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Session 1 runs from pm on Saturday, May 23rd through pm on Wednesday, May 27th. Session 2 begins at pm on Wednesday, May 27th and ends at pm on Sunday, May 31st. A: Camp is an all-inclusive event! Almost everything is included in a single registration fee: all meals breakfast, lunch, dinner, and a late night snack , most special events auctions, casino, etc.

A: Absolutely! Please reach out to us at info campcrucible. A: The cabins are nestled in the trees and spread across the beautiful acre site. There are cabins for groups as small as 5 people and as large as 20 people. Each cabin has hot water, multiple showers, enclosed toilet areas, sinks and mirrors, rods for hanging clothing, and shelving units. The bathrooms are freshly renovated. Single-sized plush memory foam beds are standard throughout and can be pushed together to create a king-size bed where desired.

There are plenty of electrical outlets for all your appliances. Many of the cabins have front porches. A: Of course, if you want to! For answers to cabin group questions, info campcrucible. A: Yes! Many people in the past have enjoyed camping out. There is a small discount for staying in your own tent. Not to worry, you will be able to access a bathroom. RV parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please note: electrical hookups are available for RVs, water hookups are not.

A: There are coin-operated washers and dryers available for your use, and HQ can usually make change if you run out of quarters. If bad weather or messy play strikes and you need to wash comforters or other bulky items, there are several laundromats within easy driving distance.

And no. There is an accessible cabin with a ramp and ADA-compliant bathroom facilities, and golf-cart taxi service is available. If you have any questions, please at info campcrucible. A: We are very proud of our food. You will be served three meals per day plus a late night snack. The vegetarian menu has been created by our chefs in consultation with several of the vegetarians on staff. Coffee and soda is always available in the mess hall,. Water jugs are placed throughout Camp for your convenience. For those who have special dietary needs, feel free to bring your own supplemental food items.

A: Huh? Many of our campers bring fetish wear, and some love the chance to dress for fantasy all day, every day. But you can wear anything — or another popular choice, nothing at all you may want to bring extra sunscreen! This is a private, isolated facility. But do plan for safety: 5-inch stilettos can be hazardous on the grass and uneven terrain, so you may want to learn to love those flats, boots, and sandals.

And health regulations do require that nipples and genitals, including buttocks, be covered in the mess hall. A: Chores are activities that help make Camp run smoothly for all of us and are, for the most part, fun! Chores can be anything from assisting with meal prep to helping run the Pony Show. Chore types and descriptions are available on this site. Chore up sheets will be available during check-in when you arrive at Camp and campers earn auction money for each chore shift, so make sure you show up! A: Yes — and no. We set Camp fees based on on every camper doing their part to help things run smoothly.

But if you have not chosen the chore buy-out, YES, your chore is mandatory. A: At Camp Crucible we like to celebrate with our leather families and our greater community. What better way than with a special meal! For the formal dinner, many cabin groups or families bring their best china, silver, crystal, and linens to set their own tables. The food is way over the top, usually steak or prime rib, as well as a special vegetarian entree.

Camp will provide a red or white wine, but many groups choose to bring their own. Many people enjoy having an occasion to dress in their full leathers and fanciest gowns, but others come in t-shirts and flip flops. The Island Style dinner has a similar menu not island-themed food , but a much more laid-back vibe. We highly support the use of your finest paper products, the tackier the better! Bring on your flamingos, pirates, and palm trees. For attire we recommend Hawaiian shirts and sarongs, but again — you do you. Formal dinner is usually scheduled for Sunday.

The Island Style dinner moves about; please check the Camp daily schedule. The Auction occurs twice, once in each session. Fire spinning happens almost every night up on the hill weather permitting. A: Unfortunately, this part of Maryland is pretty rural and Ramblewood is not known for their wireless, but there is generally cell al.

There is a Starbucks approximately 20 minutes from the site if you need to do some serious connecting. A:We understand that life happens and sometimes you need to change your plans. A packing list that reflects your specific needs can make the difference between a good Camp experience and a great one.

A sample list can be found here , and we encourage you to use our slack channel to share your plans and get ideas from veteran campers. You will need this in order to check in at Registration. If you want photographs made of your vacation at camp, please see one of the official Camp photographers to arrange a shoot. A: We have several staff photographers working to document all the fantastic stuff that happens at Camp. We also have a strict photo policy that we take VERY seriously. When you arrive, as part of the registration process you will be asked to choose whether you are willing to be photographed or not.

Please make sure you wear your wristband and keep your lanyard and Camp badge visible at all times. Remember that privacy policy we take so seriously? Executing it is pretty laborious. That will give you access to your pictures. As you can imagine, this is a long process! A: Camp has its own currency. Most importantly, you can use it to bid on people at the auction! How can I get it? A: There are lots of ways to amass a pile of cash.

You can check with HQ and volunteer for an extra chore or two; we can always use a little extra help, and we pay. You can take your money to Casino Night, and try and turn it into even more money. Pool your money with like-minded associates and form a cartel! The wonderful thing about our little fake economy is that it develops just as many quirks and surprising loopholes as any national one. A: Send us a message at info campcrucible. Menu Welcome To Camp! Q: What is Camp Crucible? Q: How long does Camp last? Q: What is included in my registration fee?

Q: Where is Camp Crucible located? Q: What are the cabins like? Do I have to rough it? Q: Will we get to choose our own cabin mates? Q: May I bring my tent? Q: May I bring my RV? Q: Are there laundry facilities at Camp? Q: Is Camp Crucible accessible? Q: What will the food be like? Will there be vegetarian meals?

Q: Does Camp Crucible have a dress code? Q: What are chores? Q: Are chores mandatory? Q: What other special events happen at Camp Crucible?

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