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Cedar Island, NC

Islands Choice RV Park

Cedar Island, NC

Islands Choice RV Park

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Locally owned and operated, Island's Choice RV Park offers places to stay in beautiful North Carolina. Whether you are traveling for a family vacation, a hunting adventure, or a fishing trip, everything at Islands Choice is to help you enjoy the best this area has to offer.

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Tent Site w/ Water

12 Tent Spots with fire rings and water hookups. All locations are pet friendly and ADA accessible. Wi-Fi is available to all locations. All guests gain access to private boat ramp.

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20/30/50 Amp Back-In RV Site

16 Back-in RV Sites-20/30/50 Amp Hookups with gravel pads. All locations are pet friendly and ADA accessible. Wi-Fi is available to all locations. All guests gain access to private boat ramp.

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Trailer Rental

All locations are pet friendly and ADA accessible. All rentals have access to private bathrooms and showers. Wi-Fi is available to all locations. All guests gain access to private boat ramp.

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Waterfront - Swan Point Lodge

All locations are pet friendly and ADA accessible. All rentals have access to private bathrooms and showers. Wi-Fi is available to all locations. All guests gain access to private boat ramp.

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About Islands Choice RV Park

Locally owned and operated, Island's Choice RV Park offers places to stay in beautiful North Carolina. Whether you are traveling for a family vacation, a hunting adventure, or a fishing trip, everything at Islands Choice is to help you enjoy the best this area has to offer.

Where You'll Be

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3231 Cedar Island Road, Cedar Island, NC 28520

Activities

Things to do on or nearby the property

  • Biking
  • Boating
  • Canoeing / Kayaking
  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Hunting
  • Paddleboard
  • Volleyball
  • Walking Trails
  • Wildlife Watching
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Any cancellation occurring more than 7 days from first night of stay will merit a full refund minus a $10 processing fee. Cancellations occurring less than 7 days from first night stay will not receive a refund unless approved.

Cancellations due to Hurricanes or State of Emergencies will be handled by park management.

Rules & Regulations

RV Park Rules and Regulations:

PAYMENT: For night-to-night usage, payment must be made in advance and in full prior to connecting to power, water, or sewer. 

CAMPERS/RVS: Only one Camper or RV is permitted per site. Tenants understand that the Park is a recreational vehicle park and not a mobile home park. It is designed for recreation/camping only and no full-time residence is permitted unless approved by Park management. No soliciting or any commercial activity. By building code laws, tires may not be removed and campers must remain in movable condition at all times. No RVs that fall into a state of disrepair will be allowed to remain in the park.

VEHICLES: Speed limit is 5 MPH. Take care to be aware of any children or blind corners. One vehicle may be parked next to your site. Additional parking for visitors or a second vehicle may be found at the top of the loop. Leave space for trailers pulling around. No ATV’s or motorcycles in the Park except for a properly tagged motorcycle and driver. Golf carts are permitted for guest only. All vehicles in the Park must be properly licensed and insured. No vehicle repairs can be performed in the Park. Emergency repairs may be allowed with manager approval. Washing vehicles is not permitted. Be aware of water runoff and practice water conservation. Parking on roads is prohibited.

QUIET HOURS AND BEHAVIOR: Between 10pm and 8am campers are expected to respect others by keeping quiet hours. Rowdiness, loud music, abusive language, violent behavior, and drunkenness, possession or use of drugs will not be tolerated at any time. Objectionable conduct of any kind or violation of any park rule or anyone causing a disturbance will immediately be asked to leave the premises and will forfeit all fees. Vandalism in any form will not be permitted. Management reserves the right to evict or refuse entry to any person who has evidenced a disregard for the rules without a refund. Guests and their visitors use the site at their own risk.

VISITORS: Visitors to each campsite are limited to three couples and their children (max of 10 people) providing that no more than one couple and their children may stay overnight with the occupants of each site. Exceptions to this rule may be discussed with the management. Tenants are responsible for the conduct of their visitors, and are responsible for making them aware of Park rules.

CHILDREN: Parents are responsible for the supervision, conduct, and behavior of their children at all times. Children are not to be left unsupervised in the Park. 

NORTH BAY: The nearby bay, Cedar Island’s North Bay, is accessible to Tenants and Visitors, but care must be exercised and Tenants accept all liability for their use of the bay. It is a popular fishing location, so please watch for hooks. The Park recommends sandals or water shoes. Fishing is permissible, but all who fish must possess at NC Fishing License. The creek is patrolled by NC Wildlife Officers who have jurisdiction to enforce all game laws related to hunting and fishing. No fish will be cleaned at campsites. All persons fishing will make sure no litter is left around or in the bay.

CAMPFIRES: All campfires must take place in the common fire ring in the Park. Fires must not endanger property or lives. Campers must not start fires in high winds or with petroleum

products or with material causing heavy smoke or with leaves. No trees may be cut down for fires, but dead branches on the ground may be used. Ask Park management about use of stacked wood.

Campfires must be cold out before being left unattended. All Tenants and Visitors are responsible for fire safety to assure the safety of persons and prevent the escape of fires to grass and nearby wooded areas. No burning of bottles, cans, plastic, or metal are allowed. No fireworks allowed.

DRUGS/ALCOHOL/SMOKING: No illegal drug use or possession in the Park. The display of alcoholic beverage cans, bottles, or containers is prohibited in the park. Those who smoke must respect the space of others and leave no related trash.

