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           Check-In is 2:00 PM and Check-Out is 1:00 PM     


Reservations: All reservations must be paid in FULL before setting up. Reservations can be made up to twelve months in advance. There is a $30.00 cancellation fee on all cancellations. There is no fee to change the dates. Reservations that are canceled less than 72 hours before arrival time will not receive a refund.  


Length of Stay: The maximum number of days that any camper may stay is 30 days continuous.  


No-Show Campers: No-Show campers shall not be issued a refund or be eligible to have their reservation modified.   


Campsites: A maximum of one wheeled unit (motor home, fifth wheel, travel trailer, or pop-up) and one tent, or two tents are allowed at each campsite. All wheeled units and tents must be placed on an impact pad. The maximum number of people per campsite is 12. Tarps shall not be hung from trees or used as a wind barrier. DO NOT DRAIN Grey and Black Water Tanks onto the ground, you must use Dump Stations to eliminate waste.  


Early Check-In: While we try to accommodate our campers with early check-ins when requested, these are not guaranteed. Check-in time is 2:00 pm. If you arrive prior you must check in with Campground Staff.   


Passes: Each camper is limited to two parking passes per site. Excess vehicles, boats, and trailers shall be parked in designated overflow areas. Excess vehicles are not to be parked on vacant campsites or blocking the roadway.  


Pets: Pets are welcomed at McDuffie County Campgrounds if leashed (no longer than six feet) and accompanied by the owner at all times. Pets are not allowed in Bath Houses unless licensed as a service animal. Owners should clean up after pets. Dogs that disturb other guests due to excessive barking may be asked to leave.  


Firewood & Campfires: Tree-killing insects and diseases can hide in firewood. While these pests can’t move far on their own, they can move hundreds of miles when people move firewood. Pest infestations are a serious problem that destroys our forests and are costly to control. Please contact Campground Staff about finding local sources of firewood. Downed trees on campsites or in the wood line can be burned in designated fire rings. The ONLY items that shall be burned within the campground are wood and paper. Any other items burned within the fire rings may result in a cleaning fee.  


Motor Vehicles & Golf Carts: Park roads are public roads. All vehicles must display a valid Park Pass and are subject to license safety requirements and regulations of the Georgia Department of Public Safety. Four-wheelers, off-road bikes, and go-carts are not allowed in the park. Drivers must be licensed and at least 18 years of age to operate a golf cart within the park.  


Noise Levels: Please be considerate of all other guests within the park. Radios, outdoor televisions, musical instruments, and all other noise-making devices are not to be used between 10:00 pm and 8:00 am. 


Smoke-Free Facilities: Please be advised that smoking is prohibited in all enclosed facilities, including buildings owned, leased, or operated by McDuffie County. 


Weapons & Fireworks: Bows and arrows, explosives, fireworks, slingshots, fishing spears, or any device that discharges projectiles by any means is prohibited. Firearms except those that are unloaded, cased, and stored are not permitted on site.   


Collecting & Defacing: Painting rocks, carving wood, defacing buildings, or another natural resource is not allowed. Possession of metal detecting equipment is prohibited.  


Intoxicants: Consumption or use of alcoholic beverages or intoxicants is unlawful in any public-use area.  

McDuffie County Campground Staff reserves the right to ask any guest to leave the park who does not follow these rules or regulations. Refunds will not be issued. 


Thank you and we hope you enjoy your stay.  

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