NorthWest CampCon 2019

June 28 - 30

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NWCampCon 2019 Registration Closed

Registration for NWCC 2019 has passed and as of April 15th no further applications are being accepted.


If you applied, you can expect to receive an email on April 22nd letting you know if you have been selected to attend. Registrations will be approved based on previous years social contributions, prior attendance and overall camp etiquette, with the remaining spots allocated to new applicants as possible.


Registration to Open April 1st 8pm PDT

We’re excited for another year of camping and can’t wait to get everyone signed up! In order to create the best camping experience for everyone, applications for registration will not be first come first serve, but rather will remain open for two full weeks through April 15th at 8pm. All submissions will be reviewed and responded to on April 22nd to ensure everyone has ample time to plan.


Please see the registration section for more details on this process.

NWCampCon 2019 Date Chosen

We are proud to announce the official date for NorthWest CampCon 2019 will be June 28th through the 30th. Registration will open in April, please watch for future announcements.

What is it?

NorthWest CampCon is Washington’s first outdoor Furry convention located in the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest on Lake Cle Elum, Washington. Unlike a typical convention, this event is held in nature; there are no buildings, no running water, and no sleeping accommodations. You are expected to be able to sustain and take care of your own accommodations for this trip. If you’ve never been camping before it would be a good time to find out what you will need to make this happen!

Please note this is a remote wilderness area with no cell signal, no running water and gravel/rock roads. The typical car is able to make it in without issue but if you plan to bring a RV please ensure it is off-pavement capable. Signs to the exact campsite location will be posted from the main road in.

Fursuits are welcome and encouraged!

Registration

Rules

In order to ensure everyone has a fun and safe time, there are some fairly basic rules we must remind everyone of. We ask that everyone abide by them so this event can continue in the future.


  • Obey all Federal, State and Local laws
  • We are not responsible for any lost, stolen or damaged items
  • Respect other camper’s space and property
  • Respect the land we are using. This area free for us to use only if we take care of it!
  • Don’t harm nature – no cutting down vegetation
  • Dispose of your trash properly, you are responsible to pack out all of your own trash!
  • Firearms of any kind are prohibited

Pet Rules

We understand that many people have 4-legged friends that they wish to bring camping and we request that you please follow these simple rules. For safety of the campers and their property, we ask that no animal be left unattended and that owners clean up after their pets. If you plan to bring your pet, bring remember to bring these important items:

  • Kennel or other means of containing your pet
  • Leash & tie out
  • Pet food and water

Pets are expected to be leashed or tied out at all times. Due to the large amount of people and other pets, there are no exceptions. This is for the safety of all campers, property and other pets on the trip.

Register

NWCC has always been about providing the best furry camping experience that we possibly can, and we feel that changes to the registration process are necessary to achieve that going forward. We really do wish that we could accept you all, but unfortunately the space we occupy can only support a finite amount of people and our goal as always is to leave the land in better shape than when we arrive. With that said, we have decided the best way to achieve this was to make registration application based for 2019.


Registration for NWCC 2019 has passed and as of April 15th no further applications are being accepted.


If you applied, you can expect to receive an email on April 22nd letting you know if you have been selected to attend. Registrations will be approved based on previous years social contributions, prior attendance and overall camp etiquette, with the remaining spots allocated to new applicants as possible.


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