FRIDAY, JULY 10: Campsite set up is between 1:00pm – 6:00pm
SATURDAY, JULY 11: Campsite set up begins again at 7:00am. All vehicles must be unloaded and parked outside the event area by 9:00am.
There is no security overnight so if you leave campsite items, you do so at your own risk.
Accessing your campsite
Enter from the access road near the tennis courts off Sequel Ave.
As you drive down that road there will be 3 options for unloading based on where your campsite is located.
If you have campsite # 1 through 8 you will drive AT A SNAILS PACE (put your car in neutral and coast to your spot) on the “black top road” (see yellow arrows on site plan) that run parallel to the track and unload in front of your spot. Then continue straight and exit through the Main Entrance gate.
If you have campsite # 9 through 13 you will drive on the track AT A SNAILS PACE (put your car in neutral and coast to your spot) and unload in front of your spot and then turn left, making a U turn and exit on the road you came in.
If you have campsite # 14 through 32 you will drive down the road straight and then access the asphalt road on the “baseball side of the fence.” DO NOT DRIVE ON THE TRACK. GO PAST THE FENCE AND MAKE A RIGHT. Using the pedestrian gates you will unload your supplies and take them to your campsite. Please exit the way you entered.
If you have campsite # 33 through 40 you can choose the options available to campsites #1-8 or #33-40.
Tents:NO stakes can be used in the grass (nothing that punctures the ground). We are not allowed to put stakes in the grass (water lines are located just below the surface). PLEASE bring sand bags, water bottles or weights.
Campsite TEAR DOWNisSunday AFTER the Closing Ceremony, which begins at 9:30am. Vehicles will not be allowed to enter the loading area until the Closing Ceremony has finished. You should enter and exit the track in the same manner used to set up.
Event Volunteers: We could use help with set up Friday and tear down after the event Sunday.
NO ANIMALSare allowed on the premises. This includes small pets such as "purse dogs", etc. This is a Cabrillo College rule and violators will be cited and asked to remove their pet from the event. Service dogs are allowed.
NO ALCOHOL is allowed on the premises and violators will be cited by the Sheriff on duty.
Most important, bring a positive attitude and your Relay Spirit for a successful, fun event!
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