General Campground Polices
These rules are intended to provide for the enjoyment and protection of all campers using Tranquility Campground.
The Campground Manager has full authority for judgment regarding interpretation and enforcement of these rules.
SPEED LIMIT FOR EVERYONE IS 10 MPH. THERE ARE CHILDREN AND ADULTS WALKING, RIDING BIKES AND PLAYING.
New Firewood Policy – Effective April 1, 2019
In order to protect our forests and trees from invasive insects and diseases, Tranquility Campground asks that ALL campfires be made with heat-treated wood or downed woodcollected inside the park, near the campsite. Please refrain from bringing untreated wood into the park.
We sell firewood collected here from downed trees on the property and we also accept Certified heat-treated wood and is clearly marked with a state/federal seal.
To learn more about the pests that threaten Alabama and what you can do to help prevent the introduction and spread of invasive pests, visit https://www.
- The gathering of wood for use of fuel in the campground shall be limited to dead material on the ground except where such gathering is prohibited by the Park manager by the posting of appropriate signs.
- Please do not burn trash, bottles or cans in the fire rings.
- All firewood must be able to fit inside the fire ring. Logs or wood hanging over the sides of the fire ring is prohibited. FIRES ARE ALLOWED IN DESIGNATED FIRE PITS ONLY, UNLESS UNDER NO BURN RESTRICTIONS.
- Camping equipment must be completely removed, fires extinguished with water Leaving no smoke or embers, and camping sites cleaned by campers before departure.
- The digging, leveling of ground or removal of site landscape timbers is prohibited
- There is to be no cutting or chopping of trees. Destruction, defacement or carving of trees or any other natural feature is prohibited.
- Collection of live plant material, wildlife or artifacts is forbidden.
- Stay on roads or marked trails. “Shortcuts” cause erosion problems and trail degradation.
- The trees, plants. And shrubs are an important part of our wilderness community. They provide food and shelter for insects, birds, wild animals, protection for slopes, erosion and beauty to visitors.
- Campers must safely place and level their camping unit on assigned site without infringing upon neighboring sites.
- Your Trash is to be placed in the bin provided at the entrance to the campground. No trash or trash bags are to be left outside your campsite.
- No pets allowed in the bathhouse
- Picnic tables cannot be moved from campsite. Only 1 table per site. Primitive area does not have picnic tables and tables should not be moved from regular sites to primitive area.
- Anyone parking vehicles or boats in vacant campsites will be expected to pay for the campsite.
- we do not have Swimming areas. Our lake is for fishing only. No lifeguards or supervision is provided. If you do, you Swim at your own risk.
- No bicycles out after dark. Do not ride bicycles across other campsites.Small children riding bicycles must be supervised by an adult. Children 15 years and under are required to wear a helmet while riding bikes, or skateboards.
- No discharging of firearms or weapons allowed
- No ATV’s are allowed in the campground.
- Golf carts are only allowed on the roads within the campgrounds. No off road allowed. Anyone operating a Golf cart must have a valid driver’s license.
- Any violation of our campground policies, you will be removed and asked to leave without any refund.
WI-FI is only available near the entrance or office.
- The trees! You go to the campground to be closer to nature, to leave the big city filled with concrete for greener pastures. Unfortunately given Wi-Fi’s line of sight requirement, trees and other obstructions like buildings and other RV’s significantly degrade the signal as it makes its way from the transmitter to your receiving device like a router, USB adapter, phone, laptop, smart TV or tablet.
- Your RV: Building on the point made about the trees, your RV is essentially shielding you from outside Wi-Fi signals (and other signals too). While trees are bad for long range Wi-Fi, worse off is metals like aluminum and steel. Add to that the fiberglass, furniture and kitchen appliances in the camper and you have a recipe for poor reception.
- The signal strengthmay vary depending on the demand, your location and your computer. Our Wi-Fi is not intended for heavy use such as downloading movies, streaming videos, or inappropriate content. Should you abuse the system, your access will be blocked.
So be nice to your friendly campground staff, it’s not their fault you can’t stream the latest football game.
- Pets are allowed
- All pets must be confined or be on a leash not longer than 6 feet when outside
- We will not allow a noisy, vicious or dangerous dog or animal or one which is disturbing other persons at the Campground to remain and will be asked by a Park staff to leave.
- No pet may be left outside unattended whether chained, leashed or otherwise restrained.
- All pets must be up to date on all legally required shots such as rabies, etc.
- Stash your trash and pick up poop. Dumpsters are provided by the entrance.
- Walk your dog at our designated dog run.