This is a fun and relaxing event that we have grown to love. Registration includes your campsite, 6 activity wristbands, moonbounce, activities, glow necklaces, movie entrance, and one bundle of firewood (approximately 6 pieces).
Participants will need to check in to receive their tent tag. At check in, you will receive your wristbands, ticket for one bundle of firewood, and glow necklaces for your party.
2:00pm - 4:00pm - Check in near the tennis courts
(wristbands, tent tags, glow sticks and firewood tickets will be given at this time)
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm - Moonbounce/Games/Tennis Games
7:00 pm - Fire Pits - BCA will provide fire pits for communal use near the tennis courts.
8:00 pm - Movie (TBA)
The Eat Loco Marketplace will be open in front of the library and will have some fresh foods available for purchase.
10:00 am - Campout Ends
FEE: $15 per tent (up to six people & approx 15'x15' space). Residents must provide their own tents. $5 non-camping participation wristband* *This will allow you to participate in the afternoon activities to include moonbounce, tennis games, and movie.
BRAMBLETON RESIDENTS ONLY
No ground fires. Fire pits allowed.
This is not an ABC Permitted event.
Generators are not permitted.
Pets allowed but must remain on leash and under control of owner at all times.
Please remove all trash from your campsite and place in trash toters or dumpster.
Please be respectful of noise in the late night hours.
BCA Fire pits are not for personal campsite use, please do not move them
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