POLICIES AND RULES

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Toe River Campground is a family oriented and alcohol free campground.

No refunds will be given due to weather or early departures.

Cancellation and Refund Policies

50% DEPOSIT MUST BE MADE AT TIME OF RESERVATION 


  • The remaining balance will be due prior to check in. No reservations without deposit. 

  

  • We accept in state checks, Master Card, Visa, and Discover. 

  

  • You may pay cash at the Toe River Campground General Store during operating hours. 

  

  • In-state (NC) Checks can be mailed to our store (Toe River Campground, 225 Patience Park Rd, Burnsville, NC 28714)

  

  • Cancellations must be made 7 days prior to arrival to recieve a full refund, minus a $20.00 processing fee. 

  

  • If shortening a stay, 7 day notice prior to arrival must be given. 

  

  • Reservations are made on a back to back basis; extensions may require a change of site. 

  

  • Reservations are not transferable. 

  

  • No refunds or discounts will be given for early departure, bad weather, or holiday weekends (July 4th will be for the whole week). 

  

  • No shows will be charged/billed for the entire reservation.

Rules and Regulations

  • Absolutely NO alcohol or drug possession, or usage, is permitted on park or campground property at any time. Violations are punishable by law (Yancey County Ordinance #2011-01).
  • No firearms permitted for any purpose.
  • No fireworks or explosive devises of any kind.
  • No ATVs or UTVs permitted. Golf carts are permitted, but must be registered at the store and operated ONLY by licensed drivers.
  • Campground speed limit is 5mph for ALL vehicles.
  • Pets are allowed, but must remain on a leash or in containment at all times. Proof of rabies vaccination is required. All pets must be registered at the store upon check-in.
  • Only two vehicles are allowed per site at a time.
  • Loud and disorderly conduct, or profane language, will not be tolerated.
  • Quiet hours are from 11pm until 7am.
  • Picnic table, trash cans, and fire rings must remain on their assigned campsite.
  • Campfires are only permitted in fire rings and are not to be left unattended.