of flushed.