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Camping at La Llanada

Like many of the campsites used by the SCA, Camp La Llanada was not designed for exactly our needs. While we work with camps like La Llanada on an ongoing basis to make sites as suitable as possible, the success of our events and our community depends on all of us working together to be courteous and respectful to others and to share our spaces in a neighborly way.


General Camping Information:

Unfortunately the official camping area does *not* have access to electricity or running water. It is also prone to flooding in heavy rain (which is unlikely to be a problem this time!) but has a lot of lovely shade.

There is no camping permitted in the central courtyard. This area will be the Main Tournament Field.

Electrical access for those camping in tents is for those with medical necessity *ONLY* such as a CPap. Please be considerate to those staying in the cabins:

  • You will need to camp on the back side of the cabins and/or lodges in order to have electrical access. There are grassy areas behind the cabins that make nice camping areas. 
  • You will need to bring your own outdoor rated extension cord and arrange to run a line from one of the cabins or lodges.
  • For safety reasons, your extension cord cannot prevent the cabin doors from fully closing, and may not present a tripping hazard inside or outside the cabins. Some of the cabins have wooden porches and/or steps on the back that make running an extension cord more difficult. We suggest that you bring a roll of duct tape with you and secure the cord to prevent someone tripping on it in the dark.
  • If you run your cord through a window in the cabin, please do your best to close the gap created with a roll of fabric (such as a towel) and/or duct tape so that mosquitos cannot enter the cabin.
  • Please don't use both sockets in a single plug, and/or all the sockets in a cabin. Many of the people staying in cabins need to be able to plug in their CPap or other medical devices too.
 Bathrooms at Camp La Llanada
 
Camp La Llanada offers bathrooms for all attendees at:
  • Reservation Hall - Toilets Only
  • Feast Hall - Toilets Only
  • Pool Building (near the Gym) - Toilets and Showers
Additional restrooms, with both toilets and showers, are available in all cabins with very few exceptions:
  • The Royal Cabins are always considered a non-public area, due to the nature of their responsibilities; please enter only by invitation.
  • Other cabins may be designated by the Kingdom Seneschal as a non-public space as necessary for medical need or similar considerations. Any such space will have signage to indicate that you should enter only by invitation.
All other cabin restrooms are available for public use by all attendees.
  • Cabin occupants: Please be courteous in sharing these facilities with others, by keeping the path to the bathroom clear and by making other attendees feel welcome.
  • Campers and day-trippers: Please be courteous in your use of the cabin facilities.
    • Please use only the door closest the bathroom, which should be marked for your use.
    • Please be quiet and try to prevent slamming doors. Even during daylight hours, occupants may be sleeping.
    • Please do not enter doors marked as non-public spaces without an invitation.
    • Please limit showers to 8am - 10pm unless you have specific invitation with the cabin occupants to do otherwise. During these hours, Pool House showers are still available.
Like many of the campsites used by the SCA, Camp La Llanada was not designed for exactly our needs. While we work with camps like La Llanada on an ongoing basis to make sites as suitable as possible, the success of our events and our community depends on all of us working together to be courteous and respectful to others and to share our spaces in a neighborly way.



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