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06-08-2005, 01:03 PM
Are we allowed to have a fire pit, covered and screened of course, in the general camping area?
06-08-2005, 01:23 PM
I don't think so, stick. The fire pits are in the upgraded camping areas. The general camping is just big, open grassy spots.
This is from the FAQ's:
Q- What will we be allowed to bring into the campgrounds?
A- You can bring your own food and beverage into the camp ground areas. No glass containers or Kegs please. Fires must be modest and in small grills. No open fires. This policy will be strictly enforced. Acoustic music is welcome. No electrified music gear in camp grounds.
PLEASE follow these instructions if you are planning on using a grill. You can use gas/propane fuel sources or charcoal, but scavenging for wood on site will NOT be permitted. The fire must be entirely contained and off the ground. Air quality is a concern. Please keep the fires as small as possible and extinguish them as soon as you are finished. When you are done cooking with charcoal, put it out with water before going into the show or going to sleep or leaving your camp, rather than letting it burn out over time. In any case, DO NOT DUMP COALS ON THE GROUND (ever), or in the trash until they are entirely cool. After the coals are COMPLETELY DEAD, dispose of them properly
06-08-2005, 07:56 PM
There's also a thread somewhere about a portable fireplace that Team b said was ok. I bought one- $40.00 so they better let me use it.
06-11-2005, 08:29 PM
This may sound silly . . . but does anyone know if tiki torches and candles fall under the \"no open fire\" rule?
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