Type: STANDARD NONELECTRIC
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This site is NOT adjacent to the river. If you prefer a riverside site, please consult the campground map and choose a different site. Food storage regulations are strictly enforced in this campground. Generator use is allowed at this site between 8:00 AM and 8:00 PM. There are no hookups or showers at this campground. Pets are allowed, but must be kept on a leash and may not be left unattended.
Site G006 is handicap accessible and has 5 amp electrical service for the operation of C-Pap machines. The concrete parking/RV pad is level, and the site will accommodate small to medium RVs, tent trailers, and tents. The table is on the wrong side for RVs and trailers. The tent pad is located close to the table and tent pad of site G021. Site G006 is adjacent to a handicap accessible restroom.
This site meets ADA (accessibility) standards and also offers a 5 amp electrical outlet intended for the purpose of operating medical equipment ONLY, e.g. a CPAP machine. ADA sites with an outlet are A3, D9 and G6. These sites will be rented in advance ONLY to persons requiring the electrical outlet for medical use ONLY, except that they will be rented to other persons requiring an ADA site if all other ADA sites are reserved. Persons desiring to use the 5 amp electrical outlet will be required to show written proof upon arrival of a need to operate medical equipment, i.e. a doctor's prescription. There is no extra fee for electricity.
Please see the notice at the top of the page regarding use of these sites. ADA sites without electricity are A4 and 26, E3 and 13, G2 and 4 and H13.
The use of generators is prohibited in areas of the campground that are designated generator free. Generator waivers, which permitted the use of a generator at night to operate medical equipment, are no longer issued in campgrounds that have ADA sites with electricity.
Firewood Restriction: Only heat-treated firewood bundled in its original packing and bearing a certification seal from the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) or a state department of agriculture may be brought into the park. This rule is strictly enforced. Campers may also collect dead and down wood in the park for campfires.
There are no showers or electric hook ups in the campground.