Rules & Regulations

Registration & Fees

  • Fees are payable in advance at the office during regular business hours. 
  • Moving from assigned space must be approved by office.  
  • If you wish to stay an additional day or delay your departure, please check with the office to see if incoming reservations have been assigned to your site. 
  • You must re-register by 10:00 am.
  • Re-registration may not be guaranteed due to previous registrations for site.

Check-In/Check-Out/Quiet Hours

  • Check-In: 2:00 pm
  • Check-Out: 12:00 noon
  • Quiet Hours: 10:00 pm to 8:00 am
  • Llama trails close at dusk.

Vehicles/Bicycles/Golf Carts

  • Speed Limit - 5 MPH
  • Drive Carefully & Watch for Children
  • Only one camper & two vehicles per site. Others must be parked in designated area
  • Bicycles are NOT allowed on the llama trails. No riding after dusk. Helmets required by State Law.
  • Motorcycles are welcome, but may only be used for transportation to and from the park.
  • No mopeds, ATVs, or other motorized vehicles.
  • Golf Carts are allowable but must be registered with office & operators must have a drivers icense.

Campfires

  • Campers may bring their own off the ground fire rings.
  • Campfires must be in fire rings only
  • Protect our trees. Firewood from outside Tennessee is not allowed. 
  • Firewood may be purchased at Office.
  • Do not leave fires unattended

Visitors & Guests

  • Visitors & guests are welcome but must be registered at the office.
  • Visitors are welcome from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm and must park in designated area.
  • Campers are responsible for visitors/guests & fees.  
  • Visitors may be restricted during periods of high occupancy.

For the Safety of Children

  • Parents/grandparents are responsible for the conduct of their children at all times.
  • Children age 10 and under must be supervised at all times.  
  • Children under 16 are not allowed on the llama trails unless accompanied by an adult. 
  • Jerry is a retired high school principal and will not hesitate to use his respectful but loud "principal" voice.  :-)