Rules and regulations have been established to protect park areas for the enjoyment of future generations as well as for the safety and convenience of park visitors. It is the visitor's responsibility to know these rules and regulations. We appreciate your cooperation.
Dogs must be on leash at all times. Dogs are allowed only in developed areas, and are never allowed on trails. Dogs may not be left unattended and must be kept inside a tent or vehicle at night.
Camping is allowed in designated camping areas only. Campers must register prior to occupying a campsite.
Bicycles are allowed on all paved roads and designated multi-use trails. Bicycles are never to be ridden on trails not designated as bicycle trails. Riders 18 years and younger must wear a helmet.
Fires are allowed only in fire rings and barbeque grills in developed areas. Put fires out when unattended. Fireworks are prohibited.
Collecting and gathering of wood, plants, rocks, or any other material is prohibited.
River Bars may be open to motor vehicles but are subject to closure. Driving in the waterway, "four wheeling", and exhibition of speed on river bars are prohibited.
Firearms Loaded firearms of any type and target shooting are prohibited.
Hunting is prohibited in any form.
Fishing is allowed subject to Deptartment of Fish and Game regulations. It is the visitor's responsibility to know and obey these regulations.
Quiet Hours are from 10:00pm to 6:00am, and at no time should sound carry beyond your campsite.
Generators must be off from 8:00pm to 10:00am.
Wood Gathering is prohibited. Firewood may be purchased at the Visitor Center or campground entrance station.
Off-Road Vehicle operation is prohibited.
Vehicles must stay on designated roads and parking areas. The speed limit in campgrounds and day use areas is 15mph. Do not block gates or other parking spaces.
Garbage attracts animals and ruins scenic beauty - keep a clean campsite and do not litter.