Maine 4-H Days - 2013 Maine 4-H Days Camping Guidelines
Camping: Camping spaces will be different for Maine 4-H Days this year. We are excited to have very full fairgrounds for our upcoming event. This will mean a change in where people can camp and tent. We want 4-Hers who come with large animals to camp inside the fence to be close to their animals.
- Camping spaces inside the fence where Maine 4-H Days participants, in the past, have parked their campers, will be reserved for campers coming for the Dairy track. 4-Hers in the dairy program will start arriving Saturday, and we will reserve the entire area for them.
- Families in the horse program will camp in the horse area where they usually park their campers.
- Families in the working steer program can set up campers between the pulling arena and the barn beside it.
- Families in the dog camp may set up in the dog area.
- Families camping in tents can also set up near the dog area and be close to the bathrooms there.
- Unfortunately, we need all available barn and covered space for animals and workshops, so we will not be able to tent under any covered space. No exceptions on this.
- All other campers can set up in Windsor Fair’s newly developed, flat, gravel-based camper area out back. There are more than 100 hook ups out there, plenty of space for Maine 4-H Days. To find the new camping area, just keep driving past the gate where you came in for the other camping area, and you will see it out back there. There will be signs directing you.
- Beware that this has a gravel base and if you have a tent and chose to camp on grass, you may also use the parking area just before getting to the new gravel area. There will be signs directing you to these areas.
- No campfires will be allowed on the fairgrounds.