If you plan to bring your own shower, it MUST operate with a water reservoir system and proper drainage. Otherwise, we cannot accommodate the water pressure needs. If you erect a shower that does not operate with a reservoir system, you will be instructed to take it down. Failure to do so may result in eviction from site.
Yes, we know this is somewhat of an unknown thing in the SCA. Out of courtesy, we ask that all gentles heed the sign-up times for all competitions and other start times. This means everything from archery to A&S competitions to volunteer times. Unfortunately, due to time restrictions, anyone showing up after sign-up has been closed will have… Read More »
Golf Carts are necessary pieces of equipment in running a War of this size. We realize there is much temptation in “borrowing” a cart for a little added fun. As there have been problems in past years with the “borrowing” of carts, know now, YOU WILL BE REMOVED FROM SITE as this is a direct violation of the… Read More »
Be on the alert for: Wasps Ants Fire Ants Mosquitoes Other Creepy Crawly things Please remember that frogs and bats are protected species on this site.
Trespassing is against the law and is a punishable offense. Gate crashing or sneaking onto site is Trespassing. Anyone caught trespassing or aiding in the act of gate crashing will not be allowed to remain on site.
The medallion issued at Troll is your receipt for the event and must be visibly worn at all times. Participants must show their medallions to re-enter site or you may be required to pay to enter site. You will be issued a car tag which must be displayed clearly on your dashboard. Without a car tag, the Gulf… Read More »
The legal drinking age in Mississippi is 21. Observe the law. Anyone serving/giving alcohol to a minor will be expelled from site. Ignorance will be no excuse. Minors tokens will be marked in such a way to indicate they are minors. Violation of mundane laws will not be tolerated. Before you violate any mundane laws, either while on-site… Read More »
No. There may be a safety concerns with equines on site. Also, it is not permissible to remove trees without the site owner’s permission.
The site is fairly well developed. Bathhouse are spaced around the site and porta-potties are available in more remote areas. The camping areas have cleared areas for tents. Sand paths connect the camping areas with the rest of the site.
Yes, there is a restaurant run by the site owner as well as several merchants who sell food. There are no feasts, as such, at the war though many camping groups cook meals together.