Campers/RVs Are Not Allowed
While we would love to allow attendees to bring their campers and RVs, the campsites we stay at do not allow them. We please ask you to please bring a tent, hammock, bivy, or a similar form of shelter. Car tents will not work as cars are not permitted on the campsite.
Firewood From Outside the Area is Not Allowed
To limit the spread of invasive tree-killing pests, firewood from outside the area is not permitted. Please help protect our forests from invasive species by obtaining your firewood at or near your camping destination and burning it on-site. Visit dontmovefirewood.org for more information.
No Electric Hookups Available
There are no electric hookups at the campsite. That means there are no outlets or electricity provided. We strongly recommend bringing a portable phone charger. Generators are allowed.
Maximum of 50 Attendees
Doubling our maximum number of attendees from our previous camp, we can now accommodate up to 50 attendees! Due to campground restrictions, we have to be strict about keeping the attendance under this amount. For that reason, ALL attendees must be registered to attend.
This site uses a vault toilet, potable water is available, and minors must be accompanied by an adult for check-in and check-out! Check-in and check-out times are listed on the "events" page.
Unlike previous camps, you do not need to purchase a pass to enter this campground. This campground is in a national forest and is free to enter. Also, we ask campers to be courteous of other campers and keep music and shouting to a respectful decibel.
We ask you to please follow all orders in place to protect our National Forests. These are official orders from the US Department of Agriculture Forest Service. These orders include use of motorized vehicles, possession/storage/transportation of alcohol and drugs, use of fire, scenic trail restrictions, protected wildlife regulations, and more. To see all orders, visit this link.