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French Broad River Campground

1030 Old Marshall Hwy, Asheville, NC * (828)658-0772

For your comfort and safety, the following rules have been established. We reserve the right to enforce all rules to ensure all guests that maximum enjoyment possible from our campground.

 

Camping Rules

  • Check-out no later than 11:00 AM; Check-in after 1:00 PM.

  • All guests & visitors must register at the office before entering campground; an additional fee may apply.

  • Please observe the 5 mph speed limit.

  • Only one vehicle & RV per site; consult management for variation.

  • Park only on your site, not other sites, the game room, or bathhouse.

  • NO REFUNDS FOR EARLY DEPARTURE OR INCLEMENT WEATHER.

  • Quiet hours are 10:00 PM until 8:00 AM. Excessive noise or other nuisance will not be allowed, at any hour.

  • Alcoholic beverages at site only; no visible containers anywhere.

  • Disorderly conduct is not tolerated; you may be asked to leave
    without refund.

  • No rugs, tarps or other ground covers on grass.

  • No vehicle- or RV-washing.

  • No dishwashing or garbage disposal in bathhouse.

  • No clotheslines ; nothing attached to trees or power boxes.

  • Place garbage in dumpster at entrance.

Fire Rules

  • Campfires are permitted in fire rings only. NO BONFIRES!

  • All wood must be contained within the fire ring. Do not move fire rings.

  • No gathering of firewood from the forest is permitted.

  • Firewood purchased in office before 5:00 PM.

 

Pet Rules

Pets are permitted in the campground area, subject to the following conditions:

  • Pets must be leashed at all times and not permitted to run at large.

  • Do not leave pets unattended while owner is away from campsite.

  • No pets in bathhouse, game room or office.

  • No pet waste on or off the campsite. Please pick up pet waste and dispose of in dumpster. You are to provide yourself with a visible source of cleanup (plastic bag/scoop).

  • No aggressive behavior or excessive barking will be tolerated.

  • Evidence of current rabies inoculation may be required by NC state law.