Check in: You must register at the office before occupying a camp site. A camping unit is required to register a campsite. A camping unit is defined as a tent, trailer, RV or motor vehicle specifically designed for such use as a temporary residence in a campground.
Parking: Only two vehicles are allowed per campsite. Any additional vehicles should be parked in the parking lot by the main office. If you have friends or family coming to visit make sure that they are aware of the two vehicle maximum at campsites.
RV pads: If your site is equipped with a pad to place your camper, you may park vehicles on the pads only. Please help us keep our grass in good condition.
RV’s: RV’s must be clean, well maintained, operable, and movable at all times. Sewer (black and grey water) valves, hoses, and connections must be in good working order with no leaks. No repair work, maintenance work, or vehicle washing is allowed.
Unattended RV: All personal property is left unattended at your own risk. We strive to make the Park as safe as possible, but encourage you to use common sense and lock up your belongings when left unattended.
Personal Property: Personal property must be kept within the perimeter of the assigned site.
Pets: Pets are welcome in our park; however, they must be up to date on their shots, have an identifying name tag, kept on a leash, and may not be left unattended. Your pet is not allowed to stray throughout the campground, or leave your site unless on a leash and accompanied by you. Waste must be immediately cleaned up and deposited in a waste container. Any damage to the park grounds (including digging holes) will be at owner’s expense. Any pet which makes noises such as but not limited to barking, howling, or whining, which cause annoyance, disruption, or discomfort to the quiet enjoyment of the park for other individuals will be given one warning before being asked to leave. Any pet which causes or attempts to cause harm to other individuals or pets in the park will be considered in violation of these rules and asked to leave immediately.
Quiet Hours: Quiet hours are from 11:00 pm to 8:00 am. There is to be no loud noises or disturbances during these times. This includes barking dogs, radios and loud talking. Only one warning will be given to anyone disturbing or disrupting other campers.
Campsites: No altering of campsites without prior permission from the campground supervisor: No digging or moving of fire rings. No camping is allowed outside of designated campsite boundaries.
Children: Parents please watch your children. We do not restrict their play but are concerned for their safety. All children are to be back at your site by 11:00 pm, after this time we ask that they not walk the campground or hang out at the play area.
Recycling / Garbage: Please only put garbage in the garbage dumpsters. We ask that you separate the recyclables and put them in the recycling trailer located on the north end of the campground. Please recycle all glass, aluminum, plastic, tin, paper, and cardboard.
Firewood: Only approved firewood is allowed in Plum Creek County Park. Approved firewood is that which has been harvested within 50 miles of Plum Creek County Park, firewood which has been DNR certified, and the firewood for sale in the main office. Collecting of downed wood or cutting of trees within the County Park is strictly prohibited.
Campfires: Campfires are permitted only in the provided fire rings. You are not allowed to burn garbage or recyclables in the fire rings. Please use the designated containers to dispose of your garbage and recycling.
Swimming Area: NO LIFE GUARD IS ON DUTY! Please watch your children carefully, and use common sense when using the swimming area. No glass or pets are allowed on the beach.
Off-road vehicles: Golf carts, ATV’s, UTV’s, or any other off road style vehicle are not allowed in the campground.
Alcohol: Alcohol is allowed to be consumed in the park by those over the age of 21.
Shelter Rental: Reservation of campground shelters for a special event (family reunions, weddings, parties) requires a deposit of $50.00 in cash. Your money will be refunded by the Park Supervisor after your event has finished and the Park Supervisor has been able to inspect the grounds for damage.
Duration of stay: No personal property may be left at a campsite at the close of the season unless the site has been renewed for the following year. Under no circumstances will anything inoperable or unable to be moved be left in the park at the close of the season. Any property which becomes a nuisance, or is in need of removal for any reason, will be done at the owner’s expense. Redwood County is not liable for any personal property left at a campsite at any time.
Site Renewal: You may leave your RV or other camping accessories on your site over the winter if you renew your site rental for another year and obtain permission from the campground supervisor. To renew your site, a non-refundable $250.00 deposit & new campsite agreement must be received by October 1st. Please note that you are leaving your property at your own risk and that Redwood County makes no guarantees of security or protection of your property. Also note that the road to the campsites is not plowed in the winter and that access to check on your RV will be limited, and emergency access (fire) may be impossible.
Clean-up: You are required to clean up the campsite and surrounding area returning them to the condition you received them in.
Refunds/Credits: Refunds or credits will not be given due to the discomfort of nature, weather, early departure or eviction.
Management reserves the right to ask any camper in violation of these rules to leave the campground without a refund.
Thank you for staying at Plum Creek County Park. We hope you enjoy your time on the banks of Plum Creek.
Any Questions about these policies may be directed to the Park Manager on site, or to the Redwood County Environmental Office, (507) 859-2005.