Reservations 1 – 7 days, are paid in full when you book online. Reservations are partially refundable pending you cancel your reservation 10 days or more prior to your check-in date. The cancellation fee is $20 per site, if you booked multiple sites. If you cancel your reservation 9 days or less (from your check-in date), you are not eligible for a refund.
Reservations 8 – 30 days, require a 50% deposit in order to reserve a campsite. Deposits are partially refundable pending you cancel your reservation 30 days or more prior to your check-in date. The cancellation fee is $40 per site, if you booked multiple sites. Cancellations 29 days or less are not eligible for a refund. The deposit will apply directly to your balance upon arrival and the remainder of your balance will be due at check-in.
Reservations 30 days or more (monthly / seasonal camping), require a 50% deposit in order to reserve a campsite. Deposits are partially refundable pending you cancel your reservation 30 days or more prior to your check-in date. The cancellation fee is $100. Cancellations 29 days or less are not eligible for a refund. The deposit will apply directly to your balance upon arrival and the remainder of your balance will be due at check-in.
For certain holidays, we have a minimum 3 – night stay. Reservations are partially refundable pending you cancel your reservation 10 days or more prior to your check-in date. The cancellation fee is $40 per site, if you booked multiple sites. Cancellations 9 days or less from the first day of the holiday will not be eligible for a refund. No exceptions for weather. Holidays include Spring Martinsville Race, Easter Weekend, Memorial Day Weekend, Independence Day Weekend, Labor Day Weekend and Fall Martinsville Race.
There are no refunds for inclement weather.
To cancel a reservation, please call the office – (336) 427-8530
**We reserve the right to move or change your requested reservation and / or site for any reason and we will contact you if such action is required before the change is made.
Types Of RV’s / Campers Allowed At Dan River Campground
Safety is very important to us at Dan River Campground and River Adventures. All RV’s that enter Dan River Campground and River Adventures property must be in good operating condition and aesthitically pleasing. In certain cases, we can “exempt” certain RV’s if they have been restored. Call to discuss an RV exemption. Fire is always a hazard when living quarters are not built correctly and / or in accordance with modern manufacturing standards. Therefore, we do not allow the following;
- Home made “campers, RV’s or other indoor living shelters on wheels”.
- Van’s, trucks, buses or storage / animal trailers converted for use as a “indoor living shelter”.
- All RV’s (travel trailers, fifth wheels, class A/B/C RV’s, truck campers, pop-ups, etc) must be or have been manufactured by an established RV manufacturer. This ensures that the RV was manufactured in accordance with and passed safety standards at the time of manufacture.
Check-In / Registration
Everyone entering the campground must stop at the office and register, including guests and vendors.
Check-In & Check-Out Times
Check-In: After 1PM Monday thru Saturday, 3PM Sunday
Check-Out: Before 12PM Monday thru Saturday, 2PM Sunday
Please check-out promptly, so other campers can check-in at the designated time.
Campers are not allowed to let in guests. Guests must check-in at office first.
When you leave, drop your gate key card into the key drop box on the office door.
RV rates are based on 6 persons per site and a limit of 8 persons per site. Extra guests (up to the 8 person limit) are $6 per day. Guests are defined as people who spend the night. There is no charge for day guests. A day guest is defined as someone who visits the campground between 9AM ~ 10PM.
Tent rates are based on 1 large tent or 2 medium size tents per site and 6 persons per site. Extra guests (up to the 8 person limit) are $6 per day. Guests are defined as people who spend the night. There is no charge for day guests. A day guest is defined as someone who visits the campground between 9AM ~ 10PM. Please let us know if you plan to bring an additional tent as most of our sites are sized for single-family use and the tent site may not be large enough for additional tents.
Driving / Parking
Drive slowly. Speed limit is 10MPH coming up to the office. Speed limit in the campground is 5MPH. Drive on the main gravel roads only. Park cars in front of campers, as far off the main gravel road as possible.
Maximum vehicles per site: 2
Vehicle maintenance is not permitted.
Construction vehicles and / or commercial vehicles are not permitted.
Fires are allowed in fire rings only
Do not place fire rings directly under low hanging branches of trees.
Do not burn aluminum cans, glass, plastic, trash or construction materials.
Do not throw cigarette butts into fire rings.
Smokers do not throw your butts on the campground premises.
Do not throw your cigarette butts into the fire rings.
Ensure all cigarette butts are extinguished before throwing them into waste bins. There are cigarette butt sand pails at the bath house and pool entrance.
