Ensuring Vehicle Safety and Compliance with Policies at Apache Family Campground & Pier

At Apache Family Campground & Pier, the safety and well-being of our guests are paramount. As part of our commitment to providing a secure environment, we have a few policies in place, which are outlined on our Policies page.

In this article, we will explore the essential elements of our Vehicle Safety guidelines and underscore the significance of adhering to these rules while camping or visiting the pier or restaurant. It’s important to note that these guidelines apply not only to traditional vehicles but also extend to golf carts, motorcycles, mopeds, and even bicycles — emphasizing our commitment to safety for various modes of transportation within Apache Family Campground.

Driving Slowly

One of the fundamental principles of our Vehicle Policy is the emphasis on driving slowly throughout the campground. The designated speed limit within the campsite is set at a maximum of 9 miles per hour. Whether you are arriving, departing, or simply exploring the picturesque surroundings — maintaining a controlled pace is essential for the overall well-being of our community. This not only ensures the safety of all occupants but also contributes to a serene and enjoyable atmosphere for everyone.

Caution for Small Pets and Children

The campground is a vibrant space where families and their furry friends gather, making it imperative for all drivers to exercise caution and remain vigilant.

Drivers must exercise extreme caution and be alert at all times for the presence of small pets and children at play. Always pay attention to your surroundings and be prepared to adjust your speed accordingly.

Nighttime Courtesy

As the sun sets and the night descends upon the Campground, we kindly request all guests to adjust their headlights to low beam. This simple act of courtesy is designed to minimize disturbances to those who may be sleeping or enjoying a peaceful night in the campground. By dimming your headlights, you contribute to a tranquil nighttime environment, fostering a kind and considerate community spirit.

Avoid Disturbing Other Guests

To further enhance the camping experience for all guests, we ask that you refrain from honking your horn, revving your engine, yelling or talking too loudly, or playing loud music from your vehicle. These measures are implemented to maintain a peaceful and respectful atmosphere – allowing everyone to enjoy the natural beauty and serenity that Apache Family Campground & Pier has to offer.

All visitors must familiarize themselves with our Policies to ensure a harmonious and safe stay for all of our guests. Compliance with these guidelines not only enhances individual safety, but also collectively contributes to the comfort of the entire campground community.

As stewards of this beautiful environment, we appreciate your cooperation in adhering to our Policies. By doing so, you play an integral role in creating a welcoming and secure atmosphere for all guests at Apache Family Campground & Pier. We invite you to explore the Policies page on our website for a comprehensive understanding of our guidelines, and we look forward to hosting you in a safe, relaxing, and enjoyable environment.

The safety of our community is our top priority at Apache Family Campground & Pier. If you observe any instances of speeding, dangerous driving, or other concerns related to driving safety, we urge you to promptly report them to the Office.
Office: (843)449-7323
PARK EMERGENCY: (843)449-7323
When reporting, provide a detailed description of the vehicle involved and, if safe to do so, note the license plate number. However, it’s crucial to exercise caution and not attempt to confront drivers directly, as this may escalate the situation further. Your cooperation in reporting such incidents contributes significantly to maintaining a secure and enjoyable environment for all of our guests. We appreciate your commitment to ensuring the safety and well-being of everyone in our camping community.