Frequently Asked Questions

What is your cancellation policy?

  • Our cancellation policy is one developed directly by Airbnb. This is a moderately flexible option for guests that allows them to cancel for a full refund until 5 days before check-in. This means you won’t get paid if a guest cancels at least 5 days before check-in. If they cancel after that, you’ll get paid for every night they stay, plus 1 additional night, plus 50% for all unspent nights.
  • The cleaning fee is always refunded if you cancel before check-in.
  • Non-refundable reservations are exactly that, non-refundable. We do not allow modification requests to non-refundable bookings.
  • Please read the Airbnb cancellation policies. You will see that sudden illness and even injury do not quality for a refund if you cancel within 5 days of your first day of the reservation or if you have a non-refundable reservation.

What is your pet policy?

  • We love pets!
  • You are responsible for any and all damage caused by you or your pets

What are the quiet hours?

  • To ensure all guests enjoy the beauty, simplicity and wonder of this area, we have quiet hours from 10:00 p.m. until 7:00 a.m.
  • Please be respectful with music, most people come out here to get away from the sounds, smells, and noise of their daily life.
  • We want people to have a great time while in the campground and this means also thinking of and being aware of others around us.

What about parties or events?

  • If you have a group activity, please contact us before booking.
  • We want to be as flexible as possible while still insuring a great experience for ALL our guests.

Do you have ammenities?

  • No.

What is your Wildlife Policy?

  • If you are lucky enough to see any type of wildlife including snakes, please respect the fact that they were here before we were. Please call us or notify onsite management if you have any concerns.
  • Please shake out your shoes every morning to be sure no scorpion or centipede has made it way into your shoe.
  • Please do not feed any wildlife intentionally or unintentionally as this may lead to a problem resulting in the removal of that animal. Store all food in hard sided containers such as an ice chest or plastic storage box.

What is your Checkout Policy?

  • Thank you for choosing to stay at Kick Rocks Campground and we hope you have had a wonderful time. Before you leave, we ask you to help make sure the campground stays in great shape. Please adhere to the following checkout procedures:

    1) Please make sure there is NO trash left on the ground around your campsite. This invites wildlife and can cause significant issues in the future. There are trash cans at every site or a very short walk away, please dispose of all trash in the metal trash cans around the campsite.

    2) Do not place trash around the dumpster at the front. This remains locked so that other property owners and non-camping guests can’t place trash in them. Leaving trash outside invites problems with wildlife and could lead to their trapping and removal which none of us want.

    3) Do not leave household debris at the dumpster. We are not a landfill. The dumpster is monitored by a game cam and anyone dumping old grills, furniture, and other items will lose their security deposit.

    4) Please do NOT leave any food in the tents, trailer or tipi as this encourages wildlife to enter tents.

    By doing these simple things, you will help us keep our prices down so that as many travelers as possible can afford to come and experience the beauty of the Middle Tennessee region.

  • What About The Neighbors?
    • ALL of the land surrounding Kick Rock Campgrounds is private and so are the roads! You may not wander or explore off our property for your protection and the protection/respect of our neighbors.
    • Trespassing is taken very seriously in Tennessee and Kick Rocks Campground is not responsible for your safety if you choose to willingly trespass.
    • Do not drive around ranch roads to see the sites as our neighbors respect their privacy. But please respect the privacy and land of others just as you would want others to respect your dwelling, home, and/or land.