Fishing in the pond is catch and release only.
Please remember to clean up your fishing spot after you are through fishing (bait, tackle box, etc).
No smoking in restrooms.
No pets in the restrooms.
Do not stand on toilets seats or the toilet itself.
Restrooms are cleaned and tended to regularly. Please clean up after yourself (sink, shower area, etc).
Pets (Limit is 2)
All dogs need to be on a leash at all times while outside of your camper everywhere on the campground, including by the river and walking trails. Dog harnesses are preferred for all dog types.
If you are tent camping, then dogs need to be on a leash and securely tethered so your dog cannot infringe on adjacent campsites. It is recommended that dogs inside tents should remain on a leash and tethered so dogs cannot egress the tent.
Dogs found roaming around the campground is a serious policy violation and the camper will be notified to vacate the campground immediately. Excessive dog barking will not be tolerated. The owner of barking dogs will be given one notice. Subsequent dog barking will result in being evicted from the campground.
Do not tie dogs to trees or where they can damage trees or other foliage.
German Shepherd, Chow, Rottweiler, Pitbull or other potentially aggressive breeds or aggressive behavior, in general, is not allowed.
Clean up after your dog. Not picking up after your pet, will result in being evicted from the campground. Pets are not allowed in the pool area or in the bathhouse.
Shot records should be up to date and proof of record must be brought with you to the campground.
Aggressive acts by any dog will be means for removal. Campers will be responsible for removing the dog immediately.
While we love all types of animals, we do not allow cats in or on the campground unless they are strictly indoor pets. Outdoor cats are a hazard to themselves and with the natural setting of the campground, there are a lot of predators that may mistake your cat for part of the food chain. In addition, outdoor cats jump on cars and trailers, which your neighbor may not appreciate. Lastly, outdoor cats have a bad habit of not picking up after themselves.
Pets are not permitted in the pool area (within the fence) or bath house.
No illegal drug substances (smoked, inhaled, injected or ingested) allowed as defined by the state of North Carolina. These acts will result in policy violation and no warning. You will be told to vacate the premises.
Dan River Campground and River Adventures is not responsible for moving personal property, RV’s, campers or trailers in the event of flooding, natural disasters or Acts of God.
Loud, rowdy, drunken behavior or disorderly conduct is not permitted. Anyone who is intoxicated and being disruptive has two options; going to bed early or being evicted from the campground.
Quiet hours are 11pm to 7am. Children are to be with parents during quiet hours. Please keep outside voices and conversations down during quiet hours.
Dan River Campground and River Adventures is not responsible for personal property damage or theft. Secure and know where your belongings are.
Music is allowed outside, but it must be played at a low volume, so other campers can also play their music outside too. Please respect your fellow camper and work with each other so everyone has an enjoyable time while camping.
Electrical power generators, golf carts or ATV type vehicles are not permitted. If the campground loses power, generators may be used. This is the only exception for power generators use.
If you have some type of motorized cart or scooter for health issues, please let us know before you check-in.
Do not cut trees, bushes, etc. If something needs to be cut or pruned for camper clearance, please let the management know.
Damage to campground property is cause for eviction.
No firearms, fireworks or explosives of any kind are permitted.
Washing cars or campers is not permitted.
Use only biodegradable products in your wastewater tanks. We have a septic system and to prolong the life of it, we need your help to keep the system “healthy”.
Campground water pressure varies between 45psi ~ 65psi.
Parents shall watch their children and be responsible for them.
Children under 6 must be supervised in the restrooms.
Teens & children under 18 must have a parent with them in the (fenced) pool area at all times.
Everyone MUST shower before entering the pool. There is an outdoor shower at the pool entrance. Not showering will result in loss of pool priviledges.
Read all signage around pool before entering pool area.
The pool does not have a life guard. Swim at own risk.
Guests are welcome for daytime visits. Visitor hours are 9AM-10PM. There is a maximum of 6 registered campers & 2 guests for a total of 8 people per site. Day guests are not allowed to bring pets. If you already have two vehicles at your site, Day guests should inquire where to park with the office. If your site has the maximum number of people (8), day guests are not allowed to spend the night and must depart by 9PM.
Management Reserves The Right To Demand Anyone To Vacate The Campground Premises Immediately For Policy Violations. There Are No Refunds If You Are Evicted.
Campground policies are enforced for the benefit of everyone and the integrity of the campground.
The campground policies are not limited to the above list. The campground reserves the right to notify campers of violations before action is taken.