Survival GuideStilldream Campout July 22-26, 2021: Blue Mountain Event Center
Welcome back Dreamers!
Here’s a checklist for the Stilldream 21 Year Anniversary Campout. Please read carefully. This will help you optimize your experience. Thank you for reading carefully and intentionally.
RULES + IMPORTANT INFO
Does Camping cost Extra?
Camping is included in your ticket price. A car camping pass(separate fee) is required if you want to park your car at your campsite.
How big is each campsite?
Most camping is walk in Camping meaning that Campsites are free form. The only area’s that are reserved are those for car Camping. There are lots of good camping spots. Arrive early to find your favorite place.
Are there ins and outs?
Ins and outs are permitted, but not for Car Camping or RV Camping passes. Once a vehicle enters the campgrounds it can leave only once and will not be permitted to drive back into a campground. If you need to leave you will be assesed a re-entry fee. Please check with door staff before leaving to get a re-entry band.
Every vehicle must pay a Parking Pass Fee + Environmental Carpool Fee(see below) The intimate nature of the venue means we don’t have endless rows of parking. On the up side it means you know your vehicle is on site and within a short walking distance of wherever you are camping. We encourage everyone to carpool! Why?
Save on gas. The more friends sharing the ride the less it costs per person.
Save money on your Vehicle Environmental Fee!(see below)
It’s good for the environment, less vehicles on the road, less emissions.
It is safer to drive with other people rather than driving by yourself. Especially when you are coming home and you may be tired. Having at least one person who stays awake and makes sure the driver does not fall asleep at the wheel and/or shares the driving is a good idea!
General Parking Fee: $20
(every car parking at the venue pays this fee)
***In addition the venue requires we charge a
20.00 Vehicle Environmental Fee (VEF)
For every person in your vehicle in addition to the driver you save $5.
Not Carpooling, Only Driver in the Vehicle, No Deduction = 20+20 = $40
Three(3) People in the car + Driver: Subtract $15 from Fee. Total 20+5 = $25
Two(2) People in the car + Driver: Subtract $10 from VEF. Total 20+10 = $30
One(1) Person in the Car +Driver: Subtract $5 from VEF. Total 20+15 = $35
This is a Leave No Trace Event
This is a pack it in, pack it out event. Which means if you bring it in, it’s your responsibility to take it home. So please bring garbage bags and items that don’t cause much waste. This is VERY important. Don’t forget to help your neighbors too.
NO pets of any kind EXCEPT service animals. We love pets, dogs, reptiles, and all sorts of creatures, but please leave them at home. If you come and leave your animal in your car, we wil be forced to rescue your animal and have your car towed. Best to leave them at home with a friend or family member.***See PET & SERVICE ANIMAL POLICY below. If you bring your dog/pet, this may lead you to not being able to attend the campout. You will be asked to take your pet home and then come back. We are not kidding!
Observe all fire rules. This is a VERY DRY year. The venue has a very high risk of fire. Individual campfires are not allowed. Enclosed propane grills are acceptable in the camping areas but NO open flame or charcoal grills will be allowed.
- No Open Fires
- No Camp Fires
- No Open Flame
- No Charcoal Grills
Your safety is our highest priority. MarsMedical is one of the best medical event teams in California. You can find them at large events like High Sierra Music Festival and at venues like the Cow Palace, and we’ve been working with them for 16 years. They appreciate the Stilldream vibe and understand the inner workings of our community. They provide superlative service, and we can’t say enough nice things about them. You can trust them to take excellent care of you. They truly are looking out for your well being, and they are super awesome people to boot! Stop by and say hello!
- Bee sting?
- Too much alcohol?
- Stressed out because you had an argument with your friend or partner?
- Feeling anxious, lonely, or scared?
If you have any concern — physical or mental — stop by and check in with Mars! Don’t worry about feeling judged. They are here to take care of you and help you feel better.
***Where to find the medical tent?****
Next to Stilldream HQ at the CrossRoads. Middle of the venue, near the vendor area and mainstage
Need to Freshen up!? No Problem! We worked with the venue owner to install 4 new heated shower units at Blue Mountain Event Center. Shower tokens are $3 each.
DO NOT throw them on the ground. This is high fire season so please put them out in one of the designated cans, or on the ground and put them in a baggy in your pocket.
No Renegade sound systems. Small to medium bluetooth speakers are ok in your camp but please no dj setups or sound systems.
