Join us for the season's first camping event. Activities will include: Heavy fighting, Fencing, Archery, Youth boffer (pending marshal), plenty of Bardic goodness and A&S classes. Fishing is also permitted on Lake Belwood, pursuant to the laws of Ontario (bring a fishing license).
The Barony of Ramshaven Presents:
May 19-22, 2006
860 8th Line
Site fee per day:
$6 per adult (14 +)
$3 for children 5-13
free under age 5
$4 NMS applies to adult non-members
Autocrat: Kolbjorn skattkaupandi email@example.com
In addition to plenty of campable land, cabins are available for $10 per person for the weekend on a first-request, first-serve basis. Each cabin will house 12. Please contact the Autocrat for reservations.
A tavern will be open for all meals.
The site is pet-friendly and VERY discreetly damp (no visible bottles; bring tankards/horns). Owners are responsible for their pets. If staying in a cabin, owners must have 100% consent from cabin mates for the pet to stay in the cabin. Site opens at 2pm on Friday and close at 3pm on Monday.
From the 401:
Exit at Hwy 25 north. 27.5 km later turn left on Wellington County Road 24. Drive west for 2.7 km, then turn north (right) on Wellington 26 and follow for 14.3 km. Turn left onto Wellington 18 for 2.7 km. Turn right onto the small road with the Maple Leaf Acres sign. Watch for the Camp Bellaleo signs and keep left.
From KW, take your best route to Guelph and then take Highway 6 north to Fergus. Once in Fergus, turn east (right) on Wellington County Road 18 (also called Belsyde Avenue E.). Head back out of town for 8.2 km and watch for the Maple Leaf Acres sign. Turn left at the Maple Leaf Acres sign and look for the Camp Bellaleo sign and keep left.
Barony of Ramshaven (Fergus, Ontario)