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1006 Route 209
Dingmans Ferry, PA 18328


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2013 Campground Policies

Disregard or violation of these campground policies, or any federal, state, county or local laws or regulations, can result in eviction of visitors from the campground with no refund and/or fines from the National Park Service or other law enforcement authority.

1) General:

• In accordance with National Park Service policy, the possession and/or consumption of Drugs and Alcoholic Beverages at Dingmans Campground is prohibited!  This policy is strictly enforced by National Park Service Rangers and Campground Staff.  Any alcoholic beverages discovered on the campground premises will be dumped out, and the violators may be subject to fines from the National Park Service and/or eviction from the campground.
• Quiet hours are from 10:00 PM to 6:00 AM. Quiet hours are strictly enforced by National Park Service Rangers and Campground Staff.
• Gasoline generators are prohibited.
• The use of fireworks is prohibited.
• Chainsaws and axes are prohibited.
• The discharge or display of firearms is prohibited. All firearms must be properly cased and safely stored in your vehicle while on campground property.
• Trespassing on other campsites is prohibited. Respect the privacy of others.
• Keep valuables locked in your vehicle. Dingmans Campground will not be held responsible for lost or stolen property.
• Follow the instructions and direction of the Campground Staff and National Park Service representatives.
• Please supervise your children and guests. You will be held responsible for the actions of your children and guests.
• Leave your campsite cleaner than you found it. You are responsible for the removal and proper disposal of all trash from your campsite.

2) Campsites:

• Campsites are limited to 5, 10, and 15 people and 1, 2, and 3 vehicles per site respectively.  Group Campsites 1 and 2 are limited to 30 people and 10 vehicles per site.

3) Environmental:

• Bringing your own firewood to Dingmans Campground is Prohibited by the National Park Service!  In an effort to limit the spread of damaging invasive insect species like the Asian Longhorn Beetle, the National Park Service has banned firewood from outside the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area.
• Littering is prohibited (including cigarette butts). Please thoroughly extinguish cigarettes, wet the butts with water and dispose of the wet butts with the trash. Any trash left on campsite will result in a Housekeeping Fee -charged to the credit card on file.
• Do not harm trees. Nailing trees for hanging hooks is prohibited. Any harm to trees or plants will result in a Fee from the campground and NPS Fines.
• Picking flowers, gathering or digging up plants or trees is prohibited.
• Taking branches off live trees for firewood or marshmallow sticks is prohibited. Marshmallow sticks are sold in the campground store.
• The collection of firewood from the forest or cutting firewood is prohibited.
• Do not use water supply spigots for cleaning.
• Must use restrooms to insure sanitation.
• Remove all trash from the campsite and dispose of it at the solid waste handling facilities at the campground entrance. Any trash left on campsite will result in a Housekeeping Fee -charged to the credit card on file.

4) Wildlife:

• Feeding wildlife is prohibited.
• Respect wildlife. Do not chase, harm or trap wild animals.
• To prevent attracting bears into the campground, store all food and food waste in your vehicle at night or when you leave your site.

5) Visitors:

• Visitors are permitted between 8:00 AM and 10:00 PM.
• Visitors are not free!  See the current pricing for visitors on the Camping Page.
• All visitors must register in the campground office.
• Visitors must park in the overflow parking lot at the campground entrance.
• No visitor vehicles are permitted on the campground property.

6) Pets:

• Maximum of two (2) pets per campsite.
• Pet waste must be picked up and properly disposed of.
• Pets are not allowed in buildings.
• Pets must be leashed or restrained at all times.
• Pets must not be left unattended.
• Pets are subject to the same quiet hours as humans.
• You will be held responsible for any damage or harm caused by your pet.

7) Traffic Safety:

• Campground speed limit is 5 MPH. Speed limit is strictly enforced.
• Some campground roads are one way. Follow one way signs and arrows.
• Vehicles are only permitted on gravel roads and not beyond barriers.

8) Fire Safety:

• Campfires must be kept small and within the confines of the fire ring.
• Do not leave fires unattended.
• Do not relocate fire rings.
• The use of accelerants or flammable liquids for starting campfires is prohibited (gasoline, fuel oil, kerosene or grill lighter fluid).
• Do not put glass, metal or plastic materials into the fire or leave these materials in the fire circle. Recycle these materials in the appropriate recycling bins at the solid waste handling facilities at the campground entrance.
• Campfire must be fully extinguished when not attended.

9) Vehicles & Parking:

• All vehicles must be registered with make, model, year, license plate number and state of registration in the campground office at the time of registration.
• All vehicles must properly display a current campground vehicle pass while on the premises.
• Motorcycles must be licensed and used only on the facility roads.
• The use of motorcycles on trails is prohibited.
• Campsites are limited to 1, 2, or 3 vehicles per site.  All other vehicles must be parked in the overflow parking lot at the campground entrance.
• Do not move parking barriers on campsites.
• Park vehicles in designated areas only.
• Do not park vehicles on campsites with parking barriers.
• Honor no parking signs.
• Parked vehicles must not obstruct traffic flow through the campground.

10) Recreational Vehicles / Trailers:

• Only one (1) RV or trailer unit is permitted per campsite.
• No appliances are permitted to be stored outside of the RV.
• No expansion or additions to trailers are permitted.
• No planting or landscaping around trailers is permitted.
• No storage compartments shall be placed on the campsites.
• The space under trailers is not permitted for storage.
• RV�s and trailers must not obstruct traffic flow through the campground.
• RV and trailer stays are limited to two weeks (14 consecutive days).

11) Bathhouse & Restroom Facilities:

• Please help keep the bathroom facilities clean. Please clean up after yourself and your children.
• Please be sensitive to the needs of other campers when using the shower facilities. If there are people waiting to use the showers, please keep your shower short.
• Conserve fresh water by keeping your showers short.

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Dingmans Choice Outdoors, Inc. (operating as "Dingmans Campground") and Dingmans Choice Adventure Outfitters, Inc. are
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