Greetings, all. Randy here, the camping/medical needs, security chair. We had a site visit this past weekend and I think most folks will like the site. Grass almost everywhere, paved roadways, not many trees, but that's OK. Usually (!) in northern Michigan it doesn't get that warm. (go ahead make a liar out of me) The lake is across the road, so we should have some cooling from that. There is an area along the south end ofthe facility that has dirt campsites, some with power, and they are a bit more secluded, but up higher. The rest of the site is pretty flat. For information purposes, there are some barns on site, but they will not be open for camping. The special medical needs area is in the NE corner of the site, with grass and plenty of power outlets. There are other power outlets scattered about the rally site, for those who really need it. One other item to note, there will be NO CAMPFIRES anywhere on the grounds.
Other items of interest - alcohol. there will be a biergarten with a fenced area defining the "premises." One can purchase beer there, consume it there, and take it out of the area. However, no carry-ions permitted. You can go into town and stock up your campsite and consume it there if you wish.
For those thinking of getting a head start on arriving early to find a good campsite - don't. We do not take control of the site until Wednesday, July 5th. If you want to get there early, you must be on the set-up volunteer list. That's the way it is.
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