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If you're looking for additional information on Twisted Tryst, you've come to the right place! Read through this page, as we've updated our process and want you to be as prepared as possible.  You'll find the link to the registration page ALL the way at the bottom. 

Volunteering

Do you have an unfilled want or need to give back to the community and don’t know where to start?  Do you have a skill you think would benefit camp i.e. organization, cleaning, fixing things?  Do you want to attend Tryst but may not have the funds to do so?  Then look no further (cue cheesy commercial music)!  Camp would not run without our volunteers who help with various assignments throughout camp.  If any of these sentences apply to you, fill out this form!  Once filled out, come back here to register.

Looking for insight on how to register?

If you’re looking to enjoy the spoils of camp and all the event brings, look below for the registration process steps.  We’ve changed a few things and know you’ll want to review those before making decisions.  

 

The first part of our registration system will ask for basic information; legal name, badge name, pronouns,  including any medical information you would like our medical staff to be aware of, and emergency contact information.

 

The next section starts with your admission to Tryst.  Our base registration is a Thursday - Sunday ticket at a cost of $275 per person.  We offer early entrance on Wednesday for an additional $50 per person. Wednesday is setup day so expect a flurry of activity, no Tryst scheduled classes or events, and the play space is not typically ready for use till the evening.

 

The next selection is where things get a little complex and this is what type of “accommodations/sleeping options” would you like. All of our camping and RV sites are not specifically delineated. For camping sites we ask that you plan to take up no more than 20 ft x 20 ft footprint.  Electric tent sites and electric RV sites are in a condensed area, very limited, and if you register for one of these sites please understand there will not be room between sites, and the backside of your tent could likely be directly adjacent to the backside of your neighbors tent.

 

We also ask that due to the limited number of electric sites that you consider if this is really a need for you at camp. If you prefer a little more space and distance then you might consider a non-electric site.  We do provide public charging areas for cell phones and vibrators. If an option is grayed out, unable to select, that means we are sold out of that option. If you want to camp with a large group of people please note that there are only a few primitive sites mixed in with the electric sites, there is a greater chance of being able to keep everyone together if everyone is registered for the same type of site.  

 

Let’s get into the options!

  • Primitive tent site: no frills, non-electric site for your tent and gear.  Plan to take up no more than a 20 ft x 20 ft footprint

    • If you choose this option - it will open up a second field to upgrade to an electric site for an additional $50.  This option will be grayed out if we are sold out of electric sites.

  • Medical/Mobility Need Tent Site: NEW OPTION FOR 2024 includes everything a primitive tent site does but these are sites that are located close to port-a-potties, are directly adjacent to the main path, and across/near/adjacent to bus/taxi stops. We have a VERY limited number of these sites and are reserved for those who need accommodations for medical or mobility needs.  If you need an accessible site and they are sold out (greyed out) please register for what is available and contact trystreg@gmail.com and we will work with you to see how we can best assist your needs.

    • If you choose this option - it will open up a second field to upgrade to an electric site for an additional $50.  This option will be grayed out if we are sold out of electric sites.

  • LITU on a Primitive site: this includes everything a primitive tent site does plus a 4-6 person tent that will be setup and torn down for you by Tryst and two camping chairs. Does NOT include sleeping bags or an air mattress.

    • If you choose this option - it will open up a second field to upgrade to an electric site for an additional $50.  This option will be grayed out if we are sold out of electric sites.

  • Car camping: this is for anyone who plans to camp/sleep in or on their vehicle, including camper vans.  Once placed your vehicle will not be able to be moved at all during camp and you cannot run your vehicle for extended periods of time. 

    • If you choose this option - it will open up a second field to upgrade to an electric site for an additional $50.  This option will be grayed out if we are sold out of electric sites.

  • RV Sites: there are 3 different options for RV sites based on the length of your rig. We use the generic term RV to encompass anything that is a home on wheels that is towed behind your vehicle. These sites are designed for just your rig, NOT your rig AND your vehicle; Your vehicle will need to be parked in the parking lot.

    • If you choose this option - it will open up a second field to upgrade to an electric site for an additional $75.  Please include in your notes to reg the AMP you require for your rig.

  • Staying offsite: The next two options are for you!  

    • The first staying off site option includes a parking space in our 24 hr in/out lot.  If you are staying off site but will not have your own vehicle please choose our last option “Site reserved by other”

    • The second staying off site option includes a parking space in our 24 hr in/out lot and a 10 x 10 designated area where you can set-up a pop up and some chairs for the entirety of camp. Please note you would only need to register for this option if you want something you can leave up all weekend. There are many areas throughout camp where you can set up a small hangout area for day use.

  • Site already reserved by others: This option is for campers who are staying in someone else’s tent, car, rv, or offsite and will not be bringing their own vehicle.

    • Please put the legal or badge name of the person you are staying with or indicate offsite no individual vehicle

 

That’s a lot, so let’s walk through some common scenarios!

  • Two people are attending camp together and will be sharing a tent and plan to have a small pop up

    • One person should register for a primitive site w/ or w/o electric and one person should register as site already reserved by other

  • A group of 7 people are attending camp together and plan on having 3 tents and a large pop up for shared kitchen/hangout space.  Based on campsites staying within a 20 ft x 20 ft footprint the group thinks they need 3 tent spaces.

    • 3 people should register for a primitive site w/ or w/o electric and the rest of the people should register as a “site reserved by other”.

  • A group of 4 is driving together, staying offsite, will have 1 vehicle and would like to set up a small hangout area for the weekend.

    • 1 person should register as staying off site with a small tent space and the other 3 people should register as a “site reserved by other”.

  • A group of 3 is coming and 1 person will be camping/sleeping in their vehicle and the other 2 in a tent.

    • The driver of the vehicle should register for a car camping site. 1 of the people in the tent should register for a primitive site and 1 person should register as a “site reserved by other”.

  • There is a large loosely organized group of people that want to camp together as much as possible. 

    • Come up with a group name and share it with those who are included.  Tell everyone in the group to put that group name in the ‘Please note any folx you'd prefer to camp by/around’ field

    • Follow guidelines outlined in some of the above scenarios.  Please note that if someone in your group chooses RV, car camping, or an accessible site we will likely not be able to keep everyone together. Additionally if you have a mixture of electric and non-electric sites we may not be able to keep your group together as there are limited non-electric sites mixed in with the electric sites.

  • RV sites: you want to bring your RV but there are no sites available in the size you need - please email registration at trystreg@gmail.com with your details and we will advise if there are any options.

  • If you have any questions on what to choose email trystreg@gmail.com prior to registering and we will advise you on the best options.

 

After choosing your sleeping options there are just a few more fields to go.  You can choose to pre-purchase wifi for $10 for a single device. This option will also be available on site. You can note any people you’d like to camp near, please note we cannot guarantee all requests. We give you the option to tell us anything else you’d like in the next field.  Finally at the request of campers we’ve included a way for you to make a donation to camp. Any donation will go to furthering the event.

 

We hope this helps make registering a smooth process! Please contact trystreg@gmail.com if you have any questions - we’re here to help!

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