These are the details, a common sense summary of how things are…
- NO FIRES. (A 100 acre wheat field can burn faster than you can pack your campsite!)
- NO LIQUID-FUEL STOVES, LANTERNS, tiki-torches, or open-flame devices. Propane stoves & lanterns are ok as long as they are attended and are on a table, vehicle bed, or other elevated surface.
- No dogs. (Contact us for details.)
- No food & drink vending. For liability reasons, as well as fairness to those who provide food & drinks to share.
- Minimize driving in/near camping areas. There are children who will be attending, please be extra cautious and alert.
- Leave no trace. You are responsible for keeping your campsite free of litter and for cleaning up upon your departure. If you see litter, please pick it up.
- No driving while intoxicated.
- If the vehicle is not of European ancestry, it will not be allowed on the obstacle course or trails.
Honorary “euro-passes” will be given in some special cases at the discretion of the hosts.
- Non-participating vehicles (cars, trucks, quads, mules, dirt bikes) are for transporation only and may not be driven randomly and/or at speed.
- Reckless operation of vehicles will not be tolerated.
- The property owners maintain the right to restrict the usage of all vehicles entering the property.
- You assume all risk of injury or death. By assuming the risk of injury or death, you agree not to sue the owners of the property for negligence, but are still free to sue for intentional wrongs. If you are injured, your personal insurance will have to cover any medical bills, etc. Thankfully, there have been no injuries in the past. Let’s keep it safe this year, too! Safety is everyone’s responsibility.
- You are responsible for your own safety and well-being, as well as that of your children, dependents, pets, property, etc.
- Bottom line: The property owners are not responsible for any accidents, injury or property damage that might occur. All attending adults will be expected to sign a liability waiver before entering the premises.
- NWMF can get rowdy, but its all about fun. This is not a drunken hillbilly jeep jamboree, but it is not a church picnic either. Expect some noise and expect some surprises. There are plenty of quiet spots to camp if that’s your thing, just ask.
- Threatening and unsafe behavior will not be tolerated, if you can’t get along or are causing problems the property owners reserve the right to kick you out.
- You alone are responsible for your vehicle before, during, or after the weekend. If you have problems we will do our best to help, but ultimately you are responsible for all repairs, parts, transporation, etc. Vehicles may not be left after Monday without prior arrangement.
- Some things are not mentioned here but are common sense. Use your wits and have fun, if you have any questions or concerns just ask…
- Additional restrictions may be communicated at any time, either verbally or in writing. Guests must agree to comply with these rules or voluntarily leave the premises when asked.
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