- Alcoholic beverages are not allowed in County Parks with the exception
of a paid reservation at Woodland Hall Banquet Facility.
- Dogs must be on leash at all times. Please be considerate and pick
up your dog's excrement on park grounds. Horses are not permitted.
- Weapons are prohibited except concealed handguns, with proper permit,
as allowed by County Ordinance and the N.C. General Statutes. Warning: School
sponsored curricular and extracurricular activities occur in this park. It is a
felony to knowingly possess or carry whether openly or concealed any firearm to
any activity sponsored by a school.
- Presenting abusive language and/or behavior may result in expulsion from the park.
- Metal detectors or motorized equipment are not permitted. It is unlawful to operate
go-carts, motorized trail bikes, mini bikes, all terrain vehicles, hobby equipment
(cars, rockets, etc.) etc. on park grounds.
- A maintenance fee of $250 will be charged for any maintenance above and beyond normal
use plus the cost of repairing damages and replacing damaged or missing items. Nailing,
stapling, or taping decorations to park structures is not permitted. Picnic
tables may not be moved.
- Park grills are designed for charcoal only. It is unlawful to gather
and burn wood on County Park property. Personal grills, less than 24"
in diameter, may be used. Grills may be used outside the shelter only.
- Disposal of grease is not permitted in the park, and if you cook with oil you must
take it with you after the reservation and take proper precautions to prevent oil
spillage or burns to park patrons. A grease pan must be placed under the grill.
- Canopies must be 12' X 12' or smaller. Canopies may not be staked into the ground.
Erecting canopies is not permitted in any other County Park, except Tanglewood with
additional charges. Erecting tents is always prohibited at all County Parks.
- All vehicles must be parked in parking spaces provided. Parking on the grass or
alongside roads is prohibited. No camping.
- Do not exceed maximum capacity at shelters. Canopies cannot be used to extend maximum
capacity. If capacity is exceeded, it overwhelms parking lots, restrooms, etc.,
and will cause Forsyth County Parks & Rec. to deny users entry into Park as well
as deny future reservations.
- No commercial or fundraising use of County Parks is permitted with
the exception of a rental of Woodland Hall Banquet Facility with prior approval
or prior approval for a walk or special event. This includes no clinics, professional
trainings, and for-profit classes or events. Solicitation is prohibited.
- Amplified music/PA systems can be used only at Triad Park Shelters
(#1, 4, 6, and 7) and Woodland Hall. Music must be only loud enough to be heard
at shelter only.
- Dunking booths are permitted only at Triad Park in the designated location
in the parking lot at Shelter 1. Groups will have to schedule their exact ETA with
the office and booth vendor to coordinate filling. Vendor must provide plywood under
the dunking booth to prevent damage to asphalt. Park staff will meet the group and
booth vendor at the designated ETA to assist with the initial filling of the booth.
The water key and hoses will not be left onsite at the booth after the initial filling.
Water can be dumped in the parking lot so that water will flow into a storm drain.
No anchors or stakes are allowed.
- The following is not permitted at Triad Park: water slides, amusement rides or equipment,
petting zoos, pony rides, hot air balloons, helicopters, fireworks, sparklers, confetti,
chalk, water balloons, water guns/pistols or unauthorized oversized vehicles. Check
with reservations staff for exceptions at Special Events.
- Kite flying is allowed in certain areas as designated by park staff, but not over
walking paths or other areas as determined by park staff. Hitting golf balls is
not permitted in the parks.
- Disposal or release of waterfowl, rabbits, or other pets is prohibited at County
- No items may be anchored or staked into asphalt or grass areas--weighted anchors
- Violation of any of the park rules may result in expulsion with denial of
future rental privileges.