of regulations can result in immediate and possibly permanent expulsion.
Your cooperation is required. Thank you!
- Because of contagious tree diseases, The Forest Service and Lost Mine ask that you do not bring firewood from out of our area. We also do not want your leftover unsplit logs or huge bon fires. There are 4 places nearby to buy firewood.
- Only one
vehicle per site.
- A registration
card for each vehicle must be filled out before pitching
- Check out
time is 11:00 a.m. Quiet time is all the time. Absolute quiet time
is 10:00 p.m.. (All visitors must leave by 10:00 p.m.) Absolutely
no radios at anytime.
- Pets must
be kept on a leash. Clean up after your pets. Do not feed or pet
stray animals. Pets are not to be left unattended. No violent
or loud animals allowed. See additional
is for lighting only. No air conditioners or electric heaters allowed.
- Use the laundry
room to wash dishes and clothes.
- Do not deface,
cut, or drive nails into trees or tables. Putting an ax into a tree
is the same as having an ax put through your tent. Do not allow
lanterns to burn tree trunks. Use chain type hangers for hanging
lanterns on trees. Extinguish all unnecessary lighting at 10:00
p.m. Avoid harsh or excessive lighting at all times.
- Camp sites
are to be kept clean and free of debris. Pop tops, twist ties, and
cigarette butts are trash so place them in trash cans.
- Fires are
allowed in fireplaces only. Do not burn garbage. Leave ashes in
fireplaces as the fireplaces are cleaned regularly. No foraging
water. Spring fed water supply is limited. Limit showers to five
minutes. Make sure water at site is not left running. Visitors
are not to use showers.
- If picnic
tables are moved, return them to their proper locations before leaving.
Keep charcoal grills, etc., out of contact with picnic tables.
- Avoid making
or using steep paths that create erosion. Pitch tents on high ground.
Absolutely no trenching. Stay in campground proper. Do not
climb waterfalls. No picking of flowers or gathering of plant life.
No parking or driving on grassy areas.
- Do not walk
on our neighbors land.
- Drive slowly.
Walk carefully. Do not block road when driving or walking. Do
not play in the road. Walking single file on our narrow roads
is advised as speeding motorists are common. Do not park on the
side of the road.
- Parents, guardians,
and group leaders: responsibility is still in your hands. Make sure
everyone is aware of campground regulations. Know where and what
your charges are doing at all times.
- No fireworks
---They are not even allowed on the 4th of July!
- Please read
regulations each visit as they are sometimes updated.