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  Lazy "J" Campground

General Information and Facts Page

GENERAL INFORMATION

Season Length
The campground is open year-round.

Camping Limit
Camping is limited to a total of 14 days.

Facilities
Drinking water, comfort stations and RV dump stations are provided. Each campsite has a table and fire ring and grate. Some sites have electric and water hook-ups. Others are full hook ups. Some are primitive.

Daily Campground Fee
The charge per night for each campground site is $15.00 tents, plus $3 each for more than 4 adults. (Fee amount is subject to change).

Checkout Time
Checkout time is 12:00 noon. Handicap Access. All listed campgrounds have at least one wheelchair useable site.

Tent Availability
Tent Camping is available on a "first come, first served" basis. Except for designated group camping, or where reservations are made and accepted in advance. Tent sites are rarely unavailable. 

RVs and Trailers
The Campground RV area will accommodate trailers up to 30 feet in length. We do have full hookup sites available. Call ahead to reserve. For the spaces without full hookup, we still have a dump station available for your convenience, All non-primitive campsites have water and electric. 

Camping Ethics
In fairness to all campers, please pay for sites that you occupy each day. For security's sake, don't leave your site or your possessions unattended for extended periods of time. Please report all lost and found articles to manager. 

For Your Neighbor's Sake

Respect quiet hours and always try to minimize noise. For many people quiet is as much a part of the experience as spectacular scenery. Quiet hours between 9:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m. 

Please keep in mind that continuous, loud generators or audio equipment noise, at any time of the day or evening, disturbs other campers. Excess noise and any other disturbing loud noises will be quieted by manager if necessary. Let others enjoy the camping, they paid for as well. 

REGULATIONS

Designated Campsites
Camping is permitted only at numbered designated sites. Sites are for use by a single family or parties not exceeding six persons. All tents must be in campers own site in area provided.

Recreational Vehicles
RVs are allowed in tent sections only when all existing RV sites are occupied and adequate parking for RVs is available in the tent area.

Parking and Driving

Each campsite has a parking area. Please use it. Vehicles are to be parked within the assigned site or in designated parking areas. Only two vehicles may be parked in each site (i.e., trailer and car, two cars, two motorcycles). The speed limit in the campground is 10 mph.

Dirt bikes, mopeds, all-terrain vehicles, and other forms of motorized vehicles are not permitted on trails or on campground property unless being trailered to another location for use. 

Fires
Fires are permitted only in the fireplace provided. Gas grills and stoves are allowed. Extinguish all fires before leaving the campground or picnic area. Do not leave any fire unattended.

Wood Gathering
Wood gathering for use as fuel in park facilities is limited to dead material laying on the ground within 300 yards of campgrounds and picnic areas.

Disturbance of Animal or Plant Life
Wildlife must not be disturbed in any way. Hunting and trapping animals are prohibited. Do not interfere with animals by feeding, touching, or teasing them. Store food in a locked vehicle to avoid attracting bears and other wildlife.

Plant life
Plant life is protected, too. Do not drive nails into trees or strip bark, leaves, or branches from trees or shrubs. Do not hang lanterns from trees or loop them over branches or vegetation; these practices always damage and sometimes kill trees and vegetation.

Dogs, Cats, and Pets
All dogs, cats, and other pets must be on a leash no longer than six feet or under physical restraint at all times while in the park. Pet owners are responsible for cleaning up after their pets. Owners of campground will ask you to contain your pet if the rules are not followed. 

Clean Camps
Campgrounds are operated on an honor cleanup system. Campers are responsible for maintaining clean camps at all times. Thoroughly clean campsites before leaving: remove camping equipment and dispose of all trash in dumpsters located behind the bath house. You bring your own bags. 

Drainage and Refuse
Campers must dispose of their waste water at dump station only.

And just in case you read this far, we repeat...

For Your Neighbor's Sake
Respect quiet hours between 9:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m. 

Please keep in mind that continuous, loud generators or audio equipment noise, at any time of the day or evening, disturbs other campers. Excess noise and any other disturbing loud noises will be quieted by manager if necessary. Let others enjoy the camping; which they also paid for. 

 

Thank You,

The Management of the "Lazy J Campground"