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Park Rules & Regulations

Mozingo Lake Park Sign  GENERAL


Motor vehicles may only be operated on designated roadways

and parking areas.


Firearms, bow and arrows, and air guns are prohibited.


All pets must be on a leash, no longer than 6'.


Glass containers and cans are prohibited on the swim beach.


Camping is permitted in designated areas only.


Fires are permitted in designated fire rings only and must be



Fireworks are prohibited in the park at all times.


Alcohol is prohibited at the following areas: swim beach, parking lots, trails, roadways, and the Youth camp.


Quite hours are enforced between 10:30 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. daily.


No four wheelers, golf carts, ATV's, motor scooters, etc. in the park.


BOATINGMozingo Lake Boater


All vessels operating on Mozingo Lake must display the appropriate permit (daily/seasonal pass) and the correct state information.


All watercraft shall be launched from a designated boat ramp only.


Watercraft in excess of 28 feet in length are prohibited.


Personal watercraft operation and water skiing are permitted only after official sunrise and must be off the water at sunset.


Personal watercraft operators/passengers are required to wear a protective wetsuit between October 1st and May 15th and must have appropriate approved PFD on.


Any boat towing a skier or tuber must have a "skier down" flag on board.  The "skier down" flag shall be displayed ONLY when a person is in (down) the water, and the engine on the vessel is running.  This is to include swimmers from the boat in designated areas.


All watercraft operating within 50 yards of a vessel displaying a "skier down" flag shall do so at idle speed.


No motorcraft vessel or watercraft shall be operated within 100 feet of any dock, pier, occupied anchored boat, or buoyed restricted area at a speed in excess of "slow, no wake."


No person shall operate any boat, vessel, ski, or watercraft while in possession of an open alcohol container.


Personal watercraft may only be operated on the lake's main ski zone where the clearing of trees & hazards has taken place. 


Swimming from vessels is prohibited on the lake with the exception being the buoyed area located at the southeast end of the lake by the golf course.


Boat and other watercraft operators must have all other approved licenses for the state waterways.