FFFR19 CAMPSITE RESERVATIONS
Camping is $35 per night for both tents and rv's.
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Please read and understand the following policies.
Miami Whitewater Forest Campground Policies
Refunds will not be issued.
CAMPER CONDUCT/BY LAWS
All Great Parks’ by-laws and regulations apply to the campground area. Great Parks’ rangers may terminate occupancy or remove individuals from the campground with no refund or credit at their sole discretion. Profanity and loud or abusive behavior is prohibited. Conduct that could endanger the welfare of others or infringe on other’s enjoyment will not be tolerated.
Two motor vehicles are permitted on a campsite, no exceptions. Motor vehicles within the campground must display a valid Great Parks’ motor vehicle permit. Permits are not included in the camping fee. A 5 MPH speed limit is strictly enforced. All motor vehicles must be parked on the surfaced pad at all times; parking in the grass is prohibited. The parking area next to the shower building is for use of that building only and is limited to 30 minutes.
A campsite may not be occupied by more than six people unless approved in advance. At least one camper at each site must be a responsible adult (18 years or older) who assumes responsibility for all actions at their campsite and should remain with campers and visitors at all times.
Visiting hours are from 9 a.m.–11 p.m. Campers are responsible for their visitor’s actions and compliance with the campground policies. Loud or unruly behavior may result in visitors being asked to leave without a refund. There is no visitor parking available at the campground. Large groups should arrange to meet at an alternate location.
Campers are limited to one camping unit per campsite plus one additional tent and one dining fly. A camping unit is defined as either an RV, fifth wheel, trailer, pop-up or tent. Camping in vehicles is not permitted. A camping unit must be present on the rented campsite. RVs, fifth wheels and trailers must remain on the surfaced pad. Large trailers may reduce the number of cars permitted on your site. Only tents and single-axle pop-up trailers are permitted on the grass areas.
Quiet hours are 11 p.m.–9 a.m. If you or your group can be heard on an adjacent campsite, then your group is too loud. Generators, flood lights, radios, televisions, etc. may not be used during quiet hours.
Fires are permitted in grills or fire rings only. Fires should not exceed three feet in height. Do not cut trees or move fire rings. Do not leave your fire unattended. Be sure that your fire is completely extinguished before leaving the campground. The emergency fire extinguisher is located on the outside of the shower building. Use of chain saws is prohibited.
Our region is under a firewood quarantine to help prevent the spread of invasive insects that threaten our forests. These pests spread primarily through movement of firewood. For that reason, movement of firewood in or out of the campground is prohibited. Approved firewood is available for purchase through the boathouse.
Cutting or chopping of tree limbs and vegetation, collecting of natural material and molesting of birds and wildlife is strictly prohibited. Feeding of wildlife is strongly discouraged. Regular feeding can cause dependency on people for food, loss of survival instincts, animal/people conflicts and spread of disease.
Golf cart use is permissible subject to the following restrictions: Maximum of one golf cart per site. Driver must be 16 years old and have a valid driver’s license. Golf cart use is limited to the campground drive only. Daytime use only unless the golf cart is equipped with headlights and taillights for safe operation at night. Golf carts must obey road signs and travel in the same direction as vehicle traffic.
SEWAGE DUMP STATION
Campers must stay with their trailer at all times until servicing is completed and remove the camper from the dump station area immediately afterwards. Use the hose to flush down the concrete apron after use. An additional fee is required for use by non-campers.
Campers must maintain a clean campsite. Campers should place all trash and recyclables in the appropriate dumpsters at checkout. Do not burn trash at your site. Vacated sites requiring cleanup by staff may be assessed a cleanup fee.
A maximum of two pets per site are permitted. Pets must be kept on a 6-foot (maximum) leash and under voice control at all times. Barking or aggressive dogs will not be tolerated. Pet owners must clean up after their animals. Owners may be asked to remove dogs at Great Parks’ discretion.
Great Parks highly recommends that outdoor activities cease and everyone seek shelter when severe weather is present. Remember: When thunder roars, go indoors.
For emergency assistance, call 911. For non-emergency assistance, call the rangers at 513-825-2280. There is an emergency telephone located outside the shower building. Great Parks’ rangers patrol the campground 24 hours a day.