Pachecho State Park,
From The Page (March, 2012):
Come on out and enjoy an Equestrian Event and Cooks Play Day! Ride your Horse in pursuit of such quarry as the elusive white hart, the ferocious boar, and the ignoble wolf. Loose your Hound after the swift rabbit or wily fox. Come and play with your food in a lovely 15th Century inspired play space. Gather to enjoy a post hunt picnic. Gaston Phebus Inspired attire for Horse, Hound, and Human admired, but not required.
Site Information: Pacheco State Park, (address removed). The event will run from 8am until 6pm, but we have arranged for camping for horses, hounds, and humans Friday and Saturday nights. There is no set site fee being charged, however the State Park does charge a fee for parking or camping (self-pay, bring exact change). Parking is $5/vehicle/day - State Parks passes are accepted. Camping is $10/vehicle/ day - paying the camping fee covers parking. Canale will accept donations to offset expenses. Potable water will be provided for the cooks. There is running, non-potable water available on-site.
Autocrat: Else Hunrvogt (contact info removed)
Description of this event (if any), taken from The Page, or from memory of at least one person who attended the event.
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