- If there is an issue with your entry bracelet staying on or being too tight, please come to the front gate and we will give you a new one ***but don’t take it off yourself.***
- No Drugs of any kind
- No Glass
- No Kegs
- No bad Vibes or anything else that detracts from the overall fun of this event.
- “ROAR” Stilldream retains Right of Admission Refusal. If you aren’t adding to the vibe then you’re subtracting from it. Stilldream LLC reserves the right to refuse admittance to or eject any individual whose conduct poses a direct threat to the health or safety of other individuals or service animals.
- No firearms or weapons of any kind.
- No Fireworks.
- Quiet hours are 7am-10am.
- Camping space is a little limited this year. It is a campout. Please do not bring “all the things.” Help conserve space for other Stilldreamers by bringing only what you need.
- Overnight oats. …
- Granola and milk. …
- Yogurt and Fruit. …
- Breakfast sandwich. …
- Avocado toast …
- Egg salad
- Tuna salad sandwich. …
- Salami or other cured meats, cheese, and crackers…
- Chicken salad wraps.
- Fresh fruit like apples, bananas, and citrus. Cold grapes are amazing when it is hot!
- Energy bars
- Breakfast bars
- Nuts (almonds, walnuts, peanuts, etc)
- Seeds (Sunflower, Pumpkin etc)
- Dried Fruit
15 No cook camping ideas:
*** When packing food please only bring what you need, If you bring a box of crackers, leave the box at home and only bring the bag to help cut down on waste at the venue.
Coolers: Cover with UV reflective material if you can. Keep them out of the sun. Separate food and drink coolers are a great idea if you have two coolers.
Ice – Make sure you have enough to keep everything cool while you’re there. ICE will be available for purchase at the SD Headquarters / Merch booth at the Cross Roads.
Personal Light – It can get dark at night so don’t forget this necessity. A lantern for light at camp *and* a headlamp is a very good idea. Headlamps are highly recommended. They are hard to loose, and they make using the porta-potties WAY EASIER!
It’s going to be warm during the day so bring gear to stay cool. Wide brimmed hats, sunglasses, tank tops, shorts, light colored clothing( white, tan, pastel)
It’s going to be cool at night. Layers! Hoodies, jacket, warm hat, leggings, sweatpants,
Bathing suit!! There is a creek and you may want to dip in to cool off. Highly recommended!
Extra Toilet Paper – The bathrooms will be stocked, but you never know. Always good to be prepared.
Fun Stuff – Super Soakers, Beach Balls, Hula Hoops, Poi, Frisbee’s, Yoga Mats, Sketch pads, Playing cards, Checkers, chess, backgammon, Adult coloring books, etc.
Is only allowed in the designated circle. and any performance must be approved by our staff to insure the safety of yourself and everyone around you. We take this VERY seriously.
MESSAGE FROM OUR STAFF
IMPORTANT MESSAGE to our beautiful fire spinning community: if u plan on joining us in the circle, don’t forget to attend the mandatory saftey meeting on FRIDAY / SATURDAY night at 7pm. Please bring a fuel contribution and you’ll receive your fire circle wrist band.
Your dedicated fire family; Serendipitous Circus Productions
PET & SERVICE ANIMAL POLICY
Service animals are working animals, not pets. Service animals are dogs that are trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities.
Examples of such work or tasks include guiding people who are blind, alerting people who are deaf, pulling a wheelchair, alerting and protecting a person who is having a seizure, reminding a person with mental illness to take prescribed medications, calming a person with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) during an anxiety attack, or performing other duties.
Dogs whose sole function is to provide comfort or emotional support do not qualify as service animals under the ADA.
Pets are strictly and expressly prohibited at Stilldream LLC. Pets may not be kept anywhere on festival grounds, including campsites, parking lots, RVs or vehicles.
Service animals attending Stilldream LLC must be registered by their handler at the box office upon arrival. Anyone with an unauthorized animal will not be permitted to keep their pet on site and will be asked to leave. Please present your ADA vehicle certification and PWD service animal certification upon arrival. If bringing a service animal on-site, your certification should be on-hand at all times.
Under the ADA, service animals must be harnessed, leashed, or tethered, unless these devices interfere with the service animal’s work or the individual’s disability prevents using these devices. In that case, the individual must maintain control of the animal through voice, signal, or other effective controls.
HAVE AN AWESOME STILLDREAM CAMPOUT!!! WE CAN’T WAIT TO SEE YOU OUT UNDER THE STARS!
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