Check out time is 11:00 a.m. unless late check out has been arranged.
Quiet time is 11pm - 8am

Please watch for playing children and obey the 5 MPH speed limit while in the campground


Use local firewood! The beauty and productivity of North Carolina's forests is threatened by non-native plants, animals and diseases that can make it to the state in many ways. One common but often overlooked way that these invasive species make it into the state's parks, forests, and private campgrounds is through the movement of firewood.


North Carolina Summary:

North Carolina prohibits the interstate and intrastate (within state) movement of firewood (hardwood, softwood, seasoned and green) from federal and state quarantined areas to prevent the spread of invasive forest pest species. Pests targeted in North Carolina’s quarantined areas include – but are not limited to – European gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar), emerald ash borer (Agrilus planipennis), walnut twig beetle (Pityophthorus juglandis), and the red imported fire ant (Solenopsis invicta). Firewood cannot be brought from a quarantined county into an unquarantined county within the state of North Carolina. Great Smoky Mountain National Park prohibits untreated firewood from entering the park. The Blue Ridge Parkway requires firewood to be bundled and certified if brought into the park, or campers may also collect dead and down wood from within the park. Regardless of your area’s quarantine status, the state of North Carolina urges users of firewood to purchase and use locally. All these measures are designed to prevent the introduction and/or spread of invasive forest pest species within North Carolina and neighboring states. This summary is accurate to the best of DMF staff abilities as of 8 January 2018

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Please respect our great forests and buy/burn locally. We all have to work together to protect them or they will not be here for future generations to enjoy. We have wood available here for purchase for convienence. Call the campground with any questions. 




The management reserves the right to evict anyone for behavior detrimental to the campground, its visitors, or for failing to obey all the rules at all times.


The management reserves the right to evict anyone for behavior detrimental to the campground, its visitors, or for failing to obey all the rules at all times.

1.      The management/owners are NOT responsible for damage, theft, or injury to property, persons, or pets.

2.      You must be 18 years or older to make a reservation.

3.      All guests and visitors use the facilities at their own risk.

4.      Complimentary high speed internet is included at no additional fee.

5.      NO SUBLEASING allowed. Owners must be at camper with all guests, at all times.

6.      Children should not be left unattended at the Playground, Rec Hall, Bath House, or Laundry Room. Please be mindful to leave these spaces clean so we can maintain a space that’s enjoyable to all campers.

7.      ONE camping unit and TWO vehicles are allowed per site. Vehicles must be parked within the boundaries of the campsite. Extra vehicles can be parked outside the gate by the garage.

8.      Campers are responsible for the conduct of all guests at their site. If your guests decide to stay the night, please come by the office to register them and pay an extra person fee.

9.      Campfires are only to be built in designated campfire rings and you must extinguish the fire before retiring. DO NOT LEAVE CAMPFIRES UNATTENDED. We have firewood at the office. The Forest Service states that firewood should not be transported to avoid bringing in bugs that are not native to our area. Buy it in the area you plan to burn it in.


11.   Please obey 5 MPH speed limit for all motorized vehicles inside the campground, for everyone's safety. Golf carts MUST be insured with liability. You will be asked to sign a wavier.

12.   Quiet time is 11pm – 8am - please always be respectful of your fellow campers. No loud noises at anytime that will disturb your neighbors please.

13.   Pets must be kept on a leash or in a contained area at your site. Please clean up after your pet. Campers assume any liability that may be incurred because of their pets and may be asked to leave if an animal is aggressive or a disturbance. Aggressive animals will NOT be tolerated.

14.   Check with campground owners before washing RV or vehicles.

15.   Please deposit garbage at the dumpster past the office.

16.   DO NOT dispose of cigarette butts, drink cans, drink bottles or trash of any kind in fire rings.

17.   Fishing in the lake is complimentary for registered guests only.

18.   Rec Hall may be reserved, if available. Check at main office.

19.   Please be responsible with alcoholic beverages. If you are away from your campsite, alcoholic beverages must be in a can or plastic/metal cup. Absolutely NO GLASS. Drunkenness will NOT be tolerated.




If you need to cancel your reservations, a $10.00 Service Charge will be charged. To receive a full refund, minus the $10.00 service charge, you must cancel within 7 days of your reservation. If its less than 7 days, you get 80% of your deposit back minus the $10.00 service fee.   If 48 hours or less, then it becomes non-refundable of a one nights stay plus the $10 service charge. Under certain circumstances, at management discretion, a credit may be applied for future stays. 


1. No refunds will be made on cancellation requests received after the site is occupied.

2. No refunds due to inclement weather.

3. No refunds for any deposits & fees paid for seasonal campsite rentals.

4. Flooding: No refund will be issued if a comparable site can be provided with same electric/water amenities. If not, refund will be issued.

5. Any extraordinary circumstances requiring a decision regarding refunds will be made by the Manager.