This site is in the Coconino National Forest in a dispersed camping area. Please be prepared for primitive camping. Modern amenities such as hotels, restaurants, and shopping are available in nearby Flagstaff.
This is National Forest land and a primitive, forested site. Forest rules must be observed at all times.
Failure to do so may result in your removal from site with no refund. The forests are everyone’s responsibility and we know that our SCA family will help in our efforts to protect them.
- There is no potable water onsite. Bring plenty of drinking water plus some for the Water Table at the site
- There is no electricity onsite.
- There is cell phone coverage throughout most of the site.
- Pets are allowed but must be on a leash at all times.
- Though the event takes place during our typical monsoon season, open, above-ground fires are subject to environmental conditions and fire bans set by the forest service. Firewood found around the site may be used, but not transported offsite. We must follow all Forest Service Rules.
Land/Camping space will be ‘first come, first serve’, however, we wish to insure those traveling from far away lands to have quality camp experience. So this will be a regional land grab. There will be designated areas provided for each of the Baronies and Shire, including our out of state guests. Maps will be provided as well.
Ashurst Lake in Flagstaff, AZ. From Phoenix, take the I17 North to Flagstaff. Exit onto Lake Mary Road. Go East on Lake Mary road about 19 miles. Turn North at the Ashurst Lake turnoff and follow signs about 1 mile to the site.