[ANT] Boar's Hunt

Come one, come all!  Join the Barony of Aquaterra in our traditional event, Boar’s Hunt 2010!

The Great Hunt, the Doggie Dagger Tournament, Rapier, Archery, Games, Bardic, Arts & Sciences competitions, Youth Armored Combat, Guild demonstrations and so much more!

MERCHANTS: Each year we try to have a Merchants' Row.  If you are interested in attending there is no additional fee and your presence full of wares and merriment would be appreciated. If you are interested, please contact our Merchant-o-crat, Sarra Treemaker Email: kataloger@gmail.com for info on when, where and to answer your questions.

Park Amenities: The Park has a unique wooded, river-side setting with individual and group campsites.  There are two major playgrounds and we ask that supervision be provided as there will be no Pied Piper at this event. There are two heated, multi-stall flush bathrooms with pay showers. Several picnic shelters at specific campsites.

Conveniences by Donation: Garbage/recycling may be dropped off at the dupster on your way out for $1 per bag. Firewood is availabe for a suggested donation of $5/night. Unused wood is to be returned to the woodsheds before leaving site.

GATE HOURS: Friday 3 PM (noon for merchants) until Midnight; Saturday 8 AM - 5 PM. Site closes at 4 PM Sunday.

Adult: Ages 16+: $14* (weekend)           Adult Day Fees $9*
 Youth: Ages 6 - 15 : $11 (weekend)        Youth Day Fee $6       Family Cap $45* (weekend only. 2 adults & 2+ youth to qualify).
Babes: Ages 5 and under are Free
*$3 NMS is in effect for non-members age 16+; Checks payable to: SCA, Inc.-Barony of Aquaterra.  

RV Parking & Power Hook-ups: For RVs (and at some camp shelters) power is available for $10/night. RV waste/dump fee $10 payable to Masonic Park.

MISC. SITE INFO: All SCA and modern laws apply. Pets must be leashed at all times and clean up by owner required. Parking at the site is tight and no vehicles will be allowed to be left at campsites for any reason.

Site Info:
Name: Masonic Park Campground
24310 Mt Loop Hwy
Granite Falls, WA 98252

Directions to Site:

From I-5, travel North or South to Seattle/Everett, and take US-2 (East toward Wenatchee). Take WA-204 to Lake Stevens. Turn left (North) onto WA-9. Turn right onto WA-92 (East toward Granite Falls). WA-92 ends in a T-intersection in Granite Falls -- turn left onto Mountain Loop Hwy. The site entrance is 4.5 miles from this point, and will be on your left. Watch for SCA signs.

Internet Maps & GPS users: When coming from the far north such as Bellingham, these tools like you to attempt to travel Hwy 9 or Mountain Loop for the duration of your trip.  This is not advisable and re-routing to I-5 is recommended as you will have a very scenic experience and be several hours later than anticipated.