There is a maximum of eight persons per site.
Generators may be operated from 8:00-9:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m., and 5:00-7:00 p.m. Forest Service-approved spark arrestors and mufflers are required. There is a limit of 80 decibels per generator, or a muffling device is required. Please be courteous to your surrounding neighbors!
Quiet time is from 10:00-11:00 p.m. and curfew is from 11:00 p.m.-6:00 a.m. Children and teenagers are to be with an adult at these times.
Radios, TVs, and musical instruments are to be played so your neighbors cannot hear them.
Water hookups: If you wish to connect to a water faucet, you must bring a long hose and a “Y” connector. This is necessary so other campers can also have water.
Two vehicles are permitted per site. Extra vehicles may be parked in the field. Do not park in the roadway or in any empty site. The speed limit in the camp is 5 m.p.h.
Vehicle permits are to be displayed on the driver’s-side dash, and camping permits are to be attached to the tent or other camping devices at all times.
If you plan to leave any camping equipment or RVs after camp meeting, you must clear that with Redwood Caretaker before the end of camp meeting. Leave a message at Headquarters. It costs the camp money to dispose of trash. Do NOT leave any trash behind after camp meeting. The camp will have to pay for it, which increases costs for everyone.
Posts, numbers, trees, and shrubs are not to be moved, trimmed, or cut without prior camp
administration authorization. (See Headquarters.)
Rocks, holes, fences, and other objects that would make mowing difficult or dangerous must not be left in the campsites. These things get lost in the high grass and do serious damage to the equipment and are a safety risk to the operator! If found in your site, it will not be renewable, and a removal fee of $25 will be required before another site can be reserved