Camelot Equestrian Park,
Butte Valley, CA
From The Page (September, 2007):
Do you want to come to a site where there are no city lights, no close neighbors, no factories, no car races and no boom boxes? We will be using this site for its first time and Their Highnesses of Cynagua invite one and all to witness the choosing of their successors! Are you new the SCA or know someone new? Come one; come all to the Newcomer's Forum at the Evenstar Keep Sunshade at 1 pm, Saturday. There is water on site for horses and animals, there is NO potable water for people so, please BRING your own drinking water. All dogs must be kept on a leash and under control at all times. There is a small shop-mart/gas station about one mile from the site or a Wal-Mart is in nearby Oroville.
Equestrian participants: There is one large corral and about 15 to 20 portable corrals (12x12). Charges for the Corrals are $20 per horse for the weekend. Bring your own feed. There is a large open arena and the equestrians will be allowed to ride trails on about 1250 acres of open land. Equestrian autocrat: Viscount Richard de Camville (contact info omitted).
Archery Participants: Target archery is planned to take place.
Merchants: Merchants will be allowed in at 11 am Friday. A merchant fee of $10 is to be paid at gate. NO FOOD MERCHANTS are allowed at this event this year due to constraints on the owner's permits.
Site Information: Camelot Equestrian Park located between Chico and Oroville. Site opens at 12 noon Friday, and closes at 5 pm on Simday. Site fee is $12 for members, $15 for non-members, $6 for children 5-10, children under 5 free. RV's are welcome but there are no hookups. This site has lots of cottonwood trees for shade and plenty of space for camping. (Website address omitted)
Autocrat: Gerstan Heah Leah (contact info omitted).
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