Park Map and Rules
Moon Mountain R.V. Resort
Park Map & Regulations
Resort Rules & Regulations
These rules are in place for the enjoyment of all our guests!
Office Hours: Winter hours are: 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Summer hours are 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. or as posted. Self-registration is always available after hours. Park manager on site in space #11.
Speed Limit: Please drive slowly and carefully within the park for the safety and protection of our guests. Maximum speed limit is 10 miles per hour in the park.
Alcoholic Beverages: No alcoholic beverages allowed anywhere in the park except on your own site. No drunken or disorderly conduct will be tolerated.
Campfires/Firepits: No campfires or firepits are allowed. No wood burning devices allowed in RV's.
Guests: Guests are welcome and must register at the office upon arrival. If your guest is staying the ngiht, there is an additional fee. Please register overnight guests by 2:30 p.m. in the office.
Propane: We have on-site propane for sale. Leave your tank next to the propane station with your name & site number and we will fill it for you.
Clotheslines: No clothes lines or hanging laundry should be placed outside of trailers or motorhomes.
Vehicles: Washing or working on any vehicle is prohibited anywhere in the park. If there is no room at your site for guest parking, please have them park up by the office or in the parking area near the group picnic area.
Trash: All guests are responsible for keeping their sites clean and disposing of their household trash in the dumpsters provided for that purpose. Please break down boxes and other large items to conserve space in dumpsters. Disposal of furniture or appliances is not allowed.
Quiet Time: 10:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m. Please be considerate of others. Always keep radio volume low and observe evening quiet hours.
Children: Parents & Grandparents of visiting children are responsible for the safety and whereabouts of their children at all times, and are liable for their actions. Please do not send children to restrooms alone.
Grants Pass Visitors Association