IMPORTANT!!!! PLEASE READ!!!
Rules, Regulations, Policies and Liability Waiver
Woody Mountain Campground offers sites with Electric Only, Electric and Water and Full Hook-up, Electric, Water and Sewer and Wi-Fi.
The campground has 30 amp and 20-amp electrical service. Campers should use the service that is appropriate for their individual camping unit. Woody Mountain Campground is not responsible for damage to the individual’s camping unit for failure to use the appropriate electrical amperage.
We haul every drop of water. Please be conservative. Turn off spigots and make certain you do not leave showers, toilets or faucets running. NO washing of vehicles or campers in the campground.
The campground has trees throughout the facility. The campground is not responsible for damage due to tree limbs, pinecones, pine needles or other objects, falling on camper units or individuals.
Do not harm the trees. Clotheslines are not allowed to be attached to trees. We have an onsite laundry for washing and drying of laundry or other appropriate articles. Do not cut, carve, chop or damage any trees or bushes. Leave natural areas the way you found them.
Please keep your site clean of all litter and waste. Do not leave bags of trash outside of your camper or tent. Place in the containers provided near the laundry facility. Please clean up after yourself when using the Bathhouse, Restrooms or Laundry. Be considerate and leave the area clean for the next guest.
The campground is not responsible for camper damages due to inclement weather.
REGISTRATION AND FEES AND CANCELLATIONS
Fees are payable in advance at the office during regular business hours.
Moving from your assigned space must be approved by the 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 or request a late check-out no later than 10:00 a.m. Re-registration or extending your stay in your site may not be guaranteed due to previous registrations for the site.
Management reserves the right to re-assign any camper to a comparable RV Site if necessary, for business needs.
We have a two-night minimum stay on weekends, with a two-night deposit at the time of reservation. And a three-night minimum stay during Holidays, such as Memorial Day, July 4th and Labor Day, with three-nights deposit at the time of reservation.
Cancellations for weekday reservations must be requested at least 48-hours prior to arrival and will incur a $10.00 cancellation fee. Cancellations for Holiday reservations require a 7 days’ notice and will be charged 2-nights minimum cancellation fee.
Check-In: 12:00 noon Check-Out: 11:00 a.m.
Quiet Hours: 10:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m.
Please operate radios, televisions, musical instruments, etc. in a responsible manner, as they may be a source of irritation to other visitors in the campground.
Fighting, loud or irritating behavior is prohibited. Please keep noise at a reasonable level. Be considerate of your fellow visitor.
Speed Limit is 5 MPH
Driving carefully and watch for children and other individuals.
Only one camper unit and one vehicle are allowed per site. Additional vehicles must be registered and parked in designated areas.
Motorcycles are welcome. Mopeds, ATVs, Golf Carts, or other motorized vehicles are allowed, but must be kept on roadways and obey all speed limits.
Vehicles with loud engines, exhaust should not be operated during quiet hours. No revving of engines is allowed.
Campfires are not allowed. You may use charcoal or propane grills and propane fire rings. There are grills throughout the campground for use with charcoal, as well as, propane grills in common areas. Absolutely, NO USE OF FIREWOOD. Do not leave grills or fire rings unattended.
Charcoal is available for purchase at the office.
VISITORS AND/OR GUESTS
Visitors and/or guests are allowed as a courtesy but may not stay overnight without registering at the office and paying a fee.
Visitors must park in designated areas. Campers are responsible for their visitor’s and/or guests and ensure the visitor/guest are familiar with the campground rules and regulations.
For the safety of children, parents/grandparents/guardians are responsible for the conduct of their children at all times. Children must be supervised and accompanied by an adult when at the office, store, playground, restroom, shower facility and laundry. Do not let children build forts of any kind, tree branches or rocks, etc., on the property.
All pets must be registered at the office and kept on a leash at all times. Pets are restricted from the playground area, restrooms, showers, store, office, laundry room and on the picnic tables. Please pick up after your pets and properly dispose of the waste in the receptacles provided. Pets must be refrained from disturbing other visitors especially during quiet hours. There is a dog park area for your dogs. Please clean up after your pets and dispose of the waste in the receptacles provided. Please be courteous, do not take more pet poop bags than you need. The bags are provided as a convenience for our registered guest and their registered pets.
The Woody Mountain Campground is privately owned. Camping has inherent risks associated with outside activities. The camper accepts camping privileges with the understanding that he/she does release the Woody Mountain Campground, its officers and employees of all liability for loss or damage to property and injury to person arising out of his use of camping facilities, and agrees to indemnify the Campground, its officers and employees, against claims resulting from loss or damage or injury to the person of any member of the family or guest of the registered camper arising out of the use of its camping facilities and any activities, games, or events sponsored by Woody Mountain Campground, including but not limited to, use of the walking trails, use of the playground, or participating in various campground activities.
I agree to pay for any damages to campground property, sites, buildings, facilities, equipment, or loss of equipment, which may occur. I also agree to immediately report any accident, injury or property damage to the manager or staff. If a hazard or dangerous situation exists on the premise, the said camper will notify the management or staff immediately. I also agree to take full responsibility for myself and all the people in my party, including minors or visitors, and will request them to read and comply with all campground rules and regulations as posted in the office or on the grounds, as well as the terms and conditions as set forth in this registration form.
I HAVE READ AND AGREE TO COMPLY WITH ALL CAMPGROUND RULES AND REGULATIONS LISTED IN THIS AGREEMENT, OR AS POSTED IN THE OFFICE, ON THE WEBSITE, AND/OR ON THE GROUNDS OR OTHERWISE STATED BY THE CAMPGROUND MANAGEMENT OR STAFF.