General Camping Guidelines
Camping is included in your Event Ticket (tickets on sale now).
However, no one will be able to camp with their cars.
Get details about RV-Parking Passes ($80).
General Camping Guidelines:
- Fire safety and regulations…
- All ages are welcome, anyone under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.
- Underage drinking and illegal drug use is NOT permitted! Non-compliance with this could jeopardize the future of Emrg+N+See.
- Amplified sound is not permitted in camping areas! Please leave your sound systems at home.
- Generators are not permitted in camping areas.
- Dogs and other pets are NOT allowed. If you show up with a dog, you will not be admitted into the event. If you bring your Liger, you get in for free…cuz it’s like the best animal ever.
- Emrg+N+See is strongly encouraging pre-cycled trash and pack-it-in/pack-it-out practices for the weekend.
- As we only have cabana boys, but not lifeguards, swimming in the creek will be not be allowed. Bring your sun-showers.
- Emrg+N+See guests with allergies (and those without) should be aware that there are bees, wasps, pollen, etc at the location. Please camp in designated areas only: poison oak is bad for you, and you are bad for ferns.
Fire Safety and Explosion-Related Rules:
Campfires are not allowed.
Fire-spinning/Play/Art: will be allowed ONLY in designated areas and only with support of safety staff.
Cigarettes butts cause most fires, and trash. Always put your butts out and NEVER throw them on the ground. Carry a wee tin or a film canister in your pocket to hold your used butts. Let’s show this land how much we respect it!
Candles/Lanterns are pretty, and ridiculously dangerous when left unattended.
Propane Lanterns are effective, in the same way the atom bomb was effective: it works, but nobody but the person using it likes it. Please consider using a lower-vibe form of light.
Camp Stoves and Grills are allowed in your camping areas, but please use extreme caution and be responsible. Always make sure your stove is in an area which is clear of dry grass and brush, and never leave a stove unattended while it is burning. If you are using a camp stove make sure you bring along a fire extinguisher and have it properly placed where everyone can access it.
FIREWORKS ARE NOT PERMITTED (and pointless…you won’t be able to see them through the trees). You will be escorted from the propery immediately and handed over to the authorities.