Q: What is FetCamp?
A: FetCamp is chance to have a live meet up with all of your online friends. This is a fantasy vacation for anyone interested in BDSM, sexuality/sensuality, Age play, Cross dressing, education, exploration, relaxation, and socializing with like minded perverts. We celebrate all fetishes! ... Seriously all of them!
Q: Where is FetCamp?
A: FetCamp is held at a private kink friendly farm in central Rhode Island, It is a short drive from Route 20 or Route 84: no more than 60 minutes from Boston or 15 from Providence, and only 3 ish hours from New York City. Feel free to seek ride shares on our Fet Life group.
Q: What's the age requirement?
A: You must be at least 18 years of age on the first day of camp to attend this event. We will be checking your ID. For those of you between the ages of 18 and 21 please know that you will be under a little extra scrutiny regarding your behavior and drinking. Remember the legal age for drinking is 21 and we fully support and will be enforcing that law.
Q: When is camp?
A: FetCamp begins Friday July 16th and ends Sunday, July 18 at 4:pm. You are welcome on camp as early as 1 pm on Friday and your first meal is dinner that evening.
Q: What is included for my registration fee?
A: Camp is an all-inclusive event! Everything is included for the single registration fee – all meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner, and midnight snack), 24-hour dungeons, classes, nightly parties, and more.
Q: May I bring my tent even if i am staying in a camper?
A: Yes, many folks like having a private space to hang out in, or enjoy sleeping under the stars.
Q: May I bring my non human pet?
While we can not guarantee everyone's safety we will do our best! We will weed out known trouble makers and expect this to be a fun and safe party. We certainly could never vouch for all attendees, All registered attendees names will be compared against a national data base of known sex offenders. If listed, they will not be admitted to the event. As with any event, public or private, we encourage you to be your own self advocate for safety. Before playing with anyone in any capacity, seek out a reference for the play partner and establish clear lines of communication and consent. If you have specific concerns please contact us directly.
Q: Do you offer affiliate group discounts?
A: We would love to have you and making it easy is our job. Please have the leader of your group contact us and we will create a special discount code for your members.
Q: Is FetCamp handicapped accessible?
A: Camp is situated on variable terrain and access might be a little tough for those with mobility issues. The dining tent and the tented play space have easy access. Please email if you have questions or concerns.
Q: Talk to me about the meal plan? Will there be vegetarian meals?
A:You will be served three meals per day plus a midnight snack of milk and cookies ? A vegetarian dish is prepared for every meal, please ask the staff for more details. Water stations will be placed throughout Camp to keep you cool and hydrated. For those who have special dietary needs, feel free to bring your own supplemental food items.
Q: Does FetCamp have a dress code
A: Nope! This is a private facility, once you pass through the gates you are free to wear whatever you like, or you can wear nothing at all! Health regulations require that genitals, including buttocks, be covered in the meal tent.
Q:What about sex in the meal tent or pool?
A: NOPE! and do we really need to remind you why? Lets just leave it at, "it isn't a consensual way to share fluids and doing so is gross and a health code violation. " And if we have to explain exactly what “sex” is defined as, you should not be here with us, lets not split hairs, no "Handies" no "Hummers" no "Humping" or "Finger banging" no sex, with a barrier or otherwise in the pool or meal tent, As far as sex any place else, go for it.
Q: What are chores and are they mandatory?
A: Unless pre-arranged there are no chores at FetCamp, we want you to come and relax. There might be a time when a camp counselor asks you for a hand, perhaps setting up a few chairs for a class or helping to carry something, this is the perfect chance for you to be a good guy, and a friend forever. Camp goes smoother if we all pitch in and this would be the time. Pre Arranged Chores can be anything from helping with meals to volunteering for a DM shift in the play space. Chore sign up sheets will be available during Check-In when you arrive at Camp or contact us for information about volunteering for a few easy shifts, (it might be worth your while )
Q: Is there internet or cell service at Camp?
A: Really, isn't the real question, “Why are you so caught up in the internet?” There is NO wireless internet available at Camp. If you need to do brief check-ins, you should be fine, for the most part you have decent service at camp."
Q: Can I bring my camera?
A: NO !!! We have a strict “No Camera Policy” to ensure everyone’s privacy. Our Camp Photographer is Wintersong. We have a great new photo policy explained here. If you want photographs of a special scene, you may find the Camp Photographer and arrange a shoot. Make sure you wear your wrist band at all times.
Q: Can I cancel or transfer my registration?
A: You may not transfer your registration to anyone for any reason, it messes with our system, and can become a safety issue. All cancellations are subject to a $50 handling fee (per person). The last day to cancel and receive a refund (minus the handling fee) is June 17st, 2020.
Q: I am new to camping what should I bring?
A: A driver’s license or other photo ID is required for check in, and you can find a huge packing list under the "what to pack" tab under the FAQ button above
Things you CANNOT bring to camp: NO Cameras, NO Drugs, NO Refrigerators, NO Air Conditioners, NO non human pets, NO hot plates
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