Rules and Regulations
We want you to feel Welcome at Seven Maples and that your visit
is enjoyable and safe. All posted rules throughout the campground are to ensure that enjoyment and safety. Please help us keep Seven Maples a safe and clean place for your family to spend their summer vacations.

Campfires - ("Only you can prevent Forest Fires")
Campfires are an important part of any camping trip and all our campers are welcome to enjoy a fire at their site. Campfires are also a leading cause of camping injuries and property damage so they are subject to special rules. Each site at Seven Maples is equipped with a steel fire ring. These fire rings may not be moved (state law). Fire rings may not be used for the disposal of garbage or trash. Fires must be kept under 18" high and burning firewood must be kept within the fire ring. At No Time may a campfire be left burning unattended. Fires must be put out before you go to bed each night and before you check out.

Depending on the current "Forest Fire Danger" rating as reported by the State Fire Marshal and displayed at the Hancock fire department and at the entrance to the camp, additional restrictions apply:
Class 1 - LOW - No restrictions
Class 2- MODERATE - All fires must be extinguished by 12:00am
Class 3- HIGH - All fires must be extinguished by 10:00pm
Class 4- VERY HIGH - All fires must be extinguished by 10:00pm
Class 5 - EXTREME - No Campfires are allowed


You must be 21 years of age or older to register for a site at Seven Maples.

Check in time is 2:00 P.M. Check out time is 1 P.M. for overnight sites and
11:00 A.M. for rentals. There is an additional charge of $15.00 for late departures.

Our site policy and base camping rates are for 2 adults and 2 children. Children are defined as
18 or under and reside with at least 1 of the adults. A maximum of 8 people (4 adults and 4 children) including visitors are allowed on any site at one time.

All visitors MUST be preregistered by the registered camper at the office.
All visitors will receive a car pass.
It is the responsibility of the registered camper to ensure their guests follow the campground rules.
If your guest is asked to leave, you may also be asked to leave.

Day pass Guest's dogs are subject to a $5.00 per day fee.

Day visitors must leave the park by 10:00 p.m.

No more than 2 cars, and 1 camping unit per site.
(RV's, Pop Up Campers, Truck campers, Travel Trailers, 5th Wheels,
Motor Homes, and Tents all qualify as "camping units").

Quiet Hours
We are a family campground and every camper deserves a quiet night for sleep so "Quiet Time" is
strictly enforced from 10:00pm to 7:00am.
Campers are welcome to enjoy their late night fires and
social activities but these should not be loud enough to disturb sleepers in adjacent sites.
Children, Bicycles & Drones,

Parents are responsible for the behavior and safety of their children. Please be sure you know where
your children are at all times, and all children under 6 should be supervised in the restrooms.

Playground hours are from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Parents, please be sure your children are supervised
while at the playground. Please Do Not Cut Through occupied sites to get to the playground

All children 14 and under MUST wear safety helmets when riding bicycles. Bicycles may not be ridden
after dark. Roller blades and small wheel scooters may not be ridden due to the rough nature of our roads.

Drones may be operated in the recreation field by Longview Rd. only, not in and amongst the campsites and must be legally registered with the FAA.

Pool & Pond
No lifeguard is on duty at the pools. Children 14 and under will not be allowed in the pool
without adult supervision (State law). No one is to swim alone regardless of age and skill of the swimmer.

No Pets inside pool fenced area (State law). Food or drinks are not allowed inside the swimming pool fenced area (State law). Swimming in the pool after the gates are closed is not allowed.

Swim Safety rules posted at the pool are to be followed by everyone.

NO SWIMMING IN THE POND, NO PETS IN THE POND, (this will be gounds for removal from the park).
The pond is stock with rainbow trout for your family to enjoy fishing. All fishing in the pond is
CATCH AND RELEASE ONLY, AND NO BARBED HOOKS. This is to protect the fish population of the pond.
Pets are welcome at Seven Maples, with a maximum of 2 per site. All pets must have proof of License and Vaccinations before being admitted to the park. Pets may not leave your camp site unless they are being walked by an adult (18yrs of age or older). Please make sure they are leashed at all times and that they are not left unattended anywhere on our property. We require you to pick up all pet waste regardless of where you are in the campground. Day pass Guest's dogs are subject to a $5.00 per day fee.
All trash is to be put in the dumpster near the exit road. Do not leave any trash in our dumpster that was not a direct result of your camping at Seven Maples. Do not litter your site or the woods brush around the campground.

A $25 fine will be charged for disposing of anything other than camping related trash in the dumpster
(e.g. trash from your home, rugs, camper parts, furniture, batteries, metal of any kind, propane tanks etc.)
Cutting any tree or limb (dead or alive) on our property is strictly prohibited.

A $25 fine will be charged for cutting or damaging any trees live or dead in the campground. You may
also be asked to leave the campground at once and no refund will be given.
Fireworks & Firearms
Firearms, bows, arrows and FIREWORKS are strictly prohibited in the campground. Anyone observed
with these items will be asked to leave the campground at once and no refund will be given.
Motor Bikes
Motor bikes are not allowed in the campground except for travel to and from your site. ATV's are not allowed in the campground unless they are being transported in a registered vehicle or trailer
(and may not be driven or started in the park).
Trails & Paths
Please stay on trails, paths, and roads.
Walking through campsites other than your own, whether it is vacant or occupied is prohibited.