Friends of Amateur Rocketry, Inc.
Serving the Amateur Rocketry Community
Encouraging Amateur Rocketry to Educate the Public
The FAR site provides an excellent place to camp. This site is cleared of brush and is relatively flat, which allows you to pitch tents and have campfires. The site also has potable water for dishwashing. Since the site is located in a valley shielded by two mountains blocking nearby city lights, the night is unusually clear with little light polution promoting stargazing.
FAR Camping Rules
Drive slowly on the dirt portion of the East-end of Munsey Rd. to prevent dust.
Park and camp on the East side of the viewing bunkers and North of the cargo containers.
Bring camping gear and clothing appropriate for the weather.
Bring plenty of drinking water.
It is advisable to not sleep directly on the ground. Sleep in a tent or on a cot. (There are snakes, spiders, rats, and scorpions about.)
Control wrappers, bags, and paper so they don't fly away.
Pick up trash and take it home with you.
Do not leave any camping equipment behind (damaged or otherwise).
Do not dump food, food wrappers, or peelings on the ground.
No large camp fires.
Bring your own wood for a camp fire.
Do not burn any wood found on the site unless it is marked as fire wood.
No burning of trash, plastic or glass bottles, or cans in camp fires or trash barrels.
Lights out and no noise after 11:00pm. (There may be other people there.)
No motorcycles, fireworks, guns, or explosives.
If you bring a dog, pick up their poop.