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What's the dress code for the weekend?

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The Weekend: Camping chic! June is always a good mix of weather so come prepared. Bring warm clothes for night and a mix for the days. The Wedding: This is your excuse to get a little dressed up, think cocktail style!

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What should I pack?

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You'll receive a packing list closer to the date. Please email us at courtandseb@gmail.com if you haven't!

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Where is the ceremony?

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The ceremony will take place on the campgrounds in the great outdoors so dress accordingly! Please note this ceremony will be unplugged with a few moments of exception to take your own personal photos.

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Do I need to bring cash?

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Yes, we recommend bringing some cash for the reception!

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What are the cabins like?

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Rustic! BUT they do have electricity. Each guest will have THEIR OWN room, there may be adjoining doors but your space will be private. Make sure to check the packing list ahead of time and bring all the necessities for a comfy stay!

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ARE THERE PRIVATE WASHROOMS?

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The short answer, no. There are multiple washrooms around the campsite with private stalls, multiple sinks with mirrors and individual showers.

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IS SMOKING PERMITTED ONSITE?

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Unfortunately, smoking is NOT permitted onsite (looking at you, Justin's). There is designated smoking section at the parking area. Please respect the campsite rules.

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Is there wifi/cell service on site?

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The campground does get cell service, but that might depend on your provider. If immediate service/WIFI is needed, take a short drive to town.

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Are kids allowed?

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We recommend kids stay home as the campground is large and cabins can be further away from night activities. If you plan on bringing a child, please reach out to us to discuss and we will provide you further details, accommodations and additional cost. Please note, if you have an infant, they are more than welcome.