PETS: Up to two house pets (meaning that they spend their primary existence in the RV) may be permitted, subject to the following stipulations. Pets must be disclosed in the application and approved by the management. All pets must be kept on a leash at all times when outdoors. Pets may not be allowed to remain outside when not accompanied by an adult. No pets can be left outside overnight, due to noise issues. Pets must not be secured to any trees or property owned by the Park.

No horses or other “farm” animals are allowed in the Park. Visitors may bring up to one pet per family, but are also subject to these rules. Animals must not be allowed to use the bathroom on any RV site, adjoining site or on Park trails or roads. Owners of pets are responsible for cleanup of their pets. No vicious dog breeds or mix of such breeds or dogs that have a history or any bites to humans will be allowed. Tenants and Visitors are responsible for any wrongful acts performed by their pets. Vicious dog breeds include, but are not limited to: Rottweilers, German Shepherd, Doberman Pinscher, Bull Mastiff, Pit Bulls, and Chow Chows. Pets must be licensed and inoculated in accordance with local law.

Any pet running loose in the Park will be turned over to Animal Control or other authority. Recurring violations of this rule will lead to the loss of the privilege to maintain a pet. Pets will not be allowed to cause any disturbance which might annoy neighbors, including, but not limited to, barking, growling, biting or any other unusual noises or damage. Under no condition is a pet to invade the privacy of anyone's site, flower beds, shrubs, etc. Pet owners are responsible at all times for their pets, including

injury, destruction, and annoyances to other Residents, and the Park and Park Management shall not be liable for any loss, damage or injury of any kind whatsoever caused by Resident's pet. Feeding of stray cats and other animals is prohibited.

TRASH: Outside of RV and Site must be kept clean and free of debris. All Tenants and Visitors must clean each site prior to vacating and assure that no sewer contents are allowed to spill onto the ground. Failure to clean site or leave it in clean condition will be the financial responsibility of the Tenant. Trash must be removed by Tenants and/or Visitors. All trash maintained outside camper units will be in a plastic or metal container with a lid that provides total enclosure of contents to prevent

animal disturbance and to promote sanitary conditions. No more than one outside container for trash is allowed. Trash must be removed from the campground at least one time per week and after termination of term of stay. A county owned trash and recycling center (“Convenience Center”) is located off Cedar Island road just a few minutes from the park. Park management may provide additional direction. The Convenience Center is typically open daily with exceptions on holidays. Cooking grease must not be dumped on the ground, in the bay, or in the sewer system.

FIREARMS: No firearms may be discharged in or around the Park except for personal protection. All firearms must be concealed from view while in Park. They must be safely maintained and secured.

Firearms are to be safely secured during any period under the influence of alcohol. All firearms inside or outside of vehicles/campers must be secured to prevent the use or handling by juveniles.

BUILDINGS/STORAGE: No temporary buildings, structures, outside appliances, window air conditioners, etc. without management approval. Limit of two (2) Large ice chests or Rubbermaid-type containers on each site. All property must be in the confines of the space.

GROUNDS: General grounds maintenance is maintained by Park. Tenants and Visitors must be responsible for personal property, vehicles, and trash. In common areas, use common sense, and

leave areas in good condition for other guests to use. Tenants must have permission before driving any stakes into the ground for safety purposes. There is an inherent flood risk in proximity to the North Carolina Coast — see Hurricane & Flood Addendum for more information.

WATER: Water is provided from a well that is on site. Campers are encouraged to have their own filtration to remove any sediment and/or flavor.

SEWER: Sewage and gray water must not run on the ground. A positive sewer seal is required at both ends of your sewer hose.

CONFORMANCE TO RULES: Occupants and their vehicles may be removed without a judicial hearing by law enforcement officers upon 72 hours written notice for failure to pay full amount of space rental when due or for failure to comply with written rules and regulations of the park. Management assumes

no responsibility for accidents, injuries, or losses from any cause. The camper agrees to carry and maintain in full force and effect adequate property and liability insurance on any vehicle or recreational unit brought into the park. We are not responsible for your losses due to theft, fire, storms, accidents, or rushing or rising water. Connecting to any water, electric, or sewer connection in this Park constitutes acceptance of these Rules. Those who do so also release the Park, its officers and employees of all liability for loss or damage to property and injury to Tenant’s and Visitor’s person arising out of Tenant’s and Visitor’s use of the Park and facilities.

These rules are for health, cleanliness, legality and welfare of all. We know most RV’ers to be some of the most helpful, honest, and kind people in the world with good common sense, needing no written rules as they already honor the welfare and rights of others. These rules are to guide those who do not yet respect the property and rights of others.

Thank you for helping to keep this Park enjoyable for yourself and the others around you. We sincerely hope you enjoy your stay here.

Hurricane & Flood Addendum

1. Campers must be highway ready at all times.

2. Tires must be in place and inflated.

3. Campers must be capable of being connected to an appropriate tow vehicle by user of its own jacking system.

4. Campers must not have any permanently attached additions [porches, roofs, steps, underpinning, etc.] or any structures which prevent quick removal of camper.

5. Campers must be connected to utilities by quick disconnect connections.

6. Sewer and water connections must be capped during time of flooding and when camper is not present.

7. Campers must be moved at notification of a flood warning or an inland hurricane warning.

Each occupant or guest of the Park understands that there is a potential flood hazard within the Park. This is due to the proximity to North Carolina east coast. Any flash flood warnings should alert Tenant(s) that there is an immediate danger for serious injury or death or property damage due to flooding and are required to vacate their site. A weather radio with an alarm system is encouraged. Tenant is responsible to be aware of weather forecasts, especially including applicable flood warnings and make arrangements for moving their camper in such an event.

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