Camp Regulations


The rules for Charlie Brown Campground have been designed for your comfort and safety. Please read and obey all rules and posted signs. This property is privately owned. The camper accepts camping privileges with the understanding that he does hereby release the campground and its officers and employees of all liability for loss or damage to property, and injury to his person arising out of his use of its camping facilities. Furthermore, he agrees to indemnify the campground and its officers and employees against claims resulting from loss or damage to property or injury to persons of any member of the family or guest of the registered camper arising out of the use of its camping facilities.

  • Only one camper per site
  • 5 mph speed limit within the campground
  • One car per campsite ( motorcycles are classified as vehicles)
  • Additional cars, including visitors’ must be parked in the lower parking lot.
  • Bicycles, mopeds and golf carts are permitted on the campground roads and must obey posted speed limits.
  • NOTE: Parents must have children wear safety helmets at all times when riding bikes on the campground.
  • Please leave your campsite as clean as you found it
Not Permitted
  • Washing of cars or campers
  • Cutting through other campers’ sites
  • Cutting or planting of trees or shrubs without permission from the owners
  • Use of chain saws
  • Portable swimming pools
  • Burning of garbage in the fire rings
  • Dumping of leaves or clippings in the water
  • Car repairs or other unsightly projects on the campsites
  • Outside refrigerators
  • Soliciting of any kind
  • Smoking in restrooms, laundry room or recreation hall
  • Subletting campsites
  • Dumping of lawn furniture, grills, propane tanks and/or chemicals at any time
  • Firearms, bows, fireworks or explosives
  • Garbage, trash or recyclables left outside
  • Stone throwing
  • Washing dishes or clothes in rest rooms
  • Disposing of plastic bags in toilets
  • Clothes drying lines except under awnings
  • Contact paper or other stick-on types of paper on picnic tables
  • Electric heaters
Fishing CatchFishermen, please do not trespass through fellow campers’ sites. Use open areas for access and stay on the banks of the river. During the hotter months, the swimmers have priority in the swimming area. Please fish elsewhere! Thanks!
Visitor's Policies

  • All visitors must register before entering the Charlie Brown Campground. Per State Law -- “Visitor’s fees apply”
    Most campers fail to understand why a campground owner requires their visitors to pay a fee for entering and using the facilities. Due to the extra liability and utility expenses and coupled with the additional strain placed on the grounds and facilities, visitors are required to pay a visitor’s fee.
  • All day visitors must depart the campground by 9:30 PM. Note that no visitors are permitted after 9:00 PM.
  • Overnight guests are permitted within one sleeping unit per site. They must depart the campground by 11:00 AM the following day.
  • Visitors must park in the lower lot and must depart the campground by the established times above. No visitor’s pets are permitted.
  • Please advise your visitors prior to their arrival that they will be charged a visitor's fee upon entering the campground. THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING AND COOPERATION.

> Strictly enforced 10:30 PM to 7:00 AM
> All minors must be at their own site during quiet hours
> No noise emitting equipment allowed
> No bright lights

>A limit of 2 pets per site is permitted on RV campsites
NO PETS in the Cabins or on Cabin sites > Pets must be kept on a leash not more than 6 feet long, under adult supervision at all times, never loose or roaming and quiet
> Please clean up after your pet and dispose of waste properly
> Campers must be able to provide proof of shot records for their pets

> Fires must be confined to fireplaces and fire barrels on cement blocks
> Fires must never be left unattended and must be put out before leaving
> Fires cannot be higher than the top of the fire ring
> Fallen branches may be burned
> No cutting trees or branches without permission
> Absolutely no wood of any kind is to be brought onto the campground including local wood or demolition wood. Firewood is available to be purchased at Charlie Brown Campground.

> All campers must place trash/garbage in the green dumpsters
> Recycled material is to be placed in the appropriate bins

Sites with electrical connections are circuit breaker protected. If air conditioners, electric hot water heaters, frying pans or other high amperage devices are used, the breaker may trip. Campers can easily reset their own breakers. During peak summer heat, the amperage may vary. Camping units with air conditioning will be charged an extra $3.00 per night for electric use during July and August.

Seasonal Policies

  • BarneyAwnings must be closed, water turned off and all outside furniture placed on your deck when not here during the week.
  • No storage of gas cans or extra propane bottles under the camper or campsite.
  • Please advise management of any scheduled onsite maintenance of your camper and advise your service repairman to register upon entering and exiting the campground.
  • No yard sales or sale signs to be displayed without management permission.
  • Visitors for seasonal campers must follow the same parking, registration and departure times as noted above in the Visitor's Policy and Procedures section.
  • New, replacement or modifications to decks must meet management’s approval prior to building.
  • Camper units must be placed upon a 30-45 degree angle to the road with the hitch facing out toward the road and centered within the campsite.
  • Conserve electric use, such as shutting off air conditioners when not in your trailer.
  • Your site is not transferable and not refundable should you sell or choose to end your stay prior to the end of the established camping season.
  • Lawn maintenance, including trimming around trailer pads and equipment are the responsibility of the seasonal or will be done by management at a fee of $10.00 per week.
  • Campfire wood is not to exceed 1/2 cord and must be stacked neatly toward the back of the site. Campfire wood must be brought in already cut and split. No sawing or splitting of wood is permitted.