Come get away from the mundane world and witness epic deeds while relaxing lakeside, surrounded by natural beauty but served by civilized amenities. The site is only 35 miles off of I-5 up scenic Highway 62, on the way to Crater Lake, nestled in the heart of the Summit’s namesake mountains.
The site for Fall Coronet 2006 is Joseph Stewart State Park. The site has hot showers, indoor flush restrooms and fresh water taps. It also has curbside loading and unloading and paved paths for easy access, as well as spacious parking a short walk from the camping area. There is abundant, shady camping on level grass, including a “Period Village” with lots of room for period encampments around the large central list field. It also includes views of the lake and a playground and camp store a short drive or hike down a scenic walking path away. Multiple picnic tables may also be available.
Grocery stores, restaurants and hotels are available 12 miles south of the site in nearby Shady Cove. The nearest commercial airport and large hospitals are available approx. 40 miles south in Medford.
For more info, check out http://web.mac.com/macrenaissance/iWeb/Coronet/Welcome.html or e-mail the Autocrat, Lord Vanyev Betzina, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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