Camp WillowSwish Rules



21 and Over to camp or attend (including day passes). All IDs are checked.

Quiet Hours Midnight(ish) to 9am – Please no loud music or sub-woofers after the pavilion shuts down.

Glass bottles must be in a tent or in a vehicle.

Leave no trace. Pack out more than you packed in. Dumpsters are available. Please keep your area clean.

No liquor bottles may be outside your tent or RV, or visible from the outside of your unit (per park rules).

DO NOT leave camp if you are drunk. You will get a DUI. Practice safe boating please.

You might want to check out your neighbors before you set up. Some people retire early and some hoot and holler all night. We have designated quiet areas. Please request this information at camp registration, before you set up your camp. Do not camp in the party pavilion loop if you want quiet. Sites 1-14 are quieter, up by the baseball diamond is the quietest. By camping with us you acknowledge and accept that there are parties that go till 1am, including but not limited: DJ’s playing loud music, Drag Queens telling tacky and possible rude or offensive jokes, Emcees hosting shows and crowds cheering on the participants. If this is unacceptable to you, then there are other campsites in the state park that may be better suited for you. We are only saying this, because the park tells us that 99% of all noise ordinance complaints have originated from campers with our group.

We ask that if you bring dogs, you take care of them and KEEP THEM ON A LEASH. We love dogs but no one likes a yappy neighbor while daddy has gone to play. No matter how messed up you get, they are your responsibility, including their droppings in the camp area.

We also frown on sober alcoholics, who have a problem with partying and/or straight people who aren’t as cool as you thought there were.

DO NOT CALL 911 EXCEPT FOR A MEDICAL EMERGENCY. In the rare chance there is a fight or any other issue, come find one of the Camp Daddies. Chances are, you are camped within several hundred feet of one. We have to police ourselves, so that we do not have issues with obtaining the campground in the future.

Nudity is not allowed in the campground (per park rules).

This is an adult gay men’s campout, with few lesbians, and some straight folks as well. We welcome all LGBTQ and LGBTQ-friendly campers to join in on the fun.

If you show up in your Prada shoes and get them dirty, it’s your own fault. You are camping! Do not expect the Waldorf-Astoria, or even Habana Inn, cause this ain’t it. But it is a blast!

Unruly, belligerent campers will be gladly removed for the safety of other campers, either on their own accord thru our request, or if not, via the park rangers. The campout is not in a public area and we do reserve the right to refuse service to disorderly campers for the safety of other campers and for an enjoyable campout for all.

PLEASE DRINK RESPONSIBLY