Campground Rules & Regulations

Thanks for your interest in camping with us during Spirit of the Road at the beautiful Spirit of Suwannee Music Park. While camping here at the music park we would like for you to have a safe and memorable time. Please be advised of the following regulations to ensure that you are as comfortable as possible here at our facility. 

Spirit of Suwannee Music Park is a family friendly park and has a zero-tolerance policy for excessive drunkenness, drugs, lewd behavior and or violence, verbal or physical. Please remember that Spirit of Suwannee Music Park volunteers and staff, along with the RVillage Volunteer team will monitor your activity and kindly ask you to address any issues. Your cooperation with this amazing group of people is essential for a safe and fun event. Failure to comply may result in expulsion from the Spirit of Suwannee Music Park. Please also be advised of the following standard rules:

  • All motorized vehicles must have a valid state license plate

  • Personal Golf Carts must have required insurance for operation inside the park. You can check with the park office if you need temporary coverage. There is also a $30 trail fee for bringing a private golf cart into the park to use.

  • Camping is permitted in your reserved site and designated campground areas only.

  • Excessive drunkenness, violence, or lewd behavior will not be tolerated.

  • If weather and other prevailing conditions are acceptable to the Park, properly contained campfires are permitted in enclosed fire rings or in small dirt fire pits. No bonfires or large fire pits allowed. Do not collect, or cut, live trees or shrubs. Do not burn treated wood, plastic, garbage or trash. If you do not bother other guests, you may collect downed tree limbs from nearby areas. Fires must be supervised at all times and fully extinguished before leaving unattended. Never use gasoline, kerosene or other accelerants to start fires. Firewood and fire starters are available for purchase at the Country Store.

  • No firearms, dangerous weapons, or fireworks permitted as specified by local authorities.

  • Parking credentials must be affixed to windshield/proper location at all times.

  • Quiet time enforced from 12 midnight till 7:00 am.

  • No generators from 12 midnight till 7:00 am.

  • Campers are allowed to bring the family dog and/or cat during the Spirit of the Road event, otherwise, the park has a no pet policy.

    Suwannee County Code Section 14-33 requires all pets to have an ID tag that includes the owner's name and current phone number. Proof of current rabies vaccination is required. You must bring copies of documentation and fill out the venue's Pet Registration Form. Please download, print, and fill out this form before your arrival to expedite the checkin process. Forms will also be available on site. 

    It is important that you abide by the following common sense rules:

    • Aggressive dogs of any breed cannot enter or stay at the campgrounds. If your dog shows behavior that is protective and unfriendly to strangers, please leave it at home.

    • If you decide to bring your dog and it exhibits this type of behavior park personnel will ask you to contain your dog inside your coach for the remainder of the event or possibly leave the park.

    • All dogs must be under the control and visual observation of their owner at all times. A 6-foot leash rule is in effect whenever the animal is outside the owner’s camping trailer, vehicle, motorhome or tent – there are no exceptions.

    • No dog should be left tied up and unattended outside the owner’s camping equipment.

    • Campers must clean up after their pets and properly dispose of the waste; this rule applies at all times no matter where the pets relieve themselves in campgrounds or parking areas.

    • Allowing your pet to bark uncontrollably day or night will not be permitted and in such event, you may be asked to leave.

    • Service dogs are always welcome however, these animals must follow leash restraint policies and may not exhibit aggressive behavior.

While this is not an exhaustive list of rules, common sense should always prevail and if, in doubt, you should contact the park office or an official RVillage team member.

For the unmodified and more complete list of the standard camping rules and regulations at the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park, you can visit their website link here: