Harrison Bluffs Campground

Rules & Safety

Campground Rules

Our Goal is to provide a safe and enjoyable experience for all of our patrons.

Campers understand that by accepting your passes and entering the Campground, you and persons staying with or visiting your campsite agree to read, abide by and obey all Harrison Bluff’s Campground Rules and local, state, and federal laws while inside the Campground. The person who registered for the campsite(s) is responsible for the actions of all persons staying with or visiting the Campground.

The following rules will be enforced throughout your stay at Harrison Bluff’s Campground. Failure to adhere to these rules can result in immediate removal from the property. We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone. Our goal is for all of our guests to have a safe and exciting experience!

Quiet Hours

QUIET HOURS are from sunset to 9am. No amplified speakers at any time.

Respect Neighbors

Do not enter private property. Do not enter other campsites. Do not walk/drive through or park in other people’s campsite.

Book Before You Arrive

ALL SITES must be booked and paid before arriving.

Drive Carefully

5 MPH Speed Limit. A 4-wheel-drive vehicle is recommended. Please drive carefully. Watch out for other campers and pets.

Parking is Limited

DO NOT BLOCK INTERIOR ROADS. All vehicles must fit on your site. All drivers must provide access for emergency vehicles such as fire trucks or ambulances, should they become necessary. Do not block entry/ext access, your neighbors, or port-a-potty.

Please Dispose of Your Garbage

NO loose garbage. Please make sure glass is not left on the ground. Please place garbage in the trash bins and close the lids.

Please Behave. Have Fun!

Lewd behavior, nudity, profanity and illegal activity will not be tolerated at any time. This is a family-friendly environment. Campers are expected to adhere to all local, state, and federal laws.

Pets Are Allowed

Dogs must be on a leash at all times. Don’t let your dog wander into other campsites or our neighbors properties.

If You Have a Pet Bring Doggy Bags

Clean up after your pets and restrain them as needed.

You Are Responsible for Your Party

If you invite guests from outside the campground, you will be held responsible for their actions. If problems arise, you and your guests will be removed from the campground.

24 Hour Surveillance

We are on site 24/7. You are responsible for your property. Please lock and secure your belongings.

Campfire Rules. Safety First!

All campfires must be contained in a fire ring.
You are responsible for your own campfire.
Bring your own firewood, we do not supply firewood.
Never leave a fire unattended.
Always have a fire extinguisher or bucket of sand or water nearby.
We reserve the right to extinguish any campfires we find to be dangerous in any way.
Fire pits must be free of nails, glass, and garbage. Please clean up afterwards.
All campfires must be in a designated areas where they will not constitute fire hazards to vegetation, undergrowth, trees, recreational vehicles, RV’s, campers, vehicles, buildings, and structures.

No Large Gatherings

This includes bands, DJ’s, parties, etc.

No Fireworks.
No Chainsaws.
No Generators.
No Outside Guests Overnight.
No Firearms Usage Except for 2A Situations. ‘merica.

Fire Rules

All campfires must be contained in a fire ring.

You are responsible for your own campfire.

Never leave a fire unattended.

Always have a fire extinguisher or bucket of sand or water nearby.

Fire pits must be free of nails, glass, and garbage. Please clean up afterwards.

Be Prepared

Bring your own firewood, we do not supply firewood.

Clean Up Please

Try to keep cooking at a minimum over fire pits. Bring a BBQ.

Be Aware

All campfires must be in designated areas. Never leave a fire unattended.

We Hope You Stay Safe and Have Fun!

Harrison, ID, USA

When you’re ready to step away from camp, the incredible Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes bike path is just minutes away. It follows the Union Pacific Railroad right-of-way from Mullan, a mountain mining town near the Montana border, to Plummer, a town on the prairie near the Washington border, offering one of the premier rails-to-trail routes in the Pacific Northwest. You and your crew will revel in the rich history as you enjoy the trail. With plenty of rest stops along the route, it’s perfect for cycling, hiking, or skating.

As if you needed another reason to stay, enjoy ice cream or wine tasting just a few minutes away in Harrison. You’ll love the charm of the locals and the town's rich history as you embrace the luxury of time away. Harrison is a welcoming town with plenty of locally owned shops, perfect for stopping in for a bite to eat or a trip to the historical museum.

Whether you’re looking to unleash your sense of adventure or relax and unwind in nature, Harrison Bluffs has everything you’re looking for. Reserve your stay now. We can’t wait to welcome you.

Harrison Bluffs Campground, Harrison, ID, USA
camp@harrisonbluffs.com

834 S Woodlawn Drive, Harrison, ID 83833

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