Caesar Ford Campground Policies

Check-in time – 2:00 pm
Check-out time – 12:00 noon


For emergency assistance call 911.
For non-emergency assistance, contact Greene County Central Dispatch at 937-376-5111 and request a Ranger.

As a matter of courtesy, our guests are expected to exercise common sense and respect for others. Greene County Parks & Trails’ Rangers may terminate occupancy, or remove individuals from the campground, at their sole discretion, for violation of campground policies. No refund or credit will be given. Please remember that we enforce our policies to protect our guests, our staff, and our Parks.

Reservations & Questions

For reservations visit gcparkstrails.com or call 937-562-6440. For questions, call Greene County Parks & Trails at 937-562-6440.

Refunds & Cancellations

A refund of 2/3 the rental amount will be given 61-90 days prior to the rental date. 1/3 the rental amount will be refunded 31-60 days prior to the rental date. No refund will be given for rentals cancelled 3-30 days prior to the rental date. Camping is an outdoor experience. Discounts and refunds will not be given due to inclement weather.

Camping Equipment

Campers may have one camping unit, one tent and one dining fly, OR two tents and one dining fly. A camping unit is defined as an RV, fifth-wheel, trailer or popup. RVs, fifth-wheels and trailers must remain on the designated pad. Tents are permitted on the grass. Subject to space availability, two vehicles, which includes a tow vehicle, are allowed. Additional vehicles or visitors’ vehicles must be parked in the visitor lot near the main entrance.


Occupancy is no more than 14 days in a 30-day time frame. Campers must leave for 48 hours before returning to camp again. No more than six (6) people may occupy a site. There must be someone at least 18 years of age staying on the site that assumes responsibility for all campers.

Camper Conduct & Bylaws

All Greene County Parks & Trails’ Rules and Regulations apply to the campground. Profanity and loud/abusive behavior, and loud music is prohibited. Conduct that could endanger the welfare of others or their enjoyment will not be tolerated.

Motor Vehicles

Parking of any motor cart, motor vehicle, motorcycle or motorized bicycle is restricted to designated areas maintained as parking areas, unless obeying the directions of park personnel or a traffic-control device. Therefore, parking on the grass is not allowed. Other vehicles must park in the visitor parking lot near the entrance.

Quiet Hours

Quiet hours are from 10 pm to 7 am. If you or any equipment (TVs, radios, etc.) on your site can be heard on another site during quiet hours, then you are too loud. Generators and flood lights may not be used during quiet hours.


Fires are only permitted in fire rings or campers’ grills for cooking. Fires should not exceed three feet in height. Do not move fire rings on your site. Do not cut trees or limbs for firewood. Do not use chain saws. Do not leave fire unattended. Extinguish your fire before checking out.

Shower House

Showers are available for campers’ use only, and may not be used by non-campers. Parking at the shower house is available when using the shower or restroom facilities and is limited to 30 minutes. Visitors may not park at the shower house.


Cutting or chopping of trees/limbs and vegetation and collecting natural material for firewood is prohibited. Mistreating wildlife is prohibited. Feeding wildlife is prohibited. Feeding wildlife can cause dependency on people for food which can lead to a loss of survival instincts, create conflicts, and possibly spread disease.

Campground Shelter

Registered campers may use the campground shelter by the shower house from 9 am to 10 pm while currently camping. This is not open to the public. Quiet hours must be followed.

Clean Site / Trash / Recycling

Campers must maintain a clean campsite. Campers are to place all trash in the appropriate dumpster near the dump station. Do not burn trash in your campfire ring. Vacated sites requiring cleanup by staff may be assessed an additional fee.

Low Speed Vehicles (e.g., Golf Carts)

Use of golf carts and other low-speed vehicles (LSV) is allowed. A maximum of one LSV is permitted per campsite. Driver must be at least 16 years of age and have a valid driver’s license. LSV is limited to campground roadways. No LSV is permitted to travel on any other park road or bike path.

LSVs are for daytime use only unless equipped with headlights and taillights. LSV must obey all road signs and traffic laws and must travel in the same direction as vehicle traffic. Failure to follow these rules may result in Ranger impoundment and a ticket.

Dump Station

Campers must stay with their camper at all times until servicing is complete and must remove their camper from the dump station area immediately afterwards. Use the hose to flush down the concrete apron after use. An additional fee is required for use by non-campers.


Pets are permitted at your campsite. Pets must always be kept on a six-foot leash maximum, and under control at all times. Barking or aggressive dogs will not be tolerated. Pet owners must clean their campsite upon check-out.

Equestrian Guidance

Picket lines (tie lines) are located behind sites 8-12. Camp sites 1-12 will utilize these picket lines. Horses are allowed at campsites only while preparing to ride, loading or unloading from trailer. Riders or owners are responsible for cleanup of the picket line area, roadways and campsite area. A waste disposal station is provided near the trail head behind campsite 12. Horses are restricted to the campsite area and tie line areas, when not trail riding. Horses are prohibited from the shower/restroom/shelter/playground area or other posted areas. See the map at the kiosk and website. Trail Head access is behind the horse waste station near site 12.


Visiting hours are from 9 am to 10 pm. Campers are responsible for their visitors’ actions. Visitors must comply with campground policies.

Severe Weather

Greene County Parks & Trails highly recommends that outdoor activities cease and everyone seeks shelter during severe weather. Greene County Parks & Trails is not responsible for inclement weather. Remember, when thunder roars, go indoors.


Participation in this event/activity can be inherently dangerous and that injury and illness (including communicable diseases such as influenza, MRSA, Coronavirus, etc.) is possible. Fireworks, firearms, or weapons of any kind are not permitted.

Download Caesar Ford Campground Policies (PDF) General Park Rules and regulations

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