Located just off California's Scenic HWY 4 - Two miles East of Big Trees State Park​​

RV Resort & Campground

PARK RULES                                                                     Check In After 1pm                Check out Before 12 Noon

 
Quiet Time is 10pm to 8am                                                   No Lifeguard is on duty at the pool                                  Speed limit within the Park is 3 MPH

All campfires must be out by 11pm   (10pm during extreme fire conditions)                                    


Garbage must be placed in garbage cans before 8 pm.                                                                          No Water Balloons, they can choke small animals.


Please stay on the roads and avoid cutting through other people’s camp sites.                                 
Checkout time is 12 noon. An additional daily fee will be charged for late checkouts.

Speed limit within the Park is 3 MPH,  Simply if it rolls the Maximum Speed is 3 MPH

Place all garbage in the provided containers before 8:00 pm 
We do have Bears, Raccoons, Coyotes, and Mountain Lions in the area.
Please do not feed any wild animals while in the Park.


Music: Most people come to the mountains for the quiet simple enjoyment of nature and the opportunity to relax and visit with family. So if you must play a little background music please keep it to a level that your campground neighbors don't have to hear it. 

Quiet pets are welcome if they are on a leash and under control at all times.
Pets must never be left unattended.  Pets must have current licenses and all vaccinations. 

No Pets camping in the tent area.                Please clean up after your pet.

Pet owners that neglect to clean-up after their pets will be charged a $20 fee per incident.
If you bring a Pet into the Park you are solely responsible for any damage caused by your pet.

Pets are not allowed in rental cabins and trailers, camping in the tent areas, swimming pool area, rec-room, bathrooms, office, or laundry. 

Fires are allowed in Fire Pits and BBQ’s only.         All wood must fit inside the Fire Pit.
No unattended fires are allowed. Unattended fires will be extinguished, no exceptions. 
Always extinguish your fire when leaving.                     

All Bicycle and Scooter riders must wear a helmet while in the Park.
Please do not cut through camp sites.          

Maximum Speed is 3 MPH.  Simply if it rolls the Maximum Speed is 3 MPH.

No Skate-boards or Skates.

Pool hours are from 12 noon to 1 hour before dusk.              No Lifeguard is on duty at the pool.
On colder days pool will be open by request to conserve energy and maintain pool temperature
Persons under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult (18 years or older)

Pool is open June 1st through October 31st - weather permitting. 

No Vandalism, ill-mannered conduct or Drunkenness will be tolerated while in the Park.

Guns, Bows and Arrows, Blow Guns, Boomerangs, Dart Guns or any projectile emitting devices (of any kind) are not allowed to be used or fired while in the Park or surrounding forest.

 Violation of Park rules may be grounds for expulsion from Park.                       All sales are final. No refunds will be given.

 These rules have been developed to help ensure that all campers have a safe and relaxing time at Golden Pines Resort.




A note from Kc and Terry,


Thank you for reading this far.  How great would it be if we did not need rules. 

If everyone would always do what is right and good, the world would be a much happier place. 

I am sure all of you agree, and yet are happy, that we took the time to make this list of rules so everyone understands what is okay to do while camping.

Terry and I Love all of our guests and want you to have a great time at Golden Pines.

For those that want to Get Drunk and Argue all night, Let there Kids Race their bicycles through the park at Killer speeds with no helmets while their dog (Kujo) runs loose doing its business in the middle of the street, chasing off and trying to bite the fireman that came by to extinguish the log they had hanging 3 feet out of the fire pit that is now rolling down the hill catching the forest on fire. This might not be the place for them. Don't be THEM   :)

For all Great Campers, We look forward to your next visit.

Kc and Terry


Golden Pines