The maximum number of camping accommodation units, motor vehicles, and towed equipment permitted on a campsite is three, and only two of these may be used as sleeping quarters (accommodation units).
Exception: if two tents are used as sleeping quarters (accommodation units), two motor vehicles, or one motor vehicle and one piece of towed equipment are permitted on the campsite if it is large enough.
The camping fee is charged for each accommodation unit on a campsite, unless one or both of the accommodation units on a campsite are tents.
Camping accommodation unit = tent, tent trailer, trailer, fifth wheel, motorhome, van or truck camper, converted bus, travel trailer, or other motorized accommodation unit, used by a person as shelter equipment while camping.
No more than six people may occupy a campsite unless they’re all members of the same single-family unit.
A campsite must be large enough to accommodate the maximum number of allowable units. Depending on a campsite’s design and dimensions, the campground may decide that only one camping accommodation unit is permitted. Call the campground directly to find out if a second unit will be permitted upon check-in.