New Guests: During business hours (8am to 6pm), we will have someone to open the gate for new guests. If you are arriving after 6pm, please follow the instructions on the guard booth. You can write us on facebook or the website at any time before midnight and we can normally get back to you within a minute. Existing Guests: At any time you may use your Key Fob to open the Entrance Gate. Key Fob: Guests who wish to have access to the park after hours should get a Key Fob. There is a refundable deposit of (TBD). When you check out, just place the fob in the drop box by the office door or to office personell and we will process your refund.
If you change your reservation length while here, we will update your key fob's access credentials accordingly and remotely. There is no need to bring it in for us to update.
Yes, but it must stay on the pad, not the dirt/grass if at an RV site. A tent at a cabin must remain in the back yard, not in the grass. There is a $5/tent charge, and the standard fee of $3/person/day will still apply. (Each site includes two guests, so if there are four people staying at the site with one tent that's an additional $6/day for two additional guests plus $5 flat rate for the tent)
Follow the walkway that goes to the left of the office. Machines accept quarters only. There is a change machine in the laundry room and it's open 24/7.
It is roughly 1.5 miles from the office and takes between 45 minutes to an hour and a half on foot. Keep in mind this is a 610' drop in elevation.
This is a hard question to answer as the terrain is too rough to measure with a wheel, and our hiking trails follow a 60+' bluff which prevents GPS tracking. Hiking the Red to Blue trail to Bridal Falls takes between 30 and 45 minutes.
No; we require 4 wheel drive and the machines may not be over 70" wide. ATVs are allowed, but we highly recommend against their use on our trails due to the difficulty for smaller, lighter machines.
Yes, we allow catch and release only at Emerald Cove. It's stocked with bass and bluegill.
The age restriction to rent a cabin is 18 years old.
Yes, we are open on all holidays and year round.
Exit 301 on I40
They are, however there is an additional $25 cleaning fee.
No, we currently do not.
All of our RV pads are equipped with 20 30 and 50 amp outlets. They also have water, septic, and are within WiFi range of our WiFi towers.
We do sell and swap out 20lb propane tanks, yes.
It is a $10 charge to bring your own ATV/UTV while staying with us that pass is good for up to a week.
We have weekly rates listed on the website, which is currently 25% off the nightly rate. Please call for monthly rates, as this changed depending on the time of year.
Please click the button at the top of this page that says "Cancellation Policy" under the the navigation bar to fiew the cancellation fee table.
It is posted on the website at 8AM whether the UTV trails will be open or closed. You may also call our phone number and the automated assistant will tell you if the trails are currently open or closed. Trails are generally closed for two days after 1.5" of rain in a single day, or longer if it remains cloudy with high humidity.
Yes, it is $20 per dump if you are not camping with us.
It is 11' deep and about 9' deep at the rock wall edges.
No we do not, but we do have high speed wifi towers throughout our campground.
Campers with their own machines must be back to their site at quiet time (10pm).
Whether you just need a place over night or are looking for a weekend getaway, Belle Ridge offers everything you're looking for!