Camp Rules & Guidelines
- "The Safety Standards and Guide to Black Powder" of The Continental Line, Inc. & Safety regulations of the British Brigade will be in effect.
- No walk-ons. If you and/or your regiment are not registered than do not come.
- Please be prepared to amalgamate. Every effort will be made to ensure unit continuity but your unit will be a part of a larger section. Officers are asked to be prepared to serve with a musket if necessary.
- Report to the Quartermaster or a member of his staff before setting up your camp. Campaign/Hard Core/Progressive participants must also report to the Quartermaster before set-up.
- No pets in camp. This is a private site & the only animals allowed will be horses.
- Horses must have the appropriate veterinary paperwork. (Coggins/etc.)
- Those bringing horses please report to the Quartermaster who will direct you to the horse camp area.
- Children must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
- Cooking fires are allowed in the mess or kitchen areas only. Sod must be removed & replaced when the weekend is over. A water bucket must be near the fire at all times. NO UN-ATTENDED FIRES. NO FIRES OR OPEN FLAMES IN THE CAMP AREA.
- A special area will be set up for a camp kitchen to be dug. County equipment will be used to dig part of it. Volunteers are needed to finish it with shovels etc.
- STAY OFF ALL ROCK FORMATIONS. The site has a rock garden on it & no-one is allowed to climb on the rocks at any time.
- No cars in camp after site open to the public. Park in designated areas only.
- Set up time starts 12 PM Friday.
- Water, wood, port-a-johns, & straw will be provided.
- No straw/hay bales in camp. Take what you need & put the rest back on the pile.
- No boxes, stools, covered coolers, chairs, lantern stands etc. in company streets. Put your stool in your tent when you are finish sitting on it.
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