Look for the check In table and get yourself checked in. You will be issued dog tags once we have confirmed your name is on the reservation list. If you don't immediately see the check in table, ask anyone wearing dog tags where to find it.
This is festival style camping, so grab a spot where you can find one. There will be people there to help you get acclimated and find a spot. Anyone wearing a Black Dog Tag is Waynestock Staff. Just ask and they will help guide you.
June in Southern West Virginia is generally mild to warm, but you should prepare for any conditions. There are plenty of indoor options on the premises, but if you plan wisely for rain, cold, etc. you won’t be caught off guard in the event it happens.
· Sleeping bag and pillow
· Lawn chair
· Tarp or canopy tent (if you have one)
· Towels and toiletries
· Bathing suit
· Hat, sunglasses, sunscreen
· Old tennis shoes or river sandals
· Flip-flops/old sandals for the shower (they’re clean, but used by many)
You are responsible for feeding yourself. That being said, Our House Grill & Pub is located on site at Cantrell (where we are staying) and serves amazing food and adult beverages.
There is also a Super Wal Mart less than 5 miles away. There is almost nothing you can't get there, including wine and beer.
Due to the nature of festival style tent camping, fires must be limited to outer areas with fire rings. These spots are first come first serve.
There will be a main fire provided for all to enjoy, however. This fire is large enough for many to sit around it at any given time. Our Fire Marshal is in charge of all things fire related. This is to ensure all the wood isn’t mismanaged. Please check with them before making any significant changes to the fire or fire pit.