Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Honor Code?
The honor code is your agreement to be and do the the following: Be respectful, be courteous, be kind, be polite, be helpful, have integrity, watch your language, respect others, keep your hands to yourself! All the things you mother should have told you.
We also ask that no drugs or alcohol be at this event, they are not permitted. Guests are required to conduct themselves in a manner consistent with our Honor Code. In addition, you may not influence or seek to influence others to engage in behavior inconsistent with our Honor Code. Sexual misconduct; obscene or indecent conduct or expressions, blah, blah, blah, you get what we mean! if not, I'll continue, disorderly or disruptive conduct; participation in gambling activities; involvement with pornographic, erotic, indecent, or offensive material; Violations of our Honor Code may result in being thrown into the ocean, since we can't vote you off the island!
Why should I come to camp?
Why not?! It will be fun! It will liven up your Facebook page, give you endless hours of new conversation, priceless memories, and you will eventually move on to become the winner on Survivor ;-). Plus we stand for wellness, education, and green-living, so you are contributing in making this world a better place by supporting our events. Check out the camp Click Here!
Are there showers and toilets?
Yes, restrooms with electricity and hot showers as well as laundry facilities are centrally located near each tent cabin area.
What are the cabins like?
We have brand new tent cabins with the highest quality framed tent enclosures atop platforms that are positioned above the ground and include a front deck with installed bench railings. Each tent houses 8 visitors in comfortable bunk accommodations. The tents do not have electricity, we suggest our visitors bring battery-powered lanterns or flashlights.
How do separate cabins work?
Guys and Gals will be divided into teams of 8 and will sleep in their own cabins.
Can I bunk with my friends?
In the registration, you will have the opportunity to request to bunk with your friends. We’ll do our best to match you up, so you can enjoy the week with some of your friends, while also meeting new people.
What do I need to bring?
We’ll send you a packing list once you register to give you details on what to expect. In short, bring a fun attitude, sunscreen, a sleeping bag, pillow, towel, bathing suit, your favorite musical instruments, something to share with your tent, toiletries, medication and anything else you might need.
What gear is provided at camp?
Wet-suits and snorkels, as well as all the outdoor gear you need for this adventure. However, if you have your own we encourage you to bring them!
What's not allowed at camp?
No drugs, no alcohol, no smoking. Overall Honor Code standards apply at this event.
No, negativity, or bad attitudes.
No, Plastic water containers or single-use plastics are allowed. They are not only poisonous but destructive to the earth. Please plan to bring a reusable bottle.
What if I have a food allergy?
No Problem: we ask you about allergies in our registration and our chefs prepare meals special to your needs.
Can I arrive on Saturday?
No: we are going to a private venue on the island and the only way to get there is our private boat leaving Friday morning.
Can I Leave Early?
No, we are going to a private venue on the island and the only way to get there is our private boat.
What if I have an emergency?
We collect all of your emergency information and have it in our camp office. We will give you our camp emergency number to give to your families.
What's the deal with parking?
The parking cost are not included in your registration. Parking is $18 a day. We suggest you carpool if possible. Parking has security, however please do not leave anything of value in your car. Click Here for a Map.
Are dogs allowed?
No, sorry. We love dogs, but too many issues come up with the wild deer, buffalo, and fox on the island.
Does this benefit charity?
You think we’re just going to keep all your money!? We stand for wellness, education & green-living through outdoor adventures. A portion of the proceeds will go to benefit our NonProfit 501c3 partner Xanadu, they, "ensure, healthy ocean, coastlines & educate the public on the dangers of single-use plastics."
Need a ride or want to carpool?
Visit our Facebook Event page, for people posting or looking to carpool.