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1. What time can I check in to the campground if I have a reservation? Check in time for reservation sites is 2:00 pm.

2. What time do I have to check out of my campground site? Check out time for all sites is 1:00 pm.

3. What time do I have to leave a site with a day use pass? You must vacate sites by 8:00 pm unless other arrangements are obtained with RRMofA staff.

4. Where do I obtain recreation use passes? All visitors must stop at fee entrance stations, host sites or other directed locations to obtain recreation use passes.

5. What can I do to help keep bears and other predators away from my campsite? Bears and other predators in the area are drawn to potential food sources. Please dispose of all trash and food scraps as soon as possible from your campsite. Secure all your food and beverages in vehicles or storage boxes. Do not store food in tents used for sleeping.

6. Can I bring my pets with me to the campground? Yes, but all pets must be leashed at all times. Maximum leash length is 6 feet. Please restrain nuisance barking pets from disturbing other campers. Please be responsible and clean up after your pet. Pets (except medical assistant animals) are not allowed in buildings or shower buildings.

7. Does the campground have quiet hours? Yes, quiet hours are from 10:00 pm to 6:00 am. Generators, radios, loud music, televisions, etc. are restricted from use between these hours. Be considerate of other campers by avoiding unusual noisy activities that may annoy neighbors.

8. Can I use my OHV or all terrain vehicle in the campground? OHV, motor vehicles and other all terrain vehicles must comply with all State and Federal statutes for operation on public lands - they must be "street legal." Please obey speed limits (10 mph or as posted). Please observe pedestrian traffic and children at play. Driving or parking off road and spurs are not permitted. For more information regarding OHV on all Federal campgrounds, please visit: www.fs.fed.us/recreation/programs/ohv

9. Can I build a campfire at my campsite? Campfires are restricted to fire rings and grills only. No ground rock fire rings are permitted. Be sure all campfires are "dead out" when unattended or leaving. Observe all campfire restrictions and red flag conditions.

10. How many people can I have at my campsite? Unless otherwise posted, the occupancy per site is 8 persons.

11. Can I have multiple camp units on my campsite? Yes, but each camp unit will be charged the full rate. Check here for the definition of a "camp unit." Please note: there is also a maximum limit of 2 vehicles per camp site.

11. How long can I stay at a campsite? The maximum period of stay at our campsites is 14 days, unless otherwise noted.

12. Can I use the water faucets & hydrants to fill containers or my RV? Yes, but please do not attach water hoses to hydrants or faucets not designed to fill RV units. Please refer to water filling stations to fill holding tanks. Fill RV or containers as quickly as possible and shut off water. Do not remove anti siphon flow devices from hydrants. Remember..."No Washing" at hydrants.

13. How to I get a refund from a cancelled reservation? You must contact the reservation company, recreation.gov, to expedite all reservation refunds.

14. What do I do if I cannot make the first night's reservation, but still want to use the reservation? Reservations are held for 24 hours, until 2:00 pm the following day. If you think you are not going to make your first night's reservation, please contact RRMofA to let us know.

 

STILL CAN'T FIND THE ANSWERS TO YOUR QUESTIONS?

Please contact Recreation Resource Management of America directly via email or just give us a call at 1-928-537-8888 and we will be happy to help!