We have the entire left side of the camp ground reserved (2 acres). With
this much space we can hold double what we could at the old camp ground.
The reserved area is a mixture of a few different types of camping sites. There is the lower area not much grass
(mostly dirt) and right on the water that has electric access. The second is the main area that is surrounded by
trees and has electric outlets. The third is the right off the main level with electric, water, and trees it's
also where the RV spots are. And, the last is a very inviting grassy field (this is the over flow area), no electric
or water but a few trees, you should be fine with a nice 10X10 canopy (Generators are only allowed in this area!).
We will no longer be allowing air conditioning units to be run in the lower camping area. The circuits are just can't
handle that kind of load, they are wired to power lights and fans. You may use an AC in the upper field area with a generator.
All campers need to check in at the main gate (1st entrance) when they arrive. Tell them you are with the Krewe Of Swingtown Group and they will know where to send you.
You DO NOT need to call the campgrounds and make reservations yourself unless you are
wanting to reserve a cabin. This might confuse them and you could end up camping
away from the rest of the group.
If you arrive at night and no one is at the main gate, please be sure to go to the main office at the end of the
main gate entrance.
*If the office is closed and you don’t pay when you arrive, they will hunt you
down in the morning and collect . . . nothing like being woken up at the crack of dawn being asked for money! LOL
Breeze offers primitive/semi primitive (tent) camping along with limited RV spots and a few single room cabins. There is a very nice and clean bath house with showers and restroom facilities
on site (hot water, free showers). Some sites have electrical or water hookups
, but not all of the 2 acres. Generators are welcome but only in the upper open
ALL RV SITES ARE TAKEN!
side of the campground only has 5 full hook up rv/pop-up sites. These sites go very fast, those who had a site the previous
year has first priority. They have two weeks once we post that years event date to contact us to confirm. After the end
of the two weeks, any sites still open will go to who ever contacts us first.
This trip is open to all single
females in the lifestyle community, but single males must have a single female date or be accompanied
by a couple for the weekend and will be expected
to conduct themselves as a couple or part of the accompanied couple. We expect nothing less then total respect for everyone
and unwanted advances will not be tolerated. If a problem does surface the single male along with the date or couple they
came with will be removed from the KOS camp area and will not be allowed back in!
Mountain Breeze is an outfitter and will shuttle us directly from the campgrounds. We will need to provide them with information on how many will be floating/rafting for the day, what type
of equipment will be needed, and what time we plan to leave from the grounds in advance of the trip so it will go smoothly.
***Good news about shuttling
and floating: While you might put in at different spots along
the river (depending on how long you want to be in the water), everyone in our group can get out at Mountain Breeze!! Yay! It really is nice to end your day’s
float right back at your own campground.
***The float's starting point is not set in stone till the Friday of the
trip, there is always the chance of putting in at the campground and getting out down river.
Using your own equipment:
The outfitters will not shuttle you if you are using your own equipment.
It’s getting more difficult each year to ‘smuggle’ self-outfitters onto the river, but if you do
have your own equipment keep in mind that you will have to find your own way to the drop of location.
*If you are not planning to do the long float, but want to just hang around the campgrounds,
you can bring your own equipment (pool type floats, nothing that could be used to float the length of the river) for that.
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