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Shenandoah Camping

Dundo Group

brochure Shenandoah Camping - Dundo Group
National Park Service U.S. Department of the Interior Dundo Group Camground and Picnic Ground Shenandoah National Park 2016 Reservations Online: www.recreation.gov Phone: (877) 444-6777 Site 3  Site 2 W   Camping is permitted only in shaded Site areas. W Site 1   10 mph      W     ive Dr e in  Skyl To  W   North Restroom W Water Source Recycle/Dumpster Hiking Trail Picnic Table Hiking Trail (A.T.)  Traffic Flow Campsite 0 0 25 m 100 ft 50 m 200 ft Park Emergency Number 1-800-732-0911 Dundo Group Campground and Picnic Ground Shenandoah National Park National Park Service U.S. Department of the Interior 2016 Camping Reservations may be made up to one year in advance online at www.recreation.gov or by calling 877-444-6777. You may inquire on a night-by-night basis at Loft Mountain Campground. All Dundo check-ins are at Loft Mountain Campgound, mile 79.5. Check out or re-register by noon. Group camping fees are non-refundable and there are no discounts. Camping is limited to 14 consecutive days per year. Campsites Campsites are equipped with picnic tables and fire grates. Generators are prohibited. Your group must have a minimum of seven people and a maximum of 20. Do not trench your tent or put nails in trees. Leave something on your campsite at all times to show it is occupied. Quiet hours are 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. Campfires Fires are allowed only in grates. Do not build rock rings in the grate. Firewood must be gathered or purchased in the Park or if brought in, it must have a USDA-approved sticker. Gather only down and dead wood. Do not saw, cut, or break any standing trees, dead or alive. Do not leave fires or hot coals unattended. Food Storage/Resource Protection Proper food storage is a MUST! This is bear country, and deer, raccoons, and skunks are also year-round residents. Keep all food, garbage, equipment used to prepare or store food, and all scented items in your vehicle when not in use. It is illegal to feed or disturb wildlife. All resources including plants, animals, and artifacts are protected by law. Do not disturb! Hunting is prohibited. Pets Pets must be on a leash at all times. Please clean up after your pet and do not leave them unattended. There are a few trails that are not suitable for pets; please check the list in the visitor guide. Please do not take pets to Ranger Programs. Sanitation Wash dishes at your site; not at water spigots. Water spigots are for public use. Please do not attach hoses or leave water running. Dispose of trash and recyclables in the appropriate bins. Facilities Pay phones, a campstore with wood, ice, and groceries, and showers and laundry are 3.7 miles north at Loft Mountain Campground. These facilities are open May through October. Vehicles All roads in the campground are one-way and the speed limit is 10 mph. Keep all vehicles, including motorcycles, on paved areas. Bicycles are permitted on paved roads only. Skates, rollerblades, scooters, and skateboards are prohibited. Recreation Check the Ranger Programs schedule in the visitor guide for guided walks, talks, and evening programs. The closest visitor center is at mile 51 where there are exhibits, movies, maps, hiking information and more. Emergencies The nearest phone is 3.7 miles north at Loft Mountain. The emergency number is 1-800-7320911. The nearest hospital is in Harrisonburg: drive 18 miles north, exit onto Rt. 33 and go 22 miles west. Park Emergency Number 1-800-732-0911

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