So that we may provide a safe, sustainable and enjoyable camping environment for all visitors, please observe the following rules and regulations. Complete regulations are available on the DCR Agency Regulations webpage.
- Alcoholic beverages are prohibited in all MA state parks and campgrounds.
- Quiet hours are 10:00 pm to 7:00 am. Generators may be used during quiet hours for medical purposes only.
- Equipment is limited to two tents or one camping vehicle and one tent.
- Campsites are limited to 4 adults, or 2 adults and the children in their care.
Enjoying Your Stay
- Check-in time is 1:00pm – 9:30pm; customer ID is required to register; and equipment must be setup on campsite.
- Campers and camping equipment may not stay for longer than 14 cumulative days between Memorial Day and Labor Day at any one campground.
- Visitors are permitted 8:00am – 8:00pm and must pay the daily parking or visitor fee.
- Check-out time is any time before 11:00am.
Keep Your Children Safe
- Never leave children unattended.
- Children under the age of 17 must wear a bicycle helmet.
- PLEASE - no outside firewood. Firewood must be purchased from park staff or at the camp store.
- Confine campfires to designated fireplaces; never leave them unattended; and extinguish fires by midnight.
Camping with Animals
- Rabies certificate is required at check-in; keep pets leashed at all times; never leave them unattended; and please cleanup and properly dispose of wastes.
- Only 4 pets per campsite; pets are prohibited from all cabins, yurts and the encompassing sites.
- Proof of current coggins test is required when camping with horses at Myles Standish, Charge Pond Area C.
Keep it Clean
- Please keep your campsite neat and free of trash. Use dumpsters and recycling receptacles provided.
- Wash your dishes in the dishwashing station where provided, or on your site, not in bathroom sinks or at public faucets.
- Black bears, raccoons,squirrels and other wildlife are regular visitors to many of our campgrounds. Never approach, feed or entice wildlife.
- Never leave food unattended and keep all food, coolers, cooking supplies and equipment in your vehicle when not in use. Use food storage lockers, where available