Bristol Campground's ONE RULE
We figure that if your Momma raised you right, you'll know what that means.|
If she didn't, then we'll let Momma explain it to you...
EVERYONE IN YOUR PARTY SHOULD BE AWARE OF THESE RULES BEFORE THEY ENTER THE PREMISES AT BRISTOL CAMPGROUND.
RESERVATIONS -- When you ask for a specific site or group of sites we try to honor your request, but we do not guarantee you will get the exact site you requested. Groups should enter a separate reservation for each site you wish to reserve in the name of the person who will be occupying that site. Note in the comments section the name of the group. The person listed on the reservation will be responsible for paying for the reservation upon arrival. You will be charged for any site that is not cancelled by the Wednesday of Race Week. You may remit payment to Bristol Campground, C/O Bill Gaines, 1116 Brown Mill Road, Unicoi, TN 37692. Do not remit prepayment. Pay only if you failed to cancel and did not occupy or pay for your a site you reserved. To Cancel a reservation you must send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and specify the name and confirmation # you are cancelling. Phone cancellations are not acceptable. If your rig exceeds 50' in length and you plan to remain hooked up, you really need two sites.
RESPECT FOR YOUR NEIGHBORS AND OUR CAMPGROUND - Park only on your assigned site. Do not move to another site without approval from the campground office. If you have an extra car, it must be parked on your site as well. No site may have more than two vehicles on it. If you have other registered vehicles, they must be parked in the overflow lot in front. If your camper or vehicles are parked on someone elses assigned site, they will be towed to an impound lot at your expense. Every site at Bristol Campground is a reserved site. Stay on the main roads, and do not cut across other peoples sites to get to your site. Anyone intentionally doing damage to the campground property will be charged a minimum $250 restoration fee.
GENERATORS - We allow generators. We just ask that you respect your neighbors. If you know your generator is noisy, try to baffle the sound with foam board or something, and don't run it all night long. Quiet Hours are between 1AM and 6AM. All generators must be turned off by 1AM with the exception of folks using necessary medical apparatus and special weather circumstances such as extreme heat or cold.
CAMPFIRES - We allow campfires. You may purchase firewood on site for reasonable prices. The Fire Marshall has insisted that all campfires be contained within a fire ring. A fire ring can be as simple as rocks, bricks, blocks, or an old tire rim. We have a good supply of these materials on site for free. Please do not bring pallets or wood with nails. This is a serious offense which could get you kicked out fast. Please clean up your firepit before you leave & don't leave rock or blocks on the campsite. We have dumpsters. The Fire Marshall may impose a city-wide burning ban if conditions become dangerously dry. The Tennessee Department of Forestry has imposed a ban on wood from Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Michigan, and Maryland. They actively seek out firewood from these states, confiscate it and burn it.
PETS - We allow pets. We ask you to use discretion in bringing your pet. If your pet bites or could be considered dangerous, don't bring it. You will be responsible for any injury or damage your pet causes. If your pet barks so much it would be a nuisance to your fellow campers, don't bring it. Otherwise, we love pets too, so bring it on. Please keep your pet under control at the campground and clean up after it.
ALL ATV'S, 4 Wheelers, 3 Wheelers, Souped up Golf Carts and Mini Bikes are PERMANENTLY BANNED FROM Bristol Campground due to continued abuse of the rules and damage to our property. Golf Carts are allowed, but must be driven safely or it will be parked or confiscated. You must register your golf cart at the front office before operating it on the property. There will be a $10 fee to cover administrative costs. You may not operate a vehicle while consuming or under the influence of alcohol, and you must obey the 10 mph speed limit and not drive recklessly. You must operate only on campground roads, and carry no more passengers than your vehicle was designed for. If you do not operate within the rules, you will be asked to park your vehicle or leave without refund. These rules are for the safety of all of our campers and were made necessary because a few could not exercise good common sense.
HAVIN' A GOOD TIME - We want everyone to have a good time. Please keep your neighbor in mind when having a good time and don't get too loud. After 1 AM the noise level must be minimal. Out of control behavior, loud cursing, fighting, etc. could result in instant expulsion from the campground without refund. We have security and we won't hesitate to call the police. It is our intent to keep our campground a safe, secure, and friendly campground at all times. Anti-social behavior will not be tolerated. If you can't live with that, you are at the wrong campground.
BRISTOL CAMPGROUND IS NOT RESPONSIBLE
FOR THEFT, ACCIDENT, OR INJURY. WHEN YOU COME IN THE GATE, YOU ARE ACCEPTING AND AGREEING WITH THIS POLICY. IF YOU DO NOT ACCEPT THE FACT THAT BRISTOL CAMPGROUND WILL NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR THEFT, ACCIDENT OR INJURY, THEN YOU SHOULD NOT STAY HERE. WE DO WORK VERY HARD TO MAKE SURE THAT BOTH YOU AND YOUR PROPERTY ARE SAFE HERE.
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO HAVE ANYONE REMOVED FROM
THE CAMPGROUND WITHOUT REFUND AT OUR DISCRETION.
MAKE SURE THAT EVERYONE IN YOUR GROUP IS AWARE OF THESE RULES. THAT IS THE RESPONSIBLITY OF THE PERSON WHO MAKES THE RESERVATION, BECAUSE YOU WILL BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CONDUCT OF YOUR GUESTS.