Occoneechee Equestrian Campground: Eleven non-site specific Horse Campsites (HC sites are assigned upon arrival; your reservation guarantees you a HorseCampsite) 100-foot by 24-foot campsites with electricity only (NO water hookups); eleven non-site specific Covered Stalls for horses assigned upon arrival like horse campsites; one horse per covered stall, reserved separately) 12-foot by 12-foot covered stalls. Campers must bring Coggins papers for each horse they bring to the park. The Equestrian Campground operates from March 1 to the first Monday in December. Check-in is 4 p.m., check-out is 3 p.m. One vehicle in addition to one RV or horse trailer, one popup or two small tents; maximum occupancy is six people per campsite. The campground is designed mainly for self-sustaining horse trailers and RVs, but equestrian customers with other camping equipment are welcome. Trails are open, however may be in poor condition after heavy rain. The park is stabilizing the trails with material to prevent such conditions in the future. Dogs allowed and there is a per dog per night fee up to $15 plus tax maximum per dog; dog owners are expected to keep dog on leash no longer than 6 feet and to clean up behind the dog, depositing the waste bags into propper trash receptacles. Each site has a 50-amp electrical pedestal. Each campsite has only electric hookups (no water hookups) and a gravel driveway, pedestal grill, picnic table and lantern posts. Water is available in three central areas. This campground also has a central wash-down rack and 75-foot diameter exercise ring. Campers must have a reservation for a stall for each horse; only equestrian customers may camp in this area. Once all horse stalls have been reserved, no more horse campsites will be reserved. Horse stalls may be rented only along with the rental of a campsite in the equestrian campground. The campsite also must be occupied by someone. All horses brought to the park by overnight guests must be kept in rental stalls. Vault toilets are provided; no bathhouse. Each campsite is pull-through, 100 by 24 feet, and accommodates trailers up to 65 feet long. The two hitching posts are for temporary use; horses must be confined to a covered stall and will not be allowed to graze or be tied out on the grounds.