Campground facilities exist for the benefit of all campers. Help keep
Know and respect the campground's rules, even if you don't understand
The rules have been established to protect and respect the rights of
all campers, the
campground and the environment.
Respect other's rights. Don't walk across another camper's site -
walk around it.
Limit play of noisy games to the campground's playground or recreation
Obey the campgrounds quiet hours. Voices, radios and other noises
than you might think on a quiet summer night.
Pack-in what you pack out. A good rule is to leave your campsite
cleaner than you
found it. Recycle when possible - many campgrounds have recycling
Check with the campground about their Firewood
Policy. Don't transport firewood.
- Don't cut living trees for firewood.
- Know the campground's rule on
finding your own wood or buying it.
If you own a pet, keep it contained. You are
responsible to clean up after it. Don't
to tie your dog
to a tree and leave him unattended. He will likely bark at strangers,
holes and annoy
your fellow campers.
Do not clean fish or wash dishes in lakes or streams
and clean-up and properly dispose
Waste water should never be dumped in a
lake, stream or on the ground.