As a visitor to Sugar Hollow Park, you must follow certain rules to protect the, forest, wet lands, and to ensure your enjoyment, health, and safety. Visitors found in violation of rules below may face removal from the facilities, and the possibility of legal action.
1. You must be 18 years of age or older to register for a campsite.
2. Campgrounds and other recreation sites can be used only for recreational purposes. Permanent use of use as a principal residence is not allowed.
3. Camping equipment must be of safe and uniform structure. Meaning a camper, or tent designed for recreational camping is the only acceptable equipment authorized in Sugar Hollow Campground.
4. Maximum length of stay is 30 days per calendar year with maximum stay of 14 consecutive days at any given time.
5. No more than 2 units per site(2 tents, or 1 camper and 1 tent). One additional vehicle is allowed per individual site.
6. No loud or excessive noise. Televisions, radios,etc. should be heard at the site you're occupying only. Loud and boisterous gatherings will not be permitted.
7. Only registered campers are permitted after 10 p.m. You are responsible for the registration and behavior of any visitors to your site. Visitors must register with the ranger office and then leave the campground by 10 p.m.
8. Check out time is 2 p.m. If you are late leaving, you can be charged for an additional night.
9. Alcoholic beverages are strictly prohibited.
10. Camping allowed only in designated sites. Do not camp in the woods or on grass. You are responsible for your children. Please do not let them wander through others site, or leave them unattended. Vandalism and disrespect for persons or property will not be tolerated.
11. Camping equipment cannot be left unattended for more than 24 hours without permission by the Park Ranger.
12. Quiet hours are from 10 p.m. to 8 a.m. Turn off all music and refrain from any loud activities or noises. Generators may be used for a total of no more than 3 hours between 8 a.m. and 10 p.m.
13. Remove all personal property and put your trash in refuse container when leaving. Garbage containers are reserved for the use of campers and visitors only.
14. Water is for personal use only. Washing cars,boats or RVs is prohibited.
15. Do not wash food, clothing, dishes, or personal items in restrooms or at water hydrants. Electric cords may not be used in restrooms. Use water faucets for drawing water only.
16. Do not throw garbage, litter, or other foreign substances in toilets and plumbing fixtures.
17. PETS are the sole and full responsibility of the owners. You are responsible for cleaning up after them, keeping them leashed(Maximum 6ft leash), and well behaved within the grounds at all times. Disturbing the neighbors by the pets is not permitted.
18. Firearms without legal permits are prohibited.This includes -air guns, BB guns, slingshots, paint ball guns and fireworks.
19. Police- If the police are called on behalf of any camper, Sugar Hollow Campground has the authority to require those campers to leave the campground immediately.
20. Violators of the rules and regulations can be requested to leave without a refund.
21. The Camping Season is from the first week before the Spring Bristol Race(usually in March), until the last weekend in October.
Sugar Hollow Rules for FIRE
1. No open fires! Fires in fire rings and grills only.
2. Do not put cans, bottles, plastic, food, or rocks in grills.
3. Do not start fires with gasoline or camping fuel. Keep flammable materials away from grills.
5. Be sure your fire is completely extinguished before leaving your site or going to sleep at night.

Management reserves the right to make necessary changes in the rules and regulations to be in the best interest of the campground. Anyone refusing to abide by the rules and regulations or creating a disturbance will be asked to leave without refund. Sugar Hollow Campground assumes no responsibility for the health or safety of the Recreational Campers, their families, or guest. All activities within the campground shall be deemed at one's own risk. These activities shall include, but are not limited to hiking, biking, using playground equipment, and/or participating in any other recreational activity.